excerpt:"The sound of a car accident ushers us into the season premiere of Fringe. Yes, there is more than one of everything, and that now applies to Fringe seasons as well. Some dude with blood on his face comes to in the driver's seat of his car, the source of his injury apparently the spiderwebbed windshield in front of him. He staggers out of his car and off down the Manhattan street. The other vehicle in the collision looks suspiciously like the FBI-issue SUV driven by one Olivia Dunham who, you may remember, narrowly missed a fender-bender in last year's season finale. Or did she? Yeah, she did. Only I think most of us have an idea of what might be going on here.
Bloody Face makes his way through the throng of people on the street, checking out doors along the street until he finds what he's looking for, which appears to be a door that isn't chained shut. He finds one, an apartment, and runs his thumbs down the buzzers for all the units, and his scattershot technique yields an open security door almost instantly. Nice work, Mabel in 3F: you just let a jewel thief in the building!