Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Euro Version of Twin Peaks pilot episode
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Ben Fried)
Date: 1990-04-17, 17:46
In article <90107.144945SML108@psuvm.psu.edu> SML108@psuvm.psu.edu (Scott the
> > In article <1990Apr16.email@example.com>,
> > firstname.lastname@example.org (Ben Fried) says:
>> > >Oh, come on - "The Hidden" was a classic! Alien-takes-over-bodies-and-
>> > >commits-crimes-while-good-guy-alien-cop-in-Kyle's-body-hunts-him-down!
>> > >Major plot! Major action! Major script! Awesome cars! Awesome guns!
>> > >What more could you want?
> > A more literate public that realized it was a totally unethical ripoff
> > of Hal Clement...
>> > >:-)
> > :-(
> > Scott Le Grand aka email@example.com
> > "If you like peanuts, you'll love sci-fi."
Do I have to know what "Blade Runner" is a rip-off of to enjoy it? Do I
have to realize that "The Terminator" doesn't have a startlingly
original plot line? Literacy is more than knowing Philip K. Dick from
Anyway, I thought the smiley-face made it obvious: my opinion was that
the movie was fun, but really stupid.
Getting back to Twin Peaks: Are we sure that the victim that wasn't
killed was actually attacked by the same person? She didn't have a
letter under her fingernail...