As I continue to try to figure out a battle plan for Thursday night TV - a four-car pile-up that won't be helped if the Yankees stick around in the playoffs long enough to play some Thursday games - reviews of some shows on the night are gonna be delayed. I finally got through "Fringe" this morning, and I've got some brief spoilers coming up just as soon as I stop being such a Grinch...
"Dream Logic," like its villain, had a bit of a Jekyll and Hyde problem. There were some very good parts, mostly involving the waking nightmare sequences and Olivia's business card therapy, but other parts that didn't make a lot of sense, even by the dream logic that "Fringe" tends to apply to its own plots. I didn't buy Olivia's explanation for the dream doc's split personality, and the whole business with Walter drugging Keith Dudemeister(*) to experiment on him and no one - including Astrid, who's allegedly an FBI agent - doing anything about it either during or after the fact was just silly.
(*) That's a "Scrubs" reference, for the confused.
But as standalone "Fringe" episodes go, it was gripping enough, and the glimpse of Peter's abduction from Earth-WTC suggested some intense stuff is going to go down once Peter stumbles across the truth about his "father."
What did everybody else think?