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Posted 04 May 2011 - 07:47 PM


...it stroke me...


Awwww yeahhhhh.



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Posted 07 May 2011 - 06:02 AM

Well that was a way to end the season. Great episode, it made up for all of the small blunders along this seasons' path. Had to laugh about how the time travel aspect was presented. I'm too used to Doctor Who's time fuckery to take it seriously anymore.

Really looking forward to seeing where they go with this!

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Posted 07 May 2011 - 06:01 PM

HUGE Fringe fan here!!! Last night's episode absolutely blew my mind.

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Posted 07 May 2011 - 07:58 PM

Agreed.

The season lost me a bit with the whole Peter/Olivia stuff, but the finale really made up for it. Presumably the group is separate now just like last season which is an interesting direction to take. Hopefully we get to learn more about the Observers next season as well as whoever was in the blimp in the animation episode.

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Posted 10 May 2011 - 06:27 PM

Oh yea, I almost forgot about the animation episode! It was like at the same time both a brilliant and stupid way to get around Nimoy being willing to provide his voice but not actually act in the show. Oh man, what a crazy episode.


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Posted 15 July 2011 - 02:10 PM

Check out this fan made map "The Multiverse Of Fringe"

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Posted 20 September 2011 - 02:57 AM

Season 4 preview!


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Posted 08 October 2011 - 06:51 PM

No one commenting on the new season? I was searching for the general TV Show thread discussion (I though there was one) and saw this thread.

So far I like it, but I'm hoping they don't drag out the missing Peter Bishop plot point out. I really hope if this show goes on for a couple more seasons that they pull away from the alternate universe mythology.

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Posted 08 October 2011 - 08:31 PM

I have only seen the first 2 episodes - haven't seen last night's yet - but I like the new season so far. I agree I hope they don't grab out this Peter-less world too long, and want them to get back to the main universe soon. But it's kind of a good way for new viewers to be introduced to everything, so that's cool. Glad they added Lincoln to the cast full time.

And I absolutely love the two different Olivias! The actress has perfectly nailed subtle ways to act for each so you always know which is which. I love any scenes where they are both together too.

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Posted 08 October 2011 - 10:29 PM

So far I like it, but I'm hoping they don't drag out the missing Peter Bishop plot point out. I really hope if this show goes on for a couple more seasons that they pull away from the alternate universe mythology.


How so? For the first half of the first season, I didn't find the show to be more than mildly entertaining. Until all the stuff kicked in that eventually led to the parallel universe reveal. Take that away and you rip out the core of the show.

I'd like to see Peter back, but as long as they can be constructive with his absence, I say go with it. Abrams shows have a tradition of completely changing direction once or twice per season anyway.

And I absolutely love the two different Olivias! The actress has perfectly nailed subtle ways to act for each so you always know which is which. I love any scenes where they are both together too.


Oh yes. With the "regular" Olivia being so... dry, I didn't realise what an excellent actress Torv is until suddenly Fauxlivia came in and her acting range suddenly exploded.

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Posted 08 October 2011 - 10:30 PM

Fauxlivia


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Posted 08 October 2011 - 10:47 PM

It's not an official term yet? I thought it was.

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Posted 08 October 2011 - 11:15 PM

Official or not, still made me laugh :)

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Posted 21 January 2012 - 12:48 AM

Who's excited for "Enemy of My Enemy" tonight? I loved last week's episode and I love the Jones character. Can't wait!

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Posted 02 March 2012 - 10:44 PM

FRINGE
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Original Television Soundtrack

Music Composed by
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Immersive. Compelling. Hypnotic. Brilliantly imaginative. Endlessly thrilling. Pick your term. The mystery of the universes deepens in the critically acclaimed 22-episode third season of FRINGE, television’s most exciting sci-fi. The Fringe team escapes from the parallel universe — except for Olivia, trapped in the other world and replaced in ours by her double, who turns Peter and Olivia’s tentative relationship into a love affair. Then Olivia returns, bonds of trust fray, ever more bizarre and terrifying phenomena occur and secrets that stretch back to 1985 threaten to destroy our universe. Or theirs.

