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SciFi Magazine: Fringe Is Back!

      Email Post       10/05/2010 11:01:00 PM      

Fringe got a great writeup in the latest issue of SciFi magazine. The two articles cover general ideas about Season 3 (not really spoilery, considering we are two episode in already), and an in depth look at Lance Reddick who plays Special Agent Phillip Broyles.







* Special thanks to Ruth for the scans!

6 Comments:

Moni Bolis said...

Thanks for sharing!
:)

fringeobsessed said...

Nice job scanning, Ruth. :)

Maybe it's just me, but I wasn't real impressed with the general Fringe article in this issue.
They must have visited to set when Joshua Jackson was off because there's NOT ONE photo of him with or without any of the other characters,and I see that as a flaw as PB's a major character.

On the other hand, the article on Lance Reddick, and his thoughts on his role as Phillip Broyes was very well-written and enlightening.

Anonymous said...

Fringe is coming off really good and picked up from last season very well unlike most other shows do.

Looking forward to seeing what Nina gets from the will as Walter got MD

Anonymous said...

Fringe is a great show. It's character Walter is very entertaining. He is a great actor and at times very amusing. When the show became two universes, it was interesting but now that they haven't closed the door to the alternate one, we are disappointed. We liked the show the way it was the first season. It was kind of scary and very entertaining to us. These new alternate characters we just don't care for.

Anonymous said...

fringe , the best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Fringe is my favorite show. Friday is usually the "last rites" for a television show and I never would watch anything on Fridays. However, I cannot leave the house knowing that it's going to be on. Honestly, I can't get enough! It's so well written and to me, the X Files is not in it's league. Hopefully, FOX will stick with it. John Noble is the shining star. Walter Bishop rocks!

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