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I have only two words for you, John Noble, John Noble and yes you guessed it, John Noble.
Many people will tell you "its X-files without out the X" but these same people will also say "Lost- why would I watch a show about people on an island".
Fringe brings great story together along with an entertaining cast, John Noble really brings his A-Game and shines through the eccentric and senile Walter Bishop. I would go so far as to say to watch Fringe if only to witness his superb portrayal of the character.
The characters will keep you entertained, the story will keep you on your toes and scientific experiments will blow you away.
This is a show not to be missed!
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