Northern Exposure (1990-1995)
I finally figured out we are somewhere between the end of the line and the middle of nowhere.
We gotta help Rob out with this blog. Anyone?
Happy Thanksgiving to all those who celebrate it. Or as they say in Cicely Alaska, “Happy Day of the Dead.” Let the tomatoes fly.
— Northern Exposure (via lostinthesounds)
i miss this show soo much.
"There’s a dark side to each and every human soul. We wish we were Obi-Wan Kenobi, and for the most part we are, but there’s a little Darth Vader in all of us. Thing is, this ain’t no either-or proposition. We’re talking about dialectics, the good and the bad merging into us. You can run but you can’t hide. My experience? Face the darkness. Stare it down. Own it. As brother Nietzsche said, being human is a complicated gig. So give that ol’ dark night of the soul a hug. Howl the eternal yes."
Maggie’s dream in ”Northern Exposure”.
Actress: Janine Turner
Fuckin’ great show.
Ed: Dr Fleischman! You look tired…
Fleischman: Well, I was up all night trying to think like a shower
Ed: maybe you should start with something easier, like a sink
It’s an old legend, that on Christmas Eve at midnight, all the animals fall on their knees and speak — praising the new born Jesus.
Back in the winter of ‘68, my Dad was doing a short term for D and D. Mom was — I’m not sure where Mom was. Anyway, I was home alone on Christmas Eve and I stayed up late to see if my dog, Buddy, would talk. He did — at least I think he did. I don’t remember Buddy’s exact words, but that’s not important. What matters is that a seven-year-old boy experienced his own personal epiphany.
My point? It’s that Christmas reveals itself to each of us in a personal way — be it secular or sacred. Whatever Christmas is — and it’s many things to many people — we all own a piece of it. Kinda like Santa’s bag, inside there’s gift for everyone.
My Christmas wish for you tonight — may your dog talk."
— Chris Stevens
Adam Ant and John Corbett on Northern Exposure, 1992
— Dennis Koenig and Jordan Budde, Northern Exposure, Roots, 1991 (via postcardsavvyrebel)