God, she’s going to go on Facebook and offhandedly brag about her kid in every status update, isn’t she?
But seriously, so much ugly crying even looking at these gifs.
For (and from) the lazy, here are our recaps in one handy list:
Returns: September 28 at 8 PM on Fox
What to Expect: Season 5 will be the final season (though a spin-off or a movie isn’t out of the question, apparently), and there’s so much ground to cover that the alternate universe won’t be playing a very big part at all. What’s more is that the season will continue with the flash-forward episode from last season, taking place in the year 2036. Georgina Haig will return in some capacity, but everyone is keeping hush-hush about Lincoln Lee.
Will We Watch It? Yup, we have lots of questions left over, and the writers promised to answer all of them before the series ends. We’ve heard that one before, but we really want to believe it.
Read more: Fall TV Preview 2012: Returning Shows
The votes are in, and we’re at the final round of the 2012 Tubey Awards. Today, you can vote in 13 categories, including Best Drama, whose nominees are Breaking Bad, Castle, Downton Abbey, Fringe, Game of Thrones, Mad Men, Revenge, Sherlock, The Good Wife and The Vampire Diaries.
Four big categories are up in this week’s round of the 2012 Tubey Awards: Best Single Episode (both Comedy and Drama), Worst Romantic Relationship and, of course, Best Romantic Relationship.
I know it’s not easy to choose between Abed & Hilda (Community), Ben & Leslie (Parks and Recreation), Amy & Rory (Doctor Who), Brad & Jane (Happy Endings), Blaine & Kurt (Glee), Caleb & Hanna (Pretty Little Liars) Olivia & Peter (Fringe) and Shae & Tyrion (Game of Thrones)… especially given there’s way more nominees than them.
Walter, listening to her report from the lab, says that could have happened post-mortem, but Astrid can’t understand a word he says because he’s busy stuffing his face with “Onion rings from Sully’s.” I was going to ask if “Sully’s” is a real place in Boston, and then I realized that there are probably dozens of places in Boston called “Sully’s.”
The door is opened by a man in a shirt and underwear with a bagel stuffed in his gob, excusing his not-ready-yetness on the toaster for “acting up,” and then we get one of those scenes of domestic chaos where two children start climbing all over Lincoln Lee, who they’re very excited to see, and then everyone talks about toast for like an hour as if Quentin Tarantino were writing an episode of Everybody Loves Raymond, and now one of the kids is shoving a box with air-holes poked in it in Lincoln Lee’s face, and now in comes the mom to shoo everyone on their way, and Lincoln Lee is still being snotty about Danzig (played by Joe Flanigan, who was in Stargate: The Next Generation or whatever if that means anything to anyone), who is pointing out that sarcastic people get more illnesses.
- Daniel, Fringe 4-1 “Neither Her Nor Their” Recap