F R I N G E • September 9, 2008 | January 18, 2013
Of course it’s the way you expected it to end, like happily ever after. That’s what’s beautiful, these people don’t live in the real world. They live in your minds, and they live in your imagination, and the reason you watch shows is so that you can hope. And I think that at the end of the day that was what Joel [Wyman] was trying to say… is that, there is h o p e.
I understand that you think I acted too emotionally. And putting aside the fact that men always say that about women they work with, I’ll get straight to the point. I am emotional. I do bring it into my work. It’s what motivates me. It helps me to get into the headspace of our victims… See what they’ve seen. Even if I don’t want to, even if it horrifies me. And I think it makes me a better agent. If you have a problem with that, sorry. You can fire me.
Favorite Introductions of Characters | Peter Bishop (Joshua Jackson)
“His name is Peter Bishop. He’s a high school dropout. IQ of
190, just 50 points north of genius. Misfit. Nomad. Hasn’t kept a job longer
than two months. He’s been a wildland fireman, cargo pilot, and briefly a
college chemistry professor, he falsified a degree from MIT. He even managed to
get a few papers published before he was found out. He sounds like a massive
pain in the ass.” - Olivia Dunham (Fringe 1x01)