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  1. #65
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    The H1N1 virus continues to be in the news-even Fringe news!
    Check out this article I wrote for fringetelevision.com and the original article from a blogger at the Houston FOX affiliate. Scroll down to the 11/10/09 entry.

    Fringe Cast And Crew Recently Assualted By Possible H1N1 Virus:
    http://www.fringetelevision.com

    On set with the cast of Fringe:
    http://community2.myfoxhouston.com/_...889/82250.html

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    I found this wonderful article from the LA Times last evening, linked from the home page of fox.com/fringe.
    A writer from that newspaper who loves Fringe wrote an article entitled "Five things that could help 'Fringe.'"

    See if you agree with him.

    "Five things that could help'Fringe'":
    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/show...lp-fringe.html

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    Ken Tucker from EW has written a very complimentary review of Thursday night's upcoming episode, 2.08, entitled 'August.'
    Read it below and enjoy!

    Fringe:
    http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0,,20318919,00.html

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    Merry Christmas(and Merry Fringemas) to all my fellow Fringe fans.
    Here's a present for you. A very nicely-written retrospective article by ROCO at fringebloggers.com. Do you agree with the list? Enjoy!

    Fringe Retrospective:
    The 10 Most Interesting Characters of 2009:
    http://www.fringebloggers.com/fringe.../#comment-8988

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    Don't you just love Fringe stuff that makes you think?
    Then check this out! Someone recently put a comment on the website of The Fringe Report regarding "Peter's Speed."

    Apparently the speed with which Peter avoided at least a frontal lobotomy from Olivia's nervous bullet in episode 2.02 "Night Of Desirable Objects" has some people thinking back to happenings on Stargate. More specifically, to quote Deana:
    "When someone is in an alter universe(time displacement), their essence is not subject to all the laws of physics of that same universe. Just a thought."

    Hmmm. We should probably watch Peter more closely from now on, shouldn't we?

    "Peter's Speed":
    http://thefringereport.com
    Last edited by wjobsessed; 1.5.10 at 8:54 AM.

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    And while you're visiting The Fringe Report's website, check out the wonderful article below "Peter's Speed" entitled:
    "In The Beginning:Revisit The Pilot."

    This little entry is jam-packed with observations and commentary on the very first Fringe episosde which sheds light on the current state of Season 2 characters and events. Very coo!

    Guess I'll go compare Steig's and Newton's watches now...

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    Interesting! According to a SpoilerTV post yesterday, FOX has changed the title for upcoming episode 2.11 that will air Thursday, January 14th. Originally titled "Edina City Limits" the new title for episode 2.11 is "Johari Window."

    Now if you go to wikipedia you'll learn that the "Johari Window" is a psychological tool, developed by Luft and Ingham in 1955 to help people better understand their communication and interpersonal relationships.

    Use the links below to see what I mean. Very cool!
    If wonder if any of our Fringe characters will have to fill out the Johari Window??

    Wikipedia definition of 'Johari Window':
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johari_window

    Interactive Johari Window:
    http://kevan.org/johari

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    Very interesting. The FringeBloggers website is reporting that the new show "Past Life" that has replaced Fringe for the next several weeks has been cancelled after 3 airings.
    There is gossip that Fringe repeats will be aired March 18th and 25th before we get to the new "Peter" episode on April 1st. I'll let you know know if that is true and what episodes will be re-shown as soon as I find out!

    Fringe Replacement Cancelled. What Does This Mean For Fringe?:
    http://www.fringebloggers.com/fringe...an-for-fringe/

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