John Noble

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When you were a kid, your parents kept certain difficult realities from you for your own good. Maybe they didn’t want you to know that they were having financial or marital problems. Or, it could have been that they didn’t think you were ready to know how sex worked or that you weren’t particularly cute. Whatever it was, they shielded you from it so you could enjoy your childhood. If TV networks, showrunners, and actors felt that same sense of parental responsibility toward their audiences, at least 10% of the anxiety in TV-watching life would be eliminated. If you’re a Community fan, then you undoubtedly know about this weird quasi/maybe-not-so-quasi feud between series creator Dan Harmon and Chevy Chase. If you aren’t a fan and don’t know what the hell I’m referring to (a) consider yourself lucky, (b) it’s about leaked voicemails and on-set behavior that suggest the two aren’t the chummiest of chums, and (c) the actual reasons behind the beef don’t matter as much as the fact that the beef is public knowledge now. And that hurts the show.



If you’re the writing team of Fringe, how do you follow up that amazing season finale? Come on in, I’ll tell you how…


After a series of mysterious bank robberies, a suspect is found embedded into a wall, causing Walter to realize that they have not only found a way to literally walk through walls, but are looking for something he’s made in the past.


Fringe: The Cure

This week on Fringe: A mysterious disease that scientists have been injecting into kidnap victims unravels Agent Dunham’s life yet again.


Fringe: Power Hungry

In the opening moments of “Power Hungry,” we happen upon one “Joseph Meegar,” a man with electro-magnetic powers that manifest themselves at the wrong time.


Fringe: The Arrival

This week on Fringe, we are introduced to a character called “The Observer,” a hairless man who has been present at the scene of many Pattern-related events.


Fringe: The Ghost Network

In this week’s episode, we are introduced to the psychic hotline Walter refers to as “The Ghost Network.”


Fringe: Same Old Story

This week on fringe: Modern day Jack-the-Rippers and latter day Super-Soldier experiments.


Control Freaks: TV Reviews with Attitude

Science fiction craziness and ominous intrigue abound in J. J. Abrams’ latest series about FBI Agents who investigate paranormal activities.

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