Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Twin Peaks

7 comments:

GARZA said...

haha never noticed that name, it gets better man, the best part of twin peaks is when the main dude gets coffee and cherry pie at that diner, makes me always want to find somewhere like that so I can do the same and then draw, ha

Matt said...

I remember watching bits of that when I was younger (definitely too young to actually watch a full episode). I should check it out again. What's it on? Netflix? Hulu?

James said...

Just watched the whole show last fall. Stick with it! The second season gets super weird in a really funny way.

Sam Spina said...

it's all streaming on netflix matt! it's one of those classic shows that everyone says is a major influence on a lot of stuff I'm into

Jason said...

I've actually been watching Twin Peaks too. It's so slow. I'm surprised it was so popular. Another popular but weird 90s show was Northern Exposure. It's disk only on Netflix, but worth checking out.

Christopher Downes said...

I've watched Twin Peaks a few times. Yes, it does move a bit slow, but that's David Lynch for ya! You almost have to set your mind to the rhythm of the show. It kind of goes hand-in-hand with the pace if life in Twin Peaks.

One of the greatest things about the show is the fact that the PLACE is as much a character as the rest of the cast. The plot could never happen anywhere else.

I love season one and parts of season two. (It gets terribly corny in some parts. I don't think writers in the 80s were mentally equipped to deal with Lynchian writing.)

Oh, and James needed to be killed off with Laura Palmer, wrapped in plastic and put in a percolator.

Sam Spina said...

haha chris, the guy that says percolator is the funniest guy in the show