I thought it was whatshername from Sons of Anarchy!
When she first walked on the roof I thought she was Ann Heish from HBO's Hung. I'm sure I didn't spell her name right.You're both wrong...it's whatshername from Deadwood!
Actually I thought Torv got Nimoy's cadence down pretty well.Ugh, a full hour of "Walter, there is too much pepper in my paprikash. But I would be proud to partake of your pecan pie."
Torv's poor impression aside, I enjoyed the episode. Ironic that it featured whatshername from Caprica and the storyline involved a bomb on a train.
As I said last week, it was a second-rate impersonation...good enough to know who she's trying to do, but not good enough to impress you with how good it was.Actually I thought Torv got Nimoy's cadence down pretty well.
we have a winnah!You're both wrong...it's whatshername from Deadwood!
I kept thinking he looked familiar. Knew I'd seen him somewhere. Duh, it was on this very show!After finally putting two and two together about who Lincoln was, I can see how the glasses worked so well for Clark Kent all these years.
To Torv's credit, she also changed her body language some as well.I didn't mind Torv's impression of Nimoy so much. And I enjoyed the friendship between Walter and Bellivia. It was great for Walter to have someone to get high with.
But I hope they don't drag it out too long, either.
In other Fringe news, I've read that despite Leonard Nimoy's retirement, he will be back for another appearance as William Bell.
I wish I'd paid more attention to the wording of what he said. I wonder if it was really a reference to him returning, or just a misdirect that was really about Bell returning (as a disembodied ghost living in Olivia)?
FYP......I want some of what he's smoking. I bet he grows some pretty good BOOBS.