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61default Re: Twin Peaks on Fri Sep 09, 2016 10:03 am

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@Poppy wrote:How interesting about PLL.

You can see the link in the script (in PLL, a popular teenage girl with dark secrets gets murdered at the beginning and, despite the death, she becomes an important character) but also in the "ambiance". An example :



Midsomer Murders is also similar to TP, according to me.

62default Re: Twin Peaks on Fri Sep 09, 2016 12:40 pm

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Yes, I can see the similarities, especially with PLL.    Sorry, have not heard of Midsomer Murders, but i can see the similarity too.

63default Re: Twin Peaks on Sat Sep 10, 2016 12:29 pm

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Midsomer Murders is famous in Western Europe.

I would like to show you these Simpsons videos too. It's a spoof of Twin Peaks. The first video refers to episodes that we haven't rewatched yet but the second video is about Cooper's dream in the very first episodes.



64default Re: Twin Peaks on Sun Sep 11, 2016 12:59 am

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haha!   Thanks for the Family Guy videos, Jeremy.  They were funny.  Homer:  "I have absolutely no idea what's going on."    Also:  "Don't eat the clues."  :big grin 

I'm late in watching the episode.   I'll try to get to it on Monday.  Sorry about that, Jeremy.

I was wondering about Midsomer Murders.  Thanks for letting me know, Jeremy.

65default Re: Twin Peaks on Sun Sep 11, 2016 3:56 am

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The Simpsons, not Family Guy :amused 

I've already rewatched the episode. I think it's the last episode before the season finale. So, it was intense. I'm just sad for what happened to the bird :cry

66default Re: Twin Peaks on Sun Sep 11, 2016 4:33 pm

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Oops.  I mean the Simpsons.  :big grin 

I will get to the next episode in the next couple of days.  I hope it's not too violent.    confused  Thanks for the warning, Jeremy.

67default Re: Twin Peaks on Sat Sep 17, 2016 11:35 am

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This episode was the most intense by far.  


Poor Wally.  :cry  The image of the blood on the donuts, organized in neat little stacks by Lucy.

The actor who plays Audrey, Sherilyn Fenn, did very well in her scenes.  Ha!  The cherry stem scene.   :amused   I like Audrey leading her own investigation.  She's sneaky and smart, and very skilled in the art of manipulation.  

Oops.  I accidentally gave away some of the plot regarding Agent Cooper and Wally's words.  I watched the first few minutes of the finale and I thought the incident happened in the prior episode.  Sorry Jeremy!
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Agent Cooper is good at manipulation too (although you can see the cavalier way Jacques talked about Laura was upsetting him).  I liked the way he tricked Jacques to giving him info about Wally's involvement with Laura.  We hear more about Laura's dark side from Jacques (also via the tapes she recorded that her friends are listening to).   The words that Wally uttered, that we know Laura said before her death.  :cry

Oops.  Deputy Andy's incident happened in the finale too!   So sorry, Jeremy.  Netflix starts the next episode, unless you stop it.  (And then I forget if something happened in the prior episode or the following episode).    I truly apologize about spoiling you, Jeremy.
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Deputy Andy saved Harry's life!  What a sharp shooter and so cool about shooting Jacques.  Is there some pent-up anger in Andy because of Lucy's cold treatment.  He looked surprisingly cool about shooting Jacques.  (And we can guess why Lucy is upset, given the the doctor's phone call?)

The scene with Maddy waiting alone in the dark for James and Donna to return was a bit tense.  I was worried for her safety.


I haven't really warmed to Audrey, but I felt bad for her in the scene in Agent Cooper's bed.   He was very kind to her. 

Looking forward to the season finale!



