posted on Jan, 22 2013 @ 09:21 PM
I have been a huge Fringe fan. I didn't watch it at first - didn't know about it. Then when I did notice commercials for it or flipped past it, I
thought it was off and hard to follow. And then one night, I was bored and watched a full episode and realized what I had been missing. Hooked!
The finale was not what I thought it would be, but it seemed to be just what it needed to be. If that makes any sense.
I really was sad to see September hit. I had tears when his son brought out that music box.
Each character had such powerful, heroic personalities--in softer, more intellectual ways than a typical TV hero/heroine.
I will MISS this program. It sometimes felt like we were all receiving truth about the world written somehow into the stories through symbolism,
scenery, music, and so forth. Not saying we were (okay that would be crazy but saying it felt so special to watch such a unique show that while so
sci-fi in nature, didn't drip with stereotypical treatments of sci-fi, nor did it venture too far into sentimental mush, action/chase, or drama.
Okay, stopping now, too tired to make sense