"Do you think that if you were falling in space...that you would slow down after a while, or go faster and faster?"
"Faster and faster. And for a long time, you wouldn't feel anything. And then you'd burst into fire...forever...and the angels wouldn't help you, because they've all gone away."
-- Donna Heyward and Laura Palmer, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me
It is happening again...my co-host with the most Xan Sprouse and I are back once again with a new episode of Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast! This time, we review Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, the 1992 cult film directed by David Lynch that served as a prequel to the television series!
In our third HUGE episode, Xan and I discuss things like remembering Warren Frost as Doc Heyward, Xan and I as the only two people that never watched Seinfeld regularly, Xan's recent trip to Snoqualmie and North Bend in Washington to see the real life Twin Peaks opening credits waterfall and the Double R Diner, why it's important to watch Fire Walk with Me after the original television series, Chris Isaak as Special Agent Chet Desmond, wondering about Carl Rodd being more than he seems, David Bowie as Phillip Jeffries, why the scene of Annie appearing in Laura's bedroom needed to be cut, Mike the One-Armed Man being a warning, BOB affecting Leland and Laura's relationship, Laura Palmer's tragic story being so fascinating, wanting a more satisfying ending to the original series than what we got, wanting to see Laura Palmer's redeemed spirit alongside Anakin and Yoda at the end of Return of the Jedi, the deleted scenes that provide a new ending to the original series, Khan Noonien Singh never meeting Chekov in the original Star Trek series, Xan crying when she sees the Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me trailer, Twin Peaks music on vinyl, and more!
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Be sure to come back next month as Xan and I review "Northwest Passage", a.k.a. the 1990 pilot episode of the original ABC television series Twin Peaks! Look for more of Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast on iTunes, YouTube, Libsyn, and the official Southgate Media Group website!