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Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby JacobsMom on Fri Mar 04, 2011 1:01 am

DarthLocke wrote:And I am glad for Mr. Acevedo. But I am not gonna lie, I will miss him on Fringe, of course I am sure he can still guest star -pending season 4. Personally I never expected the character to come back over here, but I am so glad that we do get to occasionally see him over there.


I also hate to see him leave Fringe too but I suppose his screen time is already limited enough the way it is. His story line has been pretty watered down too and I really hated that scene in the lab with the weird girl. :thumbsdown: Of all the other universe characters, I loved Charlie the most and thought he would have been perfect to take over for Broyles but tptb gave that role to Lincoln instead. :( I'm sure that was due to keeping the younger actors more involved in the story line for the 18-49 age group of viewers. I actually would have liked to see Other Charlie back on this side since it sounds like some of those characters over there will be showing up anyway. Too bad, Kirk A. was a great addition to Fringe from the beginning and it's sad to see him go.
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Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby DarthLocke on Fri Mar 04, 2011 1:22 am

New Promo:
http://www.spoilertv.com/2011/03/fringe-new-promo.html


New 'Fridays Reanimated' Promo Poster!
http://www.spoilertv.com/2011/03/fringe-new-fridays-reanimated-poster.html

(This pick was featured in TV Guide a while back!)


8********JORGE GARCIA to GUEST STAR!!!!!!!!!**********8

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Jorge Garcia — who has been cast in a new J.J. Abrams-produced series called Alcatraz – will be making a cameo in next week’s episode, playing (SPOILER ALERT!) a Massive Dynamic employee.

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He was just in Vancouver so I was hoping for this! I read he will actually be in the following week's episode, "Stowaway" --Considering how LOST ended---and what's coming with Olivia channeling William Bell, I have to say those Walt-Smokey-Abaddon Theories are coming back. ;)
I wonder if he will be doing some soul searching or hearings some whispers. But please at the very least let him run into Agent Broyles :P ::shakes magic 8 ball:: ---> concentr "8" and ask again! :sneaky:

(He was also the one to draw while in the institution mirroring Olivia and the trails and then Walter later in life! how I love Abrams and Friends! :wub: )
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Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby supermodel on Fri Mar 04, 2011 9:20 pm

He will play an employee of science corporation Massive Dynamic who assists Walter Bishop (John Noble).

Ooh we get some Jorge-Noble scenes!

Not sure if any of you guys live in Washington; this is from a newspaper called The Herald:
Here's your chance to ask John Noble and Jasika Nikole, two of the stars from Fox TV's hit sci-fi police thriller "Fringe," all the questions you have about the show.

The two TV stars are among the many actors who will mingle with fans at the Emerald City ComiCon at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle this weekend.

Fans can attend several celebrity panels and get autographs (many for a fee).
On 1 p.m. Saturday, I'll be moderating the panel with Noble (Dr. Walter Bishop on the show) and Nikole (she plays FBI agent Astrid Farnsworth) to talk about their show, "Fringe."

Here's your chance to help me come up with questions for them. Let me know what you want to know about the show. I'll post some of their answers here next week!
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Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby DarthLocke on Sat Mar 05, 2011 12:36 am

3x16 "Os" Sneak Peek!
http://www.spoilertv.com/2011/03/fringe-episode-316-os-sneak-peek.html

so never would have guessed osmium as 'Os' O.o :lol:

Here is a little bit from Wiki for a little more information:

Osmium ( /ˈɒzmiəm/ OZ-mee-əm) is a chemical element. It has the symbol Os and atomic number 76. Osmium is a hard, brittle, blue-gray or blue-black transition metal in the platinum family, and is the densest natural element. Osmium is twice as dense as lead. The density of osmium is 22.59 g/cm3, slightly greater than that of iridium, the second densest element. Osmium is found in nature as an alloy, mostly in platinum ores. Osmium is also used in alloys, with platinum, iridium and other platinum group metals. Those alloys are employed in fountain pen tips, electrical contacts and in other applications where extreme durability and hardness are needed.



