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    Question: Leonard Nimoy as William Bell on Fringe? In a word, awesome. How long will he be around for? --Jeremy

    Ausiello: He'll appear in one scene in the May 12 finale and then return next season for three more episodes. I hear the character's arc was significantly cut back to accommodate Nimoy, who was only interested in doing a handful of episodes. The moral of this story: A little Leonard Nimoy is better than no Leonard Nimoy.

    http://ausiellofiles.ew.com/2009/04/...siello--1.html

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      Originally posted by Pharaoh Atem View Post
      i may have to tune in now
      If you can persevere past the first half a dozen or so episode, it really does go from strength to strength.
      I've always liked the quirkiness of the show.
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        "Don't be such a prude, I'm sure agent Dunham knows what a penis looks like, don't you agent Dunham?"

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          Originally posted by jenks View Post
          "Don't be such a prude, I'm sure agent Dunham knows what a penis looks like, don't you agent Dunham?"

          Just one of countless hilarious quotes from this show. And we are still in Season 1.
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            Originally posted by the fifth man View Post
            Just one of countless hilarious quotes from this show. And we are still in Season 1.
            Oh god, are we? Where does the time (not) go?
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              saw it yesterday, and loved it!
              with being fringe and lost the only real shows i m watching now after atlantis and bsg its great to have it back! i loved the new episode, especially the ending with the bald guy ^^, hope where getting some answers of him soon...
              ...oh okay, forgot chuck, but thats ending soon too...
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                Roberto Orci on Leonard Nimoy Roles in J.J. Abrams Star Trek and Fringe

                Airlock Alpha (via E Online)posted a new interview with writer and producer Roberto Orci and here are few excerpts.

                Regarding Star Trek star`Leonard Nimoy upcoming role in Fringe, he said "Several answers will come outside of William Bell, and then William Bell will be the beginning of the answers to even bigger questions,"

                About Nimoy return to the role of Spock in the upcoming Trek movie, he said "It's not just a cameo; it's a significant role, and it plays an important part of the story," he said. "He's not in every scene - it's not that kind of thing. It was nice to see some people saying that they were surprised that even though we said that, it truly was."

                http://trekweb.com/articles/2009/04/...d-Fringe.shtml

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                  wahey! @ Nemoy!

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                    Nice episode, nothing spectacular but fun and interesting to watch.

                    Best Walter quote:"Perhaps, a small electric shock to kick-start things".

                    One of the best episode for me is still the episode "The Equation". I liked the mystery on it. The psych center scenes with Walter was good too.
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                      Originally posted by Commander Zelix View Post
                      Nice episode, nothing spectacular but fun and interesting to watch.

                      Best Walter quote:"Perhaps, a small electric shock to kick-start things".

                      One of the best episode for me is still the episode "The Equation". I liked the mystery on it. The psych center scenes with Walter was good too.
                      That was a really good episode.
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                        Fringe co-star Kirk Acevedo says they're already prepping for season two


                        Kirk Acevedo, who plays FBI Agent Charlie Francis on Fox's SF series Fringe, told SCI FI Wire that he and the crew are already working on season two, though no official renewal announcement has come so far, and that upcoming guest star Leonard Nimoy will figure in it. (Spoilers ahead!)

                        http://scifiwire.com/2009/04/fringe-...kirk-aceve.php

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                          Watched "Ability"

                          I 'd

                          "Oh My God, That's Putrid, Do You Like Coffee Cake?"

                          "Did You Check His Other Orifices?"

                          And

                          Spoiler:
                          Walter wrote the manifesto
                          People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but *actually* from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint... it happens to kinda look like the name 'Jeremy Bearimy' in cursive English.

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                            The latest episode was okay. I did want something more than "horror story of the week".
                            I loved the reference to
                            Spoiler:
                            Jonathan Swift and by inference to Gulliver's Travels.
                            Wonder if all that talk about Walter trying to reintegrate himself into society is derived from Gulliver's inability to adjust to living with humans again.
                            Is it something that will come up again, I wonder?

                            This episode must be the first time we see Charlie's wife.
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                              Episode 1x17 Preview:http://spoilergeeks.blogspot.com/200...review_15.html

                              Spoiler:
                              Spoiler:
                              Who do we have to bribe, beg or threaten over at Fringe to get Joshua Jackson more screen time? I am getting very frustrated at how little he is used in each episode. What gives? — Cheri
                              MICKEY: First of all, you have to bribe me. I like Hendrick's gin, dark chocolate, bibimbap and shiny things. Once I receive your hypothetical generous "donations," I will probably be able to tell you about a big Peter Bishop reveal in the season finale (my mole breathlessly called it "major major major" — and it is). Before then, though, we're going to get a bit more information about Olivia's twisted childhood brush with scientific testing, the unmasking of Dr. William Bell and the mysterious, robot-armed Nina Sharp. And as with most things on Fringe, these are all related developments.

                              Source: TV Guide

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                                Who do we have to bribe, beg or threaten over at Fringe to get Joshua Jackson more screen time? I am getting very frustrated at how little he is used in each episode. What gives? — Cheri

                                Spoiler:
                                MICKEY: First of all, you have to bribe me. I like Hendrick's gin, dark chocolate, bibimbap and shiny things. Once I receive your hypothetical generous "donations," I will probably be able to tell you about a big Peter Bishop reveal in the season finale (my mole breathlessly called it "major major major" — and it is). Before then, though, we're going to get a bit more information about Olivia's twisted childhood brush with scientific testing, the unmasking of Dr. William Bell and the mysterious, robot-armed Nina Sharp. And as with most things on Fringe, these are all related developments.


                                http://www.tvguide.com/News/Mega-Buz...s-1005065.aspx

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