I love this show. Of course, it's dreck but it's interesting, entertaining dreck. Like Lost, 24, and a few others, Fringe's stories are over the top nonsense, played with perfectly straight faces by a talented ensemble cast. I particularly like the girl agent, the mad doctor, and his long suffering, brilliant son. Blair Brown, as the Massive Dynamic executive is good, too.
Speaking of the son, I will be interested to learn what his medical history is. I am enjoying the developing relationship between him and the girl agent. Each of them clearly admires much about the other but is aware of the quirks, too, which makes them wary.