Is Fringe really moving its production from New York City to Canada?
— Hap MICKEY: Assuming that there will be a second season of Fringe (which I’m hearing we can assume), yes. Sadly, I’m hearing that my fair city has become a little less fair on the subject of tax breaks for television productions, which necessitated a move to Vancouver. The real question: Does Vancouver look more like Boston than New York City does? Eh. The fans of Smallville’s Lois and Clark are dying for a “Clois” scoop. Please tell us something wonderful cough-kiss-cough happens in the finale? — Heinzy MATT: Yet again you twist my arm and make me Q&A Erica Durance. Now while she was thoroughly handcuffed as to what she could say about the finale, she had plenty to share about this week’s episode, “Stiletto.” As Lois lands her first one-on-one with the mysterious Red-Blue Blur, Erica says, “What’s lovely is you get to see Clark see Lois in a totally different light —totally smitten and sweet, with all of her barriers down — and that is really romantic.” As a result, “Clark becomes c