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Anyone Interested in Retro-Deconstructions of Fringe Season 1?

Posted by Karl Withakay on May 13, 2011

Now that Fringe has concluded season three, the question arises of what to do with this blog during the off season.  Since I seem to have a hard time motivating myself to do anything more than the rare, occasional non-Fringe post, I am considering borrowing Polite Scott’s DVDs of Fringe season one (which aired before I created this blog) and doing retro-Deconstructions of those episodes on a semi-weekly basis.

So I decided to create a poll to see if anyone would be interested in me going back and doing Deconstruction reviews of the episodes of Fringe from season one.  It probably would have been a better idea to have posted this poll BEFORE the season finale, when I was still getting the heavier, in season traffic, but better late than never.

Please take a few seconds and vote, I’d appreciate the feedback, thanks.

By the way, I’m not sure why anyone would bother taking the time to participate in the poll if they decide to choose the third answer, but I figured it was a needed option, given the nature of the internet.  🙂

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