February 21, 2008

Which Twin Peaks character are you?

Thanks to Church of the Sweet Ride for the link to this quiz, whereby you can figure out which Twin Peaks character you are.

My result:
You're Agent Albert Rosenfield, the snide and superior forensics expert. Your tongue is sharper than your scalpel, and it doesn't take long for people to start hating you for your supercilious quips, but you are the very best at what you do. You don't suffer fools gladly, but you give respect when it's due. In fact, you're a good guy at heart, but so wedded to your sarcasm that you can rarely stand to treat people kindly.


At February 21, 2008 8:04 PM , Blogger Paul A Isaacson said...

Do you get the show "Lost" in Sweden? It's kind of like Twin Peaks... all character and scene with an evasive plotline.

At February 21, 2008 10:47 PM , Blogger Matt_J said...

My new brother in law recommends Lost too. It hasn't been on at the right time and I can't get a grip on it in five minute bursts. Looks like a collision of Thin Red Line with Fantasy Island. I'll keep trying.

You know the students at the universities these days were in diapers when Twin Peaks aired.

At February 21, 2008 11:00 PM , Anonymous tim said...

I'm the giant:

You are the Giant. You're mysterious, benevolent, and spooky as all get-out. Though you're extremely wise, your cryptic demeanor unnerves the hell out of folks. So does your bow tie.

never seen the show

At February 21, 2008 11:39 PM , Blogger Papa Twister said...

The building blocks of the proteins that the haploids that miraculously found each other to create my students hadn't been eaten by their parents yet when Twin Peaks first aired.

At February 21, 2008 11:41 PM , Blogger Papa Twister said...

Correction... their mothers' eggs were already waiting.

At February 22, 2008 8:58 AM , Blogger Matt_J said...

The Giant, cool. We sat behind him in a movie theater in South Pasadena once. He used a penlight to read the L. A. Weekly before the curtains opened.

Also we saw Lucy the Sheriff's secretary at the grocery store once.

At February 23, 2008 10:25 PM , Blogger reverend dick said...

I completely forgot to mention that , when working as an overnight Security guard at afancy hotel in Telluride, CO, Kyle Maclachlan stayed there. I delivered people's NYT faxes by slipping them under the door at 3am, and on his I wrote a note adressed to "Coop" thanking him for the show. I hope it unsettled him a little. It ought to've, if any show were to spawn psycho-stalker fans, it is Twin Peaks...
wait, uh...not that I'm really a stalker...


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