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    Same with me @henryeatscereal . I caught the APC shirt but didn't spot the NIN.

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    Hey, did you guys notice that Obama's presidential portrait looks a whole hell of a lot like Major Briggs in the White Lodge?

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    Hey, did you guys notice that Obama's presidential portrait looks a whole hell of a lot like Major Briggs in the White Lodge?
    Lol
    https://www.instagram.com/p/BfJVZvuFX-X/

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    Hey y'all, I have a topic for discussion.
    Do you guys want more twin peaks or do you fear it will go sideways?
    And if you do want more of it, what would you like to see?

    As for me, I want more but I'm also scared it won't go down right.
    A couple more movies would be nice, and they could be Showtime originals or something. I think it would be great to see Kiefer Sutherland and Chris Isaak back again, and I also think that Michael Shannon was born to play a part in Twin Peaks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    Hey y'all, I have a topic for discussion.
    Do you guys want more twin peaks or do you fear it will go sideways?
    And if you do want more of it, what would you like to see?

    As for me, I want more but I'm also scared it won't go down right.
    A couple more movies would be nice, and they could be Showtime originals or something. I think it would be great to see Kiefer Sutherland and Chris Isaak back again, and I also think that Michael Shannon was born to play a part in Twin Peaks.
    I think that we have to have a reasonable expectation that more Twin Peaks equals a resolution to what we saw at the end of the third season and that we'll be left with a new mystery and ending point that won't resolve itself if there's another season. I don't see Twin Peaks as now being something that has an ending unless we, the audience, give it one. It might have been the original intention when the show was first being produced to give it an ending, but now, I think it just keeps going and going.

    I'm personally torn on wanting more. I enjoyed getting to fill in the gaps on my own to see if they'd pay off or not, but also enjoyed being able to speculate on other things and not have to feel like there's anything invalidating about that speculation. I leave it in Lynch and Frost's hands on if they want to do more. I'm along for the ride either way.

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    I'm a little baffled that anyone thought Twin Peaks could have been a show where everything got tied up in a neat little bow. I'd love more Twin Peaks. I want my eyes to go wow and my brain to go WTF.

    I'm not sure it has to be a TV show though. A "make your own adventure" book (though done with way more care than The Final Dossier" or a video game would be interesting.

    Or some kind of Official Merchandise acid I can drop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by icklekitty View Post
    I'm a little baffled that anyone thought Twin Peaks could have been a show where everything got tied up in a neat little bow. I'd love more Twin Peaks. I want my eyes to go wow and my brain to go WTF.

    I'm not sure it has to be a TV show though. A "make your own adventure" book (though done with way more care than The Final Dossier" or a video game would be interesting.

    Or some kind of Official Merchandise acid I can drop.
    yeah I feel you. To me, Twin Peaks is more about surrealism and style than plot, ultimately. And I certainly don't think it ends.

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    I am always, always up for another slice of cherry pie.

    It felt like we were leaving the town with such finality though. I'm open to it, but would it really be Twin Peaks if we left Twin Peaks?

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    As i said in earlier pages i would love to see a follow up, i think Lynch still have lots of things to say and the series ended up as his platform for experimenting and continuing his growth as an artist.

    Of course he can do another film, but i think the "series format" fit his current work better.

    So: yes, i'm up for a new TP as long as Lynch is directing again.
    If either Lynch or Frosh aren't available, i'll say: let it die...
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    I'd be all for another run. But it has to be right for Lynch and Frost. If they decide not to, I'm fine with that as well. They tied up a bunch of loose ends. I don't need to do another one. But I wouldn't complain if they did. Especially if it's anything like the last ran. I just say take your time to lynch. If it's not coming together, don't do it.

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    It's perfect the way they left it. Reinvented television in the 90s, then returned 25 years later to turn everything on its head again. Don't monkey with it any further.

    Funny because everyone shits on the James-Evelyn Marsh storyline, but I'd take that over Civil War Ben, Little Nicky or Super Nadine any day. At least James and Evelyn had remote Twin Peaks-ish vibes going for it..

    But if they do end up bringing it back, they definitely need to include Moira Kelly, Chris Isaak and Kiefer next time. Also, more Teakettle Phillip Jeffries, please..

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    Hmm it's a tough one.

    I'd certainly be keen to see more, as long it's all exactly as Frost and Lynch want it to be. I can't imagine where you'd start though, after that ending. I like the idea of returning to some different characters - whether that's Donna or Josie, or Chester and Sam. I'd also like to see more of Audrey, and that plot strand could be interesting to pick up. I can imagine maybe some stand alone episodes covering different characters rather than a whole new series - I don't think what we've seen for Series 3 can be repeated now - it has to be kept fresh.

    I won't hold my breath then, but I wouldn't be at all surprised if David decides to do something else Twin Peaks related.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prettybrokenspiral View Post
    Funny because everyone shits on the James-Evelyn Marsh storyline, but I'd take that over Civil War Ben, Little Nicky or Super Nadine any day. At least James and Evelyn had remote Twin Peaks-ish vibes going for it..
    I like the "Evelyn" story line and i agree that is very "Twin Peak-ish".

    In a way Evelyn is another "Laura Palmer", the point of that story shows how even running away, James will always find and fall for Laura...

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    It amazes me how awesome Fire Walk With Me is, even if it's lights-out dark with an ending that's as depressing as it gets. But fascinating how it precedes the events of the first two seasons, yet is pretty crucial (along with the Secret History book) to understanding some of the major elements of the 3rd season..

    One of my favorite scenes in the whole series is actually one of the Missing Pieces, when Norma and Ed are drunk in the truck, holding each other and listening to the radio. It exemplifies their whole storyline perfectly in just two minutes..

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    I like "The Return" parody better:


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    Twin Peaks - Spoilers

    couldn't see this already reported:

    Rest In Peace, Pamela Gidley (1965-2018)

    http://welcometotwinpeaks.com/actors...ley-1965-2018/


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    Twin Peaks - Spoilers

    Kyle MacLachlan Reveals Dale Cooper Was “A Little More Present” In The Script, Explains His Take On Season 3’s Ending In A Simple Hand Movement


    http://welcometotwinpeaks.com/actors...cooper-script/


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    Quote Originally Posted by InsecureSpike View Post
    Kyle MacLachlan Reveals Dale Cooper Was “A Little More Present” In The Script, Explains His Take On Season 3’s Ending In A Simple Hand Movement


    http://welcometotwinpeaks.com/actors...cooper-script/


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    I watched this, and i wonder: do you guys have any idea what he might have meant about Cooper being more present earlier in the series?

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    I watched this, and i wonder: do you guys have any idea what he might have meant about Cooper being more present earlier in the series?
    i think that he means cooper was going to "wake up" earlier in the timeline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    i think that he means cooper was going to "wake up" earlier in the timeline.
    and that's very possible. that's probably all there is to it.

    maybe i'm reading too much into it, BUT: i wondered if he meant that Cooper was somehow affecting events; that he was perhaps "present" in a different way, and it was originally going to be made clear.

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    Twin Peaks - Spoilers

    oops wrong thread....

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    Backed! This looks like fun and Catherine's story has always fascinated me.

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