09 November, 2012

Review - FRINGE 5.06: 'Through the Looking Glass and What Walter Found There'


Dear friends, I was unable to write a review last week due to a megastorm that knocked out power across the area. I did discuss what I thought of the episode in our latest podcast but decided not to catch up with a written review. If you were disappointed by that, then I apologize for failing your expectations.

My recent complaints have been about Olivia's lack of a primal grief over her daughter's death. As I stated on the podcast, there is no believable reason for this. Sure, Olivia did have something in last week's episode that one could say was a nice moment for the actor/character but it wasn't primal grief. It wasn't about losing control. And when people lose someone they can't replace, they have those moments even if they are emotionally protective. Humans can't control themselves in those moments. The grief escapes.

So I went into this episode very disappointed by how the writers have treated Olivia's reactions (minus that one moment, as I indicated), but very happy with the Pacey Poof material. Not much changed this time around. The episode starts with Peter still holding onto his grief and Olivia still acting much too amiable about the whole thing. Sure, the two share a nice moment together but Peter continues to deliver an appearance of stress, anger, and grief while Olivia has a much too accepting disposition. As if she finds all of this a bit cute or sweet. It feels unnatural.

As for the rest of the episode, Walter's hunt for his hidden puzzle pieces was interesting in that I wondered where it was going but also silly in that he didn't realize how dangerous it would be to go out alone to do it.

Though, an even bigger and growing issue I have with this season is how slow and incapable the Observers seem to be whenever the show needs them to be, and how quick and capable they seem at other times.  I am not sure if this whole evil Observer story line will pay off well down the line, but they were so much more interesting when they seemed like detached time travelers who existed for some less-than-evil purpose. Now they are nothing more than more strangely dressed agents from THE MATRIX.

Let me mention some things I did like: the previously mentioned moment between Peter and Olivia; the way the alternate world worked differently on technology; Peter irritatingly pushing Walter through the time warp (toward the end) as Walter tries to do his little dance shuffle; though the setup to it happening was silly, the Pacey Poof Neo Vs. Agent Observer fight was pretty cool, and I think they even used a musical nod to THE MATRIX in there; Peter's new powers!

On that last point, the Observer's warning about what Peter has done to himself is likely to turn into something completely fuckin' stupid as these things usually do.

If I had to rate this episode, and some little albino boy says I do, then I'd give it:

78 out of 100

This show has seen better days. And worse. I gave the episode an extra 3 points for the final minutes which had some nice John Noble acting.

73 comments:

  1. I agree. Olivia is way too happy.

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    1. I wouldn't say "happy". Like I said, amiable. As if this is all just a sweet little moment for her and Peter to snuggle up and reminisce about.

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    2. The problem is Anna Torv's acting which has been increasingly girlish, perky and forced for a while now.

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  2. pacey poof power! cool shit

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  3. Its because Anna Torv cant act. Joshua Jackson was amazing the last three weeks while she couldnt act herself out of a paper bag.

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  4. Last five minutes were great. Rest was a lot of meh.

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  5. I'm glad you're back and doing fine. Hi!

    I kept waiting for that part with Peter and the observer. It was very cool, but I thought Pacey Poof would start showing more obvious observer-like mannerisms. The observer told him he had made a big mistake. No shit! The question is if he meant Peter would suffer physical consequences or if he meant moral ones.

    Olivia is way too smiley. She's just been odd the whole season, more than usual. I think the writing hasn't been the strongest for her.

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    1. I am alive!

      At least I am looking forward to each week... even if I'm not loving every episode. That's a victory on some level.

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    2. What did you think of last week's episode?

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  6. You're making me do extra work. I don't like you right now.

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    1. I just take it for granted that no one likes me. Makes my life so much easier.

