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?

Listen to the episode here!

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Really Weird Stuff E10: Twin Peaks – Coma

It’s part two of the David Lynch-directed double shot that kicks off Twin Peaks Season 2. “Coma” is written by Harley Peyton. It originally aired on October 6th, 1990. This episode is full of fun and frivolity, but it also features some top-notch BOB scares and arguably the worst Twin Peaks moment of all time: A little ditty called “Just You and I”. On this episode, we explore such mysteries as:

WHY do Coop and Harry have so much trouble adjusting those hospital stools?
WHO is going to eat all that food that Coop and Albert ordered?
HOW many times did James make Maddie and Donna practice that song?

PLUS: Once again we ask, where exactly in Washington state is Twin Peaks?

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Really Weird Stuff E9: Twin Peaks – May the Giant Be with You

On this episode, we’re discussing Twin Peaks Season 2, Episode 1: May the Giant Be with You. This episode first aired on September 30th, 1990. It was written by Mark Frost and David Lynch and directed by David Lynch. This is a very special episode for many reasons, not the least of which is our guest, the lovely and talented Krishane Jones! Krishane has lived a life steeped in Twin Peaks and has many unique insights into our favorite small town yokels.

Join us to explore such mysteries as:

WHY does Gersten feel so much pressure to succeed?
HOW does Albert make it through Ed’s story without making a wise crack?
WHAT possessed Norma to wear Hank’s clothes?

PLUS: A candidate for the scariest scene in the original series!

Listen to the episode on your favorite podcast app or download it here!

Really Weird Stuff E3: Twin Peaks – Zen or the Skill to Catch a Killer


Zen or the Skill to Catch a Killer” is also known for being the episode that really leans into the weird stuff. We have Sarah Palmer’s visions, Nadine’s super strength, Cooper’s unusual methods, Albert Rosenfield’s delightful diatribes, and a visit to the Red Room! It’s written by David Lynch and Mark Frost and directed by David Lynch, so you know it’s gotta be a juicy one. 

Special guest Chris Brugos joins us to explore mysteries such as:

WHY does Ben Horne eat his sandwich from the middle? 
HOW hard is it to talk backwards?
WHERE is Queer Street in relation to the police station? 

PLUS! An acapella version of Audrey’s Dance. 

Grab a double scotch on the rocks, and a double scotch ‘nother and join us!

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