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5-07-2011 @ 2:32PM
Not wow related but since you got me thinking about it :PFringe freakin rocks, finale opens up for a ton of mind boggling things come season 4.I cant understand how Fox could even think about canceling it. Its a funny, well written, with great acting and best of all it makes you think. (guess that alot of the people who watch it get turned off because they dont like using their brain when watching TV)Its like that kid in class who is different from everyone else, but also smarter than anyone else. Theres so much more i could'a wrote about what makes Fringe so great. To me, its a masterpiece
5-07-2011 @ 3:02PM
I was going to say something witty about Fox cancelling Sci Fi shows, but I won't because they seem to be improving. Let's recap: Sliders: First season with marred continuity caused by airing episodes out of order, so-so second season, main writers were fired for the crap lets-rip-off-of-horror-movies third season. Cancelled, redeemed slightly by SciFi Channel for seasons 4 & 5.Firefly: First and only season marred by airing episodes out-of-order and constantly switching air times and dates. Cancelled, picked up by Universal for a movie deal.Sarah Connor Chronicles: Cancelled on its second season. Continuity respected and preserved.Dollhouse: Cancelled on its second season. Continuity respected and preserved.Fringe: Lasts four seasons. Continuity respected and preserved.It seems like Fox Network is improving over time. I still mourn Firefly though, and hope Science channel decides to make new episodes seeing as how the reruns are one of their top shows right now.
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