6:13 – Something to do with your heritage

First of all, to anyone who had been checking this on a regular basis who has somehow returned, apologies for the delay in updates. You'd have thought the COVID-19 lockdown would've allowed plenty of time for me to forge ahead with this - and you'd be right - but the will to do so has … Continue reading 6:13 – Something to do with your heritage

6:12 – Cleaning up

We return to the town of Twin Peaks for the remainder of Part 6 and are treated to a brief scene in which Richard Horne (Eamon Farren) brings his truck to a stop in a field in order to wipe some of the blood off of it from his hit-and-run earlier in the day. He … Continue reading 6:12 – Cleaning up

6:6 – 324810-6

The next few scenes link together as one sequence. At the Double R diner, a woman named Miriam Sullivan (Sarah Jean Long) sits in a booth talking to Heidi (Andrea Hays) about cupcakes. The two women giggle together about deserts. Shelly (Mädchen Amick) chimes in that Miriam is one of their best pie customers (a … Continue reading 6:6 – 324810-6

6:5 – Carl Rodd

An establishing shot reveals a new location for the show; the 'NEW' Fat Trout Trailer Park. The 'old' Fat Trout Trailer Park was situated in Deer Meadow where Teresa Banks was murdered in 1988. Indeed, Teresa Banks lived at the Far Trout Trailer Park and it was the last place that Agent Chester Desmond was … Continue reading 6:5 – Carl Rodd

5:11 – I love how you love me

One of the staple locations of the former series now makes its long awaited return as Part 5 continues to define itself through short, sharp hops from place to place. This jumping about marks a change in feel for The Return after a fairly direct and streamlined opening clutch of installments. Inside the Double R Diner … Continue reading 5:11 – I love how you love me

5:4 – Feedback

Some characters from the original run of Twin Peaks simply don't have a use in the narrative being told throughout The Return. It's lamentable for some (Donna, most notably), but for others the bitter pill is easier to swallow. And, with some generosity, Mark Frost and David Lynch still give some of these lesser characters footnote moments, … Continue reading 5:4 – Feedback

5:3 – Still with me

In Yankton Federal Prison, South Dakota, Mr. C (Kyle MacLachlan) lies on his bunk in his cell and predicts the arrival of his evening meal. "And now food is coming". The guard approaches and passes the tray through the slot in the bars. Mr. C washes his hands and looks in the small mirror above … Continue reading 5:3 – Still with me

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