Twin Peaks 2 Seasons 1991

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Season 2
(387) IMDb 8/10
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Major Briggs has no memory of the place he was taken, but now has an odd tattoo on his neck. Andy and Dick break into Little Nicky's files. Mike and Nadine begin an affair.

Starring:
Kyle MacLachlan, Michael Ontkean
Runtime:
47 minutes
Original air date:
January 19, 1991

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Lets get this going already!
NicksChick
Also, the DVD set features limpid picture and high quality audio.
Yuri A. Baranov
Release Season 2 on DVD once and for all!!!
Eric F.

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4,061 of 4,073 people found the following review helpful By Brian H. VINE VOICE on June 1, 2004
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Ok, so this is a cheesy gimmick, and not the type of thing I would normally do, but desperate times...
If you are looking forward to season 2 on dvd, and the producers & studio are royally pissing you off because they can't get off their you-know-whats and just release it, then give this review a "found it helpful" nod. Let's show them how much we are all looking forward to this release. Season 1 came out so long ago, and those of us who refuse to buy the horribly-reviewed VHS version of season 2 are jonesing for this.
So let's see it. Who's with me?
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1,135 of 1,141 people found the following review helpful By Susan E. Slattery on October 28, 2002
Well, when it aired, they withheld the last six episodes -- and folks had to send naked Barbie dolls wrapped in plastic and logs and donuts to Robert Iger, the network big wig. Now it looks like we have to picket to get those episodes on DVD. What gives? Haven't we already proven that Twin Peaks fans are devoted, if not rabid? Why is it that a billion copies of Dumb & Dumber can't get to DVD fast enough, while something as masterful as Twin Peaks languishes in pre-production yet again? Listen, not everyone is an idiot out here in audience land. Some of us occasionally enjoy something intellectual. SEND US TWIN PEAKS, SEND US THE SECOND SEASON ALREADY, or you can bet I'll be slaying Barbies and shipping them with logs to somebody.
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81 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Michael Koo on August 18, 2005
Last year, there were no talks at all about releasing season 2 of Twin Peaks on dvd. Artisan went under and, I stand to be corrected, was taken over by Lion's Gate, who did not think it would make much profit by releasing season 2 on dvd. Now it seems that Paramount and David Lynch are working hard at releasing season 2 sometime in early 2006. David Lynch is extremely picky about digital video medium, so he will supervise the entire transfer for season 2 to produce the best possible discs. It will definitely be worth the wait, in my opinion, as witnessed in the Wild at Heart dvd that was released at the end of 2004. Although this movie came out in 1990, there was never an official US dvd release. If you watch the extra features on the disc, Lynch explains the tedious work of converting everything to dvd. As a result of his supervision, Wild at Heart looks extremely beautiful and the colors were restored to the true image that Lynch originally envisioned on film. This is why it took 10 years to finally release Wild at Heart on dvd. I am hoping they do the same for Lost Highway, as there is no official US version on dvd.

You can go on [...] an unofficial resource of David Lynch news, a site that I refer to all the time and also has very accurate information. On the website, you can also find detailed information and solid links to his new upcoming movie "INLAND EMPIRE", which looks very promising. The news section also mentions the reason for the delay for the Dune Extended Edition dvd.

Season 2 of twin peaks as well as further episodes are some of the best in the series. People are critical of the final episodes after season 2, as Lynch had left the series and audiences were weary of the direction the show was headed.
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69 of 71 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 29, 2004
Hey Folks, some good news here...the following appeared at Moviehole.net, October 22:

LynchNet site reports that the Season 2 DVD (which was supposed to be released late `04) was delayed because Paramount plans on releasing the DVD on a global scale. "Paramount say it's almost a sure thing that you'll see Season Two, as well as a re-release of Season One with the Pilot included, released by Paramount as soon as the rights revert back to them around September 2005.

The current rights holder, Lion's Gate (formally Artisan) has no plans to further exploit Twin Peaks or any of it's Spelling Entertainment titles due to the short time frame they have before the rights are lost. So it's all up to Paramount now.

Our sources also tell us that part of the reason for the delay of Season Two in other international regions is to have one big release worldwide around the same time in every country, US included. So for you folks overseas, you're also being affected by the rights issue here in the US. The other, though somewhat lesser reason for the delay is to allow more time to work on bonus features", says the site.

Nice. It's still coming. But how about "Fire Walk with Me"? Is there truly any chance of seeing that Directors Cut? (for the unswerved, Lynch was forced to cut hours from the film for its original theatrical run - and that's basically the reason why it makes no frickin' sense). Maybe. Another top Lynch resource, Dugpa.com, has contacted the studio who planned on releasing the cut bits, and got a favourable response back. "MK2 has been getting lots of support from the fans to release FWWM on DVD with Deleted Scenes.
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50 of 50 people found the following review helpful By just me on January 25, 2004
I am a huge David Lynch fan. ESPECIALY Twin Peaks. I own the episodes on VHS (as horrible in quality as they are), and was so happy when I found season one on DVD. I was extremely impressed with the quality of the DVDs (especialy after wearing out the already bad VHS tapes). What I enjoy most with the DVDs, in comparison to the VHS tapes (aside from the obvious quality improvement), is the optional intro with the Log Lady.
In some false hope that the powers that be may read this I have to ask, why couldn't the entire series have been put into one package as was done with the VHS tapes to begin with? The first season was really only a half season anyway. I beg you to release the second season on DVD, even if it is through an order form as a previous "review" suggested. This is seriously torture thinking that I may have to revert to my VHS tapes forever to finish the series.
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