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Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Kristin's scoop on Fringe and the vampire diaries

Emily in Tallahassee, Fla.: I'm not expecting a big makeout scene, but is there any hint of Olivia/Peter coming up in Fringe?
Ahem. Everybody must watch this week's Fringe (but especially you Emily in Tallahassee, Fla.) even if you've been wavering a bit on that series. Something that we've been waiting to see since the pilot finally (finally!) happens. The scenes in question are totally gratifying (albeit rushed a bit, when this subplot might have been better served with a little foreplay preamble), but then what we are given is snatched away again, in totally heartbreaking and perfect TV form. Excellent work, Bad Robots. Can't wait to see what happens next


Jessalyn in Butte, Neb.: I can't wait for next week's flashback episode of Vampire Diaries. Is anything revealing going to happen?
How does this sound? This week's The Vampire Diaries reveals one of the biggest secrets of all: What actually happened to make Damon and Stefan hate each other? "We get to see the incident that drove them apart for the first time," says show runner Julie Plec. Ooh, "the incident"? sounds a little Lostish! Also, we'll see Dexter's James Remar for the first time as Papa Salvatore. Let's just hope he lives by a very different code than Harry Morgan!

Dru in Chicago: Tell us more abut this Vampire Diaries "incident."
All right, but I feel the need to throw out another spoiler alert warning before revealing the following: The incident that tore Damon and Stefan apart involves their mutual love of a certain Elena look-alike vampire. Turns out, Stefan might inadvertently be the reason Katherine was locked up in the tomb, hence Damon's desire to free her, and his unexplained hatred of his little bro.

source : kristin eonline

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