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Fringe is over

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Well that was certainly amazing. Parts of it were predictable to anyone who watches the show regularly. It was a fitting end to a wonderful series.

Minor spoilers here.

 

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They ran back into September, who was pretty much a normal guy these days. But they still had a few of those Observer chips. Why not use them? Use one on Astrid, because she was due for some awesome. Use one on Olivia, because that probably would have helped. Use on on September because he's so familiar with how to operate the chip.


And then if it gets too weird, they could just pull the chips back out. Especially when Peter was so close to eliminating Capt Winmark a few weeks ago.  Have someone else finish the job.

But then you wouldn't get the oh-so-satisfying death that was so long overdue and simply had to happen. One of the best deaths in the past year I'd say. If you have it recorded, you will need to rewind and slo-mo his demise.

 

 

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Jan 19, 2013
I was going to look into that show, it looked interesting. Now that it's over I suppose I will give it a shot.
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Does this mean Anna Torv will have time to come to my house and perform ungodly sessions of sexual debauchery with me ?

 

 

ummm ..

 

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Re: Fringe is over

Jan 19, 2013

DrGadget wrote:

Well that was certainly amazing. Parts of it were predictable to anyone who watches the show regularly. It was a fitting end to a wonderful series.

Minor spoilers here.

 

Spoiler

They ran back into September, who was pretty much a normal guy these days. But they still had a few of those Observer chips. Why not use them? Use one on Astrid, because she was due for some awesome. Use one on Olivia, because that probably would have helped. Use on on September because he's so familiar with how to operate the chip.


And then if it gets too weird, they could just pull the chips back out. Especially when Peter was so close to eliminating Capt Winmark a few weeks ago.  Have someone else finish the job.

But then you wouldn't get the oh-so-satisfying death that was so long overdue and simply had to happen. One of the best deaths in the past year I'd say. If you have it recorded, you will need to rewind and slo-mo his demise.

 

 


It was definitely a great series. Sort of a cross between The X-Files and House if you asked me. Sad that it's over now.

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Jan 20, 2013

FrescanteBozak wrote:

DrGadget wrote:

Well that was certainly amazing. Parts of it were predictable to anyone who watches the show regularly. It was a fitting end to a wonderful series.

Minor spoilers here.

 

Spoiler

They ran back into September, who was pretty much a normal guy these days. But they still had a few of those Observer chips. Why not use them? Use one on Astrid, because she was due for some awesome. Use one on Olivia, because that probably would have helped. Use on on September because he's so familiar with how to operate the chip.


And then if it gets too weird, they could just pull the chips back out. Especially when Peter was so close to eliminating Capt Winmark a few weeks ago.  Have someone else finish the job.

But then you wouldn't get the oh-so-satisfying death that was so long overdue and simply had to happen. One of the best deaths in the past year I'd say. If you have it recorded, you will need to rewind and slo-mo his demise.

 

 


It was definitely a great series. Sort of a cross between The X-Files and House if you asked me. Sad that it's over now.


Abrahams shows never stick around long enough.  Smiley Sad 

 

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moblesuit75 wrote:

FrescanteBozak wrote:

DrGadget wrote:

Well that was certainly amazing. Parts of it were predictable to anyone who watches the show regularly. It was a fitting end to a wonderful series.

Minor spoilers here.

 

Spoiler

They ran back into September, who was pretty much a normal guy these days. But they still had a few of those Observer chips. Why not use them? Use one on Astrid, because she was due for some awesome. Use one on Olivia, because that probably would have helped. Use on on September because he's so familiar with how to operate the chip.


And then if it gets too weird, they could just pull the chips back out. Especially when Peter was so close to eliminating Capt Winmark a few weeks ago.  Have someone else finish the job.

But then you wouldn't get the oh-so-satisfying death that was so long overdue and simply had to happen. One of the best deaths in the past year I'd say. If you have it recorded, you will need to rewind and slo-mo his demise.

 

 


It was definitely a great series. Sort of a cross between The X-Files and House if you asked me. Sad that it's over now.


Abrahams shows never stick around long enough.  Smiley Sad 

 

Moble


For the most part, although Lost had a very nice run. Good for him that his movies are helping him survive lol.

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Varakharne wrote:

Does this mean Anna Torv will have time to come to my house and perform ungodly sessions of sexual debauchery with me ?

 

 

ummm ..

 

gdf3456


I never wanted to be a pair of long johns, as I do now!Smiley Wink

 

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FrescanteBozak wrote:

moblesuit75 wrote:

FrescanteBozak wrote:

DrGadget wrote:

Well that was certainly amazing. Parts of it were predictable to anyone who watches the show regularly. It was a fitting end to a wonderful series.

Minor spoilers here.

 

Spoiler

They ran back into September, who was pretty much a normal guy these days. But they still had a few of those Observer chips. Why not use them? Use one on Astrid, because she was due for some awesome. Use one on Olivia, because that probably would have helped. Use on on September because he's so familiar with how to operate the chip.


And then if it gets too weird, they could just pull the chips back out. Especially when Peter was so close to eliminating Capt Winmark a few weeks ago.  Have someone else finish the job.

But then you wouldn't get the oh-so-satisfying death that was so long overdue and simply had to happen. One of the best deaths in the past year I'd say. If you have it recorded, you will need to rewind and slo-mo his demise.

 

 


It was definitely a great series. Sort of a cross between The X-Files and House if you asked me. Sad that it's over now.


Abrahams shows never stick around long enough.  Smiley Sad 

 

Moble


For the most part, although Lost had a very nice run. Good for him that his movies are helping him survive lol.


New Star Trek coming out soon.  PSYCHED!!!

 

Moble

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moblesuit75 wrote:

FrescanteBozak wrote:

moblesuit75 wrote:

FrescanteBozak wrote:

DrGadget wrote:

Well that was certainly amazing. Parts of it were predictable to anyone who watches the show regularly. It was a fitting end to a wonderful series.

Minor spoilers here.

 

Spoiler

They ran back into September, who was pretty much a normal guy these days. But they still had a few of those Observer chips. Why not use them? Use one on Astrid, because she was due for some awesome. Use one on Olivia, because that probably would have helped. Use on on September because he's so familiar with how to operate the chip.


And then if it gets too weird, they could just pull the chips back out. Especially when Peter was so close to eliminating Capt Winmark a few weeks ago.  Have someone else finish the job.

But then you wouldn't get the oh-so-satisfying death that was so long overdue and simply had to happen. One of the best deaths in the past year I'd say. If you have it recorded, you will need to rewind and slo-mo his demise.

 

 


It was definitely a great series. Sort of a cross between The X-Files and House if you asked me. Sad that it's over now.


Abrahams shows never stick around long enough.  Smiley Sad 

 

Moble


For the most part, although Lost had a very nice run. Good for him that his movies are helping him survive lol.


New Star Trek coming out soon.  PSYCHED!!!

 

Moble


Yes! Definitely looks like a good one. Too bad Abram's isn't interested in the new Star Wars flix, although I can understand his reluctance.

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Apparently JJ is still contracted to do at least one more Trek film, so that would interfere with him doing a Star Wars film...
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