Twin Peaks was becoming really laborious by this point.
[I’m sure you know the feeling]
But it can’t really be blamed on Diane Keaton.
The director here.
Of this episode.
It’s as if the series knew it was not going to be extended.
But Keaton’s directing is alright.
Sure, there’s plenty of bathos.
But the story really became ludicrous.
In fact, very little was working by this point.
All of the storylines sucked.
Windom Earle (really unnecessary).
David Warner (Eckhardt) [Rupert Murdoch].
For fuck’s sake.
At least Robert E. Lee was entertaining.
And so the greatest TV series in history was spinning itself out.
Somehow, some greedy bastards had disrupted the flow.
That much is obvious.
ABC gaveth, and ABC taketh away.
Mr. Tojamura was a short-lived recovery.
Can Twin Peaks turn it around in its final weeks?
We shall see.