Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Moon phases (was: Minor continuity error)
From: timr@sco.COM (Bad Hurts Value)
Date: 1990-11-16, 16:22
Reply-to: firstname.lastname@example.org (Harold Allen Smithee)
In article <1990Nov11.email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> > For all his talents, Lynch is not an astronomer. Cooper filled us in that
> >about 13 days have passed during the course of the show. In one of the first
> >few episodes, we saw a full moon, and again last night we saw the full moon.
> >Now, it's quite impossible to go from full moon to full moon in two weeks.
> >And we saw other phases of the moon that were just as out of place...
yes, i think i first noticed this when the moon was full the night
of Audry's rescue, but then we had a half-moon the next night...
it bothered me a little too, but i can cope with the fact that
it would be prohibitive for them to have a whole library of
different shots of the moon in all it's phases just to keep
the continuity police happy.
-- And nothing ever happens Nothing happens at all The needle returns to the start of the song and we all sing along like before, and we'll all be lonely tonight and lonely tomorrow --Del Amitri