The Twin Peaks superfans are still scratching their heads, and wondering what did WE just see at the end of Showtime TV’s Twin Peaks : The Return. Here are some theories of what went on during the two part finale. What makes Twin Peaks, such a fun and interesting show is that WE the viewers have to be detectives to figure it all out……I hope we see more from Lynch and Frost
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Twin Peaks ended its return on Showtime , last night with a two part shocking finale. This was a perfect ending to the Twin Peaks series and a new beginning of new Twin Peaks stories for future movies and tv shows.
I hope Lynch and Frost bring more stories from the world of Twin Peaks. This is not the end…..I’ve been a fan of Twin Peaks for over twenty five years, and I am satisfied with the ending. I’m sad that this return is over and i’m waiting to see what is next in the world in Twin Peaks .
The countdown is on to the two part Twin Peaks finale on Showtime. The Twin Peaks fans are all trying to figure out what David Lynch and Mark Frost have for us on Sunday. After 25 years, we have had 16 episodes and now we have most likely THE LAST Twin Peaks forever. Here are some predictions from a fellow Twin Peaks superfan :
the Japanese discovered Twin Peaks through shared VHS tapes and Wowow, a satellite-TV channel. Fans there became just as rabid for the show, if not more so: While the 1992 prequel film, Fire Walk With Me, fared poorly in the U.S., it did really well in Japan—where it was released first.
To build on that momentum, Lynch and some cast members gathered ’round to create a series of ads for Georgia Coffee, a Coca-Cola-owned canned coffee brand, just for the Japanese market.
Like the series, the ads are quirky as all hell and feature their own mystery—the disappearance of one man’s Japanese wife. Four spots lead up to the story’s conclusion, but there’s a lot to appreciate here for Western fans, too.
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