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2012-02-28 10:48:25 AM  
I was too busy etching malware onto bone to read this article.
 
2012-02-28 10:50:53 AM  
I don't want Fringe to end.
 
2012-02-28 10:57:25 AM  
Fringe has gone from retarded monster of the week drivel to something with a somewhat intriguing plot, of course its going to get canned.
 
2012-02-28 10:57:33 AM  
I don't even own a tv
 
2012-02-28 10:59:47 AM  
Too bad Bones sucks. Seriously, are we going to have to endure the person with no personal skills is really good at their job shows forever?
 
2012-02-28 11:00:58 AM  
Waiting for the Bones episode where Bones and Anglia get it on overnight and Bones explains how it's normal for two women to explore their sexuality.
 
2012-02-28 11:02:31 AM  
Shoot, I stopped watching Bones before I stopped watching House.

I only stopped watching Fringe this year. Maybe someday I'll watch the rest of it on Netflix. They lost me with the Disappearing Peter (hehe) part.
 
2012-02-28 11:03:50 AM  
I heard talk last week that Fringe could be getting a truncated 15-episode season next year to wrap it up. More rumor, but I'm clinging to any hope at this point.

Of course the Finder, Glee, and American Idol Season 34 will undoubtedly be picked up first...
 
2012-02-28 11:05:45 AM  
Too bad that Bones is going downhill fast after Emily Deschanel's pregnancy. I saw somewhere that it's not starting again until April 4...the last episode aired in early Janury, if memory serves.
 
2012-02-28 11:06:46 AM  
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Let's see - we appeal to the stereotypical `computer nerd' demographic who shun network television viewing in favour of downloading the show sans commercials...
Ah hell - we're boned!
 
2012-02-28 11:06:49 AM  
The last episode of Fringe was awesome, especially the twist with Nina and September explaining a few things to Peter. What I don't get though is why Peter is still convinced that there's a 3rd reality where his Olivia is waiting for him?

The first episode of Touch was pretty good too. I'm just not sure how long they can keep up the mystery numbers or the week premise without it getting stale. I wonder if they're also going to explore how some people have these abilities in the first place.
 
2012-02-28 11:08:40 AM  

9beers: The first episode of Touch was pretty good too. I'm just not sure how long they can keep up the mystery numbers or the week premise without it getting stale. I wonder if they're also going to explore how some people have these abilities in the first place.


I've been debating whether or not to try that show out. Does Jack Bauer keep it interesting or is it going nowhere? I watched the free download of Awake and that looks like it has potential.
 
2012-02-28 11:08:45 AM  

Time Traveling Bunnies: I heard talk last week that Fringe could be getting a truncated 15-episode season next year to wrap it up. More rumor, but I'm clinging to any hope at this point.

Of course the Finder, Glee, and American Idol Season 34 will undoubtedly be picked up first...


I'll go with that. Right now, it's in "wrap it up" mode.

Jared Harris plays the best badass/milquetoast combo roles currently. He's why I'm sticking around.

/want to see a Fringe/Finder crossover
 
2012-02-28 11:09:24 AM  

Time Traveling Bunnies: Of course the Finder, Glee, and American Idol Season 34 will undoubtedly be picked up first..


I don't know anything about Finder. But Glee and American Idol will get picked up first because they make dickloads of money.

FWIW, networks aren't trying to punish *you* by canceling the show *you* like. You just like shows that aren't profitable.

Believe me I know the feeling, only for me it's usually more comedies. I called the death of "Better off Ted" 2 episodes in - "I like this show too much, this is too good. It is not long for this world, no one will watch it."

Well-crafted, more niche television just really doesn't have a place on networks anymore, it doesn't work within the profit model they use in general (there are always exceptions). The system is really set up now where the only things that can really survive on network television are: Procedural Dramas, Reality Competition Shows, and laugh-tracked multi-cam formulaic sitcoms.

We are (IMHO) living in a golden age of television right now and almost none of it is happening on the networks.
 
2012-02-28 11:12:04 AM  
I made it through the first epsidode of Bones. Fell asleep partway through the second. They lost me with the magic hologram box.
 
