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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Mon Jan 19, 2009 1:06 pm

I can't wait for this show to return!
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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Tue Jan 20, 2009 8:15 pm

IT WAS SO GOOD TONIGHT!!!

(those slugs were sure creepy affraid )

Walter is totally adorable!! Peter is scorching hawt and I loved how Olivia KICKED ASS tonight!! You go girl!!

I am dying to know what Mitchell meant at the end aren't you??!!

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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Tue Jan 20, 2009 11:31 pm

OMG! Those slugs were disgusting............ affraid

What a great show! Peter is scorching hawt!!! Yay, go Olivia!!

What was Mitchell talking about, and IF they were trying to save her, why did he order his wife to kill her? And, WHAT did they inject into her spine and she drank a glass of water..............

Can this show get any more creepier fantastic??
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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Wed Jan 21, 2009 5:31 am

That is the first thing that went through my mind too! Why tell his wife to kill Olivia if he was trying to save her :scratch: Unless he thought killing her was going to be better for her than what "the others" had planned shrugging

I still have a feeling the season ending of this show is going to be KILLER and we are going to go crazy waiting for it to return in the fall!

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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Thu Jan 22, 2009 3:39 pm

Those slugs gave me the creeps BIG TIME. I keep thinking that is what a cold looks like. EEEEEKKKKKK!!! I just don't get what Mitchell said at the end. You may be right FC , what they have planned for her may be worse. I wonder if her sister is involved with the pattern. The thought crossed my mind.
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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Thu Jan 22, 2009 4:02 pm

I think the sister is going to be involved with something that is for sure - or why else bring her into the plot.

There are rumors going around on other boards that Olivia is going to turn out to be the daughter of Walter and Nina Shocked I hope that one does not turn out to be true because that would ruin my fantasy of Peter and Olivia having a hot scene together! Razz

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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Thu Jan 22, 2009 4:51 pm

That slug thing, for me was so CREEPY! Ugh, I hate slugs and to think it was suppose to be what cold germs look like only bigger.............shivers.

I was thinking maybe Olivia's niece......wasn't the guy that is checking on their dept. a molester or something? Geez, I have to pay attention more.....

Fringe will also take another 3 weeks off in, (it's either) Feb. or March because of the Idol schedule.
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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Fri Jan 23, 2009 6:09 am

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WHAT??? Curse them.

Olivia ? Nina'a daughter? Wow that would be interesting.
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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Fri Jan 23, 2009 6:28 am

Yes, it would be interesting - but I do not want Peter and Olivia to be siblings. That would ruin the sexual tension between them that I so enjoy.

Good grief I cannot believe there is going to be another Fringe Drought coming up!! It just came back after forever!!! Evil or Very Mad

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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Wed Jan 28, 2009 9:40 am

Okay, so I'm thinking yes, Olivia's sister will be involved with something, and that will be Peter. Olivia noticed their looks last night. Damn he was cute, standing at Olivia's door.. I love you

When Walter shoved the cotton swab up the guys nose, I just cringed............they do something like that on every show!
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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Wed Jan 28, 2009 9:50 am

Oh yes! I saw that chemistry! I hope Olivia gets good and jealous! 👽 <- green with envy!

I KNOW! So icky the swab up the nose and the pix with the melted brains looked like the victims barfed. YUCK! But I soooo love this show!

JJ - is ALWAYS cute! And Sexy!!

By the way, there are sites like ONTD where they keep saying people cannot stand the actress who plays Olivia and that she cannot act. I have come to really enjoy the actress and now find her very appealing. I still don't know her name though Razz THAT can't be good Embarassed

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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Wed Jan 28, 2009 10:41 am

I like Anna Torv (Olivia) I think she is good and pretty.

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Okay, so I'm thinking yes, Olivia's sister will be involved with something, and that will be Peter. Olivia noticed their looks last night. Damn he was cute, standing at Olivia's door.. I love you
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GRRRR!!! I am suspicious of that sister until she proves me otherwise. Who in the heck is that girl .I've seem her somewhere.
Where is Nina? I want her back on. I thought it was a prettu good story not as good as some of the others. Enough to make me wary of pop ups .
Listen I just love Peter and Walter and their dynamic. Both actors are terrific.
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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Wed Jan 28, 2009 12:19 pm

I'm suspicious of her sister too, and I don't want her to have any kind of 'fling' with Peter! I loved it when Walter shoved that swab in the guys nose and Peter cringed the same as I did!!
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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Mon Feb 02, 2009 4:38 pm

OK, gossip sites are reporting that Anna Torv married Mark Valley over the holidays!

