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Posted by David Lynch on Tuesday, June 26, 2018

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Enjoy a Damn Good Cup of Coffee with David Lynch and Kyle MacLachlan – Omaze.com

Prepare for the wonderful and strange because you and a friend are off to NYC to live out every Twin Peaks fan’s dream! You’re going to David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption as David’s VIP guests to experience all the music, art, film and creativity the fest has to offer. You’ll meet Naomi Watts, attend a super secret event David’s hosting the night before and—in true Twin Peaks fashion—you’ll join David and Kyle MacLachlan for their favorite hot beverage… coffee. That’s right, coffee with Special Agent Dale Cooper! It’s going to be a damn good time. Flights and hotel included.

Source: Enjoy a Damn Good Cup of Coffee with David Lynch and Kyle MacLachlan – Omaze.com

Enjoy a Damn Good Cup of Coffee with David Lynch and Kyle MacLachlan – Omaze.com

Prepare for the wonderful and strange because you and a friend are off to NYC to live out every Twin Peaks fan’s dream! You’re going to David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption as David’s VIP guests to experience all the music, art, film and creativity the fest has to offer. You’ll also attend a super secret event David’s hosting the night before and—in true Twin Peaks fashion—you’ll meet up with David and Kyle MacLachlan for their favorite hot beverage… coffee. That’s right, coffee with Special Agent Dale Cooper! It’s going to be a damn good time. Flights and hotel included.

Source: Enjoy a Damn Good Cup of Coffee with David Lynch and Kyle MacLachlan – Omaze.com

Twin Peaks recap: episode 16 – everything we wanted and more | Television & radio | The Guardian

Diane pays a visit to the Black Lodge… Laura Dern. Photograph: Suzanne Tenner/Showtime

Spoiler alert: this link is for Twin Peaks viewers who have seen episode 16 of The Return, showing on Showtime on the US and Sky Atlantic in the UK. Do not read on unless you have watched.

Spoliers here: Twin Peaks recap: episode 16 – everything we wanted and more | Television & radio | The Guardian

‘Twin Peaks’ Season 3, Episode 8: White Light White Heat – The New York Times

From left, Carel Struycken and Joy Nash in “Twin Peaks: The Return” Credit Suzanne Tenner/Showtime

At the start of the hour, before the journey into the past, I jotted down in my notes that the shot of stark headlights on a pitch-dark American roadway in the middle of nowhere was a classic Lynch image, at once familiar and terrifying. But that was a good 10 minutes before Lynch went full “Eraserhead,” transporting us to an otherworldly dimension wherein a humanoid figure belches out a viscous stream of ominous ovoid shapes.

Source: ‘Twin Peaks’ Season 3, Episode 8: White Light White Heat – The New York Times

Twin Peaks: In Praise of Dougie, the Show’s Biggest Tease

The Dougie-Coop scenes are also the funniest, most accessible elements of The Return, despite their measured pace and repetitive nature. MacLachlan is responsible for the vast majority of the comedy, as simply watching Dougie-Coop navigate a world he doesn’t understand is funny enough, while Lynch and Frost raise the comedic stakes by placing the character in situations he’s seemingly ill-equipped to handle that nonetheless work out in his favor, not unlike the bare-bones formula of a sitcom. After Dougie-Coop staggers into a casino, he proceeds to clean out $425,000 from the slot machines, much to the surprise and fear of the casino management. Similarly, he wanders into an office building, chugging coffee like a fiend, only to make an accusation of corruption against his co-worker Anthony (played by Tom Sizemore). Later, as he childishly doodles on insurance files he’s supposed to summarize, he all but proves Anthony’s misdeeds, much to the surprise and gratitude of his boss. Dougie-Coop’s upward flailing is top-notch absurd situation comedy, but the humor comes through even better in the smaller moments — his ritualistic “Helloooo-ooo-ooo” every time he hits a jackpot, his rediscovery of pancakes and coffee, his inability to control his bladder and subsequent relief when it’s emptied, and his befuddlement at his son’s clapper lamp.

Source: Twin Peaks: In Praise of Dougie, the Show’s Biggest Tease