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About brocklock

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  1. Twin Peaks

    I remember a scene at the doctor's where Janey-E was saying that Dougie had a stroke or something which was before the Coop bodyswap. I imagine Bud Bushnell and his coworkers know that and are treating him accordingly. I think it's a weirdly sweet aspect in such a dark show. As great as the original series is, I probably have it fourth or fifth in my overall David Lynch rankings. I'd go Mulholland Drive, Fire Walk With Me, Lost Highway, Eraserhead, then the original series. I was more excited to see new David Lynch material then to see Coop farting around or whatever. So, maybe that's why I'm loving this season so much. I've really enjoyed some of the expanded mythos given to the lodges and the supernatural parts as well. That aspect has always been more intriguing to me than the wacky hijinks of the townspeople.
  2. I'll give a roll tide to that.
  3. I loved the Tony podcast early on, but I agree that Conrad's shitty comedy is starting to get unbearable. He's forced that Barbarian jerking Tommy Young off joke into the show ten times already and I'm not an hour through the Hog Wild episode. I'm ready for them to get back to 80's/early 90's Crockett/WCW as I think this is the third or fourth Nitro era show in a row. I'm almost ready to tap out on this one like I did for Something To Wrestle With. I might start up the Lance Storm/Don Callis podcast soon.
  4. Twin Peaks

    ,Has David Lynch ever been apart of anything that wrapped up cleanly with all questions answered at the end of it? If it was up to him, Laura's killer would never have been revealed and now he's in full control. I know that's kind of a cop out, but that's what he does. He made some vague comments at Cannes about this being the last thing he's going to direct but went back on that. He's starting to act a lot more as, according to IMDB, he's in three films this year. I could see this being the end. There are theories on reddit about how the bleeding man in the holding cell is Billy who was one of the people Audrey was rambling about. One of the ladies in the roadhouse at the end was named Tina (Another name Audrey said) and she described Billy as having blood pouring out of his mouth like a waterfall. He also could supernaturally jump over fences, so he has some kind of lodge powers.
  5. Twin Peaks

    WHAT AN EPISODE. MY GOD. This was an episode where there was a ton happening and bunch of plot progression so I expect next week to be mostly Dr. Amp and maybe two musical scenes.

    Yes to all of that.
  7. Twin Peaks

    Speaking of that, I think starting next week they are moving up an hour so they aren't airing at the same time as GOT. That last scene was excruciating. Maybe it will make sense down the line as there are still six hours left (the equivalent of watching Inland Empire twice), but it was so dull. The last scene with unnamed characters talking was at least memorable because one of the girls had a rash and the sound design was disgusting. Basically redoing the Jacoby scene from episode 5 was stupid too. The last twenty five minutes gave me middle of season 2 vibes. I'm still loving the show but unless all these new characters add up to something, the second half of this episode will be skipped over on rewatch.
  8. Twin Peaks

    Even I can't defend that one. The Sarah Palmer scenes were fantastic and I really enjoyed the Ben Horne's scenes with Truman and Beverly, but the rest of that was filler or dull. The first episode I did not like. Hopefully, next week is back on track.
  9. Twin Peaks

    Rewatching Sunday's episode and Candie is acting very similar to Dougie in the final scene when both are looking at the piano player. I'm wondering if Also, Dana Ashbrook was so good in that diner scene. He's really going for it this season and his acting has been great.
  10. Twin Peaks

    I don't care if Coop is Dougie for the whole season at this point, this show is just so good that if Lynch keeps making episodes like last night I'm fine with this being the end. The last fifteen minutes with the Dougie meeting the Mitchum brothers segueing into the cherry pie scene was as good as anything on television. That Bobby/Shelly/Becky scene at the dinner and that nightmare screaming woman/puking kid scene were great too. This episode was just packed with great scene after great scene at a frenetic pace for all the people complaining that the show is slow and dull.
  11. 2017 NBA OFFSEASON

    I remember reading that Jimmy Butler and Kyrie are great friends and bonded over Team USA. There were rumors of Kyrie trying to bring Butler over to Cleveland and eventually telling Jimmy not to come because of how messed up the FO situation was, so Minny makes sense.
  12. 2017 NBA OFFSEASON

    Looks like he's meeting with the Lakers today as well. He's been working out at their practice facility already.
  13. 2017 NBA OFFSEASON

    Korver staying with Cleveland for 3y/22 million.
  14. 2017 NBA OFFSEASON

    Thibs is really trying to make me get league pass so I can not watch this garbage current Bulls team as Minnesota signs Taj Gibson to a 2y/28m deal. Two of my favorite Bulls in the last ten years with my favorite coach and Wiggins/KAT. I need league pass. Even though Deng is completely washed up, I wouldn't be surprised if he tries to trade for him since he talked about Deng as much as Jimmy during the press conference I watched. It makes no sense, since they already signed Teague but I wonder if he tries to go after Rose. I think Rose can still be useful in the NBA as a microwave bench player. He averaged his highest point total on his best field goal percentage since the ACL tear, but his defense is so atrocious that it's hard to play him heavy minutes anymore.
  15. 2017 NBA OFFSEASON

    JJ Reddick to Philly for 1y/23m to restore balance to the conferences.