Mediocre TV - Which is fine for the CW but not for me. I don't see anything intriguing going forward. I'm done.
Seth Gabel , never ever play a villain again. Yikes, Batman! Thanks for the laughs tho.
@Jarrod Mitchell - more like
Adam West's Batman and Heath Ledger's Joker became - The Count. lmao
Oh! Sugar, Sugar
Difficult premise to intrigue one, after Salt. Still it might find and audience a la Homeland. If it's on FX, I find myself comparing it to Terriers. This show just slightly missed hitting par with Tdogs. So I'm Out.
I guess after last season, why not lighten it up. I haven't been intrigued by any of the arcs. Exception being Arlo and the conspiracy behind the moneybag.
Almost perfect. Still very entertaining.
Agent Mason is gone, why?
Not a lot of intrigue.
1. Jim's Answer
Birkhoff" I got eyes, like Beyonce got thighs"
Houston got some love in this ep. Really liked the pace of the episode as the hour came and went.
It really needs to be reformatted. The V.O's are dragging the show to a stop. I'm done.
This cast deserves better.
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I wasn't surprise once, but it was chilling enough. I hope they have multiple arcs a la Person of Interest. POI is still the best thing on Net TV. However this show does have the potential to get there. Great Pilot. Going to go watch it again.
@Matt R , Nice review.
A symbolic ending to an amazing series.
I can't decide whether I still have questions, or simply just want more answers. Nice job Team, Fringe!
@Carissa Pavlica â•â—â€¿â—â•
Thanks for all the amazing reviews. At one point they kept me a fan. âœŒ
This show needs a new villain ASAP.
That said the writing was great, till Michael decides to use the glock. ?? Seriously ??
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