ForKeeps wrote:Not true if you count the Vedder song.
I don't count that as new TP music. For me it's either Lynch and/or Badalamenti.
Snailhead wrote:Using an actor's name in place of a character's name is very David Lynch, that made me smile. That is, I'm assuming it's his handwriting.
unnamed Lodge Spirit? And agreed, it's very Lynch.
Agent Earle wrote:indyit wrote:Considering all of Earle was sans Lynch (and Frost from the sounds of it, until nearer the end) I think we have little to worry about. Having said that, i think bad coop could still have some slapstick moments. When Frost was asked what was the funniest moment for him in the show he picked out Andy with the floorboard iirc.
Like Earle was the funniest/goofiest thing in the show. Come on. I'd rather have Earle than tons of useless Andy-Lucy, Ben the Civil War General and Nadine the Superwoman stuff...
But what you're saying sounds like the writing crew practically forced Earle down Lynch's and Frost's throats. Some day, I'd love to hear an official, Lynch-Frost-confirmed genesis of the character...
I agree with you there to a point. I didn't mind Andy-Lucy. I love the characters, but agree their storyline dragged at times. Ben's Civil War storyline too, dragged too much. But generally speaking if we get something similar to Earle, I don't think I'd hate it. I think it'd possibly be a mis-step, but there are worse mistakes to repeat.
From what I understand Windom Earle was an early creation/idea by Frost to be a Moriarity like character (to Cooper's Holmes). I think Frost was keen to introduce him to begin with and probably had an active role in creating him. I think in a podcast I heard Harley Peyton explain this a bit further including explaining the origin of his name. I think by the time the character entered the show neither Lynch nor Frost were really watching/overseeing the show.
Panapaok wrote:Potemkine deleted the pic, so it was obviously not supposed to be seen online...
Considering what we've "seen" so far sans the pic, I can see why it was removed. It was definitely a tier above everything else, albeit an obscured, vague and small piece of info.