Season 4? Or is it over after this?

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It would be a Hell of a coincidence for Lynch to drop all of those Twin Peaks references on his YouTube channel right before his announcement of an announcement.

I guess the coffee gets brewed a bit early tomorrow morning.
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not to be a jerk but he's an artist, which means he puts his concerns, fears, ideas, passions etc (i.e. things he thinks about all of the time ) into his work. like I'm pretty sure he talked about coffee and trees a lot in the intervening 25 years between 1992 and 2017.
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BGate wrote:not to be a jerk but he's an artist, which means he puts his concerns, fears, ideas, passions etc (i.e. things he thinks about all of the time ) into his work. like I'm pretty sure he talked about coffee and trees a lot in the intervening 25 years between 1992 and 2017.
If he was talking about coffee during 92-2017 it was to promote his own brand of filter coffee, or in relation to Twin Peaks. He has been interviewed for books about his life and mentioned growing up around forests and being in them. As I presume you know.

In the promotion of any of his films post-FWWM he's never mentioned coffee or trees - the Mulholland Drive interview and promo trail didn't feature Lynch waxing lyrical about coffee at any point. Although we do get some good scenes of coffee in the film.

Lynch talking just recently about the best type of cherry pie and the experience of eating it did seem telling and curious.

So I would take it all as clues.
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BGate wrote:not to be a jerk but he's an artist, which means he puts his concerns, fears, ideas, passions etc (i.e. things he thinks about all of the time ) into his work. like I'm pretty sure he talked about coffee and trees a lot in the intervening 25 years between 1992 and 2017.
I don't think you're a jerk. I'm just pointing out the very specific references to Twin Peaks that Lynch has made from December on. Including "Donna", "Cherry Pie", "Sleep Walk", "My Prayer" etc.

I mean we're all just having fun with this right?
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Kimmy Robertson has commented. Hmmm indeed:

https://twitter.com/okimmyrobertson/sta ... 56128?s=21
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Jerry Horne wrote:
BGate wrote:not to be a jerk but he's an artist, which means he puts his concerns, fears, ideas, passions etc (i.e. things he thinks about all of the time ) into his work. like I'm pretty sure he talked about coffee and trees a lot in the intervening 25 years between 1992 and 2017.
I don't think you're a jerk. I'm just pointing out the very specific references to Twin Peaks that Lynch has made from December on. Including "Donna", "Cherry Pie", "Sleep Walk", "My Prayer" etc.

I mean we're all just having fun with this right?
I think the songs may also just be an instance of Lynch being a creature of habit and favoring the same songs throughout his life and work. He’s also referenced songs from his other films, like “Be Bop a Lula” (Wild at Heart) and “Song to the Siren” (intended for Blue Velvet, eventually used in Lost Highway). But like you said, we’re just having fun! Out of all of them, the cherry pie one struck me as pretty specific to TP (not something he’s really ever talked about or focused on in other films). But he did also put his own unique twist on that one to make a very specific point that didn’t relate directly to TP (that he enjoys cold leftover cherry pie). So who knows!
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Mr. Reindeer wrote:
Jerry Horne wrote:
BGate wrote:not to be a jerk but he's an artist, which means he puts his concerns, fears, ideas, passions etc (i.e. things he thinks about all of the time ) into his work. like I'm pretty sure he talked about coffee and trees a lot in the intervening 25 years between 1992 and 2017.
I don't think you're a jerk. I'm just pointing out the very specific references to Twin Peaks that Lynch has made from December on. Including "Donna", "Cherry Pie", "Sleep Walk", "My Prayer" etc.

I mean we're all just having fun with this right?
I think the songs may also just be an instance of Lynch being a creature of habit and favoring the same songs throughout his life and work. He’s also referenced songs from his other films, like “Be Bop a Lula” (Wild at Heart) and “Song to the Siren” (intended for Blue Velvet, eventually used in Lost Highway). But like you said, we’re just having fun! Out of all of them, the cherry pie one struck me as pretty specific to TP (not something he’s really ever talked about or focused on in other films). But he did also put his own unique twist on that one to make a very specific point that didn’t relate directly to TP (that he enjoys cold leftover cherry pie). So who knows!
So I was overthinking it when I thought that the "...not the day it was baked" referred to the original announcement that had to be scrapped due to Covid, and "but the day after, when you get a slice of cherry pie out of the refrigerator" refers to the same delayed announcement we are getting tomorrow? ;)
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Jerry Horne wrote:
Mr. Reindeer wrote:
Jerry Horne wrote:
I don't think you're a jerk. I'm just pointing out the very specific references to Twin Peaks that Lynch has made from December on. Including "Donna", "Cherry Pie", "Sleep Walk", "My Prayer" etc.

I mean we're all just having fun with this right?
I think the songs may also just be an instance of Lynch being a creature of habit and favoring the same songs throughout his life and work. He’s also referenced songs from his other films, like “Be Bop a Lula” (Wild at Heart) and “Song to the Siren” (intended for Blue Velvet, eventually used in Lost Highway). But like you said, we’re just having fun! Out of all of them, the cherry pie one struck me as pretty specific to TP (not something he’s really ever talked about or focused on in other films). But he did also put his own unique twist on that one to make a very specific point that didn’t relate directly to TP (that he enjoys cold leftover cherry pie). So who knows!
So I was overthinking it when I thought that the "...not the day it was baked" referred to the original announcement that had to be scrapped due to Covid, and "but the day after, when you get a slice of cherry pie out of the refrigerator" refers to the same delayed announcement we are getting tomorrow? ;)
Haha I like it! Here’s hoping!
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Cor, it's nice to have some news and movement, again.

I agree with the prediction that we'll be even more confused tomorrow :D
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Looking at this thread for the last year has given me hope. This is some beautiful anticipation! Just getting a head start on being one of those lurkers who comes out of the woodwork when something happens, haha!
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I have a feeling that from tomorrow there won’t be any new videos on the channel since he would be busy and he might be announcing his break from the channel
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After 200 pages, I also have a feeling that today we might get an answer to this threads question “Season 4 or is it all over after this?”. I hope after today maybe in the future we have a thread called Season 5 or is it all over after this? :lol:
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Kimmy added this a few hours ago. I’m trying to keep my expectations in check, but it’s getting harder and harder. I think I’m committed to just believing for now, and I can just deal with any potential disappointment later.
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I just think it's silly to set yourself up to be disappointed by "David Lynch is being given a bunch of money to make an entirely new, original series/film."
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I'm actually starting to think that the announcement will just be something minor, and nothing related to the new series at all.
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