2012-02-28 11:15:16 AM  

The Homer Tax: Well-crafted, more niche television just really doesn't have a place on networks anymore, it doesn't work within the profit model they use in general (there are always exceptions).


Sadly this is true. At least we had four years of a good thing with Fringe. After the eventual deaths of Community and Fringe, I'll have to permanently switch to AMC, FX, TNT, USA, and HBO.

BBC however has a remarkable record of shows. Even their procedural dramas feel lightyears ahead of US television. I'd rather pay the $20 for ten episodes of Luther than a full 24-ep season of most US shows.
 
2012-02-28 11:16:00 AM  

Time Traveling Bunnies: I've been debating whether or not to try that show out. Does Jack Bauer keep it interesting or is it going nowhere?


Hard to say after only one episode. I'd recommend the first episode though, it was pretty cool.
 
2012-02-28 11:17:36 AM  

9beers: What I don't get though is why Peter is still convinced that there's a 3rd reality where his Olivia is waiting for him?


Because everything else is wrong w/both sides in this universe. This Walter remembers Peter drowning in the lake. Walternate and his mother haven't seen him since he was a boy. Nobody in either Fringe divisions remembers him and there's absolutely no record of his existence anywhere. Olivia only began to remember "their" past after all the cortexophan dosings. Since "our" Olivia can travel between universes, it stands to reason that this one would be somehow connected.

Now, there's still room for the show to allow that there is no 3rd universe (because the Observers are messing things up or whatever) but there are plenty of reasons why Peter would think there is.
 
2012-02-28 11:18:49 AM  

PizzaJedi81: Too bad that Bones is going downhill fast after Emily Deschanel's pregnancy. I saw somewhere that it's not starting again until April 4...the last episode aired in early Janury, if memory serves.


That's Fox in a nutshell. Since Idol is on ALL programming gets usurped until Idol is done.

Fox needs to fix their "primetime" and just have the "news" at 11:00 like everyone else. Fox limiting "primetime" to 2/3 of the other networks impacts what shows it can run pretty badly.

/NBC still sucks
//Chuck ran about 1 season too long
 
2012-02-28 11:19:10 AM  

9beers: Time Traveling Bunnies: I've been debating whether or not to try that show out. Does Jack Bauer keep it interesting or is it going nowhere?

Hard to say after only one episode. I'd recommend the first episode though, it was pretty cool.


Okay cool. The adverts made it look like a supernatural version of Mercury Rising with a lot of Keifer doing his thing which in theory sounds awesome.
 
2012-02-28 11:24:20 AM  

brigid_fitch: Because everything else is wrong w/both sides in this universe.


September explained to him that he was erased from the timelines after having a baby with the wrong Olivia. Now that he's back, he knows that he was never meant to be with Bolivia which only leaves the other. Everything else can be explained by having been erased.
 
2012-02-28 11:25:30 AM  

Time Traveling Bunnies: The Homer Tax: Well-crafted, more niche television just really doesn't have a place on networks anymore, it doesn't work within the profit model they use in general (there are always exceptions).

Sadly this is true. At least we had four years of a good thing with Fringe. After the eventual deaths of Community and Fringe, I'll have to permanently switch to AMC, FX, TNT, USA, and HBO.

BBC however has a remarkable record of shows. Even their procedural dramas feel lightyears ahead of US television. I'd rather pay the $20 for ten episodes of Luther than a full 24-ep season of most US shows.


Licence fee, which funds the BBC currently runs at £145 per year. Worth it for Top Gear alone.
 
2012-02-28 11:35:46 AM  
I'm waiting for the Fringe/Bones crossover episode.
 
2012-02-28 11:48:16 AM  
Are there going to be more episodes of Bones where she's dressed as Wonder Woman? If so, I'll put it back on the DVR to-record list.
 
2012-02-28 12:01:51 PM  

PizzaJedi81: Too bad that Bones is going downhill fast


"Going"? "Fast"?

Jumped the shark a while back... too bad, too: TV needs more smart women who talk about more than shoes and dating, but I guess YMMV.

babysealclubber: Too bad Bones sucks. Seriously, are we going to have to endure the person with no personal skills is really good at their job shows forever?


