Audrey Horne wrote:I like talking about it and dissecting it -behind the scenes as well. It's just like any great literary work.
I kind of like that there are problems with it too -to me it seems still open ended and not a completed piece, so plenty to talk about. I find the problems that face the second season kind of fascinating.
okay, open ended and incomplete, fascinating- that makes sense. You had me worried there Audrey Horne. I, too, wonder about the behind the scenes. I've heard different stories about what DL or Mark Frost were doing and who was in charge during part of season 2 but don't know what to believe.
I haven't finished watching season 2 yet, but maintain that it isn't as bad as critics, fans and American cultural memory make it out to be. I was watching ep 25 tonight which opened with one of the most scary and intense moments in TV history. And dang if Coop and the Bookhouse Boys didn't find something interesting in Owl Cave. Now, if had been me, I would have camped out up there to study, watch it and guard it. Instead Coop was camped out at a bar studying Annie. Okay, Coop has his priorities straight. But still I would have left Truman at Owl Cave to sober up or something. But that's just me.