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  1. #41
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    Another spoilerish interview!
    Iesb.net posted Tuesday an interesting interview with Anna Torv regarding her character Agent Olivia Dunham and her relationship with the other main Fringe characters, the Season 2 plot, etc. Enjoy!

    Interview:Anna Torv talks FRINGE:
    http://www.iesb.net/index.php?option...ews&Itemid=172

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    BREAKING NEWS! Bolivia's on the cover of the 9/10/09 edition of Entertainment Weekly!

    Use the link below to see the adorable cover picture of Anna Torv and Joshua Jackson. They look great!

    After you read the article watch the very spoilerish video of Anna, Josh, and John talking about their characters in Season 2! Enjoy!

    Peter&Olivia on EW Cover:
    http://popwatch.ew.com/2009/09/10/th...all-tv-preview

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    Woa! The Fringe Spoilers just keep on coming!
    The first on the YouTube list of vids uploaded yesterday is a spoilerish vid posted by Fringe Bloggers from the DVD Launch Party last week in Vancouver. Anna, Josh, and John talk about their characters and some of what will happen in Season 2. Josh is very funny here.

    Fringe Cast Interviews-Mild Season 2 Spoilers:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYHJuira_r8

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    I didn't know that Anna Torv and John Noble were British.
    A love interest for Walter?
    Cool.
    As long as it isn't Jean.

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    Anna Torv is Australian and I'm 99% sure John Noble is also. They do mask their accents well though when they're acting, don't they?

    Walter with a love interest is pretty bizarre-fits right in with everything else on the show.

    *chuckles* And you're not the first to think of Walter with the cow. I believe the cow's name is spelled "Gene" after Peter's factoid in the pilot episode that cows' DNA is very close to humans(or something to that effect.) Have you seen the cute picture on fringetelevision.com of Jasika, John, and Gene with birthday hats on to celebrate John's recent birthday? Unfortunately the link below won't take you there directly. You have to go through a few pages of older posts until you get to the 08/20/09 entry.

    Happy Birthday John Noble:
    http://www.fringetelevision.com/sear...max-results=12

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    Crap! TV Guide has a new Fall Preview vid up on YouTube.
    Check out what they say about Peter and "Agent New Girl."
    Mtj, you're not going to like it.
    I'll just go back and stare at this week's beautiful Entertainment Weekly cover some more.(Don't know what I'm talking about? See first post in this thread dated 9/11/09).

    Fall TV Preview 2009:The Office, One Tree Hill & Fringe:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDY8v4JQKwg

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    I wonder which moron on the writing staff came up with this lame idea.
    Viewers have no interest in a "love triangle".
    That crap is for soap operas, not science fiction dramas.
    There is great, "partner-like" chemistry between Olivia and Charlie.
    To toss that aside to create a "love triangle" is just wrong.
    And I believe it will cost this show ratings.

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    I agree with you.
    Someone on the Fringe writing staff must be awfully young and not done their viewing homework. You and I mentioned before that the love triangle concept has been used countless times and in most cases turns out very badly and takes away from the show-takes your thoughts and attention from other awfully good things going on in a show, because your brain is reacting to the stupidty of the triangle.
    I am just surprised that Jeff Pinkner (and any of the other executive producers) allowed this because from what I've read Jeff P. seems like a logical guy.

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