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68default Re: Twin Peaks on Sat Sep 17, 2016 12:19 pm

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I will watch the season finale next weekend :happy face

69default Re: Twin Peaks on Sat Sep 17, 2016 12:47 pm

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Sounds good.  I'm really sorry about spoiling part of the next episode. Embarassed

70default Re: Twin Peaks on Sat Sep 17, 2016 2:24 pm

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That's okay, I have a good memory of what happens in the season finale;)

71default Re: Twin Peaks on Sat Sep 17, 2016 11:14 pm

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Glad to hear it.  :happy face

72default Re: Twin Peaks on Sun Sep 25, 2016 8:23 am

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I haven't rewatched the season finale yet. I will watch it next weekend :apology

73default Re: Twin Peaks on Sun Sep 25, 2016 12:33 pm

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Ok, I'll watch it during this coming week and post by the end of this coming week.  :happy face

74default Re: Twin Peaks on Sat Oct 01, 2016 2:02 am

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I watched the season finale (season 1).  So full of drama, a very exciting episode!  Way to finish the season with a bang (literally)!

Glad Leo is gone, but Hank is scary too (and more intelligent than Leo).   I think Nadine survives.  Big Ed is a decent guy.   So is Pete, who barges into a burning building for his wife (who has treated him very badly).  Ha!  I was expecting Catherine to just leave Shelly to die in the fire.  That was a funny scene, when she told Shelly to be quiet because she's thinking.  :cheeky  

I was impressed with the actor who played Audrey, in her scene when she takes off her mask, after her father leaves.  The look on her face of feeling shocked and crushed, now knowing he is the owner of One-Eyed Jack, a slimy person who takes advantage of these young women (and who is possibly involved with Laura's murder). 

Disappointed in Josie, although I sensed she was not as sweet as she appeared.   And the cliffhanger with Agent Cooper at the end, although of course I know there is a season 2.

75default Re: Twin Peaks on Sun Oct 02, 2016 9:11 am

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I wanted to watch the season finale but I've actually watched the (long) season 2 premiere oh

I will watch the season finale next weekend... If you have already watched the season 2 premiere, I will give you my feelings about it on Friday :happy face

76default Re: Twin Peaks on Mon Oct 03, 2016 12:22 pm

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oh no!  :amused

I have not yet watched the Season 2 premiere.  I may not get to it this week, unfortunately.

77default Re: Twin Peaks on Sun Oct 09, 2016 9:43 am

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I forget to answer your question in PM Embarassed

It's a hour and a half.

78default Re: Twin Peaks on Sun Oct 09, 2016 2:09 pm

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Thanks Jeremy.  I will try to watch today, or at the latest early next week, and comment next week.

79default Re: Twin Peaks on Mon Oct 17, 2016 12:14 am

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Sorry for being a bit late, Jeremy.  My week has been a bit busy.

So I watched the Season2 Premiere.  Boy, they packed that episode.    Some terse clues (from the giant). 


The scene with the old hotel staff person bringing warm milk, while Agent Cooper lay bleeding to death . . . I know it was supposed to be funny.  But I was getting just a tad frustrated with the guy.   Agent Cooper is amazingly polite and patient, even while bleeding so profusely.
 
Catherine is probably scheming her revenge against Ben and Josie.   Poor Pete thinks Catherine is dead.
 
What!  Leo is alive.  mad
 
The part where Jerry and Ben question Hank, and Jerry kept saying, "Chopping wood inside?!"   (And chasing Bobby the wood as it runs around the room?? Razz )
 
Ronette's flashback.   I have to say, that flashback was disturbing.   scared too scary
 
 
Good acting again, by Sherilyn Fenn.  I felt so bad for her, feeling so scared, locked up at One-Eyed Jacks.

Why is Donna acting strange.  Is she insecure that James is still in love with Laura?   
 
The rug vision by Laura's cousin (Maddy?) was interesting. 
 
I have to say Albert makes me laugh.  So mean, yet so funny.

80default Re: Twin Peaks on Fri Oct 21, 2016 1:58 pm

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I love the giant scenes in that episode (although the first one may be a bit too long). There's also that Bobby/Major Briggs moment I've told you about a few weeks ago. 

Do we watch the next episode this weekend ?

81default Re: Twin Peaks on Sat Oct 22, 2016 12:26 am

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Hi Jeremy.

 I didn't mind the scene with the giant at all.   I thought the clues were interesting.  And the giant is interesting. 

