So what did you think of the third season?
I was positively surprised actually, I thought the original series had some clever ideas and great aesthetic, but I was strongly put off by the trope that pedophiles and murderers are somehow possessed by demonic entities, and thus not responsible for their own actions as opposed to just being straight up evil, something that Republicans have now used as defense of the crimnals in their own ranks lately, but the third season actually bettered it with some new twists on it.
It seems David Lynch was a Trumptard for a while, but he seems to have turned left with this, it even adressed some real social issues like gender inequality and the failure of US health care, and Dr. Jacoby's shovels was a really great parody of Alex Jones and his stupid minions, no punched pulled there. Also really liked the "final boss fight" against Bob, we all figured there would have to be one, but the way it happeed and was concluded was really unexpected and grimly amusing!
Still, there's a lot of questions about things that should really have been concluded better. I thought most of the stories about the original cast in Twin Peaks felt unnecessary and not really related to the main plot in any way, there wasn't enough of the "normal" Cooper and the Gordon Cole bits were a bit too many and too long too.
Also, some parts looked like a Newgrounds flash animation from 2003, they even used 2D still images instead of 3D models, which was odd when the rest of the series looked really high budget, maybe Lynch wasn't satisfied and made these scenes off-the-cuff himself with PowerPoint?
And I don't get why some people say it unambigously showed Laura Palmer "returning" and the world basically restored as if Bob had never existed and all of the original series basically neve happened, the final dialogue with Cooper at the police station after Bob is killed suggests that could happen, but the rest didn't seem like that at all to me.
Overall, pretty impressive conclusion (if that's what it will remain) and I have to praise anyone who dares to push the envelope of what can be done in a TV series meant for a major audience. I fully understand that he wanted to retain mystery and leave some questions unanswered, but you have to be frustrated when important plot points simply fail as they did here.
There's a chance I am racist after you ask me 1,000,000 times I am probably just going to be racist 1/1,000,000 times. Sorry but if it's that important to you maybe you should have asked me 1,000,000 times.
>>3622472>That's pretty much the entire furry community nowadays, except for me and a few more.
Shut the fuck up, pedo.