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  7. Hi, I'm Evelyn!
    I've recently found this website and I enjoy reading your recaps since you are much more objective and your approach is more critical than than the one of other people on the web who do them. When I read the comments on Facebook the people are always too exhilarated about everything as if they can't see the negative side as well...
    Everything you comment about the episode or about the way actors act is always down to Earth and accurate. You are very observant! (no pun intended)
    It is true that Olivia's character is very badly written this season... I do not know why that is the case... Maybe the producers focused too much on Peter and on the Observers... Apart from that, Anna Torv has had many oscillations in her acting... She is mostly too wooden/stiff, especially in seasons 1 and 2... In season 3, she was brilliant (and that was very puzzling to me), for instance... Now, in season 5, she seems to be standing around doing nothing, feeling nothing.. Like a porcelain doll. I somehow still don't see the point in her character...
    Maybe the producers intended to show us that she is much stronger and more realistic than Peter is... She accepts the death of her daughter almost immediately. Then she tries not to dwell on it, she grieves on the inside and doesn't let it show because (as we know from the previous seasons) she always thinks more about others than about herself. Therefore, she decides to be kind, gentle and sweet with Peter in order to console him because she believes he has it so much worse than her... And she decides to focus on saving the world and helping her husband find the comfort he needs...
    The only problem with that is the one you pointed out very well-no human being is capable to deal with the sadness that fast and to control his/her emotions...
    Great recap, I am going to listen to your podcast now.
    Best regards!

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    1. Thanks for taking the time to read the reviews and comment, Evelyn!

      May the podcast not be insufferable and completely disappoint you. :)

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  8. I’m not sure how I feel about this Observer storyline. Because I don’t want everything to revolve around Peter. And maybe I’m being selfish but there are only 7 episodes left of this show and I want to see Olivia. Olivia fighting observers, Olivia being in the center of this revolution AND Olivia helping Peter.
    In my opinion, Olivia is the main character of the show, or she has felt that way to me for the last four years, so I just want to see more of her. I don’t see where they are going with the storyline but I hope in the next few episodes I’m proved wrong and we get to see the hero of the story again. This might be all over the place because it’s hard to put into words all the things I’m feeling but basically I miss Olivia

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    1. Right? Why are they wasting so much time?

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    2. you don't like the Observer storyline because it doesnt revolve around olivia. But if they had made olivia into an observer then i would have been a really great storyline, isnt it?
      Anna torv fans are hypocrites. They want her to fight against the observers while the rest (peter, walter) do nothing at all.

      Sorry, but that's not going to happen, because oliva is not an FBI agent anymore, she doesnt have her powers anymore ANd she doesnt have her own care anymore.LOL

      I know it's killing you to see Peter with an own storyline and a gun, but that' just the way it is from now on! deal with it!




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    3. @anonymous: Right? Why are they wasting so much time?

      No, YOU and the rest of the self-centered anna torv fans are wasting their time.
      The writers are doing their job and the rest of the viewers are enjoying the storyline.

      olivia arc is over and out!

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    4. The show does not revolve around Olivia. I know that's tough for the bossy teenage fangirl Tumblr crowd to accept. My condolences on your one-track minds.

      The Peter as Observer storyline is kickass and the only thing keeping this season afloat.

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  9. The podcast was great, you guys are hilarious. :)
    I don't know if it's a mistake in the episode or what, but the lamp was on in the apartment when Walter entered, and apparently no one lived there for twenty years...
    Also, I didn't understand the huge poster of Etta on one of the buildings behind Windmark who smiled so smugly after Peter defeated the Observer... How did the Observer allow her poster to appear there...
    The plot is moving too slowly for now, I can't believe there are only 8 episodes left... They are going to wrap everything up badly and hurriedly, in the last 15 minutes :(... We probably won't get many answers..
    Olivia is not herself this season... The plot will probably revolve around Peter and Walter. Olivia will be "moral support" for Peter as he morphs into the beast...
    I have a feeling that the little boy Walter took with him is September... Maybe they'll just take out the tech from Peter's neck and put it in the boy...
    Also, I believe the ending will be a little too predictable, like... Returning to the park scene and giving the parents the chance to relive their experience with Etta, now a little girl...
    I miss seasons 2 and 3 so much. :(

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    1. Woohoo! Podcast victory!

      Good point about the poster. If I wasn't trying to end the podcast quickly this week (due to VladyGG's horrible Internet connection) I would have focused more on the episode than I did.

      I think the albino boy could be September... though it seems way too obvious. So, yeah, that's what it is. :)

      Man, season 3 was so awesome.

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    2. I agree about the season 3! But then they ran out of plot/or ideas soon and season 4 was just meh with couple of good episodes like Welcome to Westfield and the one after it, A Better Human Being.. :(
      Also, joining Peter and Olivia in a relationship too early maybe made the show jump the shark. Almost all shows are ruined soon after the two principal characters end up together... Like House, for instance... Bones is probably going down the same path...
      Some more thoughts about 5x06 episode...
      Who is Donald?????!!!! Do you have any good theories?
      Astrid needs more screentime... Jasika Nicole is an awesome actress. Poor girl only appeared for a few minutes just to be smacked by an Observer. :(
      I don't like this feeling that I'm having but I sense that Walter will sacrifice himself at some point of the show... :( I think he is going to die and then Peter will somehow snap out of the state he's in...

