What Year Is This?: Looking Back At Parts 17 and 18 of Twin Peaks Season 3

June 10th, 1991: Twin Peaks Season 2 ends with its final 2 hours being shown back to back on ABC. The first hour features much more of the cast with the second hour being primarily focused on Agent Cooper, where he is reunited with Laura Palmer (in Doppelgänger form) in the Red Room. Cooper's journey in …

Counting Down to The Twin Peaks UK Festival 2018: Interview with Producer, Lindsey Bowden

I recently had a chance to catch up with Lindsey Bowden, Founder and Producer of the Twin Peaks UK Festival which is happening over the weekend of 29th & 30th September. With only a few weeks to go until the event takes place I wanted to find out just what is in store for ticket …

Favorites: The 25YL Staff Picks Their Top 5 Dream Acts for The Roadhouse In Our Dream Series 4 of Twin Peaks!

Here at 25YLSite, we handle a lot of heavy lifting. Analysis, interpretation, deep discussion, introspective interviews… you name it, we've got it. "Favorites" takes a lighter approach to the material we normally cover. Each week, we will take you through a list of favorites - whether it's moments, scenes, episodes, characters, lines of dialogue, whatever! …

Understanding Season 3: How the Fireman “Brings Back Some Memories” – Electricity Nexus #14

There can be haunted selves just as easily as haunted houses, especially in Twin Peaks where memories are loaded with power. I am going to make a statement today on how memory itself drives Season 3 of Twin Peaks. To paraphrase T. Kyle King, what follows is intended not as the definitive answer to Season 3's mysteries, …

Une Âme Solitaire: Fans in a Living Novel – John Pirruccello

In my previous living novel column, we met Ben (@beanorojo on Twitter), who shepherded me through the 2017 Twin Peaks Festival in Snoqualmie and North Bend, Washington. This week, I’d like to share another fan experience from that weekend, one from someone you may be slightly more familiar with. John Pirruccello portrayed corrupt Twin Peaks …

Hysteria in Twin Peaks

This is a guest feature written by Hannah Searson who previously wrote Ghosts, Sympathy and Bearing Witness in Twin Peaks: The Return. Hope you enjoy! Hysteria is gendered. It comes from the Greek, hysterikos (ὑστερικός), meaning ‘suffering of the womb’. Granted, the term originated later than the Ancient Greeks - they had their own misogyny in …