Early on, it seemed to be better handled, and had a few catchy lines ("How am I supposed to know what you watched on television this morning?") and she had more depth ("You know how I was supposed to call you if someone asked about... you know... the thing?" "He says I'm supposed to sit here and wait, holding my notes.")... but it's morphed into her being clueless and bullheaded instead of brilliant and not relating.

And, much more gratingly, it's turned from "I am brilliant and not socially adept" to "I know nothing of culture and am amazed by 'normal' things!" which makes -zero- sense with a *farking*anthropologist*. We're supposed to buy that you know everything about 19th Century Fijian Canoe Builders, but popular American social memes are foreign and inscrutable?

But, fundamentally, it's really like they changed the writing team completely, or started using dimwitted focus groups or something a season or so back: You'd think X-Files would have taught, in perpetuity, the stupidity of having your two Weird Smart Cop Drama leads get romantically interested, let alone engaged. You'd think "OMG! I want a babby!" could be kept out of a show trying to be smarter / (pseudo-)science-y-er than all the CSI:YetAnotherCityWithTheSameFormula!s and L&O:SomebodyThinkOfTheBaby!s available elsewhere. And what happened to the interesting, and depth/background-adding "the lab co-worker is actually a billionaire conspiracy theorist"? They seemed to have thrown that entire character away (and, regrettably, replaced it with "the lab co-worker banged another co-worker and is now Super Daddy"... like we can't find that in pretty much any other crap soap opera).

Gah. I may have thought too much about this, but (a) that's likely a result of missing the Breaking Bad thread yesterday, and (b) it's annoying when a relatively smart show focused on relatively smart people turns into "Babby Factory LOL".

/ when does BB or Mad Men come back?
 
2012-02-28 12:06:11 PM  

brigid_fitch: 9beers: What I don't get though is why Peter is still convinced that there's a 3rd reality where his Olivia is waiting for him?

Because everything else is wrong w/both sides in this universe. This Walter remembers Peter drowning in the lake. Walternate and his mother haven't seen him since he was a boy. Nobody in either Fringe divisions remembers him and there's absolutely no record of his existence anywhere. Olivia only began to remember "their" past after all the cortexophan dosings. Since "our" Olivia can travel between universes, it stands to reason that this one would be somehow connected.

Now, there's still room for the show to allow that there is no 3rd universe (because the Observers are messing things up or whatever) but there are plenty of reasons why Peter would think there is.


I'm just happy to learn the high probability that the Observers are related to Peter Bishop. Something about his DNA and Olivia's along with her abilities created a substring of humans that led to the eventual ability in future humans to exist outside/alongside space/time.

At least that's what I think they were alluding to.
 
2012-02-28 12:07:35 PM  

Time Traveling Bunnies: BBC however has a remarkable record of shows. Even their procedural dramas feel lightyears ahead of US television


Right, well BBC doesn't really have that same profit model. That's why they don't really do seasons, they do "serieses" (serii?) of varying length. In general, they do what it takes to get the story told.

There's a for-profit TV station in England, I forget what it's called like ITV or something. They're the people who do "Downton Abbey" which I have never seen but a lot of people apparently like. What's interesting now though is that I hear it's kind of falling into some of the same trappings of US network shows, namely some aspects of the plot are starting to feel "stretched" in order to meet a certain number of episodes to justify the number of commercials they need to fund the show. You gotta feed the beast, and sometimes that comes at the expense of quality.

Random Recommendation: "Peep Show" was my most recent Netflix Instant jag. Really, really, funny exceptionally well made show. It takes a few episodes to get adjusted to the way they shoot the show and to get to know the characters and everything, but by like episode 5 of the first season I was choking because I was laughing so hard.

Super Hans FTW.
 
2012-02-28 12:10:47 PM  

hurdboy: Are there going to be more episodes of Bones where she's dressed as Wonder Woman? If so, I'll put it back on the DVR to-record list.


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Yes, please. Even though I hate red lipstick, I do love real boobies.
 
