What’s On: Fringe Friday!

I just love Fringe Fridays, especially now that Fringe’s renewal isn’t in question anymore I can relax and bask in the gloriousness that is Fringe. With only two episodes left, and the fates of the universes hanging in the balance it’s leading up to be a fantastic endgame. Here are our recommendations for tonight, Friday April 29 2011.

The Best:

Smallville “Dominion” 8:00 on CW

Clark and Oliver go into the phantom zone to make sure its secure in light of Slade escaping. Upon entering they are taken to the leader of the Phantom Zone, a furious and vengeful General Zod (returning castmember Callum Blue). This episode, the fourth last also marks the directorial debut of castmember Justin Hartley.

Fringe “The Last Sam Weiss” 9:00 on CW

Since Olivia first returned from Over There she’s been meeting with the mysterious Sam Weiss (played by the wily Kevin Corrigan), a bowling alley manager who seems to know an awful lot about the alt-universes, the doomsday machine and may or may not be one of the mysterious First People. He helped Nina come to terms with her bionic hand, helped Olivia walk again and even helped her get over the death of Charlie Francis. Check out the promo, clip and Sam Weiss info session with the producers.

The Rest:

Friday Night Lights 8:00 on NBC – If you’re a mega fan you’ve already seen the Family/Sports drama’s final season.

Kitchen Nightmares 8:00 on FOX – Ramsey yells a bunch, makes people feel like crap before making them feel good.

Shark Tank 8:00 on ABC – Everyone else calls this Dragon’s Den… you always have to be so different.

CSI:NY 9:00 on CBS – I miss Melina Kanakaredes, not that I watched this with her on it – I just miss knowing she was working.

Supernatural 9:00 on CW – Sam and Dean fight a Demonic version of their dead mother.

Camelot 10:00 on Starz – I found the sword story in the last episode ridiculous, like something out of a Coen Bros. film but lacking their sense of humour and finesse.

Blue Bloods 10:00 on CBS – Has been so bad lately it’s a shame. It still has the best police partners on TV. Regan and Curatola (above) are great together.


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