It is only to the individual that a soul is given. And the high destiny of the individual is to serve rather than to rule, or to impose himself in any other way. -- Albert Einstein
'Twilight' is reaching so many people, and I think it's a really good step in the right direction for diversity and opening up doors.
'Twilight' is such an amazing project, and I think it opened up doors for all of us cast members.
'Twilight' is very different to the 'Vampire Academy,' completely.
'Twilight' passed like a fever through the sophisticated reader and the unsophisticated reader alike. People devoured those books in single sittings, over weekends, with a kind of raw intensity that is rare.
'Twilight' was about a naive person who knew nothing of a certain world, basically discovering that this world existed and totally being indoctrinated into it and falling in love with a vampire, which is interesting.
'Twilight's got some avid -- and rabid -- fans.
'Twin Peaks' is a continuing story; that comes from David Lynch and myself.
'Twin Peaks' is my favorite American TV show.
'Twin Peaks' is my favorite show of all time.
'Twin Peaks' is one of those Rorschach ink blot things, where everybody finds their own favorite thing.
'Twin Peaks' is so phenomenal. And it worked because they struck the right tone: they brought intelligence to it, and the mystery itself was compelling.
'Twin Peaks' was huge. I mean, it changed television; it was a huge hit, and it only went a season and a half. So that teaches you immediately that you just enjoy it for the time that you do it.
'Twin Peaks' was incredibly slow, methodic, taking shots that were uncomfortably long, with a lot of scenes where there was barely any dialogue. 'Riverdale' has a much faster pace.
'Twisted' is similar to 'Pretty Little Liars' in that it's about trying to find out who did it, but it's more about the human relationships between characters and the strain that things can put on them. It's also a little bit of a social commentary piece, because it covers very timely issues.
'Twixt kings and tyrants there's this difference known:
Kings seek their subjects' good, tyrants their own.
'Two Voices,' from my album with Peter Schwalm, is an intact dream-poem. I awoke one night with an image of a piece of paper and all the words of the poem written on it, so I just blundered down to the kitchen table and 'copied it out.'
'Two' is not written in the usual style of a novel. It's a straightforward, linear narrative of my times, as I observed partition, and is told through multiple characters.
'Tyrannosaur's an arrival for me, but it's also the first step into a new career. I don't want to be moonlighting at this, like I have done with acting. Y'know, I think I've found my career at 37 years old.
'UFO's' attitude toward the subject is very similar to mine. It's not an advocacy; its philosophy is more 'I want to believe this, but I want it proved.'