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Fringe renewed for 13 episodes to end the show

http://mediadecoder.blogs.nytimes.co...-success-down/
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Nice to hear. Hopefully the attention of a series ending will bring the viewership the show deserves.
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I could envision Anna Torv playing Juliet on Lost, had the part not gone to Elizabeth Mitchell. Don't you think?
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I could envision Anna Torv playing Juliet on Lost, had the part not gone to Elizabeth Mitchell. Don't you think?
Great observation! I totally agree with that. And Terry Oquinn could have played August.
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Great observation! I totally agree with that. And Terry Oquinn could have played August.
Oh my! HAHAHAHAHA!
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Good finale. Makes me wonder when the writers knew they were getting renewed because this could have been a series finale except for that last scene.
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I had the same thought, that it felt like it was taped before renewal.

Did anyone else notice that some events on the "previously on Fringe" hadn't happened yet?
Last week ended with the reveal that Bell was alive, but he hadn't met up with Walter yet.
- and I DO NOT remember Astrid getting shot... that's something I would have definitely remembered.
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I had the same thought, that it felt like it was taped before renewal.

Did anyone else notice that some events on the "previously on Fringe" hadn't happened yet?
Last week ended with the reveal that Bell was alive, but he hadn't met up with Walter yet.
- and I DO NOT remember Astrid getting shot... that's something I would have definitely remembered.
I think you must have missed an episode J.... really

..and yes I agree it could have ended there.. that last bit did feel a little tacked on but I would have felt a little short changed, pleased its got a few more episodes to run.
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ok it took me 5 minutes to find this thread. man i'm rusty. ha. anyways I don't understand this season at all. So now we are in the future and they are part of a human resistance? I remember last season the one ep in the middle of the season in the future and then didn't they say anything about it until this season. It's just weird. And it's obvious the writers have never felt comfortable with the peter olivia relationship. The moment they have feelings for each other they split them up, then they make Olivia forget, now in the future they aren't together. ha. man I used to love this show but it's in a weird place right now. Part of me wishes they would have stayed more with the monster of the week theme. I like the alternate universe but this future ending came out of nowhere
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The writers always do a crazy episode 19. One was a cartoon, one had a guy who thought he was Spock (foreshadowing Leonard Nemoy/William Bell,) another was a musical.

Last seasons #19 was when Desmond/Simon and Etta, the daughter found Walter encased in the amber... in the future.

I definitely agree... something about the show just doesn't feel the same.
i'm waiting for an ass kicker, but so far it's been a 'snoozer.'
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