Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Re: Opinions and comments on 5/10 episode
From: (Michael McDaniel)
Date: 1990-05-14, 21:41

> >In article <7272@ur-cc.UUCP> (Ben Wright) writes:
>> >>For one thing, Lelenad and Catherine's "Antler Dance" seems pretty
>> >>popular with most people, but I really thought it was a cheap joke.  This
>> >>kind of humor is typical of "Three's Company" or any other typical
>> >>sitcom.  When Catherine started holding her head like Leleand, all I
>> >>could think of was a similar exercise scene from the "Toxic Avenger."  It
>> >>was a cheap, predictable, extrememly NON-LYNCH, NON-TWIN PEAKS moment in
>> >>the show.

Well, even if it was a bit painful to watch, it WAS an uncomfortable moment
and Lynch seems to play with the audience's sensabilities.  For example,
the quick back-and-forth camera work in the "family counseling" scene was a
real change of pace compared to the rest of the episode.  It was fast and
seemed a lot more immediate or "action-ful" than a most of the other
scenes, which almost relate a laid-back attitude (like the music).

So, while it is painful for me to watch the scene, I think it _is_ Twin
Peaks-ish in that way.

Michael McDaniel              Dartmouth Class of 1991  | HB 2285
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