Welcome to Diane… #30

Join Rosie, Adam and Bob as they take what is almost their last chance to enjoy episode 29 of Mark Frost and David Lynch’s Twin Peaks, also known as Miss Twin Peaks. We have approached the penultimate episode and soon we will all miss Twin Peaks.

But for now we have happier occasions to dwell on: Mr and Mrs Hurley announce separate engagements. Wyndham Earle discovers a perfect symbiosis of fear and appetite! And Dale Cooper gives his heart away.

The hour grows late. The time has come to gather our beloved Queen and embark upon our dark honeymoon.

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O how the darknesses do crowd up, one against the other, in ye hearts! What fear ye more that what ye have wroughten?

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4 Responses to “Diane… #30: Twin Peaks Episode 28 – Miss Twin Peaks”

  1. bobsy Says:

    This is very late. Sorry Dianiacs.

  2. bobsy Says:

    I feel I have made up for it with the amazing gif at the top of the post. You can see Peggy Lipton trying not to laugh…

  3. John Says:

    This IS a most excellent Gif. Nice touch. I wonder if anyone knows who that stagehand is…

    In other terrifying scene thoughts, I second the notion that Ed is terrified during Nadine’s slide show. It’s just like anything else: If it’s not your family the superhuman skills are awesome, but if you’re living with it you just pray to god you don’t get sexed to death like that Milford guy.

    In particular the thing that’ll stick with me for years is Rosie’s explanation of Annie being a stand-in for Twin Peaks…how she’s the spirit of the woods, Miss Twin Peaks (putting it this way is why I think the writers 100% endorse your take). “Cooper’s been falling in love with her since before she arrived”. THAT’s some poetry there. C’est Magnifique!

  4. Rosie Says:

    Hey John, sorry to be so late getting back on this we’re all all over the place at the moment but I had a quiet moment at work and was so pleased to see your thoughts here.

    Yeah Annie just comes in with so little explanation but intimately tied to both the darkness in the woods and the ‘lightness’ of the RR. To paraphrase what is surely the most poetical phrase in all of TP, she’s the whole damn town!

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