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David Lynch’s Wacky Comic-Con Video Greeting

Can you hear Laura Palmer's scream?
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Get that horse outta here! Get that horse outta here!

Showtime has released David Lynch’s nutty video greeting which screened at the beginning of the Twin Peaks panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2017. Think “On The Air” but 25 years later, starring Gordon Cole and with Laura Palmer screaming in the background.

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What's your response to this?


  1. Tim Murphy says:

    Sorry, all you naysayers and disappointed fans, but I’m one of the ones who LOVES everything about every second of Twin Peaks I’ve seen, for all three seasons (yes, even all of Season 2), through Part 12 of the return. People who comment that Lynch hates his audience, and that The Return is a giant middle finger extended by Lynch/Frost to all fans, are victims of unmet expectations. The simple solution is – have no expectations!

    • Couldn’t agree more. I shied away from it for a while. But knew that I would finally have to go there and satisfy my curiosity. I’m soooo glad I did. This is an artist at the top of his game. Thank God Showtime give David full control. In my mind, by the time I hit episode 4, Lynch had me in the palm of his hand. All my nostalgic mental traps loosened and I was free to enter fresh new territory. Every Lynch movie or painting is an exercise in letting go and becoming a participant, not an viewer waiting to be entertained. There are tons of mediocre and lame TV shows you can watch if you like your hand held and ass wiped at every turn. This isn’t now of them. Lynch is at the height of his powers. I can’t wait to see where he takes us. One thing is for sure, it will always be interesting and never boring!

  2. Jon miller says:

    I’m enjoying the constant “edge of your seat, what’s going to happen next” that David has create. Sometimes nothing and sometimes very minor. You have to be open and aware at the same time and most of all a little patience helps.
    What’s worst is having to wait week by week for the next episode.

  3. totally agree – I see so many clues and things in the show. I re-watch and find even more. Lynch/Frost are the only two that can get away with keeping me mystified for over 25 years. Other writers just have to spit it out. But with Lynch/Frost I am absorbed and love to ponder and wonder and even go back and revisit. LOVE IT ALL.

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