Middle chapters have the unfortunate distinction of being little more than complication. They don’t set things up, they don’t resolve much of anything. At best, they give a sense of the scope of the total journey to the endgame. Enjoyment of middle chapters is often dependent on how the complicating factors add up in the end, and whether or not the writers leave the audience eager to see the resolution.
The review for Fringe 3.21: “The Last Sam Weiss” has been added to the archive.