Wow, Anna Torv is Rupert Murdoch's niece.
Wow, Anna Torv is Rupert Murdoch's niece.
Tell me the truth guys, is Fringe the only sci-fi being made in the US these days?
The only one worth watching that I'm aware of.
There's also Warehouse 13 but it's lite-scifi.
Immensely disappointing that there's such a lack of scifi these days.
I thought warehouse 13 was made in canada so was Eureka?
If scifi picks up blood and chrome it might be made in the US.
Well, whatever, I'm just going by what's actually aired here on cable.
About the end of the lastest season of Warehouse 13 the new guy's death was pretty intense, not even doctor who has shown something that brutal.
I would say Warehouse 13 has an old adventure show mentality that adults and teens grew up on, which they've threw in a twist here and there to break the idea that everyone is safe to keep people interested.
I like Wharehouse 13, but lately, it's just been seeming more and more like eureka. I cannot fucking stand eureka.
I've now seen every episode to date - can't wait for it to return. What does everyone think of the progression of the show as a whole? Like what is everyone's favourite series and do you think it has had a peak/dip in quality? My brother thinks the show went bad after Series 2 when the alternate universe became quite plot centric. Personally I think the second half of Series 1 and Series 2 as a whole were the best of Fringe while Series 3 was still incredible and 4 has been very good. What's everyone else's view?
Season 3 was the best season, easily.
With the second half of Season 2 coming in close.
Also, the show is finally back again tonight.
Looking forward to new episodes - and no more breaks either. Really hope the show gets renewed for the fifth season. They said if it does get cancelled they will finish the story in the form of a comic book - but that doesn't appeal to me at all.
Well, that answers that then.
Peter's been in his universe all along, it just bugged out because the Observers attempted to erase him and failed.
Corny case of the week but the arc aspect was enjoyable,.
Then how do parrallel worlds come to be?
So if he's home already , what was up with the whole "cannot fall in love with the wrong person" arc?
No, he never left the universe or timeline at all.
When the Observers tried erasing him, they failed and caused the universe itself to glitch out.
Peter needs to submit a bug report.
I like how the observer was in an underground pokeball the entire time
also the ending made me d'awww
Did anybody notice how that's David Bowie's real name
As I said, the Observers broke the universe by attempting to erase Peter from existence and failing.
I need to catch up on Fringe, I watched all of season one and Most of season 2.
OH MY GOD A MONSTER EPISODE YES
I think my girlfriend is interested in watching Fringe.
After she finishes Breaking Bad, she said she'll probably try and watch this.
Will she like it?
She's kind of into mind twisting theories, and able to train our brains to use more than 10%, and shit like that.
The theories are not really mind twisting (this is my opinion, others may find that they are), but I think she will like this if she is into the whole humans bending nature to their will and stuff.
It's 2am so excuse me if the sentence doesn't make sense, I think it does.
I didn't explain that quite right but that's basically what Fringe is in a nutshell.
That was a god damned cool ep.
But, what the hell are they doing introducing a new arc when they have the threat of cancellation looming over them?
I hope they know what they're doing.
lol, I was curious was the final episode while the wiki page was loading, "lol is it called endgame" guess what, the season finale is called endgame. Probably won't finish everything, but I think well get some good stuff.
In the end scene with all the cages - it was cool to see some of the creatures from previous seasons. Notably the large worm from Snakehead and the hybrid from Unleashed. Cool episode, really hope the show doesn't get cancelled - it's really back in it's prime.
What a shame, we barely get any action from the the Otherside and when we finally do, they kill someone off.
That was a great episode.
Pity about alt-Lincoln though. I always really liked his character
Poor AltLincoln... Seriously Lincolns get no love in the Fringe series...