2012-02-28 12:11:15 PM  

SFSailor: Mad Men come back?


March 25th
 
2012-02-28 12:16:51 PM  

babysealclubber: Too bad Bones sucks. Seriously, are we going to have to endure the person with no personal skills is really good at their job shows forever?


Shows like "Bones" make me despair for humanity. It curdles my blood knowing that there's an entire segment of the American population who's idea of entertainment is to tune into these moronic Procedural show for their weekly dose of Dead Raped Child.
 
2012-02-28 12:21:11 PM  

SFSailor: PizzaJedi81: Too bad that Bones is going downhill fast

"Going"? "Fast"?

Jumped the shark a while back... too bad, too: TV needs more smart women who talk about more than shoes and dating, but I guess YMMV.

babysealclubber: Too bad Bones sucks. Seriously, are we going to have to endure the person with no personal skills is really good at their job shows forever?

Early on, it seemed to be better handled, and had a few catchy lines ("How am I supposed to know what you watched on television this morning?") and she had more depth ("You know how I was supposed to call you if someone asked about... you know... the thing?" "He says I'm supposed to sit here and wait, holding my notes.")... but it's morphed into her being clueless and bullheaded instead of brilliant and not relating.

And, much more gratingly, it's turned from "I am brilliant and not socially adept" to "I know nothing of culture and am amazed by 'normal' things!" which makes -zero- sense with a *farking*anthropologist*. We're supposed to buy that you know everything about 19th Century Fijian Canoe Builders, but popular American social memes are foreign and inscrutable?

But, fundamentally, it's really like they changed the writing team completely, or started using dimwitted focus groups or something a season or so back: You'd think X-Files would have taught, in perpetuity, the stupidity of having your two Weird Smart Cop Drama leads get romantically interested, let alone engaged. You'd think "OMG! I want a babby!" could be kept out of a show trying to be smarter / (pseudo-)science-y-er than all the CSI:YetAnotherCityWithTheSameFormula!s and L&O:SomebodyThinkOfTheBaby!s available elsewhere. And what happened to the interesting, and depth/background-adding "the lab co-worker is actually a billionaire conspiracy theorist"? They seemed to have thrown that entire character away (and, regrettably, replaced it with "the lab co-worker banged another co-worker and is now Super Daddy"... like we can't find t ...



Sums up a lot of my problems with Bones, too, now that I've watched a lot of the episodes on Netflix. (I didn't really give it a shot after they introduced the holographic-crime-recreation-thingy, and I had virtually no patience for reality-based crime shows using magical technology and going to trial just days after an arrest is made and omfg, this could so turn into a ran about CSI.)

As amusing as the Bones character can be on the show, however, it kind of takes me out of the story when I remember that if I worked with someone like her in real life I'd be plotting her slow, painful death.

And sadly, knowing that David Boreanaz is a cheating asshole douchenozzle in real life has really tainted my ability to watch him in anything and not think of him as a cheating asshole douchenozzle. Including Angel, which I love.

/former courts newspaper reporter
//It is sad as fark that prosecutors actually have to tell jurors that CSI is fictional
 
2012-02-28 12:23:17 PM  

The Homer Tax: Random Recommendation: "Peep Show"


Huh. I'll have to check that out. And chalk me up as another one of those people who like Downton Abbey. I was completely surprised by how quickly it sucked me in. Penny Arcades strip about it pretty much sums it up.
 
2012-02-28 12:25:33 PM  

9beers: brigid_fitch: Because everything else is wrong w/both sides in this universe.

September explained to him that he was erased from the timelines after having a baby with the wrong Olivia. Now that he's back, he knows that he was never meant to be with Bolivia which only leaves the other. Everything else can be explained by having been erased.


Ah, I see what you're saying. But the fact that this Olivia suddenly remembers our Olivia's past would probably reinforce Peter's belief in a 3rd (again the cortexaphan thing & Olivia's abilities would play a role). September also told him he's looked at all other futures (timelines) and that he's supposed to be w/Olivia. Again, numerous timelines. But I'm not really arguing w/you, just answering as to how Peter could think there's a 3rd Olivia out there.
 
