Fringe 4/29/10

Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by thebigmo, Apr 29, 2010.

  1. DevdogAZ

    DevdogAZ Give 'em Hell, Devils

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  2. Bierboy

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    As I said....nice to see her hair done in this episode. Now if they would just carry that over to the rest of the season's eps...
     
  3. Johnny Dancing

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    I loved it and I hate musicals. Although singing was very limited and I never thought of it as a musical. It was well integrated into what is going on in real life Fringe and did advance the story a bit.

    I think when shows do these episodes its to give the writers and actors a break from playing the same characters and have some fun while giving the audience a chance to catch it breath.
     
  4. steve614

    steve614 what ru lookin at?

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    Wouldn't follow logic. She's an FBI agent. She doesn't have time to fix her hair up before work. :p
     
  5. MickeS

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    Good point. It would definitely clash with the carefully created sense of realism that this show has.
     
  6. Keen

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    She had a bit part in The Pacific, and she was dressed up in '40s hair and dress. I didn't recognize her until I heard her voice. Had to go to IMDB to confirm it. She looked amazing.
     
  7. DevdogAZ

    DevdogAZ Give 'em Hell, Devils

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    I did the exact same thing. "Is that Anna Torv? Where's my iPhone?" Sure enough.
     
  8. photoshopgrl

    photoshopgrl Nerd Fashionista TCF Club

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    :D
     
  9. Dad

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    The second song was "The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys" by Traffic with Steve Winwood on vocals, the orginal for sure.

    And cast my vote as one who enjoyed it, for all the reasons already mentioned.
     
  10. mostman

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    Yep. Her...hair, yeah, was quite nice.
     
  11. cheesesteak

    cheesesteak Meh. TCF Club

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    It was the hat. Women don't wear cool hats any more.
     
  12. tewcewl

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    NO ONE wears cool hats anymore.
     
  13. danterner

    danterner Not it!

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  14. [NG]Owner

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    Time for a new nick, Johnny ...

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  15. spikedavis

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    Like:up:
     
  16. bengalfreak

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    I thought this episode was acceptable. It was kinda fun. Anna Torv cannot sing a bit though. Leonard Nimoy might have actually been better at singing than her. Not that I've ever heard Spock sing.

    Oh and whoever said this was the best musical show they've ever seen must have missed the Barney episode on How I Met Your Mother. It was classic.
     
  17. danterner

    danterner Not it!

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    Here you go:

     
  18. eddyj

    eddyj SeƱor Member TCF Club

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    I also thought I would not like it, but I was pleasantly surprised. And I loved the juxtaposition of old and new.
     

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