Those tweets reference the line at 3:33 into the dream sequence from episode 2:
The hashtag is from the same episode:
The Internet then immediately remembered this quote:
“When two separate events occur simultaneously pertaining to the same object of inquiry we must always pay strict attention!” — Special Agent Dale Cooper
And so, after letting that sit over the weekend, Showtime announced today that they have picked up a limited, nine episode revival of the series. It will air and take place in 2016, which is 25 years after the end of the 1991 series, per what Laura Palmer says 40 seconds into this clip from the series finale:
All nine episodes will be written, produced and directed by the co-creators. And it looks like Kyle MacLachlan has already agreed to reprise the role of Agent Cooper:
Until 2016, here are all of the mentions of pie and coffee in the entire series:
For those not cool/nerdy enough, A Song of Ice And Fire is the name of the book series of which A Game of Thrones is the first. (The name probably comes from Norse mythology, in which the first being, Ymir, was created in the void between ice and fire. There are lots of other Norse elements in the books, like long winter, dragons, frost giants, giant wolves, flaming swords and magical trees. There’s even a blog about all this.) ANYWAY, Slacktory does a really funny job “trying” to explain the whole book series in two minutes:
A video from The Onion goes over the new Facebook feature, LifePoint, which can tell you exactly when your life started going south:
An eyecatching link on a website which encourages people to read on. It is often paid for by the advertiser (“Paid” click bait) or generates income based on the number of clicks.
-from Urban Dictionary
Clickbait headlines are quite possibly the worst thing to have happened to the Internet, ever. And like a virus, it keeps spreading, thanks to the success of terrible, terrible websites like Upworthy.
To fight this scourge, a Twitter guy (it’s gotta be a guy, right?) named @SavedYouAClick started reading a bunch of a clickbait articles and then posting awesomely sarcastic summaries of what you’d find in the article, were you to take the bait. Examples: (which are better understood by starting to read them at the RT, and then reading the beginning part)
Co-valedictorians RT @HuffingtonPost: Identical twins get school’s highest honor
Less than $6 per passenger. RT @cnni: Guess how much money airlines make when you fly. You might be surprised:
Run away. Fast. RT @businessinsider: A former Navy SEAL explains how to escape a dangerous situation
It’s called Drizly. RT @latimes: A liquor delivery app just launched in L.A.:
She’s pregnant again. Those are the details. RT @OK_Magazine: Breaking: @kourtneykardash is pregnant! Details:
LeVar Burton bringing back Reading Rainbow RT @Upworthy: That one time when a famous Hollywood person created a Kickstarter so kids can read
It’s not. It could give you a hand injury, though. @mashable: Why Texting Is Killing You
It’s a red panda. Cute, but not cutest ever. RT @Cosmopolitan: Is this the cutest GIF ~*eVeR?
Abandoned island near the Bronx. RT @HuffingtonPost: We’re pretty sure a visit to this island will give you nightmares
No. Just let it go. RT @GuardianUS: Does a spouse not liking Frozen qualify as grounds for divorce?
Water quality. RT @businessinsider: A chemist has uncovered the secret to brewing delicious coffee at home
Sexism. RT @Slate: What we found while lurking on an anonymous college message board for two years will disgust you:
Invaded Normandy. RT @businessinsider: Here’s how the Allies began to win World War 2, 70 years ago tomorrow
Because you’re not enjoying it. A study found they’re linked. RT @NYMag: Why you’re constantly exercising and never losing weight:
Wal-Mart sells a TON of CDs. RT @FortuneMagazine: Here’s why Pharrell and Robin Thicke played the Wal-Mart annual meeting for free
Florence. (It’s just a user poll). RT @mashable: What is the best summer vacation spot in the world?