mtwentz wrote:zeronumber wrote:Not knowing about season 4 is provocative. Its exactly like Schordinger's cat.
A cat in a box that you cant see or listen into is left for a period of time.
After said time the question becomes...Is the cat alive, or dead. With no scientific way of ascertaining this, Schordinger used logistical mathematical deduction to show that the cat was Alive, and Dead, simultaneously. A curious assumption which may for some be complacent and indicative of pleasant presumption that the cat is not Surely Dead. I take solace in that until someone opens the box, where only then will the truth be known whether we need to get out our Shovels.
Knowing the history of sequels and continuations, I think there's a high likelihood we get more Twin Peaks, unless Lynch himself decides for artistic reasons that he wants The Return to be the last and final word.
Unlike George Lucas, I don't think Lynch would ever sell Twin Peaks to Disney, so it's really all up to Lynch. Either he says it's done once and for all, or he decides he has a new idea with which he is in love. I feel confident that Frost is up for anything.
...the box quivers...
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