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Re: Fringe

Post  jero on 2009-09-18, 17:48

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cheers Fringe was great! cheers Looks like an interesting season coming up!
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Post  Berry on 2009-09-18, 19:09

I agree. This is as close to a "must see" as I have at the moment.


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Re: Fringe

Post  LarryP on 2009-09-19, 09:14

Loved the episode! [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

Alice has a problem with this show because of its emphasis on the bizarre. I also like the interplay of a new Junior Agent Amy Jessup (Meghan Markle) being brought on board!

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Re: Fringe

Post  Banjo on 2009-09-19, 19:46

Yes, she's pretty high on the list of contemporary TV actresses. Not quite as high as Summer Glau who has changed Dollhouse from I'll really try to watch every week, to slack-jawed fanboy chained to the TV. [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

Incidently, judging by previews of upcoming Fringes, Leonard Nimoy will be back...

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Re: Fringe

Post  jero on 2009-10-05, 11:24

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Wondering when Olivia will recover her memories? They'll probably stretch it out. Sad
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Re: Fringe

Post  Momo on 2009-10-05, 19:27

I'm liking the new season so far. The "super hearing" thing is kind of interesting. I'm wondering if they will use this as a link of being caught between two realities/worlds, a kind of overlapping between the two.

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Re: Fringe

Post  Berry on 2010-01-14, 21:19

Interesting episode...townfull of mutant people who appear normal and, of course, Walter had a hand in it somewhere. The boy who plays the young Shawn Spencer on Psych was in this.

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Re: Fringe

Post  Berry on 2010-01-29, 03:04

Another really fascinating episode tonight. The writers on this show really rock. This one had a poisonous gas that targetted only certain traits in people. All the brown eyed people or all the short people...the world was in quite some danger until Walter settled things in his own inimitable way. clap

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Re: Fringe

Post  Banjo on 2010-01-29, 14:59

I must admit I fell asleep before Walter 'settled things'. Not because the ep was boring (although I admit that the alternate universe ones are the best) but because I had eaten something shortly before and also had two cats on my lap which raises body temperature to soporific levels.

When was the last time I got to use "soporific" ?.....er, never....? [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

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Re: Fringe

Post  Penny on 2010-01-29, 15:22

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Re: Fringe

Post  Liz47 on 2010-02-05, 01:44

Huh... I'd never heard of the word "soporific" before just now. [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.] So much for 6 years of college. [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

I am trying (unsuccessfully) to bring back "indubitably".

Anyway... why was I here again?
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Re: Fringe

Post  Berry on 2010-02-05, 02:05

Tonight was the finale of Fringe until April. It was some good episode. Two worlds that can't exist in the same place and time...something has to give. Olivia and Peter started to get a little closer but the ending does not bode well . I am really going to miss this show. It's not a soporific, indubitably. :D

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Post  Banjo on 2010-02-05, 09:42

Last night was the best of the season. The alternate world eps are always the best. But now we have to wait until April ?! [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

It was interesting to see the "mini-reunion" of the cast from The Wire which ran for 5 seasons on HBO. Of course Lance Reddick (Agent Broyles) has been there since day one, he played a Baltimore PD lieutenant on all 5 seasons. Then last night Jim True-Frost showed up, he was the "scrambled guy" whose two worlds got combined. He played a police patrolman on The Wire until he got fired (can't remember the reason) then became a school teacher in the 'hood, trying to keep students off drugs.

But there was one anomaly; first they tell us that "mass" must be swapped between the two worlds. When one building or matter goes 'over' a corresponding mass must come over here which is why all those people got mixed together in the first instance. But then at the end the whole building vanishes to the alternate world, leaving an empty hole but nothing came over from the other world to replace the 'mass'. Why not ?

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Re: Fringe

Post  Berry on 2010-02-05, 10:33

Because that "mass" was what was sent to replace the building that came over and caused the problems with doubleman on the girder in the first place. Apparently the transfer isn't instantaneous. It just happens within a couple of days framework (that bit seems lame) . But , oh ho ho, what does the "secret" mean for Peter and Olivia??!! faint

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Post  Liz47 on 2010-02-05, 12:00

Seriously, would you want to look at man who's always glimmering? That would get annoying. That's been one of my biggest questions since they showed us Peter's gravesite awhile back! Now we'll get to see how he brought other Peter over from the other side. Sad that Peter's parents on the other side had their Peter disappear though! [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.] I wonder if he was one of the six things Walter told Olivia was from the other side...