3x19 Casting News!
Chris Bradford reprises his role to play Olivia's Stepfather!
http://www.spoilertv.com/2011/03/fringe-episode-319-casting-from-imdb.html

3x16 "Os" Canadian Promo:
http://www.spoilertv.com/2011/03/fringe-episode-316-os-ctv-promo.html
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Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby JacobsMom on Sat Mar 05, 2011 9:16 pm

supermodel wrote:
Not sure if any of you guys live in Washington; this is from a newspaper called The Herald:
Here's your chance to ask John Noble and Jasika Nikole, two of the stars from Fox TV's hit sci-fi police thriller "Fringe," all the questions you have about the show.

The two TV stars are among the many actors who will mingle with fans at the Emerald City ComiCon at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle this weekend.

Fans can attend several celebrity panels and get autographs (many for a fee).
On 1 p.m. Saturday, I'll be moderating the panel with Noble (Dr. Walter Bishop on the show) and Nikole (she plays FBI agent Astrid Farnsworth) to talk about their show, "Fringe."

Here's your chance to help me come up with questions for them. Let me know what you want to know about the show. I'll post some of their answers here next week!


My daughter goes to college in Seattle! She's not a fan of the show though but it's great some of the cast is there answering questions. :)
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Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby DarthLocke on Sun Mar 06, 2011 2:01 am

Jeff Pinkner Interview:
Whether it's "Fringe," "Lost," "Alias" or "Early Edition," the concept of "What If..." has been a signature in any "Jeff Pinkner Show" -- now, he's applying this love of theorizing to the wonderful world of sports.

In a series of original pieces currently running in ESPN The Magazine, Jeff finds a jumping off point -- MLB chooses George W. Bush as commissioner in 1992, Brett Farve is never traded to the Packers, Monica Seles evades attack -- and takes us on a twisty "what if" ride that results in entirely different versions of Dennis Rodman, Gisele Bundchen and Alex Rodriguez.

But you know I couldn't let Jeff off the phone without picking his brain a bit about the sensational third season of "Fringe" that's currently unfolding. In addition to talking about the appearance of more alt-universe personalities, I learned if The Doomsday Machine will be flipped on and why the concept of "What if..." has always transfixed him.

PopWrap: Why do you think the idea of "What If..." has permeated much of your TV work?
Jeff Pinkner: I've always been lightly obsessed with the cascading effects different choices we make have on our lives. So when ESPN called to see if I would be interested in contributing to their Fiction Issue, I loved the idea of showing how famous moments or decisions could have farflung outcomes that are seemingly unrelated to the initial trigger event.

PW: Any particular favorite of the five?
Jeff: I love the idea that somehow if Monica Seles hadn't gotten stabbed, Denis Rodman would have stayed on The Spurs.

PW: It certainly made me start thinking of other theoretical "if this person hadn't won the Oscar, then..." scenarios.
Jeff: I think one of the reasons that Facebook has so permeated society is because there’s a certain age for which Facebook is a direct means of accessing “what if my life had gone a different way? I’m going to reconnect with that person from high school because in another world where I made choices differently, we could be business partners.”

PW: Are you breaking the news of an upcoming "Fringe meets Social Network" episode?
Jeff: [laughs] Exactly!

PW: On that note, I have to tell you, this season has been absolutely astounding from a fan point of view. How do you feel about the direction its gone in?
Jeff: I think we’ve found a groove where everybody is pulling in the same direction – challenging eachother. We’ve tapped into a reality creative vein this season and I would argue, we have the single best cast on television, several of whom are playing two roles.

PW: But you had to know what a tremendous cast you had from the jump, right?
Jeff: Yes, we found very early on that there was nothing we could throw at them that they wouldn't just crush. Then, the more they crush it, the more you want to challenge them and write more stuff for them because it’s so rewarding. Early on, Anna [Torv] was taking knocks for being unsettled as an actress which was hard to watch because the truth is we were writing a character who was unsettled. The more Olivia grew, the more it became clear that Anna was really playing a role. And as soon as we gave her a mirror character, someone who is doing something different, it threw into light what she was really doing. Then you've got John [Noble], who is a genius, Seth [Gabel] has been spectacular and it’s a shame that by design Josh [Jackson] only gets to play one version of himself because that guy is phenomenal.

PW: Is that desire to continually challenge the actors behind the March 18 return of William Bell through Olivia?
Jeff: The idea came from still having story to tell for the character. One of the themes of our show is balance and harmony and the idea that there are two sides to everything. That’s a seed we planted in season one – William & Walter are Lennon & McCartney. They bring out the best in one another and are not complete without the other.

