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Posts tagged FRINGE

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clonesbians:

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Filed under FRINGE Orphan Black I wish I could totally stumble across these actors in Toronto and just say What's Up? But wow meta!

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What on earth are ‘Amber Gypsies’?

Walter Bishop. And this basically sums up my reaction to Fringe Season 5.

"Transilience Thought Unifier Model-11." Fringe the Complete Fifth and Final Season. Writ. J. H. Wyman. Dir. Jeannot Szwarc & Miguel Sapochnik. Perf. John Noble. Warner Brothers, 2012, Blu Ray.

Filed under Quote Fringe FringeFox Walter Bishop John Noble Seriously though... season 5 started off with such promise and was kinda a let down But it seemed like an uphill battle for this little show And really Fringe on the worst day is still better than a lot of shows on their best!

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There are several sad truths about the Maslany snub in play here. Voters aren’t paying attention to BBC America’s Sci-Fi Saturday. They just aren’t. These are not the kind of folks who go to Comic-Con. Orphan Black’s ratings are teeny-tiny (550,000 viewers on average watch it live), and sci-fi in general has a hard time breaking through (just ask those Fringe fanatics), and then only for those massive hits like Lost, Heroes (in its first season, anyway), and The X-Files.

Denise Martin on Tatania Maslany’s Emmy snub, but really pointing out that it is the genre that is being thought of as less than.

"Emmys 2014: Sorry, Kids, Tatiana Maslany Never Had a Chance." Vulture. Web. July 12, 2014.

(Source: vulture.com)

Filed under Quote Tatania Maslany Orphan Black FRINGE FringeFox THANK YOU for not forgetting us FRINGE Folk who stuck by our show The show that was once billed as 'the best show no one is watching' I forget where I read that but I know I did I feel vindicated Well not really After years of Anna Torv and John Noble being snubbed I lost faith in these awards as a measure of acting achievement They are popularity contests based on accessibility and popularity And supposedly Science Fiction (that isn't mainstream) isn't accessible BLAH People just don't know what they are missing I urge you all to WATCH FRINGE!

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henriettasbishops:

fringe is such an odd show but not like because of the sci-fi-y aspects

but because there are scenes and arcs with a main character losing their child and grieving their child

but at the same there’s an episode that’s literally called lsd and everyone is high except for spock, who died and is inhabiting the body of his best friend’s son’s girlfriend

what are you fringe

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Filed under FRINGE Because it made me laugh Everyone should be watching this show!!!!!

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drunkcerseilannister:

I understand that you think I acted too emotionally. Putting aside the fact that men always say that about women they work with, I’ll get straight to the point: I am emotional. I do bring it into my work. It’s what motivates me. It’s what helps me get into the headspace of our victims, see what they’ve seen, even if I don’t want to, even if it horrifies me. And I think it makes me a better agent.

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Filed under FRINGE I am sorry to all of those who follow me and enjoy the fact I don't reblog too much that often but I just could not resist this quote This is one fact that is not discussed enough in this show and in our society But the fact remains the main character of this series...the hero is a woman and the fact she says this means the world to me Women who are successful do not have to become less of a woman to do so And judging them negativly because of that needs to chage our persepective and the way we measure success needs to change FRINGE has ruined Television for me

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stoneharts:

Forgive me, Dr. Bishop. I like to think I have an open mind…but I have a hard time accepting that that man is hearing other people’s thoughts.

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Filed under FRINGE Walter Bishop Olivia Dunham It is really interesting to compare the Walter at the beginning of the series versus the end How in his 'crazy' state he values knowledge and science above human life Is this how he is able to cope with the choices he made in the past? Is this the more Walternate side of himself? Though the series does he truly learn what family and love is? Or has he devolved into this scientist guidse to deal with the decisions he has made in the past?