As if she wasn't inescapable before...
If you haven't seen the season finale of Fringe stop reading right now... Anyway, what basically happened is that Peter Bishop went to the future, fixed a bunch of stuff and then had his existence eliminated after the show's two universes finally came together (at least in one room). Thanks, Observers. Not only did the cliffhanger leave us dying to know what will happen next season, but it also made us ponder how our own world would be different if all traces of Joshua Jackson (the actor) was suddenly removed from reality. Here are the awful chain reactions that might occur:
As the whole TV-watching world is currently a-buzzin' with Fringe anticipation (myself very much included, as I've refused to watch a screener before tomorrow night's premiere and am determined to be surprised no matter how many spoilers I have lurking in my midst... named Angel), we listened in on an open call with creator J.J. Abrams and star Joshua Jackson recently and got an inside scoop on the show, witnessed the two react to an insane reporter's question, and even learned that invisibility may, in fact, exist. Because those are the kinds of things that happen when you're in the (long distance phone) presence of J.J. Abrams.
Fringe returns this week, after one of the ballsiest season finales I've ever seen in my entire life, and it's all very exciting. To promote the kick-off, Joshua Jackson (who I just realized I have very little urge to call Pacey for the first time ever -- congratulations, sir! You have busted out of the '90s star bubble!) participated in a conference call with a bunch of smug critics to address the show and its future. He was surprisingly delightful about everything, as always.