4:6 – Wally Brando

Sheriff Frank Truman (Robert Forster) trudges down the steps of the Twin Peaks Sheriff's Department and walks over to his visitor, who is flanked on either side by his parents Lucy (Kimmy Robertson) and Andy Brennan (Harry Goaz). They coo over their son, who has clearly been on the road and away from home for … Continue reading 4:6 – Wally Brando

4:5 – Brings back some memories

The beginning of The Return has taken us to various difference places across the United States, but until now our visits to the titular town of Twin Peaks has been few and far between - and often brief. Now, however, we get a slightly more expansive stay at the Twin Peaks Sheriff's Department and if feels … Continue reading 4:5 – Brings back some memories

3:12 – It’s not about the bunny

One of the great comedic scene cappers in the beginning of Twin Peaks occurs in the conference room of the Twin Peaks Sheriff's Department. Fresh faced Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) and Sheriff Harry Truman (Michael Ontkean) are sat at the table going through evidence, and have been noting items of intrigue surrounding Laura Palmer's diary, … Continue reading 3:12 – It’s not about the bunny

1:11 – Boxes

So far we've had the sinister glass box, Dr. Jacoby's delivery of shovels, even Ruth Davenport's apartment could be viewed as a kind of locked box... Part 1's preoccupation with boxes - and openings - continues as we return to the Twin Peaks Sheriff's Department. Following his late night phone call with Margaret Lanterman, Deputy … Continue reading 1:11 – Boxes

1:9 – My log has a message for you

When Mulholland Drive was first released it was marketed with a set of 10 'clues' to help viewers navigate the film's Möbius strip narrative (and forewarn of its canny complexity). One of these clues asked us to "notice appearances of the red lampshade". The lampshade in question sat in the home of Diane Selwin (Naomi Watts), on … Continue reading 1:9 – My log has a message for you

1:5 – Two Trumans

With golden sunlight pouring through the branches of the woodland backdrop, we visit the Twin Peaks Sheriff's Department for the first time in over 25 years. Lucy Brennan (Kimmy Robertson) is sat behind reception. The change in her name as advertised on the counter brings us right up to speed with efficiency. Her and Andy … Continue reading 1:5 – Two Trumans