So awesome if true!!

Stay tuned!

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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Tue Feb 03, 2009 8:22 pm

It was soooo good tonight!!

It was really something to see that last scene with John, the ring and I love yous knowing now that they are married for real!

I think the chemistry with Anna and JJ is getting really good!

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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Tue Feb 03, 2009 11:23 pm

It was a great show. Such a touching last scene. JJ is so damn HOT! Olivia looks absolutely stunning in black!
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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Wed Feb 04, 2009 5:45 am

God I agree about Olivia. I see sites where people say she is not attractive and I couldn't disagree more! She is really naturally stunning! She seems to wear so little make-up for someone on TV. Also her voice and the way she carries herself is classy and interesting. I really like her a lot.

JJ has always been so damn HOT! Twisted Evil

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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Sat Feb 07, 2009 5:02 pm

Ellen Gray: 'Fringe' benefits: Chemistry between characters surprises Joshua Jackson




By Ellen Gray
Philadelphia Daily News

Daily News TV CriticFRINGE. 9 tonight, Channel 29.
LOS ANGELES - For some fans, sci-fi's always been as much about the relationships as about the little green men and displaced polar bears.
"The X-Files' " Mulder and Scully. "Lost's" Kate and Jack. (And, OK, Kate and Sawyer.) "Battlestar Galactica's" Adama and Roslin.
They're all couples who kept fans coming back even when the truth that was out there seemed really out there.
In Fox's "Fringe," their names are Bishop and Bishop.
More than a bromance, the burgeoning connection between mad scientist Walter Bishop (John Noble) and his estranged son Peter (Joshua Jackson) has been one of the happier surprises of the season, providing an emotional touchstone for a show whose heroine, FBI agent Olivia Dunham (Anna Torv), has taken viewers time to warm up to.
No one's more surprised than Jackson, the former "Dawson's Creek" co-star who's seen his wisecracking "Fringe" character establish an odd-couple relationship with Noble's daffy Walter, an expert in "fringe science" who's been sprung by the feds after 17 years in a mental hospital.
"I never thought that the father-son dynamic would be as rich as it's been so far in the show, to be perfectly honest," Jackson said last month during a Fox party at a Hollywood Boulevard nightclub.
"I was skeptical of it, because I thought, 'That could really get into melodrama, go over the top,' but John Noble's fantastic . . . he's just great. I mean, he takes what could be a very crazy, over-the-top [situation] and always finds some human center to it," Jackson said.
"He's heartbreaking. I can't give the guy enough credit."
Noble's also fun to work with, said the actor who's frequently cast as his straight man.
"You know, my job should not be that hard," Jackson said. "It's not suffering, and I like as much as possible to enjoy myself while I'm at work. And he's the same guy. So we get to work and we have, you know, this fun stuff to do, and then we just play with it."
The chemistry that results is from "two actors really enjoying each other. But also we have this really rich but bizarre material to work with."
"Play" means different things at different times.
"We don't mess around with the words too much, though sometimes we do. And, you know, we have the leeway sometimes more, sometimes less. And it is television, so it's running pretty quick," he said.
"We just talk about a dynamic and it'll be like, 'OK, how about this? How about in this one, you're horny, thinking about your high school girlfriend and you kept me up all night moaning her name, and I'm cranky and sleepy because I didn't get any sleep, and you're asking me for chocolate cake and I want to kill you?' And, action. I mean, it's quick," Jackson said.
"You do some [things that are] outlandish, that don't make any sense and then you find you sort of find your way back into things you can put on television."
Now that he's seen it work, Jackson figures "there's a lot of material there to keep on mining."
"The relationship with your parents never gets to a fixed place. You go to work, you sort of work your way in, you figure out everybody in your office. You sort of know your place with all of this. It's never like that with your parents. It's always shifting, it's always growing. There's a lot of water under the bridge for these two guys," he said.
"At the core of it all is a very simple emotional story going on. Peter is an abandoned child who has a chance all these years later to build some sort of relationship with his father. If you took away all the science fiction, that's a workable story in and of itself."
From his work on "Alias" to "Lost," "Fringe" creator J.J. Abrams said he's "always been obsessed with sort of the father-son dynamic, or parent-child," so the relationship between the two Bishops "was always a primary one."
These days, though his own "Fringe" issue seems to be with helping viewers to connect with Torv and her character, Olivia.
"In a weird way, [Olivia] is just now finding her . . . connection to this world. Not just what her job is," but her emotional connection, "and why this world of fringe science is intrinsically connected to who she is," Abrams said in a separate interview at the Fox party.
At the beginning of the show, "I think Anna and Olivia were a little adrift," said the producer.
He started to understand the character, he said, "when I started to think of her as Clint Eastwood . . . [a] relentless woman of few words, but driven."
"She's pretty great at being closeted and dark," but in recent episodes, which have shown her with her sister and her sister's child, Olivia's had "moments of levity," he said.
Still, "she's a very different kind of person to write for than Jennifer Garner ['Alias'], Evangeline Lilly ['Lost'], Keri Russell ['Felicity']. It's been interesting."
"Fringe" itself has some differences.
Though Abrams is quick to point out that "Lost" as we know it is largely the work of his co-creator, Damon Lindelof, and Lindelof's fellow executive producer, Carlton Cuse, the "Mission: Impossible III" director is still associated with its complexity in the public mind, along with the famously complicated "Alias" and the more grounded but perhaps no less tangled "Felicity."
Fox clearly has little interest in wandering too far into "Lost" territory. It appears to be stressing self-contained stories as much as mythology in both "Fringe" and the Joss Whedon sci-fi entry "Dollhouse," which premieres Feb. 13, even as it's set them apart by using them to test "Remote Free TV," an experiment in which six of the usual 16 minutes per hour of national advertising are eliminated.
(A report last month at MediaPost.com suggests it's working for "Fringe," whose DVR viewers are said to be fast-forwarding through a lower percentage of the show's commercials.)
And as the 13th episode of "Fringe" airs tonight, Abrams is starting to figure out just what kind of show he's making.
"I can tell you now what an episode of 'Fringe' isn't. Where as before, I was like, 'Well, that could be a show, I don't know, let's try it,' " he said.
So what isn't a "Fringe" episode?
"It's not one that is so mythology-based that you've got to go, 'I don't understand' . . . Nor is it one that is solely interpersonal."
Instead, he said, it's one that takes some aspect of a character's personal story and sees "how that connects to the weirdness of the week." *




