IN DEFENSE OF BOBBY BRIGGS

By far the closest person to Laura Palmer, despite everything, was Bobby Briggs. They were each others’ first love, the closest of friends, and they knew each other completely. Right up until the end, despite their emotional separation and extra-curricular relationships, there was a tenderness between them that had been there since they were children. …

Janey-E Is the Best New Character in Twin Peaks

  We’ve got gold-spewing giants. We’ve got evil-birthing atomic explosions. We’ve got lighter-seeking, skull-crushing woodsmen. We’ve got interdimensional portals in large glass boxes. And the hyper-intuitive hero who can understand it all is trapped in a childlike stupor. Still. Feels a bit overwhelming, no? Good thing we’ve also got Janey-E, the laser-focused Mama Grizzly at …

Doubt About Diane

“Black Lodge/White Lodge” is the 25 Years Later version of the popular point/counterpoint style of debating, wherein two sides take opposing views and hash it out on stage. Here, we’ll be debating the finer points of Twin Peaks lore, in writing, for your reading pleasure. Today’s debaters are: Aidan Hailes & Simon RJ Brake The topic is: …

Third Day Theories: A Recap of the Latest Theories, Analysis and Predictions Generated from Season 3 Part 9, This Is The Chair

Welcome back, dear reader.  Boy, Bad Cooper walking down that dirt road looked rough, didn’t he?  He looked like we felt after watching Part 8.  Thankfully, we’re back on track with Part 9.  All sorts of story lines are converging, and time lines too, it would seem.  The exposition hose was on full blast in …

The failed roll of film that became “something more”

It all began with the visual art. David Lynch went to art school and he worked with whatever material that seemed to be of interest in the moment; assemblages, photography, painting, collages and sculptures. His works are the results of a chaotic creative processing of mixed media. Lynch included everyday objects into his art. Stuff …

Major Briggs Steals The Show, Hornes Will Be Hornes & Lots More: The Waiting Room

Welcome back to "The Waiting Room", my weekly Monday night column. In a slight change to the format, I will now only be covering the plot lines in the town of Twin Peaks and following everyone's favorite "never say die" Doppelganger, Mr. C. Laura Stewart will now be covering the FBI in her Wednesday column, …