PW: In the same episode we meet another version of Lincoln, right?
Jeff: Yes, and introducing the alt-Lincoln is insanely fun -- the characterization Seth has created just makes you smile. It’s really fun but the stories are going to get heavier and graver as the season progresses. The pacing is going to accelerate and suggest what season four will look like.

PW: You had previously teased the idea of a six season plan -- are you still working off of that?
Jeff: Absolutely. We have six to eight seasons worth of material. We see it as having certain chapters that would enrich the overall story, but aren’t necessary to tell the overall story. God willing the network allows us the time to tell our complete story.

PW: Does any portion of those eight seasons include additional universes?
Jeff: Well, science has acknowledged that there are a zillion of them – a multiverse. Thus far, our story has only taken place in two but that’s not to suggest there won’t be more down the line.

PW: What are some things we'll see as the season winds down? The Doomsday Machine being activated?
Jeff: We absolutely will.

PW: Another version of Nina Sharp?
Jeff: We talk about it all the time, and we have a plan for her it just hasn’t gotten there yet.

PW: One universe winning out?
Jeff: Without spoiling anything, I will say that things unfurl in a very unexpected way for the characters and the audience. I can say that with confidence.

PW: Lastly, what are you excited about with the final string of season three episodes?
Jeff: With as much humility as I can muster, I will tell you that I feel like this season started in a really strong place and it continues to delight us – some of the stories coming up are really fun and exciting. We’re still finding different ways to push at the envelope of storytelling. To me, surprise is a good means of storytelling, but sometimes giving the audience what they expect in an unexpected way is more satisfying. As an audience member, I love guessing ahead on stories I care about. That’s how our minds indicate they’re really engaged.
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Jasika Nicole and John Noble at Emerald City Comic Con:
They Tease that episode 3x19 is going to be one of the weirdest and most fun episodes!
http://www.spoilertv.com/2011/03/fringe-john-noble-jasika-nicole-at.html
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Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby DarthLocke on Mon Mar 07, 2011 1:27 pm

ECCC Pannel and Snippets!

First and foremost, both John Noble and Jasika Nicole were warm, genuine, friendly, and totally awesome to listen to. They really were incredible.
John and Jasika both agreed that “vagenda” is one of their favorite Walter quotes but said they couldn’t pick only one because they loved them all.
One time when they were filming Jasika had to work with live leeches in jars. They kept falling out so she’d reach down and pick them up off the floor. Anna kept telling her she’d stepped on them, even though she hadn’t, to freak her out. Jasika referred to her as a “butthole” because of this.
John loved working with Leonard Nimoy and called him a very professional man. Jasika, on the other hand, didn’t have any scenes with Nimoy, so her only memory of him is walking by his trailer and awkwardly saying, “Hi…”
John also thought Chris Lloyd was great to work with and said he did an awesome job on his episode.
John raved about the performances of Little Peter and Little Olivia in Subject 13, saying he “never did this kind of thing” but that he had actually gone out of his way to get their addresses and written them letters telling them how amazing he thought they were. (Cue the “awww”ing.)
When asked if they had an on-set nickname for Alt!Astrid, like Fauxlivia and Walternate, Jasika replied, “Kickasstrid.”
When asked if she preferred working with John Noble or Antonio Banderas, Jasika laughed and said, “No question at all. John Noble.” John looked momentarily stricken, laughingly saying, “I didn’t know who you were going to pick there!”
John and Jasika both love filming scenes in the lab along with Josh Jackson. They both said they have a ton of fun. John said Jasika and John were always joking around, but Jasika retaliated that he was projecting.
Apparently, Lance Reddick can’t do scenes with John because he always cracks up. John, of course, tries even harder to make him laugh because of this.
When asked how much influence he has on Walter’s character, John says he occasionally writes the execs in LA when he feels like they put something in the script that would be out of character for Walter. He added that the beginning of season three he said, “I think Walternate should have a mistress, and so then Walternate got a mistress! And it was Joan Chen. (big smile)”
Jasika, when asked this question about Astrid, said she didn’t write to the execs ever—except for once, during Brown Betty, when Astrid wasn’t going to get a song. She said she wanted to sing because she had a musical theater background so she wrote them about it. They put a song in for her.
John likes playing Walter more than Walternate because he’s played lots of strong, silent, stoic characters in his career and Walter (particularly in his humorous moments) is more challenging.
And, finally: SPOILERS FOR EPISODE 3x19:
John and Jasika both said they loved filming 3.19, Jasika going as far as to say it was her favorite ep this season. Apparently, Olivia, Peter, and Walter all become “incapacitated” (John’s word) somehow (there was a lot of laughing between John and Jasika here), so Astrid has to save the day. It’s “as close to an Astrid-centric episode as we’re going to get this season,” according to Jasika.

