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The Fringe Podcast

Posted in Fringe, Other People Talking Fringe, Other People Talking LOST with tags , , on March 19, 2011 by Scott Copperman

I miss listening to LOST podcasts.

I know there are people doing re-watch podcasts, but I’m not rewatching. And as much as like listening to podcasts, it’s tough for me to find a podcast that is “appointment listening” for me, where I look forward to the release of each new episode and try to clear my schedule to listen.

The Fringe Podcast is one of those podcasts that has helped fill the void.

If you are a fan of Fringe, or are even thinking of getting into the show, I suggest you check out Clint and Darrell’s site and show.

Scott Copperman

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Walter prefers “Faux-livia”

Posted in Fringe, Observations, Other People Talking Fringe, Some wonderings I don't really believe, Theories with tags , on January 31, 2011 by Scott Copperman

The title above is a reference to a scene in the episode “Reciprocity.” This confirms a suspicion I’ve been having that Walter serves the Hurley role of “speaking the mind of the fans.”

Either way, it was cool.

So, this most recent episode, Reciprocity, was a pretty good one. Action packed and kept me from guessing what Peter was doing until the reveal. They made it obvious he was up to something, but the writers did a nice job of keeping the reveal a surprise without pulling it out of no where.

I’ve mentioned before that Fringe tends to have the “reveals” earlier in the episode than one would expect. This episode was no exception. What was a little less satisfying was how the 5 minutes post reveal showed no major consequences.

I’ve got some thoughts on the spoiler filled (very spoiler filled) “Lightning Round” video released by Fringe, but I’m going to save them for a future post.

I will encourage you, however, if you can’t wait to check out The Fringe Podcast for some great thoughts on the show.

Keep watching this space for some thoughts on other TV shows and more about Fringe.

Scott Copperman