Author Archives: Quinn Tassin

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Five Thoughts on Fringe‘s “There’s More than One of Everything”

By | Oct 25, 2020 | Television

Welcome to Multiversity Comics’ Summer Binge of Fringe, a series that Parks and Recreation’s own Ben Wyatt once called “airtight.” Readers, we’ve made it to the finale which means summer is officially over. 1. An All-Timer Episode After the thrill ride that was the nineteenth episode, Fringe’s first season finale certainly does not disappoint. Where […]

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Five Thoughts on Fringe‘s “Midnight”

By | Oct 11, 2020 | Television

Welcome to Multiversity Comics’ Summer Binge of Fringe, a series that Parks and Recreation’s own Ben Wyatt once called “airtight.” This week, with the antepenultimate (yes, I did have to google that) episode of the season, the show delivers an exciting conspiracy and takes some small but meaningful steps forward in the season arc. 1. […]

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Five Thoughts on Fringe‘s “Bad Dreams”

By | Oct 4, 2020 | Television

Welcome to Multiversity Comics’ Summer Binge of Fringe, a series that Parks and Recreation’s own Ben Wyatt once called “airtight.” This week, we’re finally back to some good, fun, dynamic material that makes real progress on the season-scale. 1. Thank Goodness Oh my, did I breathe a sigh of relief when I watched “Bad Dreams.” […]

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Five Thoughts on Fringe‘s “Unleashed”

By | Sep 27, 2020 | Television

Welcome to Multiversity Comics’ Summer Binge of Fringe, a series that Parks and Recreation’s own Ben Wyatt once called “airtight.” This week, we get another underwhelming one-off installment and oh my goodness do we need less of this. 1. Double Ugh *Sad DJ Khaled voice* Another one. Sadly, friends, we get another weak episode of […]

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Five Thoughts on Fringe‘s “Inner Child”

By | Sep 20, 2020 | Television

Welcome to Multiversity Comics’ Summer Binge of Fringe, a series that Parks and Recreation’s own Ben Wyatt once called “airtight.” The show’s fifteenth episode is a fine one, but it also firmly steps on the brakes after a propulsive installment last week. 1. Ugh “Inner Child” is fine. It’s got a solid premise and the […]

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