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I was hoping we would get an episode where she would :thumbsup:
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Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby JacobsMom on Tue Mar 08, 2011 9:26 pm

Thanks for the news from Seattle's comic con, Darth! I just re-watched "Brown Betty" the other night and listened to the commentary with some of the creative team people and they even mentioned how everyone was in awe of Jasika's voice! They said they wished she could have even had a longer singing sequence but were glad that what we saw made it in since tptb were going to cut the whole thing at first!

I'm so glad that Astrid will get her "moment" for this new episode! :thumbsup: She deserves that and I have been missing seeing more of her this season with all these alternate story lines going on.

Another interesting thing is last season we had 2:19 as "Brown Betty" and this season 3:19 episode will also be another weird twist on Fringe!
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Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby supermodel on Tue Mar 08, 2011 11:35 pm

More from Seattle. Some of it repeats what Darth posted above, but some is new:
Was it Walter who addressed the crowd at Emerald City Comicon, or Walternate? Was it Astrid, or … well, we’ll get to her name in a minute.

The answer in both cases: neither. Fringe actors John Noble and Jasika Nicole were their own charming selves for an hour-long panel Saturday afternoon, opening up about their approach to their characters, their navigation of the alternate universes presented by the Fox series, and — to a limited extent — what fans can expect in a few upcoming episodes.

“We just finished an episode, and to be honest, it’s the most unusual thing I’ve ever done,” Noble told the near-capacity crowd. “When you see it, you go, ‘What?’”

But true to form for a show steered by J.J. Abrams (Lost, Alias), the cast members had to observe a certain secrecy. “I can’t really tell you much more than that,” Noble concluded, “but when you see it, it’s so interesting.”

Fringe centers on a special government team that breakdowns in the fabric of the universe — singularities that allow elements of a parallel universe to invade this one, and vice versa. As resident mad scientist Walter Bishop, Noble plays a man whose own work contributed to these fractures. Nicole’s character Astrid Farnsworth is an assistant to Walter who’s also his greatest friend and caregiver.

Moderator Jackson Holtz, pop-culture writer for the Everett Herald newspaper, noted the universe shifts that Fringe characters must negotiate — sliding between parallel worlds and meeting versions of themselves who don’t always share their views of right and wrong. Is that a challenge for an actor to keep track?

“I would say that for Astrid, and the alter-Astrid, its not difficult at all, because they are so polar opposites from each other,” Nicole said. “You have the Astrid from this universe, who is really empathetic. She’s kind and she has emotional attachments to everyone that she works with. Then you have your alter-Astrid, who is autistic and doesn’t quite come equipped with the social graces that most people have.”

As one audience member noted, she also doesn’t have her own alt-world name, unlike the parallel versions of Agent Olivia Dunham (“Fauxlivia”) and Walter Bishop (“Walternate”).


Nicole had a suggestion: “‘Kickasstrid?’”

Part of Walter’s role is explaining the “fringe” science at play in each episode — string theory, bioelectric fields, protein modeling and so on. Noble said he tries to study up on current theoretical science, just so he has the grounding to get Walter’s science-factional dialogue across to the audience.

“Generally, we try to make things that are theoretically possible happen in Fringe,” he said. “… When you read that stuff, it just opens up the horizons for a show like Fringe forever. The material is really there in the world.”

The actors revealed they’re often allowed a role in the shaping of that material, even before they step in front of cameras. They sometimes suggest script changes in order to remain true to their characters, and they’re listened to.

“If it’s something that doesn’t make sense for Walter, I get a bit edgy about that, and send long e-mails down to Los Angeles,” Noble said. (The show is filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia.) “At the beginning of the year, I said, ‘Walternate should have a mistress,’” he continued. “And they gave me one!”

