Another 22 down, 13 left to go, and still a ton of sci-fi mystery to look forward to. Fringe closes out another stellar season of TV with season 4's head scratching finale, "Brave New World: Part 2". Somehow this finale episode oddly ended up being one of Fringe's few predictable episodes of the whole year.
It's an episode that comes but once a season. That Fringe episode that makes all others look normal by comparison. It's the show's experimental episode and like is seasons past this one too delivers.
Gone for about a month Fringe returns to FOX's Friday night line up with some creepy Ocean's 13 inspired seduction. No Clooney or Pitt, but Fringe's version of the fictional 'gilroy' from the 2007 crime caper.
Fringe is a lot like its fellow Bad Robot produced show, Lost, in that they are notorious for answering a question with multiple questions instead of answers. It's a technique that makes audiences both scratch their heads and keep tuning in for more mystery.
Meet a nice girl at the local supermarket, take her to dinner, send her flowers, and then visit her work with a small sedative and a captive bolt pistol to show her you care.
"On March 21st 1963 Alcatraz was officially closed due to rising costs and decrepit facilities. All the prisoners were transferred off the island... only that's not what happened. Not at all." – Emerson Hauser
Those are the ominous opening words spoken by actor Sam Neill (Jurassic Park) as Hauser introducing this new series on FOX, Alcatraz.
Time loops make for a humorous way to spend February 2nd but maybe not if it happened to you on any other day. This week's Fringe puts it's own unique spin on time anomalies with everything from time loops, bubbles, chambers, and displacements.
Could wormholes and paradoxes be Fringe's new bread and butter? Maybe, as the season finale picks up after last week's episode left off, with Peter now somewhere in the future.
Soap star turned superhero in Metropolis? No, Jensen Ackles isn't returning to Smallville for one last time. Its daytime soap opera star Eric Martsolf guest staring on Smallville as Booster Gold, one of the latest hero to come from the DC universe.
Last night may have been Emmy night in Hollywood, but we all know the internet was clamouring for the real winners of the past season in television: The Crafty Monkey Television & TV Achievement Awards!