A love letter to the extra who danced into homeroom in the pilot episode of Twin Peaks

July 9, 2010 at 5:46 pm (I Propose to Fictional Characters) (, )

Dear Extra who danced into homeroom in the pilot episode of Twin Peaks,

I think I love you.

There's, ah, no photos of the dancing extra, so please enjoy this picture of Agent Cooper, Sheriff Truman and a decapitated deer's head instead.

Not for your looks, because, for the brief moment I saw you, you were markedly average. Not for your brains, because you’re an extra playing a high school student. Not for your fashion sense, because Twin Peaks aired a long time ago, and only Coop’s clothes still look good. No, not for any of those things, Extra who danced into homeroom in the pilot episode of Twin Peaks. I love you for the way you danced into homeroom in the pilot episode of Twin Peaks.

It was beatiful. The bell rang, signalling class time. The last of the extras walked across the hall. And then you — marvelous, wonderful, spectacular you! Did a crazy dance into homeroom. Almost as if you could hear the music that we, the viewers, were listening to.

It was beautiful, and I love you, Extra who danced into homeroom in the pilot episode of Twin Peaks.

(I mean, you’re no Coop, but it’s not like I stand a chance in hell with him.)

(Plus, it’s like everybody in your town is cheating on each other, Extra who danced into homeroom in the pilot episode of Twin Peaks, and I’m hoping that you, as an extra, just wouldn’t have the budget for that sort of behavior.)

That's right. Not a chance.

Anyway, save a dance for me!

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