Blue Rose Task Force Podcast Meets The Log Lady in Episode 5

This week’s deep-diving spoiler-filled installment of the Blue Rose Task Force Podcast explores Episode 5—the sixth overall installment of Twin Peaks—using the full context of Twin Peaks from 1990 to 2017.

This week’s behind-the-scenes section focuses on how director Lesli Linka Glatter became involved with Twin Peaks, how her mindset was a perfect match for Twin Peaks, and how Mark Frost handled the character of the Log Lady in her first major scene—despite her originally being David Lynch and Catherine Coulson’s character.

After that, the host goes deep into Margaret’s words from the Log Lady introduction, and then her words in the episode itself. There’s a lot to be gleaned about the metaphysical realms depicted in the show, about Margaret herself, and the podcast explores a number these trains of thought.

Episode 5 is also a great spotlight on Audrey Horne. She wants to learn everything she can about Laura. The podcast looks into why that is, while showing how Hank’s path is a cautionary tale for her, and how the relationship with her father effects things.

Bobby Briggs gets a similar focus today. The podcast explores how his relationship with Laura affected him, who he was before he was with her, and the complicated way he and his father have something in common.

If you like what you hear, Blue Rose Task Force Podcast would love to hear from you. Send any of your questions and feedback to and we’ll discuss it in our monthly Mailbag episodes.

Blue Rose Task Force Podcast is presented by 25YL Media and Ruminations Radio Network. Production by Mitch Proctor and Area 42 Studios and Sound. You can listen now on Spotify, Apple and other podcast platforms.

S1E6 “Cooper’s Dreams”

Listen to this episode from Blue Rose Task Force: A Twin Peaks Obsessive Podcast on Spotify. This week’s spoiler-filled deep-dive has tea at the Log Lady’s cabin as it goes into Episode 5. Your host John looks into director Lesli Linka Glatter, everything we know about the Log Lady, and what Margaret can tell us about living where the barrier between worlds is thin.

The following are discussed this episode:

Gratitude, Respect, and Compassion in Twin Peaks

Bobby Briggs & Laura Palmer: A Love Story

Written by John Bernardy

John Bernardy has been writing for 25YL since before the site went public and he’s loved every minute. The show most important to him is Twin Peaks. He is husband to a damn fine woman, father to two fascinating individuals, and their pet thinks he’s a good dog walker.

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