Just the scene with the hotel employee who was bringing warm milk to Agent Cooper felt long to me, because the guy didn't notice Agent  Cooper was bleeding to death!  He kept talking about the milk, then hung up the phone, and didn't get medical help for Agent Cooper!  The scene with the hotel employee seemed to go on just a little too long.

I thought the scene with the Major and Bobby was the one you had mentioned earlier.  It was very nicely done, well acted, well-written.  It was touching. 

Jeremy, do you know when the new season of TP starts?   I may not get to watching the next episode this weekend or this coming week (last week of October), but will for sure get to it the following week (first week of November).  But don't wait for me if you want to go ahead.  Sorry about that.

82default Re: Twin Peaks on Sat Oct 22, 2016 5:48 am

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I was actually referring to the scene with the hotel employee. He's also a giant and he also has something to do with supernatural (in fact, according to some people, the two giants are actually one character).

Season 3 won't debut before the second quarter of 2017. So, we have the time. We will watch the next episode in November  :amused

83default Re: Twin Peaks on Sat Oct 22, 2016 3:59 pm

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Jeremy wrote:I was actually referring to the scene with the hotel employee. He's also a giant and he also has something to do with supernatural (in fact, according to some people, the two giants are actually one character).

Oh, I didn't catch that the hotel employee was a giant.  Thanks.

Jeremy wrote:Season 3 won't debut before the second quarter of 2017. So, we have the time. We will watch the next episode in November 

Sounds good!  Thanks Jeremy.  :happy face

84default Re: Twin Peaks on Sun Oct 23, 2016 9:20 am

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New video on YouTube. It's just the actors talking a bit about the season 3 shooting (there's no spoiler) but you can see how the original cast has physically changed.



I've watched a few recent videos about the cast and my impression is that the male actors really got old.

85default Re: Twin Peaks on Mon Oct 24, 2016 1:24 am

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Thanks for posting that video, Jeremy.  I will be watching it tomorrow!  :happy face

86default Re: Twin Peaks on Mon Oct 24, 2016 7:59 pm

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Miguel Ferrer (Albert) looks great!   But yes, some of the men have aged quite a bit, although it's been over two decades so that's understandable.   Are Sherilyn Fenn and Michael Ontkean returning?  And what about the actor who plays Andy?  Hmmm.  I don't have Showtime/premium cable.  Is there any other way to watch?

87default Re: Twin Peaks on Sun Oct 30, 2016 11:47 am

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@Poppy wrote:Miguel Ferrer (Albert) looks great!   But yes, some of the men have aged quite a bit, although it's been over two decades so that's understandable.   Are Sherilyn Fenn and Michael Ontkean returning?  And what about the actor who plays Andy?  Hmmm.  I don't have Showtime/premium cable.  Is there any other way to watch?

I've forgotten to answer your questions Embarassed

- Yeah, Miguel Ferrer hasn't changed that much. Maybe because he was already bald twenty years ago.
- Sherilyn Fenn is returning (and barely has changed since season 2) but Michael Ontkean isn't. Andy is returning, that's why the actor talks in the video :amused
- I guess we will be able to stream or download the episodes.

88default Re: Twin Peaks on Sun Oct 30, 2016 3:21 pm

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Thanks for your answers, Jeremy!

Jerremy wrote:Yeah, Miguel Ferrer hasn't changed that much. Maybe because he was already bald twenty years ago.
Were you trying to make me laugh?  :big grin

So glad to hear Sherilyn is returning.  Too bad Michael is not.  I was hoping he would. 

Jeremy wrote:Andy is returning, that's why the actor talks in the video

I went back to watch the video, and wow, I did not even recognize him.  He looks sooo different!  But to his credit, it also may be because he is so different from Andy in terms of his mannerisms.  He is a good comic actor (and he doesn't even need to point!). 

Do you get Showtime, Jeremy?

89default Re: Twin Peaks on Tue Nov 01, 2016 7:59 am

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No. Actually, Europeans watching American TV series usually use streaming or download websites. Or they wait until the show is aired on local television.

90default Re: Twin Peaks on Tue Nov 01, 2016 6:38 pm

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Thanks for the answer, Jeremy.  :happy face

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