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Posts tagged FRINGE

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Filed under Fringe FringeFox Olivia Dunham Reblogging for no other reason that I miss her brooding on my screen FRINGE has ruined television for me ALSO this was my favourite episode Pretty sure this is acutally when Nick Lane has invaded her dreams But still she is always brooding with the weight of the world on her shoulders Having to save the world and all! It is Friday and I am in a weird mood again today.... ALSO everyone should watch the first 3 seasons of FRINGE it is a requirement!

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Filed under Fringe FringeFox Olivia Dunham Altlivia Ok there is no other reason why I am posting this other than I am in a unique mood and this made me laugh AND also this was basically how the scene went... more or less... the characters just spoke a little more eloquently Also with it being Awards Season and all... it still saddens me the actors on this show were never given the recognition they deserve Just sayin'

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This is Fringe. And I miss it so much.

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Filed under Fringe FringeFox Olivia Dunham Peter Bishop Walter Bishop This is Fringe Olivia a little sad with the weight of the world on her shoulders She has the need to write all the wrongs of the world And then there is Peter and Walter who are good people and have a lightheartedness That Olivia doesn't really understand and annoyed with... or she acts like she is But gives in And you know what.... They become a family I miss Fringe This show ruined television for me

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5-20-10

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Filed under Fringe FringeFox Fringe on Fox Olivia Dunham Anna torv I actually cannot remember what episode this is from but you have to admit it is beautiful In general with great actors so much can be said in a look Nothing else And a whole story can be told from these two pictures But in the context of Fringe these two pictures sum up the character of Olivia Dunham Always worrying and carrying the weight of the world on her shoulders

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fringefashionobserver:

OBSERVED: Remember Fringe Friday Tweet Outs & how we’d stay up til the wee hours of the morning discussing theories?

Good times.

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Filed under Fringe FringeFox Fandom See the thing is In my opinion of course (this is my blog you see) is that when a show has moments of amazing you see its potential and then measure the rest of the show to those high standards But then as you think more and more about different aspects of the show it becomes personal The show takes on meaning that is specific to you This is amazing and that is what I LOVE about amazing TV shows But the problem then lies in that there are sometimes aspects of the show that do not live up to what you want it to become Because you have given it personal meaning. Something that means a lot to you but the writers have not been privy to And then to see the full picture of the show you then have to wait until the end To figure out the story the writers sought out to tell and then again find your personal meaning from that In the end I take from shows what I connect with So in the end I am not disappointed on the full journey.

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nobody’s going to save you. only you can save yourself.

Olivia Dunham is one of my favourite Super Heroes!

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Filed under Fringe FringeFox Olivia Dunham Anna Torv finding love Fringe Friday Olivia Dunham is seriously one of my favourite 'super heroes' And watching her character as strong as she is and in many circumstances save herself and yet have a happy ending ... it really was a joy to watch even through her tough times and heartbreaking times Anna Torv's performance of 'a woman' was AMAZING 'a woman' flawed aspiring to find peace

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We’re all mutants. What’s more remarkable is how many of us appear to be normal.

Walter Bishop

"Night of Desirable Objects." Fringe: The Complete Second Season. Writ. Jeff Pinkner & J. H. Wyman. Dir. Brad Anderson. Perf. John Noble. Warner Brothers, 2009. DVD.

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Filed under Quote Fringe FringeFox Walter Bishop John Noble Fringe on Fox I love how this show continues to make me think Think about the universe and our understanding of the universe and also reflect on our perception of reality and identity Just think about this quote and I mean really think about it... it should be blowing your mind What is 'normal'? Seriously!

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vulpesinc:

welcome to fringe

Remember when this was what we were worrying about week to week? All other shows just seem a little less urgent/dramatic than shape-sifting soldiers from another universe walking around stealing frozen heads.

vulpesinc:

welcome to fringe

Remember when this was what we were worrying about week to week? All other shows just seem a little less urgent/dramatic than shape-sifting soldiers from another universe walking around stealing frozen heads.

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Filed under Fringe FringeFox Fringe on Fox This show has ruined all other shows for me It sounds soooo absurd out of context but I swear this was the smartest and most thought provoking show I have ever watched I miss it so.