also petition for: 2 extra hours of stxii photage featuring nothing but bones mccoy
LIKE LIKE LIKE. We couldn’t have had the Bones, Scotty and Uhura show?
fic: you who fly with them / you who are neither before nor after [Fringe]
So normally I post fic to LJ/DW as well as the AO3, but not this one for reasons that will shortly become very apparent. I wrote this in response to someone else on Tumblr who made the observation at the end of Fringe, everybody lives (everybody minus one). I have had that thought rolling around in my mind like a marble. 12,000 words and a LOT of HTML later, here we are.
fic:: you who fly with them / you who are nether before nor after
12,000w, Fringe, gen, Peter/Olivia, September, Astrid, Nina, Sam Weiss and others.
so daniel died again that’s a thing that happened
is this the bit where michael shanks got in a fight with mgm over his role and ended up leaving for a while and then coming back or is this a short bit hM
No, you’re right - he’s gone for a season now. “Meridian”, god! Haven’t thought about it in years but it cut me up at the time. Daniel, I will always love you.
Sometimes I just think about how in 2050 I will be 55 years old and I’ll just sit down on the 1st of January and watch the pilot episode of M*A*S*H and cry rivers of tears because KOREA 1950 A HUNDRED YEARS AGO
oh my heart.
(yet another) Fringe canon question
Oh here we go again. Okay, so I asked you guys a while ago when it becomes clear that a) September has a name; b) what it is; and c) that our heroes know what it is. The answers were: in “August”, it becomes clear that September does have a name and it’s quite likely to be one of the months of the year; in “Making Angels”, the other Observers refer to September by name; and in “The End of All Things”, September himself gives his name to Peter.
So far, so hoopy, but I was still bothered by something in the back of my mind. And here it is! In “Brown Betty”, in the universe of Walter’s creation, Walter names September “Gemini”. Okay, obvious resonance, well done, show. But it does sort of imply he knew about the temporal-theme naming before anyone else, right?