Nina Sharp has consistently been one of my favorite Fringe characters. She's smart, she's savvy, and her wardrobe always helps her live up to the Sharp name. Blair Brown almost always portrays the character perfectly and only John Noble can really match h more
In this increasingly sophisticated era of television viewership, it has become important for television to really be about something. No longer does it suffice to just truly entertain. To be considered in the upper echelon of te more
Walter and Olivia try to figure out what's going on with the Observer boy, Michael. Walter wants to pump him up with drugs of various types in order to find out what he knows. "Who is Donald? Where is he?" Walter is freaking out about finding Donald. The more
[This post contains spoilers for the FRINGE episode "Anomaly XB-6783746." Please don't read this until you've viewed the episode, or important aspects of the hour will be ruined for you.] FRINGE fans, I think we need to observe (ugh, no pun intended) a mo more
The world may not be coming to an end, but the final season of Fringe draws closer to its own dramatic conclusion.
" Anomaly XB-6783746 " was another chapter in the search for answers and hunt for clues, as Olivia, Peter, and Walter sought out Nina Sha more
Generally speaking, I don’t tend to assign a lot of larger meaning to the television shows I watch. I understand some shows have points they want to make about various societal interests, but I tend to assign more interest more
"Black Blotter" saw Walter drop acid again, but this time we went along for the ride in a bizarre trip to fairy land. http://www.tv.com/news/fringe-black-blotter-review-dont-try-this-at-home-kids-30282/