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Twin Peaks | The Past, Present And Future

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It is happening again!

Well, actually, it’s happening for the first time, as Post Show Recaps covers TWIN PEAKS, the cult classic series about a small town in Washington with very big secrets — weird, deadly secrets. Listen in as the equally weird and much-less deadly Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) teams together with AJ Mass (@ajmass) to discuss the David Lynch series, which AJ counts as his all-time favorite show. In other words, TWIN PEAKS is to AJ as LOST is to Wigler.

Josh and AJ get together to talk about what makes TWIN PEAKS unique, what it was like to watch the show while it was airing, why it has endured after all these years and only two seasons (and a movie), the anticipated return of the show in 2016, actor Kyle MacLachlan signing on to reprise his role as Agent Dale Cooper, comparisons between TWIN PEAKS and LOST, and much more.

The TWIN PEAKS podcast contains only mild spoilers, so whether you’re a hardcore fan of the series or just interested in giving the show a shot for the first time, this one’s for you!

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  • Amy K

    THANK YOU!!! Hoping this is the first of many Twin Peaks recaps to come for this amazing, ground breaking show. maybe a re-watch prior to the new episodes next year?

  • Ash

    I’m so excited for this! I just watched the series a couple months ago. I have to get my hands on the movie so I can listen to this podcast without fear of spoilers.

    • Josh Wigler

      Spoiler-free podcast! Enjoy without fear!

      • Ash

        Thanks for making my morning Josh!

  • Rick Marshall

    Nice comparison of Dale Cooper to a combination of Hurley, Jack and Locke from Lost. The closest I can think of any one single character to Dale would be Chris Traeger from Parks and Rec, especially in terms of his pure enthusiasm and awe about the simplest things.

  • Rick Marshall

    I still remember vividly watching the 2-hour pilot when it first aired on ABC. I believed then and still believe it was the best beginning to any TV show I can recall. sadly, the show went rapidly downhill after the first season.