“Fringe continues its hot streak known as Season 3. It’s been firing on all cylinders all season.” (Andrew Hanson, LATimes.com)

Chris Tilton is back with his most emotional and involved score yet.

FRINGE Season 3 is available now on Warner Home Video, while Season 4 is currently running on Fox.

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Release Date: 04/03/12

Track List:

1. The Escape From Liberty Island (2:17)
2. Slow Motion Sickness (1:46)
3. Newton’s Last Mission (1:50)
4. May The Best World Win (4:56)
5. Sneaking Sense Of Liberty (3:13)
6. Hot Brief Injection (1:22)
7. Capturing The Dunhams (3:39)
8. Take It To The Tank (2:08)
9. The Original Dunham (1:01)
10. I Thought She Was You (1:28)
11. My So-Called Strife (1:12)
12. Olivia (2:18)
13. The Firefly (1:44)
14. Best Chase Scenario (3:37)
15. The Observers (1:52)
16. Reciprocity (3:27)
17. The Persistence Of Walternate’s Vision (2:16)
18. Imagination Building (3:19)
19. The House Of Birth (4:45)
20. Oppenheimer Maneuvers (1:00)
21. WWPD (1:22)
22. Singe And Surge (1:53)
23. Peter (1:59)
24. Apocalypse In Judgement (:41)
25. As The Crowbar Flies (1:09)
26. Wake Up And Smell The Catastrophe (1:33)
27. The Way The World Crumbles (4:50)
28. Walter Skelter (:35)
29. A Universe For A Universe (2:24)
30. Funeral Pyre Straits (2:26)
31. The Mourning After (1:05)
32. We Are A Strange Loop (2:02)
33. The Vanishing Bishop (3:57)
34. Fringe Division (1:10)

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Posted 17 July 2012 - 08:52 PM

Fringe: Season 5 trailer shown at comic con



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Posted 18 July 2012 - 06:17 PM

No one else is excited for the final season? Looks like they've already got a bunch of it filmed based on that trailer.

I dislike that they introduced time travel into the show (why must every sci fi propery eventually do so?), but the present day storylines in season 4 were top notch. And I don't mind them being frozen and woken up in the future, i just wish the observers didn't use time travel to change the shape of the world

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Posted 18 July 2012 - 11:10 PM

Definitely excited. As expected, the "future timeline" episode of S4 seems to have been the setup for the final season.

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Posted 18 July 2012 - 11:14 PM

I'm surprised they didn't move that episode to the end and have it be the season finale instead of randomly showing it towards the end, with the episodes airing after it having nothing to do with it

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Posted 19 July 2012 - 02:49 AM

From what I understand, that episode was more or less their pitch to Fox to get the show picked up for the final 13 episodes, so they inserted it toward the end of season 4 to see how it did, and if there was any interest. So although it seemed random and out of place, it was necessary to their hopes of a 5th season. I guess it worked.

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Posted 19 July 2012 - 02:59 AM

Right, I'm not saying I'm surprised they made it, I'm saying I'm surprised they aired it randomly instead of as the season finale. Either way it would have had the same effect

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Posted 19 July 2012 - 03:01 AM

I totally watched the Finge Comic-Con panel on YouTube too. My nerdiness knows no bounds.

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Posted 19 July 2012 - 03:07 AM

Did you watch Alcatraz? It was pretty good too, with incredible scoring

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Posted 19 July 2012 - 07:42 PM

Agreed. It found too long to find its footing but could have been really interesting. Probably would have worked better on the BBC, where they could have set it up as being laid out over a few seasons.

