I'd write about that from the get go, but decided to consult you on that matter just in case. The thing is that technically Windom Earle appears in archive footage in Twin Peaks (2017). In Part 2 and Part 5 as they use footage of Bob and Mr. C laughing together from Episode 29 you can see Earle's shadow and even his jacketed shoulder for a few good seconds (shoulder shows up a few times as they loop the excerpt). I'd say that should count as appearances with additional trivia explaining the situation.
Oh, and another thing: no hard confirmation on this one, but it seems that Mr. C is using the same briefcase equipment in his endeavors that Earle was using. He probably collected those from Earle's cabin and... Well, let's just say it might not have been Earle who shot Leo Johnson, especially since there was no point in doing that after he trapped Leo with spiders. Food for thoughts.
BTW, my fan theory/head cannon is that since BOB has Windom Earle's soul and was symbiotic with Mr. C what we have in the series is essentially an ungodly mixture of all three of them: ultimate main antagonist of this series with all three of them combined into one. Although, of course, there's also that situation with Judy/Experiment/Mother(s)/Sarah Palmer however that is in play, but it's more of a bigger bad situation, rather than concrete main antagonist (so far).
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Hello! Silver again, and I thought I'd let you know of some updates. First, there is a new Special:Analytics page you can request and access on the admin dashboard! You can use this to keep track of pageviews and which articles are popular, and which deserve more attention. More info is available on the Help:Analytics dashboard and the blog post.
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Hi again! Just to let you know--there's a new feature called the Global Taxonomy. It accumulates wikis a user visits into a list of recommended wikis tailored to them. So even though Twin Peaks has ended, it'll attract fans and newcomers to the wiki! You can read more about it on the blog, plus if you're interested in template use, you can check out this link, too. Hope you find them helpful!
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Hey, I am trying to watch Twin Peaks, I'm at 4th episode but it's so boring actually. It's not even a mystery show, it's love and drama of the people. I always want to stop watching but something happens in the end so I can not resist. That dream scene, came up for example and then we learnt about a secret cult that protects the town from something inside the woods. I don't know I want to watch but... Is it always boring? Is it always a drama thing? There is no detectivity by the way, you know, clues and something. Mystery is being solved without clues but by some dreams and it kills all the mystery in my opinion. Should I keep watching, is it worth it?
Hey! Great work getting all those actors articles up, just wanted to suggest that maybe it would be better to lead off with the Twin Peaks relation. For example it's a little odd to start reading Arnie Stenseth and get hit with something a about a video game, I think the general format should be
X is a Y actor who (appeared/guest starred) in (Twin Peaks/the Twin Peaks pilot/etc) as Z.
Separate paragraph, bio, credits, etc.
I want to also have some standard way of listing other movies and TV roles but that can come later, thoughts?
If you do - I've been having a blast putting all this together, and I'd really like to help out even more with moderating, keeping the new pages up to date, etc. Plus I have a few ideas - touching up the main page, adding the actual title font (no more of those header images!), and further improving the timeline mechanics - that would be much easier with the ability to get into the site CSS/JS. I did the current design of the 24 wiki so I definitely have a bit of experience in that area haha.
I have no objections. I really appreciate the contributions you've brought here, and I'm not too good with design stuff, so I'd definitely appreciate that. So yeah, I think you've earned it! I'll give you admin rights in a few minutes.
Hey - do you mind if I test out some changes to the site logo and wordmark? Easier to just show you in Theme Designer than go through adding to your personal CSS, if you hate it you can change it back right away. Basically it's replacing the "Twin Peaks Wiki" with an icon logo and making the text version visible and look like the actual show credits. Once they let us upload fonts (sent requet) I can get it to look exactly like it!
Hey any chance you could give User:Movebot bot privileges? Was going to make a change to the date pages so they can be shown on the main page and this would just keep the automation from clogging up the activity feed like I did a few times before. Thanks