Rosie, Bob and Adam mull over the eleventh episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks, Laura’s Secret Diary.

This week on Diane we expand our scope to encompass distance as we consider the theme of far flung friends. Andy sends the troops flying, regional dishes get exotic cachet, and though Josie returns to Harry’s arms she may as well be on the other side of the world.

Dear listener, when these frail shadows we inhabit now have quit the stage, we’ll meet, and raise a glass again in Valhalla.

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Gladhouse is the fifth realm,
Where the towers of Valhalla, gold and broad and bright,
Stand. And the Stranger drags the weapon-dead from the battlefield

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Rosie, Mark and Adam get up at midnight for the tenth episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks, The Man Behind the Glass.

This week on Diane it’s a slumber party. Audrey is eating candy in bed, Donna gossips with her dead best friend, and Ed sings Nadine a lullaby. The events of the recent days overwhelm Maddy, who feels that she’s fallen into Laura’s dream.

It’s almost like they didn’t bury her dead enough.

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My name will recall the countless stars under which new lovers kiss. Death ferries me to a distant shore while striped fish spawn on turquoise waters, while black fish leap in white rivers.

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Next episode: We open up the secret diary of Laura Palmer

The woods around Twin Peaks have been speaking to us through logs and dreams. This week on Diane it’s over a week since Laura was murdered and a mouth has opened in the sky.

Working with the theme of black holes we consider gravitational pull, disappearing acts, and space. Creamed corn vanishes, Audrey is dragged from Cooper’s grasp, and alien messages are delivered.

Is this real, ladies and gentlemen, or some strange and twisted dream?

Expect: Messages from space, James’s singing and ruptures in reality

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The moon may be high / Sha bop sha bop  / But I can’t see a thing in the sky / I only have eyes for you

I don’t know if we’re in a garden / Or on a crowded avenue / Sha bop sha bop

You are here / Sha bop sha bop / And so am I / Sha bop sha bop

Maybe millions of people go by / But they all disappear from view / And I only have eyes for you

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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.

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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.

 

Welcome to Diane… number 9.

Rosie, Bob and Adam feast on the seventh episode and Season 1 finale of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks, The Last Evening.

As the night of February 2nd 1989 drags on the town turns from cherry pie and donuts to dishes of the flesh: Nadine has a picnic, Josie eats blood, Jacques salivates, and the Mill is consumed by fire. Dale Cooper learns more about the last night of Laura Palmer and the darkness that swallowed her.

Expect: Jacques the cave man, the construction of mystery, sexual initiation, and the redemption of the megabitch.

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Since a remote time, people had abandoned it, without order expressing their words. Since that time earthquakes and lightning had dispersed its sun-dried clay; the bricks of the casing had split, and the earth of the interior had been scattered in heaps.

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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.

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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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Welcome to Diane… number 5.

Pathos and bathos gather to swallow the worm-choked mud and put the FUN in funeral as Rosie, Mark and Bob discuss the poignant and peculiar third episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks, Rest in Pain.

Expect: the fight against the dark, the fact of death, and a journey into the secret systems of the town. Oh, and the interment of Laura Palmer.

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Rivers turn to wood, ice melting to flood
Earth lies in death bed, clouds cry water dead
Tearing life away, here’s the burning pay

 

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Next episode: Mars, Venus, and amputation.

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.

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There’s nothing I can see but you when you dance, dance, dance, dance


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