Really Weird Stuff E22: Twin Peaks – Double Play

On episode 22 of Really Weird Stuff, we’re discussing Twin Peaks Season 2, Episode 14: “Double Play. This episode was written by Harley Peyton and directed by Uli Edel (Body of Evidence). It’s best known as the one with a whole lot of time spent on the three most intolerable plots (James & Evelyn, Little Nicky, & Ben Horne’s Civil War re-enactment), but it also delivers a very compelling horror vignette when Leo attacks Shelly in their perpetually under-construction home. Special guest Chris Brugos joins us to explore such mysteries as:

HOW can Windom carry so much literal dead weight without any help?
DO Ed and Norma know you can divorce someone BEFORE they go to jail or lose their mind?
WHAT should Ben have re-enacted instead of the Civil War?

PLUS: A full deconstruction of the “Asian Man Killed!!” news article prop!!

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Really Weird Stuff E16: Twin Peaks – Drive with a Dead Girl

On episode 16 of Really Weird Stuff, we’re discussing Twin Peaks Season 2, Episode 8: “Drive with a Dead Girl”. This episode was written by Scott Frost and directed by Caleb Deschanel. It’s best known as the one where BOB has the time of his life carting Maddy’s body around town in the trunk of Leland’s car. Special guest Chris Brugos joins us to explore such mysteries as:

WHY do evil entities have such pedestrian names?
WHAT is Gwen’s deal?
HOW does Maddy fit into such a small bag?

PLUS: Harry’s Prosecution Complex!

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Really Weird Stuff E15: Twin Peaks – Lonely Souls

On episode 15 of Really Weird Stuff, we’re discussing Twin Peaks Season 2, Episode 7: “Lonely Souls”. This episode was written by Mark Frost and directed by David Lynch. It’s best known as the one where Maddy goes galloping back to Missoula, Montana. To help us discuss the DOOZIEST of doozies, we have TWO special guests: Both halves of the Ex-Rated Movies Podcast, Ryan Weadon and Matt Fisher! We explore such mysteries as:

WHAT does the S. stand for in Harry’s full name?
WHY a horse?
HOW does David Lynch make history’s most unsettling hour of network television?

PLUS: Matt coins the phrase, The Coop Loop*!

*T-shirts forthcoming

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Really Weird Stuff E11: Twin Peaks – The Man Behind the Glass

On episode 11 of Really Weird Stuff, we’re discussing Twin Peaks Season 2, episode 3: The Man Behind the Glass. This episode originally aired on October 13th, 1990. It was written by Robert Engels and directed by Lesli Linka Glatter. It’s best known as the one where Albert declares his love for Sheriff Truman. Chris Brugos joins us to explore such mysteries as:

HOW much does Leland really know about BOB?
WHO cares about the Lucy/Andy/Dick paternity triangle?
WHY doesn’t Ronette get more credit for being such a survivor?

PLUS: What a piece of work is Emory Battis?

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Really Weird Stuff E6: Twin Peaks – Cooper’s Dreams

“Cooper’s Dreams” is the 5th episode of Season One of Twin Peaks. It was written by Mark Frost and directed by Lesli Linka Glatter, who is one of the more experimental auteurs in the Peaks-verse Lynch/Frost, notwithstanding. It originally aired on May 10th, 1990 and is perhaps best known for being the one where Cooper’s a little on edge and only has time for coffee, and the gang hikes to the Log Lady’s cabin for tea and spooky log testimony. Special guest, Cecelia Gunn joins us to explore such mysteries as:

WHAT is Doc Hayward doing, tagging along on strenuous police field work?
WHY does “Flesh World” keep publishing photos of Leo’s truck?
HOW come nobody, including Maddy, remembers meeting Maddy?

PLUS: Donut Crimes, gun-happy Peakers, and of course, STFU JAMES!

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