When the show geared up for its musical episode “Brown Betty,” the musical theater-trained Nicole realized she hadn’t been given a song. Astrid wound up with a number from A Chorus Line.

Nicole is also an artist and illustrator, and spent part of ECCC selling artwork from the guest table she shared with Noble. “I’ve been getting into making comics for about the past four years,” she said, “and the fact that I ended up on a sci-fi television show that brought me to comic cons was like a weird dream come true.”

While refraining from too many specifics about upcoming episodes, Noble did say that the future of the show itself appears secure. He quoted Fox Entertainment President Kevin Reilly as saying, “If these people can maintain 1.5 (ratings) points, then they’re not going anywhere.”

“Well, we’ve not only done that, we’ve exceeded it,” Noble said. “And we set a record last week for what they call DVR Live +7,” which tracks time-shifted viewing among people who record a show to watch later. “We increased 71 percent in the +7s, which has never been before done by anyone. So based on those figures, I think we should be fairly safe. Unless Kevin breaks his word, and I don’t think he will.”

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Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby DarthLocke on Wed Mar 09, 2011 2:45 pm

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Question: Three weeks and no Fringe spoilers. I call that a massive failure on your part. You better make up for that with something big. —Duncan
Ausiello: No pressure though, right? Let’s see…. My gut is telling me that Episode 18, titled “Bloodline,” will be set Over There because it marks the return of both Andre Royo and Amy Madigan as Olivia’s alterna-sidekick and mother, respectively. Don’t keep me in suspense — how’d I do?!

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Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby b3rt4 on Wed Mar 09, 2011 3:18 pm

You missed one, Darth.


Question: Seriously, where is the Fringe scoop lately? —Jeff
Ausiello: Ugh, not you too. Sorry, I’ve got nothing else… THIS JUST IN: Sources confirm to me exclusively that Kevin Corrigan is set to reprise his role as Olivia’s bowling alley counselor/confidante Sam Weiss in Episodes 20 and 21!

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Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby DarthLocke on Wed Mar 09, 2011 7:34 pm

b3rt4 wrote:You missed one, Darth.


Question: Seriously, where is the Fringe scoop lately? —Jeff
Ausiello: Ugh, not you too. Sorry, I’ve got nothing else… THIS JUST IN: Sources confirm to me exclusively that Kevin Corrigan is set to reprise his role as Olivia’s bowling alley counselor/confidante Sam Weiss in Episodes 20 and 21!

Taken from: SpoilerTV http://www.spoilertv.com/2011/03/latest ... z1G70IxQma



Ah :blush: :blush: :blush: Thanks!, b3rt4! :thumbsup:

Seth Gabel (Blue Lincoln Lee) Preview--TV Guide!
So far, we've only seen the "over there" version of Seth Gabel's Fringe Division badass, Lincoln Lee. But on next Friday's Fringe, he debuts as this universe's Lee and fans are in for a world of differences!

TV Guide Magazine: You realize fans love you, right? We want a Lincoln spin-off.
Gabel: Really? That would be amazing!

TV Guide Magazine: Well, he's so cool.
Gabel: I thought I would look like such a doofus holding a gun. It took me seeing that first "over there" episode to feel like, 'ok, I don't look like a fool." They tried really hard. We spent hours trying to figure out how to make me look like a scary intimidating person. [Laughs]

TV Guide Magazine: You're not an action guy?
Gabel: Not at all. I was so scared that I wouldn't pull it off. Once I saw myself being a scientist-slash-FBI hero, I felt more confident and relaxed.

TV Guide Magazine: So who is this Lincoln?
Gabel: He's in the FBI, but has no idea about Fringe Division. He's more of a desk jockey [who] eventually comes to believe there is much more than reality suggests.

TV Guide Magazine: Is he anything like alt-Lincoln?
Gabel: In his nature, he's kind of the same person, but raised under different circumstances. What's so fun about the doppelgangers is that you get to address the question of nature-vs-nurture. Because our doppelgangers are born typically into the same situations, but what happens to them after that is just slightly different. There's a butterfly effect and you get to see who that person becomes a completely different person. In Lincoln's case, Peter was in the world over here and became what Lincoln would have become... So Lincoln has been off doing something else and accidentally bumps into these people, which raises the question about fate and destiny. Are there certain people you're karmically intertwined with?

