That this ever made it on TV.
The Pepsi/Coke challenge.
It was indeed David Lynch who directed this episode.
The scariest moment in American TV history.
Because the owls are not what they seem.
It…would be a lot easier not to give a shit.
And so this isn’t a paranoid statement.
THe owls. Everyman. Conspiring for truth.
That the French gave the world film criticism.
But Hollywood provided Hitchcock with just the right concoction.
An unknown drug.
In my corner, I am meaningless.
So that we must know the giant.
Maybe the evil of the Bilderberg Hotel.
But really the eveil of which we all know we are capable.
It is the family of man.
We learn from every source.
The genius of James Joyce. Blind prematurely. Scribbling.
What Beethoven called it. The “late” quartets.
Not his own program.
Scratching. Fiddling. John Carson.
Looks like a “D” this time.
And should we be surprised?
It is the cosmology of drama.
No creators dared.
Till David Lynch and Mark Frost.
But Lynch proves who the real killer is.
Television which shames cinema.
Never been scared reading a film review?
Think TV is pap?
I did too. Never.
It means much more that I don’t give you the words easily.
What would be the healthy thing?
But we live in perpetual hell.
And so Baudelaire takes his place among urban poets.
Muck of milkshake.
If…we know the secret to illusion.
Then we are not as scared.
But the real thing is positively chilling.
Remember Finnegan serialized.
I am but a lonesome hobo.
Luke the drifter.
But we want our entertainment to contain everything.
And Hitchcock achieved it first. And best.
Set limitless parameters.
So that Lynch could step in.
The song doesn’t exist.