Mr. Reindeer wrote:Btw, out of genuine curiosity and because I don't recall seeing it referenced here, surprisingly: how did the Log Lady's last scene resonate with you guys?
Can't separate Catherine and Margaret, having met her several times. I guess dedicating the episode to Margaret says that was the idea. I respect breaking the death taboo. Dying and death are so much sanitized and avoided we're almost disabled when it comes down to handling it. It took me a minute to get what they were doing with headless Briggs, but I've also spent enough time chatting with Don to know he had a great sense of humor. The realness was a brave and reverent decision. I felt we were all sharing in their goodbye.
BOB1 wrote:referendum wrote:(...)the only things I really don't like is Little Nicky and Nadine at high school (but the later moments when she starts going out with Mike I find rather nice). Evelyn Marsh sort of sucks but I have a soft spot for this totally useless subplot, I definitely love Ben's civil war and the other thing I like a whole lot is Thomas Eckhardt and Josie in the knob While the Widnom/Annie thing is very far from the excellence of the 'who killed Laura Palmer' mystery which drove the first 16 episodes, it still is OK for me. (...)
I'm an Evelyn and JJW fan, no shame. I think they're refreshing. Outsiders and the outside world. Civil War and the Packard Mill Conspiracy are ACES in my book. Love Annie and Windom.
Return is 5000% better than Little Nicky. Like Hamburger Helper versus Wagyu. Stephen Gyllenhaal took the blame for the thought bubble. Godawful.