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    3. Well, you and I are not going to agree on that whole jump the shark thing. I am not someone who believes that you have to keep romantic leads apart just to keep things interesting.

      I think keeping them apart for too long makes the focus JUST ABOUT THAT and hurts the overall story. A few shows have put the romantic leads together and only become better for it. Especially PARKS AND RECREATION which did it a couple of times and only got better.

      It is just about how you do it. And whether or not shipper elements were created on the way. As I often say, shippers ruin shows for themselves by ignoring the majority of a show and focusing almost exclusively on the romantic relationship.

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    4. As for Donald... I haven't given him much thought. He's either just a McGuffin or someone super important. ;)

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    5. I always had a feeling that bringing Peter and Olivia finally together was what hurt the show in Fringe... Too many people (mostly girls) were squealing about them kissing and wanting more romantic scenes; you're right about that... They focused almost solely on their relationship instead of focusing on other aspects of the show... So when the ratings dropped, the producers started giving the fans what they wanted and also began putting that love story into focus more... I started missing the standalone and the pattern cases they used to solve and the simple flirty friendship that they used to share.. :(
      As a couple, Peter and Olivia don't have so much chemistry to begin with... He had more chemistry with Fauxlivia for that matter...
      The worst part, that I remember I hated was the way Peter's character was butchered in the end of season 2.
      Walternate: Son come with me to Altverse.
      Peter: OK.
      Olivia: Peter you belong with me.
      Peter: OK.
      Like some sort of marionette, really. They left a huge plot hole with his shady past too, he became a goody-two-shoes way too soon. And with Olivia's stepfather... We never actually find out who he is... There are many more plotholes like that...
      In season 5, at the moment the focus is on Peter and his demise. Polivia relationship looks strange, forced and somehow detached... Almost painful to watch.
      I agree with you about PARKS AND RECREATION... But I see it more as an exception to a rule...

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    6. The ratings took a dive before Peter and Olivia were together.

      I think the biggest problem for the show was that season 3 took a dive in the ratings and their budget was slashed a lot for season 4. Budget cuts limit things a lot and some writers just don't adapt well to it.

      Oh and CASTLE has actually improved their show since putting those two together (SPOILER!). CHUCK had a nice stretch of good to great episodes once they put their leads together.

      It isn't about putting them together. It is about what you do with it once it happens.

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    7. Yes, I know that about the ratings, that's why I wrote that part about the producers wanting to please the fans and trying to increase the ratings... As soon as they saw the ratings had dropped, they somehow put them together and it was too soon... And then the story suddenly wasn't going anywhere... I don't know... Just the feeling I have...
      You're definitely right about the budget slash influence on writers...
      I had a problem with season 4, because I couldn't get used to the new timeline Walter, I loved S1-S3 Walter so much more... And Anna Torv's acting became much worse in comparison to season 3 so that was what got to me too... Also, I hated Lincoln's character, his existence was pointless on the show to me, I don't know why; and I didn't like the whole cliche with him ultimately ending up in Altverse... Making Altlivia see the rainbow... Too predictable...
      I wonder if we'll see Altverse or William Bell again in Season 5... Probably not, there is no time for that... Maybe only Broyles and Nina, sporadically...
      Now I am embarrassed but I have to admit I haven't seen neither CASTLE nor CHUCK... :( I see that you also reviewed CASTLE episodes, so I am going to read that recap (which is probably excellent just like this one) and decide whether I'm going to see it or not... Many friends recommended the show to me...

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    8. The story wasn't suffering because they put them together. The story was suffering because they tried to drag out the most obvious story development in the history of mankind.

      "OMG PACEY POOF NEEDS TO GET BACK TO HIS WORLD BUT HE'S ALREADY THERE BUT SHHHH NO ONE NOTICE IT EVEN THOUGH IT IS OBVIOUS!"

      As for CASTLE, Eli writes those articles. I can't bring myself to do it (even though I like this latest season more than the others). But CHUCK... man, you are missing out on something great. Go watch it! The series is over now. Only 91 episodes to get to the end!