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Post  Banjo on 2010-03-28, 09:27

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Re: Fringe

Post  Berry on 2010-04-02, 01:53

Really good episode. Took a bit of getting used to seeing "Young Walter" "Old Walter" back and forth....but I found the boy to be very touching. 8)

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Post  Banjo on 2010-04-02, 18:53

That was another good one ! So both the "doorway" device and the viewing screen have been destroyed but why doesn't Walter make new ones?

Looks like they will be veering off into other stories next week but as long as the alternate world plot line is around it will be interesting.

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Re: Fringe

Post  Berry on 2010-04-09, 05:27

This week's was gross. And the bad guy wasn't so bad after all...just tragic. But now it looks like someone is planning to have a little chat with Peter...about his general glowiness. this is not going to turn out well.

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Re: Fringe

Post  LarryP on 2010-04-09, 06:31

Yep! Dear old Dad (sort of) has decided to spill the beans. [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

Just think ... if Olivia & Peter ever decide to take their relationship to the "next level" she won't have to worry about him getting a "glow" on! [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.] She can then concentrate on her own fulfillment! [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
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Post  Banjo on 2010-04-21, 20:00

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Leonard Nimoy will continue to live long and prosper – just not in front
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Having wrapped filming of the final installment as perplexing physics
phenom William Bell on ‘Fringe,’ Nimoy has officially announced his
retirement from acting, telling the Sun “I’ve been doing this
professionally for 60 years. I love the idea of going out on a positive
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This announcement of course crushes the hopes of Trekkies everywhere
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at least through the next big screen ‘Trek’ sequel of 2012. Not to
mention, ‘Fringe’ fans are now left with the distinct impression that
our man Walter is the obvious victor in the Bell-Bishop smackdown we’ve
been waiting for so patiently. (Not that we had any doubts.)
As reported here at Fancast just a few months ago,
Nimoy had insisted that retirement was not on the agenda. Regarding
Spock Prime’s prospects of throwing out at least one more cinematic
Vulcan salute to appease the faithful, he said, “I don’t see at the
moment why they would need me in the next film, although if they called
me, I’d be happy to have a conversation about it.” And, regarding his
acting career in general, Nimoy added, “As long as there’s interesting
work to do, I’ll probably keep on doing it.”
The work of Nimoy’s most recent employer, J.J. Abrams (mastermind
behind both ‘Fringe’ and the ‘Trek’ reboot), can be called many things,
but “uninteresting” would hardly top that particular list. This sudden
curtain call seems to be more a matter of wanting to bow out gracefully,
according to the actor. “Countless times, I thought it was done,” he
told the Sun of his lengthy acting career, but “I want to get off the
stage.”
Now, go grab a hankie, and let’s attempt to soothe the sweet sorrow
of sayonara by basking in the golden glow of Nimoy nostalgia! Catch classic ‘Trek’ episodes, those current ‘Fringe’ cameos, and a few of Nimoy’s other roles,
like these episodes of ‘Twilight Zone’ and ‘Outer Limits,’ right here on Fancast.
So long, Spock.

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Re: Fringe

Post  Berry on 2010-04-21, 20:47

If countless times he thought it was done, and he's still open to the idea if something interesting came along, why is there a need for him to "announce" his retirement?

Guess it won't do his upcoming Con appearance any harm to have people rush out to get the "last chance" autograph. But this strikes me less as "graceful" and more as "calculating".

I'm probably just cynical because I've seen him be very ungracious to fans. I wouldn't waste a dime on him or Shatner either.

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Re: Fringe

Post  Berry on 2010-05-06, 23:29

Fringe is STILL one of the best shows on tv. Peter is off on his own journey these days and it was very intriguing. He lent his special skills to a serial killer investigation...and next week's looks like we'll get some answers.. clap

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Post  Banjo on 2010-05-07, 11:53

Last night was good but I'm still puzzled as to what last week's episode meant. [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.] The "fantasy" where an alternate scenario was played out.

The most interesting thing I got out of it was that Olivia's makeup and hair style was almost identical to when she played the actress Virginia Grey in The Pacific, when she was touring with John Basilone on the War Bonds tour.

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Re: Fringe

Post  Banjo on 2010-05-14, 16:55

Last night's episode was about the best yet but I'm a little miffed at the "way" they traveled to the other universe. It seemed to be by mystical mumbo-jumbo. Look....this is SF, you need machines to do that sort of thing... [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

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