Looking for a good TV show?

Watch “Fringe”.

Here’s why:

- It’s finished. No waiting on episodes, they’re all there.
- It’s wrapped up after 5 seasons in a way that makes sense; it wasn’t cancelled.
- It’s science-fiction. Packed with mystery, unexplained occurrences and all the other stuff that make your curiosity perk up.
- It’s created by JJ Abrams, Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman, Bryan Burk and J.H. Wyman. Some of these you might know from making the Star Trek reboot or the sci-fi TV show “Almost Human”.
- Main character is a female. She’s an FBI agent. She isn’t sexualized. She isn’t masculine. She isn’t a cliché. She isn’t made fun of for being a female agent. She is actually very intelligent and very appreciated by her co-workers.
- Her boss is a male POC.
- Another female agent is a POC as well.
- John Noble. The ‘mad scientist’ of the show.
- Leonard Nimoy. Yep. He’s a recurring character.
- Sebastian Roché and Jared Harris. Also, Blair Brown.
- Parallel universe!
- The love stor(ies) that happen don’t reduce anyone to a love interest.
- David Bowie references. (You’ll spot them, trust me)
- Cases of the week + serialisation
- Have I mentioned the fact that the characters aren’t a cliché?
- Freaky stuff. You’ll love it. It might freak you out but you’ll love it.

…and many, many other things.

Just go watch it. It’s awesome.

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“Those who pass us by do not go alone, do not leave us alone. They leave a little bit of them, they take a little bit of us.”

09/09/2008 - 18/01/2013
#2YearsWithoutFringe

10

Simone, you have a gift. You can see things that other people can’t. I don’t doubt that. But wherever you think this gift came from, or whoever you think bestowed it upon you, it’s simply an anomaly. I know that because I’m an anomaly. I have moved things with my mind. I’ve lit things on fire. I’ve caught bullets midair. I’ve seen things that people only dream about. I’ve seen… the seams between universes ripped apart. Things that humans shouldn’t see. People make up explanations, assign meanings to things without knowing, because it’s reassuring, comforting. But I can’t do that. Because I know too much. It’s all just numbers. And the invaders, as you call them—— they’re just better at math than we are. (the human kind - 5.08)