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Glathannus 2011.03.08 10:34 PM

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.

Alright.
On with the reactions and the theories!

Inaudible-Whisper 2011.03.09 11:49 AM

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.

Glathannus 2011.04.17 09:51 PM

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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