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Postby Audrey Horne » Sat Jan 05, 2008 7:19 am

I know- I can't stop laughing thinking about it. But it's not to make fun of Magician's idea, but if they had used it and then kept coming up with bad fluff like they did, and knowing Fenn's increasing frustration with the show.

And good to see you back, Magician.
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Postby The Magician » Thu Jan 10, 2008 7:07 pm

Thank you, Audrey. Haha.

I'm not going to bother battling the argument of whether Twin Peaks became too X-Files or whatnot. If it did, I love the X-Files, so there. And Twin Peaks preceded the X-Files, so if anything the X-Files is too much like Twin Peaks.

The thirty episode run is what it is, and to say that the plotlines for over half of it are not the style of the show is a maddening argument, because they are the show. Twin Peaks is a soap opera, and is deliberately cliched. Take the season 1 finale for example. As Mark Frost said, he tried to include every cliched cliffhanger that existed in the nighttime soap all in one episode. And he did a marvelous job.

And, yes, Leo is my third favorite character from the show. He deserves no less of an ending. I'm so glad Lynch ditched the scene where he dies that was in the original final episode script. It was really disappointing and lackluster.
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