They Gave Him a Shoutout on Last Night’s Fringe

Did you see JJ Abrams’ new show Fringe last night?

If you did, you may have missed a quick shout out to Bad Robot (production company behind Fringe) exec Dave Baronoff (C’99, L’02, Mask and Wig, AEPi ). Watch the short clip above to check it out (minute 7:35)!

The show is really well done and the characters and story are well developed.  The reviews also are great…
The New York Times says:
“… as pilots go, this one is sensational, an artful, suspenseful mix of horror, science fiction, layered conspiracies and extended car chases. “Fringe” sets out to stretch the boundaries of conventional network series. …”

The Hollywood Reporter says:
“… What really makes “Fringe” so promising is that it is potentially reminiscent, in a small way, of the battle-of-the-sexes charm that once made “Moonlighting” the best hour of TV of its time. ”

After I published this post,  Dr. Mark Milstein (C’97, Mask and Wig) notified me that he is quoted on the Popular Mechanics website regarding the scientific/medical accuracy of Fringe‘s Pilot episode.

Click here to see Mark’s response to “Can LSD and probe-laden tanks connect your brain to the comatose?”

Watch the entire exciting episode below!:

More of my posts about Dave here

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