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Subject: Re: UK Broadcasting standards Council...
From: long-morrow@CS.Yale.EDU (H. Morrow Long)
Date: 1991-05-03, 14:30
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

In article , GIOVIN%HECTOR@ecs.umass.edu (Rocky Giovinazzo) writes:
|> P.S.  If a British company picks up TP for us, I suspect that it
|> won't be what we're used to (better than nothing of course).  Maybe
|> it will become tame enough for an 8pm time slot and soar in the
|> ratings! (yeah, right)

And if the BBC became part of the European consortium funding TP
episodes they would probably speed up the action in each
episode to the fast pacing of 'Upstairs, Downstairs' or 
'All Creatures Great and Small' :-) - two shows which must be high up 
in the Nielsen ratings all time hall of fame :-)

[spoiler and tongue-in-cheek remark about UK residents follows]


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 And the BBC would probably bring Denise back in future episodes
because the British enjoy seeing men wearing women's clothing so
terribly much (for ex: 'Monty Python', 'Benny Hill') :-)

					- Morrow
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