Fringe is always entertaining. It’s never a wasted hour.
Seriously, if someone who had never watched Fringe tuned in for the first time last week, well, that would be bad. Oh, it was a fun and fine episode (and more proof that Paula Malcomson should continue getting work), but newbies would have laughed their asses off while simultaneously being very confused. Let’s just say that having Anna Torv do a sustained impression of Leonard Nimoy is more than just risky — it’s ludicrous. And yet, it was kind of interesting to see in a surreal way. Oh, and new character alert? Hmmm. Anyway, as noted in prior Power Rankings!, Fringe is always entertaining. It’s never a wasted hour. And that’s a welcome gift on Fridays.