My favorite scene in all of television:
>Do you believe in the soul?
>More than one?
>Blackfeet legend. Waking souls that give life to mind and body. A dream soul that wanders.
>Where does it wander?
>Faraway places. The Land of the Dead.
>Is that where Laura is?
>Laura's in the ground, Agent Cooper. That's all I know for sure.
TP has a lot of gold scenes to it, but to be the entire
Black Lodgesequence is the GOAT
so heres my question, how graphic/rapey/violent is the show?
iv only seen afew episodes, and already have had some of it spoiled. but i want to get my friend to watch the entirety of it with me, and he's a huge pussy
i just dont want to get to the red areas on the quality chart, and have no one irl to talk about them with since he bailed out like the pussy he is
I dislike the quality chart. Season 2 is worse but I still enjoyed it. My love of the characters can really carry it by that point. You really shouldn't skip episodes. It's all worth it though. The final episode is my favorite thing to ever have aired on television.
And the show isn't very graphic but the movie is pretty insane.
Just finished rewatching it. Was showing it to my mom for the first time. When Laura said "I'll see you in 25 years" and snapped, I got a chill.
Favorite moment from the series would be either Major Brigg's speech, Mairzy Doats, or when the gum you liked finally came back in style.
It's very rapey. If you haven't found a liking for raep threads on /b/ (old school) chances are you're better of watching superman or what your friends are watching. This show is for connoisseur rapists who play the game and know the rules.
>Major Briggs telling Bobby about his vision
this this this
also, required viewing for Twin Peaks fan, Angelo Badalamenti talking about working with David Lynch to compose the music. For fans of music theory as well
The most graphic episode by far is the 7th one in s2, and people still wonder how ABC allowed them to air it. It would be shocking and graphic for broadcast tv even today. It's also in the top three episodes quality-wise. Arguably the best.
Their are some graphic flashbacks in the s2 debut.
As mentioned, the movie is generally more graphic.
One of the elements of TP is horror. It's got many aspects (comedy, melodrama, surrealism), but that's certainly one of them.
Hawk was awesome. He needed more scenes and less Andy ones.
Especially Albert, Albert needed FAR more scenes.
>that bro hug between him and Sheriff Truman in the second half when he returns
>When these frail shadows we inhabit now have quit the stage we’ll meet and raise a glass again together in Valhalla.
Puts shit into perspective you know.
I heard that Lynch wanted the show to become a telling of Twin Peaks's people' stories, but I don't think that worked very well throughout season 2. Most stories were plainly boring or even stupid, and Lynch being away of the show for most of the season I think was one of the causes.
The episodes he directed and many more are pure gold, though. Specially the scenes inside the Black Lodge and S2E07. Terrific.
>I heard that Lynch wanted the show to become a telling of Twin Peaks's people' stories, but I don't think that worked very well throughout season 2.
He wanted the show to be about the townsfolk, yeah, but it should all be held together by Laura Palmer and the mystery surrounding her death. Later S1 episodes are a perfect mix of weird shit/townfolk drama/main plot. That's how he wanted to keep going, I guess.
We'll never know, of course. Because both Lynch and Frost were little bitches.