DFP #42 – Twin Peaks: The Return Part 12

Sometimes you get what you want, and sometimes with David Lynch and Mark Frost and Twin Peaks, it’s in the form you least suspect. Brea Grant joins us to discuss the newest member of the Blue Rose Task Force, bloody mary’s in retirement and oh, so much more.

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3 Comments on “DFP #42 – Twin Peaks: The Return Part 12

  1. Bing was the guy looking for Billy at the Double R. It has been confirmed that there was an error in the episodes subtitles.

    • Yes, indeed!
      Bing was the guy looking for Billy at the Double R. It has been confirmed that there was an error in the episodes subtitles.

  2. I like your show. I watched Twin Peaks when I was in college. I think I was the only one in my dorm as I used to watch it alone in the lounge. I’m happy with the new series. It was difficult to watch the first few episodes because it took some time to get used to the new pacing, but now I’m very familiar with it. Episode 112 was the first one where I felt sad that the series is limited to 18 episodes and that it’s going to be over soon. I find it’s best to let the show wash over you like water and just enjoy the moments, no matter how mundane, odd, or surreal they are.

    I think it would be funny if Cooper remained in the Dougie persona until the end, only returning to himself after his evil doppelganger has returned to the lodge.

    I enjoyed seeing Sherilyn Fenn return as Audrey. And I’m glad to hear that no one knows the people they were talking about, because I felt like I’d have to do a lot of research to find out who they were, or at least look back at previous episodes. Frankly, I don’t have time to do that. I’m not approaching this series as something to decode or look at too closely. It’s more like a nice piece of art to enjoy for me. I haven’t gone back to the old series to re-watch it, nor do I intend to.

    Episode 112 felt familiar to me. Now I know what to expect from a Twin Peaks episode, and I’m fine with it. I love how each episode ends with a performance at the Roadhouse.

    Oh, and the part when Trick comes in and tells the two girls that he was ran off the road and almost died was great! We didn’t need to see the action, but we still felt it from his reaction. It reminds me that you can still tell a good story without spending a lot of money on stunts and large set pieces. It’s a fun show and I’ll miss it when it’s gone.

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