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FRINGE: Jasika Nicole on Astrid’s Life in 2036

October 11, 2012 by  

You’d think that after spending more than 20 years in amber, a character might be thrown for a loop or two about all of the shifts in the world around them. But for FRINGE’s Astrid, aside from objecting to a computer game not accepting her word as a legitimate option and having to deal with admittedly questionable food, she’s handling the change fairly well.

“She seems to be the most well-adjusted character in the television show,” Jasika Nicole (Astrid) — correctly — noted to reporters in the video below. But that’s not to say this new situation doesn’t fascinate her: “I think she is so intrigued that she’s living in the middle of a real Fringe event.”

Take a look at the video for more teases from Nicole, including why they need Astrid more than ever, why they’re “Fringe ninjas,” how Astrid is having to help piece the puzzle of the tapes together, why Walter’s in a “really rough area,” and more…

FRINGE airs Fridays at 9 PM on Fox.

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3 Responses to “FRINGE: Jasika Nicole on Astrid’s Life in 2036”

  1. Mário Cajé on October 13th, 2012 3:27 pm

    Love you, Jasika!
    You are an extraordinary actress and it’s a pleasure to watch you.

  2. Douglas Huesar on October 13th, 2012 4:08 pm

    Your work is refreshing as the scientist , with a sad heart I will be watch the end of the ‘Bestest’ series in my 60 yrs !

  3. Roy S on October 13th, 2012 7:18 pm

    I was in at Season 1, The story lines, the way the Actors brought the characters to life, the production standard, truelly blew me away week by week! The S.4 flashforward was so well done! Looking forward to S5. and not knowing its the last one, such an amazing Show deserves more. Thank you All.