|Walt Henderson |
Agent Cooper is my hero.
Damn fine show, but I really wonder how TV execs okay'd this, did they know anything at all about Lynch before they agreed to produce it?
There were a lot of reasons why this was able to slip into the system. The WGA strike was one (that kind of makes Lynch a scab, but then again he is allowed to be because he's Lynch), the fact that Frost and Lynch had good results from the younger audiences who watched it was an even bigger reason. Bob Iger was actually a big fan of David Lynch's films, and he probably got it pounded into the other execs' heads that they had a big hit on their hands.
The national reaction to the airing of the pilot was so positive that they had no other choice put to let it live.
|Frank Rizzo |
"... and HOT!!"
THE WORM IS THE SPICE!!!!! ...oh, sorry.
"Black as midnight on a moonless night"
i'm saying this at a starbucks or something
when they ask how you like it, say "black... like my men"
then have Leslie Neilsen pop up in the background and say "I just want to say good luck... we're all counting on you" 500 times.
woUlD YoU LiKe SoMe CofFffEeE??
He'll always be Maud'Dib to me
Every character in this show was amazing... sooo wierd.
We may have figured out why you're hallucinating so much, Coop.
|Billy the Poet |
It wasn't long after Twin Peaks began that I started drinking coffee.
Now I have an irregular heartbeat.
No opening speech from the very first episode about how you can judge a place by its coffee?
This whole thing just wasn't put together very well.
"This suit burns better. Look!"
|Jeff Fries |
The David Lynch cameo reminds me of Harrison Ford pretending to be a Scottish Lord in The Last Crusade.
|Big Muddy |
Mädchen Amick's face startled me a little.
Damn good show. Years ahead of its time.
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