Mysteries Mounting, Lodge-Given Intuition and Janey-E Gets Things Done: Homeward Bound, Part 6

We pick back up immediately with Dale standing right where we left him, by the statue outside Dougie’s workplace. The same some is even playing - Windswept by Johnny Jewel. He’s messing with the sleeve of his arm - notably it’s the left arm, same as the arm which Phillip Gerard lost, and on which …

More Timeline Hyjinks, Some MLMT callbacks, Narrative Parallels and…Shoes?: Homeward Bound, Part 5

“To Dougie, With Love, Janey- E” Is it just me or does Janey-E’s inscription on Dougie’s wedding ring (found in the stomach of the headless man’s body in Buckhorn) seem pretty insincere? Around ten minutes into the episode we pick up shortly after where we left off with Dale, Janey-E and Sonny Jim. Janey-E orders …

Doppelgängers, Owls and Other Folklore Superstitions in Twin Peaks

TWIN PEAKS, when it first appeared on TV, was (and still is) considered one of the strangest, most terrifying and surprising works to ever grace network television. It is know for many iconic moments, and out-there choices, as well as it's enduring plot and characters. David Lynch’s avant garde style stands out among the legions …