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    9. Pacey Poof! :) :) :) I like it. Of course, this is the first time I see this "nickname" but I imagine you've been using it for a long time. Very creative.

      It's true, it was so obvious he was in the right place all along.

      Thank you for the recommendation. I'll download some CHUCK episodes to begin with and see where the story takes me...

      Best regards!

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    10. Note, CHUCK is a drama/comedy. Dramedy as some call it. It is also a geek fantasy told mostly from the male perspective (though, that male is very in touch with his feelings). So, if you don't like that kind of thing, you may not be on board. But stick with it.

      Seasons 1-3 are awesome. Season 4 is my least favorite but shippers looooooooove it. Season 5 had its moments.

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    11. Season 3 is somewhat overrated. The show lost direction the minute Olivia got home from the altverse. How many dropped threads did the back half of Season 3 have? Mister X, Peter the Shapeshifter Killer, and Sam Weiss and the First People... it was a mess. A beautiful mess, but a mess.

      Season 4 is better than many give it credit for. The writers knew what story they wanted to tell all season. The peace building between the two universes was very satisfying, and the "new" not-bitter Walternate turned out to be pretty awesome. Plus, Evil Spock.

      Season 5 is what it is. I was in mild despair until they pulled this Peter plotline, which is cool. Only a handful more episodes to go. People will be sorry when this show is gone.

      And yes... the hordes of vocal female teenybopper fans with their bizarre Olivia fixation have been a bit of a plague, but not gonna look that gift horse in the mouth either, since their squealing enthusiasm for the chemistry-free Polivia pairing probably helped save the show.

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    12. Here's the problem with the Polivia stuff. I don't think it's a huge problem, but ever since Season 3, the writers have insisted on having an entire chunk (say, maybe a third) of the entire season be all about their tortured love. And last season especially, this storyline played out sooooooo slowwwwly and deliberately that it was usually quite boring. however, I enjoyed seeing Pacey Poof exercise his Dawson's Creek romantic angst acting skillz.

      I liked Season 4, but not for the painfully obvious will-Peter-get-home-oh-he-is-home stuff or for the "Is it you? It's really you, you're not MY Olivia" romantic dithering. I liked the alt-Universe story and the DRJ stuff, well, until they had such an anticlimactic end to DRJ.

      I frankly was worried about Wyman gaining complete control of the show for this last season, but Observer Peter was obviously his idea and it was a good one.

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    13. Season 4 is NOT better than people say, if those people are you, Anonymous. :)

      And season 3 was great from beginning to end. Sure, some things were left up in the air but I judge a season by what happened within the episodes and whether they kept me interested throughout than by what they didn't answer.

      I don't want them to answer shit. Just make the episodes good.

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    14. When CHUCK put their leads together their were some great episodes but it felt like the writers panicked a little. 3.14 was fun, 3.15 the faught, 3.16 Chuck had mental problems and kept going on about Sarah not saying she loved him (lol), 3.17 Sarah gave him her "Spy" will, 3.18-3.19 there was all this Chuck might die of a mental break down and all the angst, lol.

      Someone should have told them to calm the fuck down a little and breathe for a moment or so...season 4 the show was stuck in every episode there has to be shit happening. Even Sepinwall tried to hint to Schwartz and Fedak to calm down a little with contriving too much. But they were very nice together and their were some sweet and cute moments too so thery got some things right too.

      I would always recommend that fans watch all 91 episodes, even the last 2 as well, because there was some fantastic stuff in seasons 2 and 3 and seasons 4 and 5 were not the worst episodes on tv..cough*anthing on NBC drama wise apart from "Awake"*Cough, lol.

      As for Fringe, I just do not know what the point in erasing 3 seasons worth of plot and character development did for the show that made the journey worth it in season 4 and to some extent in season 5. For example, When Walter said in this episode that he did not want to go back to the man he was but stay the man that Peter helped him become...er? Season 1-3 Walter I get saying that but Season 4 Walter who was all shitting on Peter all season I have no idea what he was talking about, see! Get rid of character development for a suppose shock and awe cliffhanger is not always smart.

      If show runners just remember that Character should always triumph over plot then everything should take care of itself, sadly Fringe forgot this a long time ago.

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  10. Gosh, after 5 seasons, Peter finally gets his time in the spotlight.

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  11. olivia dunham: no FBI agent, no powers and no care anymore.

    Olivia arc is over and out

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    1. I have a feeling you will see her powers again this season.