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Posted 19 July 2012 - 10:37 PM

Right, I'm not saying I'm surprised they made it, I'm saying I'm surprised they aired it randomly instead of as the season finale. Either way it would have had the same effect


The final season got approved before the finale aired. So I guess they did it the right way.

Did you watch Alcatraz? It was pretty good too, with incredible scoring


Alcatraz had two major problems: A story that was really out there (as far as believability and clear reasoning go), and it had very flat characters due to that fact that each episode was focused on a new "plot character" and they never showed anything about the private lives of the few regulars. As a result, the plot problems only became more obvious. I like the potential of the premise, and most of the casting, but I'm not at all surprised they cancelled it.

Scoring was very good though. Better than Fringe.

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Posted 20 July 2012 - 02:42 AM

Yup! Amazing score, the best of the TV season. Its a shame Mr. Tilton forgot to submit himself for Emmy nomination!!

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Posted 20 July 2012 - 02:13 PM

I thought Alcatraz was Giacchino himself? But things are getting confusing there, he's still the composer getting main title credit in Fringe as well, after all...

With all the Twitter complaints about John Noble not being nominated for an Emmy, I have an even bigger acting award complaint: No nomination for Anna Torv!?

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Posted 20 July 2012 - 03:01 PM

Michael Giacchino scored the Alcatraz pilot; All other episodes were scored by Chris Tilton and Andrea Datzman.

I agree, Anna Torv's proved herself to be quite a talented actor as the show has gone on!

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Posted 21 July 2012 - 12:24 PM

Michael Giacchino scored the Alcatraz pilot; All other episodes were scored by Chris Tilton and Andrea Datzman.

I agree, Anna Torv's proved herself to be quite a talented actor as the show has gone on!


I used to think of her as a merely adequate actress, until
Spoiler
and I was suddenly seriously impressed with her range. Seth Gabel is excellent, too.

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Posted 22 July 2012 - 07:45 PM

I used to think of her as a merely adequate actress, until [spoler]Fauxlivia came along[/spoiler] and I was suddenly seriously impressed with her range.


Agreed!

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Posted 22 July 2012 - 07:59 PM

I seem to have mistyped a spoiler tag.

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Posted 27 August 2012 - 08:27 PM

yay!

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FRINGE
Season 4

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FRINGE — the supernatural sci-fi crime drama from J.J. Abrams — is back with a fourth spellbinding season. After sacrificing himself to save both worlds, Peter (Joshua Jackson) mysteriously returns to ours. But he has been forgotten — by Olivia (Anna Torv), by Walter (John Noble), by everyone. It’s as if he never existed. At the same time, shapeshifters controlled by an unknown master begin an onslaught of destruction, and now the two former enemy universes must cooperate to defy a common foe. FRINGE’s thrilling fourth season continues the inspired series’ synthesis of astounding phenomena, baffling secrets and dramatic, character-driven stories. And in this season, events may prove that the most powerful force in our universe — or theirs — is not a doomsday device, not a paranormal force, but human love.

Chris Tilton returns ramping up his music’s drama and action as the FRINGE saga races toward its final season, which will premiere this fall on Fox on September 28.

Warner Home Video will release Season 4 of FRINGE on September 4.

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Posted 28 September 2012 - 07:45 PM

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Original Television Soundtrack

FRINGE
Season 4

Music Composed by
CHRIS TILTON


FRINGE — the supernatural sci-fi crime drama from J.J. Abrams — is back with a fourth spellbinding season. After sacrificing himself to save both worlds, Peter (Joshua Jackson) mysteriously returns to ours. But he has been forgotten — by Olivia (Anna Torv), by Walter (John Noble), by everyone. It’s as if he never existed. At the same time, shapeshifters controlled by an unknown master begin an onslaught of destruction, and now the two former enemy universes must cooperate to defy a common foe. FRINGE’s thrilling fourth season continues the inspired series’ synthesis of astounding phenomena, baffling secrets and dramatic, character-driven stories. And in this season, events may prove that the most powerful force in our universe — or theirs — is not a doomsday device, not a paranormal force, but human love.

