It’s like a whole different podcast! We finally have a proper recording setup, so the audio quality is much improved. In this episode, we attempt to catch up a little, as we’ve gotten way further ahead in watching than podcasting. So we cover two episodes. Unfortunately, Jamie had no notes for Part 7, so that will have to wait until next week.
After a too-long hiatus, we convene to discuss Part 5 of The Return, in which Decidedly Un-Magic Mike has double standards about business etiquette, Douglas Jones has his first sip of coffee and sees the light, and Dr. Amp tells us where our freedom is.
In this episode, we discuss Part 4 of the return, in which Gordon Cole has a disturbing conversation with a long lost special agent, who isn’t quite who he expected.
In this episode, we cover Part 3 of The Return. We also try out a better podcast structure that allows for a more interesting and dynamic conversation.
Finally, it is happening. Matthew did his best to rescue the terrible source recordings so that you can listen semi-comfortably to this terrible discussion of Episode 1 and 2 of Twin Peaks Season 3 (sometimes also known as “The Return”).
In this second pilot episode, Matthew Jamie and David discuss the Twin Peaks prequel movie, Fire Walk With Me.
This pilot episode covers Season 2, Episode 7, which is sometimes titled as “Lonely Souls” on Netflix and other such places. It is a very pivotal episode in the series, and I would advise not listening to the podcast until you have watched at least that far in the series.