We’re still mired in the less vibrant portion of Twin Peaks. The show we all love is here somewhere but it’s like a black film has grown over it.
This week on Diane then, we talk veils.
Windham Earle employs a surrogate, the mists at the Great Northern finally clear, and Evelyn mourns the passing of the wild ride. Dear listener, work slowly and with care. Everything must be written in a steady, uncompromising hand.
This time on Diane: SUPERVILLAINRY!
Leo reasserts his authority over the Johnson house, Ben's therapy takes a turn for the problematic, and the omens don't look good for Dick and Andy. Amid the gathering darkness, the supervillain appears.
Dear listener, we have decided to adopt a child!
Our theme is blackout, as the lights go off and we struggle for consciousness. Major Briggs is unable to recall his time in the woods, Jean Renault prays that the nightmare will end, and Leo Johnson wakes.
Things are happening out there in the dark, ladies and gentlemen.
In the first Diane book club, Rosie and Bob give their initial reactions to Mark Frost's Twin Peaks novel, The Secret History of Twin Peaks. Listener, they liked it!
Team Diane will go in-depth on the novel sometime in early 2017
When Dale Cooper handed in his badge Twin Peaks lost a lightning rod. This time on Diane storms strike haphazardly and our theme is everyday magic.
Ben Horne raises a monolith, Little Nicky is plagued by persistent random misfortune, and Lana Milford is bewitching.
Ladies and gentlemen, our monitors are pointed at deep space but perhaps the messages we’ve been intercepting are coming from right here in the woods.
It's the 18th Episode of Twin Peaks and Rosie, Bob and Adam bear witness to the collapse of narrative structure.
But isn’t that the fate of all structures?
This time on Diane the team channel the voice of Windom Earle and demand that THE KING MUST DIE. Ben Horne considers his fallen empire, Mayor Milford mumbles his way off stage, and Dale Cooper can no longer be constrained by the governing authorities of the FBI.
Dear listener, it’s time to focus out beyond the edge of the board.
This episode: Ides of Twin Peaks, Arthurian myth, Baba-Yaga-Tojamura, close encounters of the firs kind
Rosie, Bob and Mark explore the unfamiliar territory that is the seventeenth episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks, A Dispute Between Brothers.
The great beast has fled for now and we enter the wilderness. Catherine found her way through the woods, Norma’s mother is finally banished, and the Bookhouse Boys crossed into forbidden lands. Ladies and gentlemen, would you care to join us for an incredibly pleasant evening of night fishing?
This episode: Weird neighbours; moral responsibility; disguises; demonic possession
Rosie, Mark and Adam did a bad thing, but they're not going to talk about that. No, instead they're going to talk about the sixteenth episode of Mark Frost and David Lynch's Twin Peaks, Arbitrary Law.
As Laura Palmer’s case is closed we grapple with the question of guilt. Ben is confronted by his slimy ratbastard past, Donna and James wonder if their relationship is cursed, and the beast bit twice before Cooper could catch him. Leland says BOB killed Laura, but Leland’s just crazy, right?
�T��his episode: 1950s BOB, time in Twin Peaks, mischief and the Devil
Rosie, Adam and Mark eat too many sweets and stay up waaaay past bedtime to watch the fifteenth installment of David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks, Drive With a Dead Girl.
Naughtiness is afoot, and the theme is mischief. Leland's dancing on the furniture. Norma's new dad is betting on the sly, and Catherine Martell toys with Ben's freedom. She's a caution, isn't she?
Rosie, Adam and Bob grab a beer, crack some peanuts and settle into their seats at the Roadhouse. Something is happening in the fourteenth episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks, Lonely Souls.
This time on Diane we witness the Reveal. Catherine Martell drops the mask, Harold Smith bares his soul, and the spirits at the roadhouse step into the spotlight. Laura Palmer was raped and murdered by XXXX, dear listener. We’re so sorry.
Rosie, Mark and Adam dose up on bad medicine before watching the thirteenth episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks, Demons.
This time on Diane infection threatens but the treatment seems to be off. Audrey's had an overdose, Harold fights contamination, and if the wonders of home care don't kill Leo Johnson the cake might. Off his meds, the one armed man reveals that his amputation was inspired by God, and invites us to consider the parasite.
We could all catch up on our sleep ladies and gentlemen, but restless nights and uneasy dreams go with the territory.
Rosie, Mark and Adam peer over the threshold of the twelfth episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks, The Orchid's Curse.
This week knives fly through the air and the theme is violence. Leland's on trial for murder, Nadine destroys a fridge, and the marvellous port-o-patient claims its first victim. As One Eyed Jacks becomes a Tiberian Bloodbath Coop drags Audrey from the wreckage.
