July 26th, 2016
Welcome to Diane… number 9.
Rosie, Mark and Adam’s spirits are revived by the eighth episode and Season 2 opener of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks, May the Giant Be With You.
Greater powers step closer: Donna feels the heat, Leland feels the holy beat and Major & Bobby Briggs share a vision. Ronette stumbles from her dreams with devils on her heels. It’s a hell of an episode ladies and germs, but there’s a little slice of heaven in there too.
Expect: spiritual beauty, frustrating customer service, and the death of Laura Palmer.
Look up here, I’m in heaven
I’ve got scars that can’t be seen
I’ve got drama, can’t be stolen
Everybody knows me now
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Next episode: Things go into outer space, man.
July 8th, 2016
Welcome to Diane… number 7.
Rosie, Mark and Adam get sehr oneiromantic on the fifth episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks, Cooper’s Dreams.
Music’s always in the air and poor Dale’s had a bad night’s sleep. Shelley and Norma have amazing hair, and Audrey licks a job interview. Revelations abound as Bobby and Dr Jacoby share notes on Laura’s dark side, and the log recounts the night of her death.
Expect: dreams breaking into reality, secret selves, Icelandic myth, and Jerry’s winning tie pins.
The interpretation of dreams was intended as an expedient to facilitate the psychological analysis of the neuroses; but since then a profounder understanding of the neuroses has contributed towards the comprehension of the dream.
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Next episode: $#it gets real.
Welcome to Diane… number 4.
It’s weirder and weirder when Rosie, Mark and Adam discuss the second episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks, Zen or the Skill to Catch a Killer.
Expect Tibetan something or others, oven gloves, a journey into night and the best way to combat the darkness in the woods. All that and the Red Room.
There’s nothing I can see but you when you dance, dance, dance, dance
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Next episode: Things get unfunereal.