As in a dream dream dream
I try to sleep sleep sleep
Soft upon Badalamenti’s Oberheim swells…
Wanting just a bit of life before the door shuts.
And so venturing off to Washington state.
Akin to sleepwalking.
Writing a review under heavy sedation.
Prevents a Spinal Tap argument.
Kyle MacLachlan…so calm cool collected.
The joy of clues.
The tinkering of detail. Spotting. Forensics.
And he wants a reasonable rate on a reasonable room.
A real civil servant. Enjoys his work.
Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The eccentric Special Agent Dale Cooper.
Always talking to Diane on his tape recorder. 1990.
T R. Or R T.
Teddy Roosevelt. Or Russia Today. Radio Television (sans Film).
Sure, Sherilyn Fenn is pretty darned good looking here.
Drives off a roomful of Norwegians.
Paul Revere in reverse.
Mädchen Amick had me confused for a second.
I’m still confused.
One should expect nothing less from one of the few living American auteurs (David Lynch).
Lara Flynn Boyle takes a little trip.
Really, we are just learning the principal players here.
Miles to go before they sleep.
I would only add a pithy case for comparison.
I am as we speak watching again for the second time the series. I love it. Nice review.
What always gets to me about this episode is the mother crying inthe kitchen. It’s painful to see that.
Yes, it is well-done with the directing…and that actress does a good job. Also, at the end of the episode with the necklace under the rock…when she sees it in a vision. –Paul
I forgot that! I have to see Twin Peaks again.