The body count is rising but have no fear dear listener. We're not just three men on a fishing trip. We're a whole damn town.
Title music by: Strangers From Birth (https://strangersfrombirth.bandcamp.com/
Rosie, Bob and Adam mull over the eleventh episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks, Laura's Secret Diary.
This week on Diane we expand our scope to encompass distance as we consider the theme of far flung friends. Andy sends the troops flying, regional dishes get exotic cachet, and though Josie returns to Harry's arms she may as well be on the other side of the world.
Dear listener, when these frail shadows we inhabit now have quit the stage, we'll meet, and raise a glass again in Valhalla.
Title music by: Strangers From Birth (https://strangersfrombirth.bandcamp.com/)
Rosie, Mark and Adam get up at midnight for the tenth episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks, The Man Behind the Glass.
This week on Diane it's a slumber party. Audrey is eating candy in bed, Donna gossips with her dead best friend, and Ed sings Nadine a lullaby. The events of the recent days overwhelm Maddy, who feels that she's fallen in Laura's dream.
It's almost like they didn't bury her dead enough.
Title music by: Strangers From Birth (https://strangersfrombirth.bandcamp.com/)
Rosie, Bob and Adam listen closely to the ninth episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks, Coma.
The woods around Twin Peaks have been speaking to us through logs and dreams. This week on Diane it's over a week since Laura was murdered and a mouth has opened in the sky.
Working with the theme of black holes we consider gravitational pull, disappearing acts, and space. Creamed corn vanishes, Audrey is dragged from Cooper’s grasp, and alien messages are delivered. Is this real, ladies and gentlemen, or some strange and twisted dream?
Rosie, Mark and Adam's spirits are revived by the eighth episode and Season 2 opener of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks, May the Giant Be With You.
This week on Diane higher powers are taking over: Donna is possessed by infernal heat, Leland is singing hallelujah and Major Briggs takes Bobby to church. Alone in Calhoun Hospital, Ronette Pulaski stumbles from her dreams with a demon in tow. It's a hell of an episode ladies and gentlemen, but there's a little bit of heaven in there too.
Expect: spiritual allies, perfect beauty, the most useless waiter in the planet, and the true death of Laura Palmer.
Rosie, Bob and Adam feast on the seventh episode and Season 1 finale of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks, The Last Evening.
As the night of February 2nd 1989 drags on the town turns from cherry pie and donuts to dishes of the flesh: Nadine has a picnic, Josie eats blood, Jacques salivates, and the Mill is consumed by fire. Dale Cooper learns more about the last night of Laura Palmer and the darkness that swallowed her.
Expect: Jacques the cave man, the construction of mystery, sexual initiation, and the redemption of the megabitch.
Rosie, Mark and Bob face facts as they discuss the sixth episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks, Realization Time
It's six days since Laura died and those who seek her killer are playing dress-up. Maddie plays Laura, Coop and Ed play oral surgeons, and Audrey plays with fire. Storm clouds gather and Waldo the mynah bird is killed.
Expect: the problem of beauty, ghostly recordings, Calvin Klein's Obsession, and a hair-off between Hank and Harry.
Rosie, Mark and Adam get oneiromantic on the fifth episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks, Cooper’s Dreams.
Music's always in the air and poor Dale’s had a bad night’s sleep. Shelley and Norma have amazing hair, and Audrey nails a Job interview. Revelations abound as Bobby and Dr Jacoby share notes on Laura’s dark side, and the log recounts the night of her death.
Expect: dreams breaking into reality, secret selves, Icelandic myth, and Jerry’s winning tie pins.
Rosie, Bob and Adam go hard on the fourth episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks, The One Armed Man, where men are men and women and women.
Dr Jacoby tells us that the problems of our entire society are of a sexual nature, so expect Mars vs Venus, teen romance, wild beasts, big dicks and an encroaching wood in this week's installment of Diane.
Rosie, Mark and Bob discuss the poignant third episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks, Rest in Pain.
Expect: the fight against the dark, the fact of death, and a journey into the secret systems of the town. Oh, and the funeral of Laura Palmer.
Things get weird when Rosie, Mark and Adam discuss the second episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks, Zen or the Skill to Catch a Killer.
Expect symbolic grammars off-the-chain, a journey into night and the best way to combat the darkness in the woods. All that and the Red Room.
Rosie, Bob and Adam go deep on the first half of the pilot episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks, Northwest Passage.
Rosie, Mark and Adam peer into the red depths of the second half of Twin Peaks' pilot episode, Northwest Passage.
Rosie, Mark and Adam get all apophenic on the first episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks, Traces to Nowhere.
Expect fairy stories, 80s serial killers and FISH, along with your regularly scheduled magical undercurrents.