7:16 – Green Onions

Now for one of the most notorious scenes of The Return. We cut to the Roadhouse (indicating that this isn't where Part 7 will end, for anyone keeping note of the clock). The place is closed but inside Jean-Michel Renault (Walter Olkewicz) stands behind the bar busy with some endeavour. Booker T and the M.G.'s "Green Onions" … Continue reading 7:16 – Green Onions

5:15 – Trouble

Our visit to the Roadhouse this time isn't at the very end of the episode, but here - the first time The Return has broken formula since it established the closing songs at the end of Part 2. The band Trouble play a jazzy stomp called 'Snake Eyes' that was written especially for the scene. … Continue reading 5:15 – Trouble

3:15 – Kafkaesque

Kafkaesque (adjective) - characteristic or reminiscent of the oppressive or nightmarish qualities of Franz Kafka's fictional world. e.g. "a Kafkaesque bureaucratic office" FBI Headquarters, Philadelphia, PA FBI Deputy Director Gordon Cole (David Lynch) sits in on a meeting with Agent Albert Rosenfield (Miguel Ferrer). Albert is presenting information on an ongoing case. Among the other … Continue reading 3:15 – Kafkaesque

2:13 – Shadow

One of my favourite scenes of all of The Return is this one. Though we've seen a lot of familiar faces over the course of Parts 1 and 2, for some reason our return to The Roadhouse is the first moment that really feels like coming home. Following on from our dark encounter in the Palmer … Continue reading 2:13 – Shadow