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    2. Nope, I think she is just going to get in touch with her feminine side and be a surrogate mommy for the little bald child.

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  12. Daam son!!! peter is now one bad-ass Motherfuckka i like this

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  13. You might be right about Olivia-I'm used to her being kind of detached as a character but it seems like she needs a more primal emotional moment. Fringe needs a "Phase Three" equivalent.

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    1. Hah! I almost made a "Phase Three" point before deciding FRINGE fans might be confused.

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  14. There was something vaguely familiar about last night's episode and just I figured it out.
    Peter is Annikan, Olivia is Padme, Walter is Obi-Wan and Windmark is the Emperor.
    Unless......... could it be that Peter IS Windmark.

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  15. Fringe > Lost

    *runs away*

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    1. Yes, but seriously now, it would be nice of you if you made a post, a list or something, about what place you think Fringe is in among other scifi/drama shows, once S5 is over. A reflection on what you think worked and what didn't. I'm interested in reading your opinion, because you're not mindless fanboy, like most reviewers seem to be. They are like Fringe can do no wrong no matter what. Whether I agree or not with your reviews, I like reading your different perspective.

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    2. I will do that.

      The few reviews I've seen read more like fan forum recaps. Except the one on HitFix.

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  16. pffffffffffff, OMG there are even fans who complain about the fact that peter didnt let olivia leave the pocket universe first, he left her behind.

    REALLY????????

    What's next? oh yes, how about that scene were peter threw his back at olivia! What an asshole, right?!!LOL

    How old are the majority of the anna torv fans, is what i ask my self all the time!

    Maybe they are sexually, frustrated teenage girls/feminist. They just hate it when olivia gets it on with a man.





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  17. olivia is useless now she hasn't really done anything great but cry shoot and hug peter. YOu got cortexofan why not use it you bitch!

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  18. LOL! LOL! I am just baffled and amused that people are honestly complaining over "poor Olivia" getting "shafted" this year. It's sooo funny how in seasons 1, 2, 3 and 4, Olivia was the one who did the most stuff, who got the most superpowers, who got the most emotional scenes, Anna Torv who plays Olivia won countless awards and emmy buzz and got to play William Bell (LEONARD NIMOY at that)but Peter Bishop, the guy who was always the normal one, the one people say is uninteresting and bland, the one who didn't have 5 versions of his character, the one whose arcs are always shortened just to get OLivia to do amazing stuff, the one people just see as the "damsel in distress", FINALLY gets his own arc where he gets to shine, Josh gets trashed and Olivia fans bitch, like little girls who wants the better barbie, about Peter getting his time.

    So this is the what Josh gets awarded when he gets a chance to show what he can do- Olivia fans whining

    This is what Anna gets awarded when she gets a chance to show what she can do- ANNA TORV DESERVES AN EMMY!

    This fanbase disgusts me.

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    1. i couldnt have said it better! I'm absolutely DISGUSTED by the anna torv fans!

      I knew joshua jackson from the dawson's creek days and the fanbase was so so big. the show was a monsterhit. fringe can never come even close to the fanbase we had in those days. Millions and millions fans over the world.
      Katie Holmes was the leadind lady on that show, but we never ever hated her or vice versa. Why? Because her fanbase was so respectfull towards everybody, joshua included. We loved her and it didnt bother us when katie had big scenes, because we knew when joshua would get his screentime, her fans were equal happy about it too.

      but then joshua started on fringe and he got to meet the bitter, egocentric anna torv fans.

      YIKES! WTF!

      my only hope and wish is that after after fringe, we never ever have to put up with her fanbase anymore.


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    2. Its funny (this is reginabiglips) ( I didn't feel like changing my google account) that when Dawson's creek was the "Joey potter" show, there was NEVER a big josh vs Katie or josh vs James war between the fans.

      Probably cause Dawson's creek wasnt seen by annoying FEMINISTS who think the women should do all the work while men sit on their butts.

      I agree, I never hated Katie Holmes or her fanbase cause of the fact that EVERYONE had their own storylines, no matter how big or small it was) unlike fringe where the Anna torv fans hate seeing anybody else have their own storylines.

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  19. i just want to know what the anna torv trolls will do after fringe.
    How are they going to act, when anna is cast on a tv-show or a movie as a supporting actress and not as a lead.

    wow, can you imagine the outrage! one word: DOOMSDAY!!!

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    1. Funny thing, I have most of Josh's movies where he is only in it for like 5 minutes and despite the lack of Josh screentime, I am able to watch the movie from beginning to end cause it's THAT enjoyable. I watched lay the favorite and despite Rebecca hall being the lead and josh the typical boyfriend, I enjoyed the movie a lot.

      So can Anna torv fans handle that?

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  20. read many comments on other sites and came to this conclusion:

    men love this episode and the teenage girls hate it, bacause anna is not the star of this episode. So they talk about olivia hair to make up for her little screentime.

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    1. I am a man and I didn't love this episode.

      It was okay.

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    2. I am a girl and since I love josh more than Anna, I don't care if Olivia isn't shown a lot. I find episodes focused on her utterly annoying since her fans have to cry "Anna for Emmy" every time Olivia does something while complaining about josh/Peter having his own arc. I think the fanbase has clouded by enjoyment of watching Anna torv. No other fanbase is rude and nasty about liking an actress as the Anna torv fans are. I mean believe me, they are A-OK when Olivia is the one the writers focus on and Peter is in the background doing nothing.

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  21. And what really pissed me off is how Anna torv played all these versions of her character but Anna fans get offended that josh gets to play an observer and get powers. Anna fans are selfish, plain and simple.

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  22. Man, tonight Yvonne Strahovski showed how a real Australian cries on television...

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    1. In there a video of that on Youtube?

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    2. I agree... I've just seen that scene, it was incredible. She really is a great actress. Dexter's one of the shows that remained intriguing over the course of years... Mayne Yvonne should've starred in Fringe instead of Anna. :)
      There are various sneak peeks for this particular episode on You Tube but none of them contains that moment when she starts crying...

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    3. take that back! anna torv is the best thing that happened on tv. After fringe she will conquer Hollywood.

      why can't you see that?

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  23. Anna torv is even better than meryl streep.
    It's only a matter of time befor Anna gets her OSCAR. Take it from us, her fans, who believe in her.

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  24. I LOVE ANNA TORV. I'M WILLING TO FIGHT AND DYE FOR HER.

    NOBODY OFFENDS ANNA AND GETS AWAY WITH IT.


    NOBODY, DO YOU HERE ME!!!!! NOBODY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  25. Anna is even better than John noble. John can't act, he is mediocre at best.

    The writers on fringe are sexist, they butchered her character.

    I.HATE.THEM.


    THEY WILL PAY FOR IT!!!!!!!!! I WILL DEFEND ANNA TORV TILL THE END.


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  26. I hope Hollywood can handle anna torv endless talent.


    Hollywood, here she comes.


    ALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL the OSCARS, the GOLDEN GLOBES, the EMMYS for Anna TOrv, the one and only real actress.

    Sombody like Anna Torv comes ones in a lifetime.

    SO YOU better recognize it!!!!!!!!!!

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  27. i demand an apology for all the fools on this site who dare to insult the wonderful anna torv.


    SHAME.ON.YOU.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    From now on, i only want to see compliments towards anna torv.

    John Noble and Joshua Jackson can kiss my ass.

    Like all the men in the world, they want to take everything from a woman. They took the leading role from Anna Torv. She has nothing left on Fringe.

    They butchered her!!!!!!!!!!!BUTCHERED HER, i tell you.

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  28. You have been warned. The next time, i see somebody bashing the one and only Anna Torv, i will start a petition with the rest of the millions, and millions Anna Torv fans across the world.

    And we will have your site take down.


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    1. LOL!!!!!!!!!!

      If this is real, then Anna Torv fans just won the award for crazy.

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  29. I think the crazy Anna Torv fan is a Joshua Jackson fan trying to make Anna fans look bad. I have never seen any of us act like this.

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    1. oh please, don't try to blame Anna Torv crazy fanbase on the Joshua Jackson fans. The writers made Anna Torv an supporting actress and her fanbase went loco. They are all over the place (Trumbl/fringebloggers,...).
      Or maybe the rant above was meant like a "Anna Torv fans parody". Either way, her fans are mental.

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  30. Ok now, this fan of AT or JJ is seriously freaking me. She/he is on most sites and posts delusional comments. As is he/she has some schizophrenic disorder. I strongly recommend both Anna and Josh to take bodyguard with them.

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  31. The war between the JJ fans and AT fans is still going, i see.


    I got one thing to say: get a life!

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