Like the ghost of John Scott, today’s rewatch sees us revisit episode 5 of season 1, “Power Hungry”. The plan? To fill our wool socks with as many new perspectives as we can muster, while sowing up the remaining mysteries.
We are renaming this episode “Electric Standalone”. Will we ever stop vandalizing episode titles?
That FOX Thursday duo known as Fringe and Bones are on their way back into our hearts. It wont be long now, just you wait and see. We’ll soon have Olivia and Peter swapping hair dye products and Brennan and Booth doing their..investigative stuff.
Want proof? Hit the jump for the new promo. (no new clips, but ample amounts of Olivia and Peter along with that Bones pair).
There are three things I want to see from the Astrids this season:
1. More sparkly eyes. *sparkle sparkle sparkle*
2. More Outer Lab Activity.
3. Evidence of improved Walter-sitting skills. (GPS the man if you have to, Farnsworth!).
To be honest, our junior agent has come a long way since the days when she was the woman with the name everyone but Walter could remember.
Now, with the the season 2 finale giving us that fleeting, but sparkling, glimpse into the world of alternate Astrid, Jasika Nicole could find herself busy this season.
Will Astrid sparkle or shine? Head past the jump for some insights. Spoiler Alert.
As the curtain slowly winds down on another Comic-Con voyage for the Battleship Fringe, the light at the end of the Lowatus grows a little bit brighter. And you know what they say about the light.
Now, whether Fringe conquered Comic-Con this year seems to be up for some debate (something I may or may not talk about at a later date) – but what the convention does represent is another stepping stone towards the third season.
Speaking of steps, TV Guide have put together 8 Steps to Navigating the Fringe Alternate Universe. Or, in other words: spoilers gleaned from Comic-Con.
Welcome to the fourth stop on our journey back through the chronicles of Fringe. We arrive at “The Arrival” to gather new perspectives and make fresh connections.
Grab a rootbeer float. A straw. And prepare to suck whatever juice remains from an episode we have re-titled: “It Has Arrived”.
Admit it. You kinda dig red-headed Altlivia with her mean walk and hair full of red. And those zeppelins are kinda cool too. Not to mention those rapid healing drugs which could make crossing over worth the risk.
Yes. We all get a case of the ‘Flirty Eyes’ from time to time. Just when we’re ready to settle down with the blue universe, along comes sexy red with her world full of possibilities. It’s natural to be intrigued, right?
Entertainment Weekly‘s Michael Ausiello sat down with Anna Torv, John Noble and Joshua Jackson to talk about Fringe‘s ambitious plans for season 3, the pace of the Olivia and Peter romance and the complicated father-son relationship.
What is clear from Ausiello’s interview with the Fringe Three is that they are extremely passionate about their work on the show. They care about the characters, their motivations, backstories and forwardstories (yes, I made that up). What is particularly heartening is that they are aiming high – mediocrity is not an option.
Mild spoilers follow the jump.
Looking for updates from the Fringe Comic-Con Panel? We have your back. In both universes.
Mild spoilers may follow.
The third episode in our impossible rewatch sees us revisit The Ghost Network in search of new perspectives, clues and connections.
Though we remain conscious of the fact that we are a long way from our ultimate destination, we are confident that our minds will pick up the hidden frequencies, leaving no coffee bean unturned in our bid to see the show like water passing through time.
Gather your Jedi sticks, your eyes and your minds, as we head back to the chapter we are renaming “The Unsocial Network” – because Ziegler and his chums were a clandestine lot.
Olivia Dunham is so badass they had to create another universe just to accommodate her badassery. Some say it’s the years of FBI training. Others point to Cortexiphan. I say - maybe she’s born with it!
In Friday’s Women Who Kick-Ass Panel hosted by Entertainment Weekly, Anna Torv, along with other ladies with a penchant for playing butt-kicking characters – Elizabeth Mitchell (LOST, V), Jena Malone (Sucker Punch), Ellen Wong (Scott Pilgrim) and Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Scott Pilgrim) – took part in an hour long discussion about the new generation of female action heroes.
Head past the jump for coverage from the panel – but before we go any further, I feel the need to break it to you gently: Anna Torv didn’t wear that ‘kick-ass’ Dunhamnator cape we were hoping for.