Last week was acid. This week: Blair Brown.
Time to come back to this reality; the season (though thankfully not series) finale of Fringe is tonight.
Fringe is on tonight for the Season 4 winter finale, which makes staying in on a Friday that much easier.
Our preferred J.J. Abrams project is finally back -- sorry, Revolution.
People always call me crazy when I tell them this, but Fringe is honestly one of the most enjoyable shows on television. Yeah, the science is ridiculous and there are plot holes galore, but it's so gleefully weird and brilliantly fun that I can't stop watching it. I mean, they had an exploding head on last week's episode, and Walter's been genetically modifying Gene the cow to produce chocolate milk. I just had so much fun just typing that sentence I need a time out.
I can't believe this season is already over (I need more!), but all I can say is thank god a miracle happened and we are actually getting another season of this spectacular show. Season 3 is still ending way too soon, but circumstances as they are, I think I can live with it and just focus on looking forward to Season 4. So, well done, Fox. I almost like you right now.
You guys remember Fringe, right? Fun little sci-fi show, been off the air since early February for no reason? Sometimes it's hard to remember certain shows exist when they're taken off the air for months on end in the middle of the network television season (and spare me the "But it works for Burn Notice!" arguments; Burn Notice is a unique beast and we all know it). Well anyway, Fringe is back tonight, and with a flashback episode, no less! Yes, boys and girls, we will finally see John Noble don an '80s wig to show us exactly how he went about stealing Peter 2 from the other side all those years ago.
Fringe fans can expect to get unanswered questions solved in the upcoming season, along with a new slew of big questions to contemplate, naturally.
Last week was Fringe's first Friday night outing, and the ratings were... pretty OK, actually! OK enough to keep the show from being canceled if they stay there, so please, do try and bug your friends with Nielsen boxes to watch tonight's episode, preferably within the first 24 hours, particularly if they are between the ages of 18 and 49. If they're older or younger than that then just stop being friends with them. According to advertisers, they're not even people!