Welcome to Diane… #17.

Rosie, Adam and Mark eat too many sweets and stay up waaaay past bedtime to watch the fifteenth installment of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks, Drive With a Dead Girl.

Naughtiness is afoot, and the theme is mischief. Leland’s dancing on the furniture. Norma’s new dad is betting on the sly, and Catherine Martell toys with Ben’s freedom. She’s a caution, isn’t she?

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…within the death of an unknown creature, its vanished identity abstracted in terms of the geometry of this vehicle. How much more mysterious would be our own deaths…

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Welcome to Diane… #16.

Join Rosie, Adam and Bob as they grab a beer, crack some peanuts and settle into their groove at the Roadhouse. Something sad, bad and dreamy is happening in the fourteenth episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks, Lonely Souls.

We witness the Reveal. Tojamura drops the mask, Harold Smith bares his soul, and the spirits at the roadhouse step into the spotlight. Laura Palmer was raped and murdered by XXXX, dear listener. We’re so sorry.

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If once a man indulges himself in murder, very soon he comes to think little of robbing; and from robbing he comes next to drinking and Sabbath-breaking, and from that to incivility and procrastination.

We’re sorry that this episode is a bit of a downer, but we hope you’ll agree it was the way to go. Please forgive us and come back next episode when we will have… maybe a little more fun. Thanks too for bearing with us while we went on holiday for a few weeks.

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Next episode: Take both your souls out into the sunshine with a nice round of golf.

Welcome to Diane… #15.

Rosie, Bob and Adam dose up on bad medicine before watching the lucky thirteenth episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks, Demons.

This time on Diane infection threatens but the treatment seems to be off. Audrey’s had an overdose, Harold fights contamination, and if the wonders of home care don’t kill Leo Johnson the cake might. Off his meds, the one armed man reveals that his amputation was inspired by God, and invites us to consider the parasite.

We could all catch up on our sleep ladies and gentlemen, but restless nights and uneasy dreams go with the territory.

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You mighty one who ascends the mountains
Who faces all the winds,
Angry wind, who’s rising is terrible
Fierce one, raging one, who comes on furiously,
Who roars at the world regions,  who wrecks the high mountains
Who parches the marshland, who withers its reeds

He confronted the woods, dropped its trees

He descended to the river, poured out ice

He struck the young man, hunched him over,
He knocked the young woman, hit her womb

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