Twin Peaks Usenet Archive


Subject: Re: Some late words from Scott Frost
From: czahrt@umaxc.weeg.uiowa.edu (Special Agent Dale Cooper aka The Bob)
Date: 1991-04-17, 09:50
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

From article <1991Apr16.181228@Unify.com>, by raveling@Unify.com (Paul Raveling):

>
> Scott Frost has been touring to promote his new book about
> Coop, but is back at home at the moment. Here are some points
> of interest from the phone call I just finished...
>
> -- He expects the show to die. It seems unlikely that
> ABC will support it, and doesn't think anyone else
> will be willing to pick it up. Production cost is
> about $1.3 million per episode.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^


Y'know...if it IS true that only 11 million people a week watch Peaks,
according to the Neilsens, that means two things...1) More people have
seen ONE episode of Peaks than ANY ONE of David's movies. And, on the
money side, 2) It would cost each person about 11.8 cents to help
produce an episode.

I don't know about you, but _I_ would be willing to shell out my
$2.59 for another 22 episodes.


:^)

Bob Cappel
President COOP Iowa

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aka "BOB", eager for fun! || mexican chihuahua...."
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