2012-02-28 12:26:23 PM  

babysealclubber: Too bad Bones sucks. Seriously, are we going to have to endure the person with no personal skills is really good at their job shows forever?


Bones was alright for the first couple of seasons. It constantly irked me that she was soooo bad with people. Sorry, but with those skills, she might get the letters behind her name and the 'best in her field' recognition, but there's no way she'd get into a job that required her to work with others regularly. She'd be a freelance consultant at best.

To be honest, the last 2-3 years have been more about the supporting cast than anything for me.


At the end of last season, she cried and fell asleep with Sealy holding her. It was a nice moment. But BAM! they turned it around and, after the fact, announced they'd slept together!? And, when she tells him she's pregnant, his immediate reaction is a big goofy smile?! BULLSHIAT! Unless a couple is actively trying to get pregnant, that is not a natural reaction.

So long as they name the baby "Cousin Oliver", I'll be okay with it.
 
2012-02-28 12:28:24 PM  
Great bbc series on netflix.

Jekyll
Luther
Wire in the Blood
Sherlock
 
2012-02-28 12:28:28 PM  

Time Traveling Bunnies: Huh. I'll have to check that out. And chalk me up as another one of those people who like Downton Abbey. I was completely surprised by how quickly it sucked me in. Penny Arcades strip about it pretty much sums it up.


Downton Abbey is on my list. Between work and my one year old son, I only have so much time for TV, so I have to be selective.

My current Netflix Instant Jag is "Friday Night Lights." Holy shiat, what an amazing show.
 
2012-02-28 12:29:30 PM  

Mavent: babysealclubber: Too bad Bones sucks. Seriously, are we going to have to endure the person with no personal skills is really good at their job shows forever?

Shows like "Bones" make me despair for humanity. It curdles my blood knowing that there's an entire segment of the American population who's idea of entertainment is to tune into these moronic Procedural show for their weekly dose of Dead Raped Child.


You might want to take the TV habits of others a little less seriously.
 
2012-02-28 12:30:32 PM  

KingPsyz: brigid_fitch: 9beers: What I don't get though is why Peter is still convinced that there's a 3rd reality where his Olivia is waiting for him?

Because everything else is wrong w/both sides in this universe. This Walter remembers Peter drowning in the lake. Walternate and his mother haven't seen him since he was a boy. Nobody in either Fringe divisions remembers him and there's absolutely no record of his existence anywhere. Olivia only began to remember "their" past after all the cortexophan dosings. Since "our" Olivia can travel between universes, it stands to reason that this one would be somehow connected.

Now, there's still room for the show to allow that there is no 3rd universe (because the Observers are messing things up or whatever) but there are plenty of reasons why Peter would think there is.

I'm just happy to learn the high probability that the Observers are related to Peter Bishop. Something about his DNA and Olivia's along with her abilities created a substring of humans that led to the eventual ability in future humans to exist outside/alongside space/time.

At least that's what I think they were alluding to.


Yeah, I got the same impression. It would also explain why September told Peter he had to get back to his universe: he needs to be with an Olivia that got full dosages of Cortexiphan when she was younger to get the right Henry. Also, the way I see this playing out:

1) Peter uses the machine to undo the universe changes (or something similar)
2) Amber universe Olivia dies trying to get Peter home
 
2012-02-28 12:31:13 PM  

brigid_fitch: just answering as to how Peter could think there's a 3rd Olivia out there.


I wouldn't be surprised if they went there and introduced another universe.
 
2012-02-28 12:34:31 PM  

9beers: brigid_fitch: just answering as to how Peter could think there's a 3rd Olivia out there.

I wouldn't be surprised if they went there and introduced another universe.


There's got to be an easier way to distinguish all the Olivia's. All this talk of 3rd Olivia is confusing. We've already had original Olive, Red Olivia, Bell-livia, Amber Olivia, Other amber Olivia.

So you guys are saying there's a new one or he's trying to get back to original Olive?
 
2012-02-28 12:42:37 PM  

Time Traveling Bunnies: So you guys are saying there's a new one or he's trying to get back to original Olive?


