the Fringe thread
I figured Fringe is justified in having its own topic because:
1.) I wouldn't have tried the show out, without recommendations from other members of this community. It's not that I need such recommendations to try anything out at all, but that this show was very much off my radar. Hopefully this topic's existence will call a lot more attention to the show.
2.) The show has a very involved plot, which the existing fans can discuss without spoiling the show for those who haven't seen it yet. It's very similar to the primary justification of having a Lost thread.
3.) The third season of Fringe, is so far one of the best seasons we've seen of any show, ever. (am I right?)
4.) Dr. Walter Bishop is arguably the best character of any current television show, and by extension that makes John Noble a substantial candidate for best actor in one category or another. It's a great injustice that he hasn't at least been nominated for his performance in Fringe.
On with the reactions and the theories!
Agree with pretty much everything you said. The show seems to get better as it goes on, and I don't think there has been a single weak episode in Season 3, something I can say about very, very few seasons of any show. I don't even mind the love aspects which seem to be hit and miss with fans. I think the relationship is handled maturely and, despite being a major plot point, it doesn't dominate or smother the show. Plus my heart aches for Olivia (dramatic or what), Anna Torv has done a wonderful job... both times.
Can't make a post about Fringe without mentioning Walter Bishop. I've just got an erection.
So how about that latest episode?
Peter Bishop and Agent Broyles on LSD were more hilarious than Walter usually is!
This episode also had more twists than any other. I still don't know what to make of the ending, though. But at least the break is over, and we're back to getting new episodes weekly now.
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