"What does BOB want?"
"He is BOB, eager for fun. He wears a smile...Everybody run."
-- Dale Cooper and MIKE, Twin Peaks: "Demons"
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 "Demons," the sixth episode from Twin Peaks Season Two, featuring Leo Johnson's homecoming party, the on-screen debut of David Lynch as Gordon Cole, and Cooper's conversation with MIKE!
In our latest episode, Xan and I discuss things like our third attempt to record this episode, Ghostwood Mad Lib audio, the Veil's Total Depravity album, Jeff Goldblum's new jazz album, Carrie Fisher rattling off a long piece of Star Wars dialogue, paying tribute to the late Penny Marshall, Super Dave Osborne & "Mean" Gene Okerlund, the history behind the name "Fumio Yamaguchi", more of the movie Sunset Boulevard, Ian Abercrombie, Harold's orchids as a sexual metaphor, Donna using Harold's agoraphobia to her advantage, the Bookhouse being dimensionally transcendental, Audrey looking great even strung out on heroin, Harry's book of mug shots without names, Ben as the Second Worst Father of the Year, Twin Peaks' fascination with plaid, Harry needing to charge Donna with obstruction of justice, David Lynch's mini-pompadour, Nadine pouncing on Ed, Josie's arrangements never working out, BOB vs. Jason Vorhees, Maddy saying goodbye to James, Ben and Josie's blackmail foreplay, Leo's homecoming party, Gordon wanting to have a private conversation with Cooper, more of Harry constantly eating, actually playing Windom Earle's chess game with Cooper in real life, another round of "BOB or Leland", Mr. Tojamura being both racist and stereotypical, Ray Wise knowing how to work a crowd, Return of the Pink Panther, MIKE being very theatrical, my leaving the "Through the darkness of future past" speech on a college blackboard for people to find, transitioning from the Laura Palmer mystery to the Windom Earle storyline, James' storyline that nobody cared about, the Aquaman movie being more for my wife Lori, Danny the Street coming to the Doom Patrol TV show, 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 "Lonely Souls," the seventh episode from Twin Peaks Season Two, featuring the arrest of Ben Horne, Julee Cruise singing at the Roadhouse, and the long-awaited revelation of Laura Palmer's murderer! Look for more of Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast on iTunes, YouTube, Libsyn, and the official Southgate Media Group website!