Some people like to say that there are 4 of every character, one for each universe and one for each timeline. I'm not one of those people and only consider there to be 2 of each. I think that somehow Peter will finally remember who his Olivia is but I don't see them reverting back to the old timelines.
 
2012-02-28 12:48:08 PM  
Re: 3rd Olivia

There isn't a 3rd Olivia.

The Olivia in the current timeline IS his Olivia, but she's Olivia if Peter had never existed. It's still the same universe and the same Olivia. Different timeline, maybe, but not a different universe.

That's not what concerns me, though. What has me wondering what's going to happen next is the fact that the other Broyles is a shapeshifter and nobody knows it yet. That's going to cause lots of problems in the future.
 
2012-02-28 12:50:01 PM  

George_Spelvin: babysealclubber: Too bad Bones sucks. Seriously, are we going to have to endure the person with no personal skills is really good at their job shows forever?

Bones was alright for the first couple of seasons. It constantly irked me that she was soooo bad with people. Sorry, but with those skills, she might get the letters behind her name and the 'best in her field' recognition, but there's no way she'd get into a job that required her to work with others regularly. She'd be a freelance consultant at best.

To be honest, the last 2-3 years have been more about the supporting cast than anything for me.


At the end of last season, she cried and fell asleep with Sealy holding her. It was a nice moment. But BAM! they turned it around and, after the fact, announced they'd slept together!? And, when she tells him she's pregnant, his immediate reaction is a big goofy smile?! BULLSHIAT! Unless a couple is actively trying to get pregnant, that is not a natural reaction.

So long as they name the baby "Cousin Oliver", I'll be okay with it.


Sometimes, producers/show creators/writers have to take into account the real lives of their actors when making a script. As in the case with Bones and a baby, IIRC Emily Deschanel was pregnant at the time they recorded the episode(s) you mentioned, and by the time they were to start recording shows for the next season, she would be visibly pregnant. Since you can't simply hide her behind a desk or have her wear bulky sweatshirts throughout an entire episode, they had to write her real life circumstance into the script, somehow. And (backstory) seeing how Brennan wanted Booth to artificially inseminate her back in Season 4, and Booth was more than willing and eager, I'd say the "surprise, I'm pregnant!" angle is somewhat more feasible.
 
2012-02-28 12:50:19 PM  

Nihilist's Guide to Reticent Entropy: the other Broyles is a shapeshifter


What? Did I miss an episode or something?
 
2012-02-28 12:52:08 PM  
How is Monday at 8pm eastern a good time slot? The Voice and How I Met Your Mother are both ratings gold.
 
2012-02-28 12:53:55 PM  

Nihilist's Guide to Reticent Entropy: the other Broyles is a shapeshifter and nobody knows it yet


Yeah, I get the feeling that this time instead of sacrificing himself for Olivia to get home (like in the other timeline, uh universe... crap, previous season), we're gonna see Broyles do something that will lead to Olivia's murder and set off a whole bunch of craziness.
 
2012-02-28 12:54:46 PM  

9beers: Nihilist's Guide to Reticent Entropy: the other Broyles is a shapeshifter

What? Did I miss an episode or something?


Maybe back it off to 8 beers, pal! :)
 
2012-02-28 12:55:36 PM  

Time Traveling Bunnies: I heard talk last week that Fringe could be getting a truncated 15-episode season next year to wrap it up. More rumor, but I'm clinging to any hope at this point.


Dear Science, please let this happen!
 
2012-02-28 12:57:26 PM  

vrax: Maybe back it off to 8 beers, pal! :)


Alt Broyles died before Peter was erased from the timeline right? I don't think him being back necessarily means that he's a shape shifter.
 
2012-02-28 01:06:06 PM  

9beers: vrax: Maybe back it off to 8 beers, pal! :)

Alt Broyles died before Peter was erased from the timeline right? I don't think him being back necessarily means that he's a shape shifter.


There was an episode a few weeks back where at the end we see Broyles communicating with David Robert Jones. He's not necessarily a shapeshifter, but he's not a good Broyles we're used to.
 
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