Originally Posted by KC Fish
Yeah. I can definitely understand that. They were quite brash in their scientific defiance of religion. There was one point when Walter was talking to a priest that almost had me giggling at the bias on display. The X-Files used to play on that, but was always careful not to completely dismiss or make fun of the idea of religion. They even threw in a religious episode now and then with Scully, and toyed with religious elements showing both sides. Fringe whipped out a scientific cock and pissed all over it with a jolly laugh...
I liked it...
I thought it was a little more conciliatory than that. First off, Walter going off was about a single arcane [if sensationalized in entertainment] aspect of one religion [exorcism perhaps being misdignosed transferrence of the energy of the dying for those who didn't watch]. Then Walter admitting that in the end he has any number things he has to take on faith as well at the end.
The turkey twerked his tired tail
The cranberries comboed well with cooked kale
And sad Scotty Scott sadly sat, slowly singing 'Vicky Vale, Vicky Vale.'