Twin Peaks Usenet Archive


Subject: Re: Twin Peaks becoming a ghost town? :-)
From: floom@mars.jpl.nasa.gov (Laura Floom)
Date: 1990-11-05, 10:32
Newsgroups: rec.arts.tv,alt.tv.twin-peaks
Reply-to: floom@mars.UUCP (Laura Floom)

In article <8bBLoc600VsnMFdFRk@andrew.cmu.edu> bobg+@andrew.cmu.edu (Robert Steven Glickstein) writes:
> >Excerpts from netnews.alt.tv.twin-peaks: 4-Nov-90 Twin Peaks becoming a
> >ghost.. Bernie Roehl@watserv1.wa (620)
> >
>> >> Twin Peaks: Population 51,194 and dropping...
> >
>> >> 	Albert "won't be coming back"   :-(
        etc.....
> >
> >Starting population:  51,201
> >
> >Laura is killed.	51,200
.
.
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> >Josie leaves (?).	51,195
> >
OK - I have not missed a single episode of TP. I love it as much as the
next person. Of course sometimes I am rater tired when I watch it and my
reception is not very good. BUT - every week I read these sort of bookkeeping
entries on the net, and am I impressed. HOW DO YOU GUYS DO IT???????????

Tell me! Tell me! How many times are people watching TP? Do you take notes on
every subject as you are watching?? Or, when a question comes up do you drag
out each of the episodes, grab a yellow pad, some popcorn and start watching.
Do you have a photographic memory. Do you have a social life? A photographic
memory? Do you enjoy making the rest of us feel stupid?

Does anyone else share my frustartion?


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