08-02-11 Vancouver . Anna Torv on Fringe Set
whoever made this… i love you.
Fringe - Meanwhile In the AU….
“Liv?” Charlie moved up beside her. “Wow. You look… beautiful. You ready for this?”
She smiled. How did one ready for this? This commitment, this love, this man…
“Yeah Charlie. I’m ready. Let’s do this.” He took her arm.
“By the way you,” she chuckled, “Your ugly mug makes anything look beautiful.”
Lunenburg mayor visits Haven set
KATE LOOK I SEE KATE *FLAIL*
Ok so is Lucas here dressed as himself or dressed like that for Nathan?He looks disheveled. Gives me hope for super depressed Nathan, it’s not nice but FUCK do I want it!
With Kate being there what does that mean about Jordan?!?! She better stay away from Nathan after what she did!
And YAY Bearded Dwight! Why couldn’t Nathan have a depression beard!?!?!
My theory is he’s still on leave form HPD following getting all shot up by that lovely lady to his right. Nathan seems to have depression scruff
I SEE DEPRESSION SCRUFF!
Oh, I like that theory a LOT. He does look pretty disheveled =P
I really hope we get the Jordan fallout and they don’t just sweep her back under the rug. That would be intensely interesting.
I dont’ think they would have brought KK back just to sweep her under the rug. Also, y’know, she tried to kill Nathan, then Duke killed her and she was sucked into the Barn so…I’m sure there’s loads of fallout
Well yeah duh =P I just hope she’s around for more than 4.01/02
I hope so. I know there’s Jennifer but it’d be nice to have more than Just Emily and the female cannon fodder of the year.
Nerdsbian? Nerdsbian! I just made a new word.
All Time Favourite Ships - 1. Polivia (Fringe)
*spoiler alert: do not read if you haven’t seen all episodes*
What’s the sexiest thing ever to be on television? A stubbled, wise-cracking, early-thirties Joshua Jackson of course! And if that’s not enough, the gorgeous and amazingly talented Australian, Anna Torv - who plays Jackson’s co-star the BAMF Olivia Dunham - is his will-they-won’t-they love interest in the spectacular sci-fi TV adventure that is Fringe.
So why would I say this is my number one all time favourite ship? Let’s start with Season One. From the Pilot the witty banter between FBI agent and rogue bilingual mystery man was captivating, and even though we had to painfully watch Olivia whine and moan about her past love - and IRL ex-husband - and former partner, all the viewers had high hopes for our little Polivia.
And then FINALLY, season two arrived. The banter continued but the sexual tension was brand new. And then in the fifteenth episode of the season, Jacksonville, my dreams came true. Finally Peter and Olivia were going to kiss! And even when their first kiss was interrupted by Olivia’s epiphany, I was hopeful that they’d jump right back where they’d left off.
But Fringe was never that nice.
Of course, Olivia would just have to see Peter glowing, and whilst blowing our minds, also squash any chance of Polivia happening anytime soon.
BUT THEN the finale of season two came along and my heart swelled with my favourite quote of the series “You belong with me”. Finally the kiss I was waiting for!
But did I mention Fringe was never that nice?
So again the writers yanked it all away by switching the two Olivias in season three and completely breaking my heart, mind you. And when Olivia returned, she of course was just as heart broken as the rest of us, and therefore a little less than excited to reignite the Polivia flame. But of course, that wasn’t the end, because when they did get back together in 6B, it wasn’t long before the writers ripped them apart again.
Not once that season even, but twice. First Olivia turns Bellivia - i.e. Anna Torv’s acting skills were exercised as she played Leonard Nimoy playing William Bell trapped inside Olivia Dunham (try explaining that to your friends) - right after Peter opens up in an adorable Polivia moment for the history books. And even after Peter and Walter go into her MIND to save her from the midst of black and grey clad subconscious warriors, the writers still wanted us all to cry ourselves to sleep. Because in the infamous season three finale, this time the writers actually tore Peter from the timeline, like actually freaking DELETED HIM FROM EXISTENCE.
That’s Fringe for you.
So although this was a pretty awesome plot line, it made for a pretty sad season break and first five episodes. I missed my Josh, and even though there were slight glimpses and promises that he’d return to the show, I still feared Polivia might never get to see the light of day before Fox pulled the plug on my favourite show (like they seem to do every year).
But finally the writers decided to throw us a bone and season four turned into the season of Polivia, with even a steamy sex-dream on Olivia’s part that may go down as the hottest scene ever to be played on television. They were adorable, angsty, bad ass - everything I loved about my Polivia.
I won’t say much about Season Five, mostly because it wasn’t quite as amazing as season four, but it was full of some good angsty parental love and even some Peter-gone-observer goodness.
So with that, I give you the first installment of the All Time Favourite Ships series. I’ll be releasing the next one shortly, can you guess who they’ll be? (here’s a hint: True Love)
OUAT gradually lost 4 million viewers between S2’s first episode and finale.
And they seriously think that, after S1’s huge success, changing everything completely and abandoning one of their most popular and beloved characters/actors will gain them back the lost audience?