“One of the reasons I like Fringe so much is that it is fearless, in a time when cutting-edge television is supposed to be dark/edgy/pessimistic, about asserting the notion that life is a never-ending wonder capable of healing souls and bringing people together in inexplicable ways. Fringe works in the sci-fi, speculative-fiction genre to work out themes of unity and duality, the spirit and the soul, love and the agony of love’s absence.”
— Ken Tucker, Entertainment Weekly (x)

Oct 1515 notes#fringe#subject 9#recap#ken tucker#entertainment weekly
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