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    Hmmmm....thinking about it.

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    12 years ago I would have bought it. Now I don't have the cash or space for it.

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    Speculation that S4 is coming in 2020...

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    Lynch did randomly tweet about King County where Twin Peaks is shot recently. https://twitter.com/DAVID_LYNCH/stat...67510893752321
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    Apprehension. Huge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Tolch View Post
    Apprehension. Huge.
    Same. The beauty of season 3 was the fact that Lynch hadn't directed anything since INLAND EMPIRE, so that was 11 years worth of ideas. You wouldn't want to rush him into something that he hasn't had sufficient time to work out.
    Why would anybody watch a scum show like Videodrome? Why did you watch it, Max?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt H. View Post
    Same. The beauty of season 3 was the fact that Lynch hadn't directed anything since INLAND EMPIRE, so that was 11 years worth of ideas. You wouldn't want to rush him into something that he hasn't had sufficient time to work out.
    Agreed. I also felt that the ending of The Return, even though it caused a huge amount of confusion, was a great close to the show. I'd like to see Lynch tackle something similar (strange goings on in a normal looking town ARE his forte) with maybe a bit of crossover, but I'm afraid that a followup will end up being like Twin Peaks Season 2.

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