“Fringe” Borrowing from past anthology-style genre shows such as “The X-Files,” the developing mythology within “Fringe” grew from weekly explorations of weirdness into a romantic tragedy that explores betrayal, despair, love and forgiveness, all within the framework of parallel universes colliding, each threatening the existence of the other. As complex and creepy as it can seem at times, the reasons “Fringe” continues to fascinate us are fairly simple: at its center, it’s about all the ways human emotions can bind, destroy, heal and sustain us. And thanks to John Noble’s not-quite-sane genius scientist Walter Bishop, “Fringe” never lets us forget how important it is to take time out for the sweet things in life…like, say, a good bowl of pudding. ”
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