Today we have a handful of Fringe Links for you, including Anna Torv‘s appearance on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno last night, as well an interview with Joshua Jackson on Altlivia, and a course on how to train your kids to be like Walter Bishop. Scary, but educational.
Head past the jump for that, and more.
Anna Torv on Jay Leno – 11/15/10
The Fringe talk kicks in around the 5:09 mark.
Update: Looks like NBC has asked Youtube to block the video. Depending on your location, you can try watching the interview here, although their video player can be a bit of a nightmare for some.
Also, here’s a Dayton News interview with Anna Torv and Joshua Jackson.
No embed, I’m afraid, but here’s the direct link to the video. Thanks to Aimee for sending this through.
Update: Here’s the embedded video for those of you having trouble with the link:
Fox has some additional photos from episode 3.06 – “6955kHz” here, including an interesting Walternate photo that might be kinda spoilery for some, but it should be OK as it’s an unused scene from an aired episode. Still, I didn’t want to send you down a rabbit hole without fair warning. Thanks to Margo for the heads-up.
Elsewhere, in an interview with IGN, Joshua Jackson speculates on what it might be like for Peter when he finds out that Altlivia is not who he thought she was. Tears and tantrums? Erm, not quite:
“I think it would be a very strange thing for Peter [..] She’s been undercover. She’s a double agent. But at the same time, if we did it right, it would feel like there was something real there.”
Ha! A love built on lies. It can surely work (don’t call me Shirley!).You can read the entire article here.
Finally, do you want your kids to grow up to be just like Walter Bishop? Do you have massive hopes for their dynamic futures? If so (or even if you don’t), you might want to check out these ‘Science of Fringe’ lesson plans – a joint venture by Fox and the nonprofit Science Olympiad group to develop lesson plans for schools based on Dr. Bishop’s brand of ‘fact-based’ science. Thanks again to Margo for the tip. [via: TV Guide]