Discussion in 'Whatever' started by gazpacho, Oct 7, 2014.
It's not like it had anything to do with anything, or that it was actually funny. Just weird.
@Lttr Prssd , I dunno man.. It was dry gold to me.
Weird is good too ya know.
Yeah, i watched the episode again when i wasn't falling asleep . . . . i still did'nt find it all that funny, but it was weird in a good way.
Maybe i'm just not getting the joke. I dont know anything about 'The Wild One' for example. I'm not what you would call a Brando 'fan'.
I do like the 'evil' long-haired Cooper, he's really ominously creepy . . . .
Got a light?
That has to be the most prolonged weirdness episode, yet. Glad evil Coop didnt die.
Even though this season seems like a fuck-you to the casual viewer, i'm really on board now. Loving it. The Lynch addict in me is getting a good fix, and what about the sound design on this new season? Intriguing, unsettling, audio adventures . . .
Incredible episode. It reminded me of "The Short Films of David Lynch", of which I am a fan. My gf has been watching this new series with me, and she has never seen a single episode of Twin Peaks or the Fire Walk With Me film. She has been saying that this show creeps her out more than anything else right now, and it's enjoyable to hear her reactions and questions to what is being shown on screen. She says she likes that she has no idea what is going on, but I pretty much have to say the same thing myself. Some hints here and there with Bob, but I have no idea what is coming next.
@The Moog - The sound design is pretty intense, and Lynch is certainly cranking up the "pressure"...
Wow. I don't even know what to say after that episode.
^ Just say thank you!
Actually, since this is (most likely) Lynch's swan-song, that thought of THANK YOU ran through my mind quite often while watching this episode. Thank you for taking it all the way back to Eraserhead, and forward past it (and inward into it). It's amazing to have this thing as the (most likely) last long-form Lynch work.
Yeah very Eraserheadesque. How did he even film that? Just art. Crazy, absurd, beautiful art. I always carry a lighter.
So happy there is 18 hours of this.I can see some marathon rewatching sessions in the future.Most of my feelings about the show have already been expressed by you lot.It's just exceptional,a masterpiece
I had that feeling I got in the Original series where it was like "I can't believe this is on TV". I still don't like the bloodshed so far, and I'm confused, but damn, last night's episode was like watching an art film in a museum. Just spectacularly strange, disturbing, beautiful, unsettling. I'm kinda back after really being pessimistic at first.
I've long believed that Margaret was worthy of some proper collectable love, but I'm not sure that this is it:
Points, I guess, for the pair actually being made of wood.
Related, kinda --- Is anyone besides me more than a little disturbed by all of the toy variations of Laura Palmer's delighted-to-be-dead corpse that have been popping up? Bleg.
PS - I am not your foot.
What better way to promote a show about the world of the bizarre than to have an American, speaking [some] Japanese, make a highly mediocre lunch mashing up the world of American cooking with bento style (that is ostensibly Twin Peaks-themed)? Who am I kidding, this is so weird and strange it belongs in the world of TP.
Spoiler: Old gnus, but still relevant
I DO love me some Georgia coffee.
Ya, very interested to know what is up with Jerry and his hole foot situation. That is some odd stuff...... To clarify something you all were chatting about with Wally. I think his hole bit is the irony. His parents are super simple minded not versed or traveled people and he was protrayed sort of as a totally wise man of the world and road with a totally different take than his parents so it was just funny in that way because his parents love him so much but really cant relate to him or have a clue what he is talking about most of the time but they were still so behind him. I love Andy and Lucy. Wish they were my parents.
Per the discussion on Lynch's direction of actors:
A related anecdote that has been making the rounds on the click-it-now circuit:
“In one scene, Jim decided he was going to ad-lib a line in this heightened moment of euphoria, which he did,” MacLachlan said. “And we heard, ‘Cut!’ David has a megaphone, and he said, ‘Mr. Belushi! Do I have to report you to the principal’s office?’ And Jim went, ‘No sir! Got it!’”
Been grinning like a fool every time I think of it.
Don't need this, not gonna buy it...
...but I find myself almost completely for it.
I'm generally not one to give any of my precious time to recap or reaction videos, but I've found that I genuinely enjoy listening to this guy:
He sounds like what I imagine Louis Black would, if Black had given up reading the paper for health reasons and found the love of a good woman.
Wow Lynch Wow, whoever he is, has uploaded over 30 pieces to the net since 'the return,' and just about all of them have interesting insights, and most are frequently hilarious.
Might be your cuppa, might not, but consider giving him a click or two.
Damn man. That Louis Black comp is SPOT on. I totally hear that. A good woman solves all.
You probably know that this happened, right?
WTF!?!? I hate when people bring their damn horses in my place.
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