Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Television Scene of the Week

Last week brought us many great scenes as we had a lot of great television episodes flying around. Fringe blew minds and started a movement to get people caught up on the show before it returns in January, Walking Dead ended its first season and Community let Alison Brie & Don Glover shine while simultaneously referencing the shit out of Farscape of all things. We also saw the premiere of Top Chef: All Stars, possibly the greatest reality competition program to ever grace the small screen, and 90210's first and far from last gay kiss between Trevor Donovan's Teddy and the ADORBZ Kyle Riabko as I don't know his character's name. But which one is the winner?

It came down to either this or the Lori/Shane in the Library scene from Walking Dead. Don't watch if you aren't caught up on Fringe. AND ALSO PLEASE CATCH UP ON FRINGE. I've said it once, I'll say it again. Note: This is not a scene that seems exceptional out of context. Subtext is EVERYTHING in this clip and it had me sobbing my face off.


anjali said...

I totally agree. The happiness on Olivia's face and the guilt on Peter's. This show is incredible!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Eleni said...

So good! Fringe has definitely become my favorite show on TV right now.

I will say, though, that at the beginning of the season (even end of last season), I told Peter (yes, I talk to characters on the TV screen) that he had one episode to figure out the deception. Needless to say, I was very disappointed in him. At least Charlie suspected enough to test Olivia (though of course her situation was different and she passed). Oh well, it was all done well enough that I'm willing to go with it.