phillycom:http://www.philly.com/philly/entertainment/38846757.html
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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Sat Feb 07, 2009 5:04 pm

Kinda interesting article. Sounds like JJ is not quite as crazy about Anna as he is some of his other leading ladies. A lot of the fans can't stand her. I like her though.

That porcupine man last week was kinda silly. But I loved all the John Scott action.
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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Sat Feb 07, 2009 5:43 pm

Thanks for that! Love JJ!

I've grown to like Anna and Olivia a lot more than I did at first.

JJ had amazing chemistry with Katie Holmes on Dawson's Creek.

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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Tue Feb 10, 2009 8:48 pm

APRIL????? Are you freaking kidding me????????????????? affraid

I guess it is for a lot of two hour AI shows shrugging

It was really good tonight as always. I am dying to know what the truth is about Olivia!

Why does that one big shot with the bureau really seem to have it in for Olivia?

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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Wed Feb 11, 2009 12:03 am

Yes, I knew we wouldn't be seeing it for a while because of the Idol schedule. They just keep bringing these little 'teasers' into the show...........like what's with the head lady's hand? Now, Walter and the tie in with that transcript, because it was his typewriter that was used. Olivia has been tampered with, but to what extent? Good show, and nothing too gross! Walter and that cow are hilarious!
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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Wed Feb 11, 2009 4:58 am

Yes - a ton of teasers and WEEKS to wait and see what is going to happen!! No

The hand bit was perplexing for sure.

Everything about Walter is a hoot!

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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Wed Feb 11, 2009 12:30 pm

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Fox casts 'Human Target,' 'Ab Fab' pilots


Mark Valley, Kathryn Hahn join projects



By Nellie Andreeva

Feb 11, 2009, 12:00 AM ET


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Mark Valley has been tapped as the lead in Fox's drama pilot "Human Target" for director Simon West, while Kathryn Hahn has been tapped to star in Fox's comedy pilot "Absolutely Fabulous."

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PostSubject: Re: Fringe (not the kind on Clay's ottoman!)   Wed Feb 11, 2009 1:00 pm

Guess he is gone from Fringe - at least for awhile anyway.

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