TV Guide Magazine: "Over there," Lincoln is so obviously in love with Bolivia.
Gabel: Yeah. And that evolves as the season goes on as well.

TV Guide Magazine: Does this world's version fall for Olivia, too?
Gabel: There's something very interesting about Olivia that I can't discuss. She should recognize him [from] the other universe, but something happens and things are a little different in this episode. I actually team up more with Peter, which is cool because I've never really worked with Josh Jackson. We end up getting this partner-crush on each other because we like solving these scientific mysteries together and we really hit it off. I don't get to spend a lot of time with Olivia, but given more time. I wonder of those feelings can bleed across universes.

TV Guide Magazine: Will we see more of Lincoln over here?
Gabel: They certainly set it up. They create room for two Lincolns to exist, which I am thrilled about.

TV Guide Magazine: Which Lincoln are you most like?
Gabel: The over here Lincoln is more like me because I feel more like a nerd who is just realizing that there is more potential there. [Laughs]

TV Guide Magazine: Any advice from your wife Bryce Dallas Howard's father, Ron Howard?
Gabel: He gives me great advice all the time, but the whole family is just so authentic and good... The best advice has been seeing how you can be a good person, work hard, and be rewarded for your effort.

Source: TV Guide

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Sounds Cool To Me!! :thumbsup:
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Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby real1 on Thu Mar 10, 2011 10:18 pm

I adore Gabel/Lee , i can't wait to see him in our universe . btw .. there isn't any new promo swimming around till tomorrow ? :whistle:

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Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby JacobsMom on Fri Mar 11, 2011 2:57 am

b3rt4 wrote:Question: Seriously, where is the Fringe scoop lately? —Jeff
Ausiello: Ugh, not you too. Sorry, I’ve got nothing else… THIS JUST IN: Sources confirm to me exclusively that Kevin Corrigan is set to reprise his role as Olivia’s bowling alley counselor/confidante Sam Weiss in Episodes 20 and 21!

Taken from: SpoilerTV http://www.spoilertv.com/2011/03/latest ... z1G70IxQma


YES!!!! :thumbsup: :thumbsup: Can't wait for these new episodes. As I rewatched last seasons finale, something got me to thinking about Sam Weiss. Walter talks about how William and him believed that at one point mankind all had the ability to "cross over" to these other universes but something happened to where we lost this ability. If the First People had this ability then somehow it was lost and this makes me think that Sam Weiss will have a huge impact on helping Olivia and Peter with this machine. :D
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Re: [OFFICIAL] Spoilers and Speculation Thread

Postby DarthLocke on Fri Mar 11, 2011 3:09 am

real1 wrote:I adore Gabel/Lee , i can't wait to see him in our universe . btw .. there isn't any new promo swimming around till tomorrow ? :whistle:

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You're in luck...3 sneak peeks! :w00t:

3x16 "Os" -3 Sneak Peeks!
http://www.spoilertv.com/2011/03/fringe-episode-316-os-3-sneak-peeks.html

-Wow Olivia is SO bossy and so, just trying too hard. ---But I am glad we are exploring "soul magnets". :w00t:

JacobsMom wrote:
b3rt4 wrote:Question: Seriously, where is the Fringe scoop lately? —Jeff
Ausiello: Ugh, not you too. Sorry, I’ve got nothing else… THIS JUST IN: Sources confirm to me exclusively that Kevin Corrigan is set to reprise his role as Olivia’s bowling alley counselor/confidante Sam Weiss in Episodes 20 and 21!

Taken from: SpoilerTV http://www.spoilertv.com/2011/03/latest ... z1G70IxQma


YES!!!! :thumbsup: :thumbsup: Can't wait for these new episodes. As I rewatched last seasons finale, something got me to thinking about Sam Weiss. Walter talks about how William and him believed that at one point mankind all had the ability to "cross over" to these other universes but something happened to where we lost this ability. If the First People had this ability then somehow it was lost and this makes me think that Sam Weiss will have a huge impact on helping Olivia and Peter with this machine. :D


I was waiting for your excited response! :thumbsup: :lol:
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