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Twin Peaks: The Return | Discussion Through “Part 14”

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Twins Peaks: The Return Recap Podcast Through “Part 14” from August 17th, 2017

 

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At long last, Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and AJ Mass (@AJMass) have joined forces to discuss TWIN PEAKS: THE RETURN, the Showtime revival of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s classic series. The pair discuss the way the new Twin Peaks is breaking expected storytelling format conventions, how the series uses darkness and sound (or lack thereof) to move viewers, the spinning wheels of the Twin Peaks townspeople, the highs and lows involved in the two versions of Agent Cooper, and much more. 

Warning: this podcast features full spoilers through the first 14 episodes of TWIN PEAKS: THE RETURN, and wastes little time getting into the matter. This isn’t a set-up for people who are interested in getting into Twin Peaks. It’s designed for the people are already indoctrinated in the Blue Rose of it all. Please enjoy accordingly, ideally with a hot cup of coffee and a nice slice of cherry pie.

Josh and AJ will return with at least one more TWIN PEAKS podcast once the series wraps, if not another show or two beforehand, if schedules align.

  • Sindri Snaer Omarsson

    Loved the discussion. I wasn’t even born when the original series aired but my dad introduced me to it about a year ago and I completely fell in love. There are few series and writers that I completely trust with not screwing up their shows and David Lynch and Mark Frost are among those (Sam Esmail daswell). I absolutely love how their breaking up every single TV norm and completely changing, my view at least, of what TV can be. I’ve never been as enthralled and excited about a show and am truly going to be sad when it ends. I sincerely hope we get more Twin Peaks but that might be unlikely. Hope you do more podcasts and AJ, I love and relate to your passion towards the show and all things Lynch. Mark Frost though doesn’t get the recognition and praise he deserves. He is the one tying this whole thing together. Again loved the podcast and hope to hear more.