Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

From: (Emerick Rogul)
Date: 1990-04-24, 15:27

  I have only seen the pilot for Twin Peaks so far (my dad's taping
them for me in Philadelphia), but I was wondering about something.
I've seen the line "Fire walk with me," said as 'Fire! Walk with me'
and 'Fire, walk with me.'

What about "Firewalk with me."  This would seem to make more sense
(for some weird reason :-) in the context of the third series.
How about it?

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