Chris Tilton returns ramping up his music’s drama and action as the FRINGE saga races toward its final season, which will premiere this fall on Fox on September 28.

Warner Home Video will release Season 4 of FRINGE on September 4.

Varese Sarabande Catalog # 302 067 172 2
Release Date: 10/16/12
iTunes Release: 10/09/12

Track List:

1. The Skill Of The Chase (1:06)
2. A Protest In September (1:47)
3. Born Again Fishin’ (2:27)
4. Where The Son Doesn’t Shine (2:58)
5. Don’t Follow The Money (4:11)
6. Shut Your Worm Hole (3:12)
7. Enemy Of My Enemy (2:16)
8. The House Of Forgotten Dreams (1:32)
9. The End Of All Things (6:22)
10. Together Again For The Very First Time (3:00)
11. Funeral While It Lasted (1:38)
12. To Betray Or Not To Betray (2:32)
13. The Future Is How (:52)
14. Letters Of Transit (3:03)
15. The Satanic Observers (4:01)
16. The Sacrificial Stance (1:42)
17. What’s The Etta With You? (1:08)
18. The Singularity Is Upon Us (3:37)
19. From One Universe To Another (2:33)
20. Shining A Satellite On The Problem (2:57)
21. Don’t Cross The Beams (2:00)
22. Telekinetic Energy (1:55)
23. Kicking Some Astrid (2:00)
24. Brave New World (:37)
25. The Time Traveler’s Strife (3:08)
26. Support Of Call (1:28)
27. Biblical Distortions (6:51)
28. Regeneration X (2:43)
29. The Nine Lives Of Olivia Dunham (2:11)
30. Henrietta (1:27)


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Posted 05 October 2012 - 06:59 PM

Fringe: Season 4 OST samples

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 01:30 AM

Haven't read this thread since I'm only on Season 1 but this show just got way more interesting, all thanks to Jarred Harris and his character. Just finished "Ability" and haven't had that feeling of "Start the next episode now!!!" since LOST was on the air.

I read the first post and I agree a lot with what was said. If cut down to about 12-15 episodes this could have been a very strong, centralized season (given I haven't actually finished it yet). But it seems like a lot of the first half was filler, and when something was interesting and semi-resolved at the end it was never brought up again. What happened to that old scientist that ran off in the fast aging episode? Or that billionaire that was testing on those patients that cured themselves from whatever disease they had?

A lot of stuff was left up in the air in favor of the formula. Peter and Olivia are pretty annoying in that they say and do stupid things a lot. Harris is the first character I've latched onto in the show and loved, aside from Walter, and it's frustrating that they're obviously so close-minded and wrong a lot of the time. Jay says Seasons 2 and 3 kickstart their development so I hope to see some worthy change in them. As for now, time to start "Inner Child."
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Posted 25 October 2012 - 10:53 AM

Hmm, I'm not even sure who Jarred Harris is!

Yea the first half of season 1 is universally considered the worst of the series. Things get better once they dumped that Olivia boyfriend traitor character guy.

Just wait till Leonard Nimoy shows up, that's the start of its pretty consistent quality level.

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 12:20 PM

He's always been an actor I enjoyed on screen.

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 12:45 PM

Oh right that guy! Yea he's a great villian, he recurs a lot

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 01:13 PM

Glad to hear it.
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Posted 26 October 2012 - 12:12 AM

Yeah, the show maintained the switch between story based and stand alone episodes for the first four seasons. Though in Season 4, some things you may have dismissed as nothing more than filler in previous seasons comes back so the writers at least have attempted to tie together stuff from the earlier seasons.

The show is definitely a good one if only for John Noble's tremendous character. Anna Torv was just kind of there in season one, but she will end up proving herself to you as one of the most competent actresses on television in the next couple of seasons. She is a very good actress when she is given a character with a little more dimension.





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