"Damn good coffee...and hot!"
-- Special Agent Dale Cooper, Twin Peaks: "Zen, or the Skill to Catch a Killer"
It is happening again...My co-host with the most Xan Sprouse and I are back with a new episode of Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast! This time, we continue our commentary tracks as we watch "Zen, or the Skill to Catch a Killer", the third episode from Twin Peaks Season One, featuring Dale Cooper's dream sequence and the first appearances of David Patrick Kelly as Jerry Horne, Miguel Ferrer as Albert Rosenfield and Michael J. Anderson as The Man from Another Place!
In our latest episode, Xan and I discuss things like a hot and rainy night in Columbus, Jerry Horne being the douchiest of the douchey, Jerry bringing brie & butter baguette sandwiches to an awkward Horne family dinner, Jerry being more depressed about the Norwegians than Laura's death, beating Xan to the Simpsons reference, wondering where the other male clients are at One-Eyed Jack's, Jerry getting sloppy seconds, Leo trying to be spooky with a flashlight, the original DeflateGate, Nadine's first shot of adrenaline, the only home photo of Leo Johnson looking like a mugshot, Bobby treating Shelly better than Leo, Big Ed's country song, Cooper creating a great blog name, Cooper instructing the Twin Peaks Sheriff's Department in the history of Dalai Lama and Tibet, wondering why Hawk wears oven mitts to hold a bucket of rocks, Deputy Andy getting a head injury, Leo being set up as a red herring, Donna and Audrey giggling over Cooper, Sheriff Truman meeting Albert Rosenfield, Nadine's happiness over her silent drape runners, Pete and Catherine's passive-aggressive behavior, the quaintness of accounting ledgers, Leland spinning around to "Pennsylvania 6-5000", Ray Wise actually cutting his hand on the shattered frame of Laura's homecoming queen photo, the dream sequence that raised the bar and made Twin Peaks into a must-watch water cooler show, Kyle MacLachlan 25 years later looking a lot better than Dale Cooper 25 years later, the worst case of bedhead ever, wondering why Harry doesn't insist that Cooper reveal who killed Laura Palmer right away, the Showtime series Red Shoe Diaries, feeling sympathetic to the Twede's Cafe staff who have to deal with Twin Peaks tourists, wanting Buckeye Donuts to sponsor us, and more!
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Be sure to come back in two weeks as Xan and I continue our commentary tracks as we watch "Rest in Pain", the fourth episode from Twin Peaks Season One, featuring Laura Palmer's funeral and the first appearance of Sheryl Lee as Maddy Ferguson! Look for more of Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast