Have you ever been sitting on a bus while a long line of people boarding walks past you and wondered which one of them is being used as a biological weapon that will kill all of you?
Well if not, then you probably don’t watch enough Fringe.
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I watched 3 episodes of Fringe a while ago, “The New X-Files!”, and at that time I considered it a flop. Good to hear if it has gotten better since then.
Honestly, I loved it from the beginning, so I don’t know if you’d think it’s gotten better or if it’s just not your thing.
So I keep thinking about your comment, and I wonder if whoever called it “the new X-Files” might have ruined it for you.
It’s obviously got a similar premise in that it’s FBI agents investigating unexplained phenomena, but that’s basically where the similarities end. It’s got a very different approach and a very different feel.
I couldn’t say one is better than the other because I love both shows, but I do wonder if people would have liked Fringe better if they didn’t expect it to be X-Files.
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