Twin Peaks

peggy lipton passed away

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The Return feels ever more like The Farewell as time goes on

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awww :frowning:

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It was so great to find out 10 is “the number of completion” in the new season but now I need to know what 5, 9, and especially what 6, 7, 8 mean to lynch

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Coop turning left at the double R to get to laura’s house in the last episode really threw off my internal map of the town

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New Dean Hurley.


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cool and good


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VFX house gives brief descriptions of each of the shots they created for season 3.

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You ever just drinking your afternoon coffee and suddenly think about what a shitty villain Windom Earle was?

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I finished this last night and the passage of time as depicted within is kind of crushing to me. Half these actors are dead now. Something I really appreciated about this was the way it kind of reaffirms the soap opera stuff as essential to ~what twin peaks is~, I was initially expecting something like 18 hours of fire walk with me. Idk I scrolled this whole thread.

Fire walk with me might be my fav chapter of the twin peaks saga though, idk.

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TwinimePeaks

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did you watch the fwwm deleted scenes I feel like there as important as any other piece of the show but they don’t seem to get their due. a good bridge between fwwm and s3.

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Yesssss, it’s good

Yeah, I liked Twin Peaks season 3 a lot, but one of the things that sticks with me the most is how much it is about aging and the passage of time and impermanence. It’s all written on every actor’s face.

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it’s the only reunion show honest enough to directly confront the past it’s ostensibly there to recreate, the one that won’t lie to us

The frustrated character reappearances, the good Cooper, obviously, but even more deeply, lost Audrey, force us to confront that we can’t have what we wanted, that our desire was a perverse expectation of indulgent consumer entertainment.

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