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A weekly podcast where we unwrap each and every episode of Twin Peaks, oh and lots of pie.

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September 30, 2015

Twin Peaks Unwrapped 17: S2E11

Bryon and Ben discuss Twin Peaks episode 11. “Will Cooper come to Audrey’s rescue? Her father Ben Horne has an unusual opinion about Cooper playing the hero. If the owls continue to be not what they seem Audrey’s rescue may have to wait. For some reason owls figure prominently in Laura Palmer’s death and their significance may or may not be explained this week.” Wilmington Morning Star 10/20/90

 

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“Sycamore Trees" lyrics by David Lynch, music by Angelo Badalamenti and sung by Jimmy Scott

Wrapped in Plastic magazine #20

Wrapped in Plastic magazine #21

Wrapped in Plastic magazine #59

Twin Peaks Behind-The-Scenes book

Reflections: An Oral History of Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks Episode #11 script

The New York Time  August 24, 2004


 

 

R.I.P. Catherine Coulson, The Log Lady

Interview from Ep 8: Twin Peaks Fest 2015

 

 

 

www.twinpeaksunwrapped.com


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September 23, 2015

Twin Peaks Unwrapped 16: S2E10

Bryon and Ben discuss Twin Peaks episode 10. “Cooper and Truman’s trail to Laura’s killer takes an unexpected turn; Blackie sees opportunity.” The Milwaukee Journal 10/13/90

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“Sycamore Trees" lyrics by David Lynch, music by Angelo Badalamenti and sung by Jimmy Scott

Wrapped in Plastic magazine #20

Wrapped in Plastic magazine #21

Wrapped in Plastic magazine #35

Wrapped in Plastic magazine #59

Twin Peaks Behind-The-Scenes book

Reflections: An Oral History of Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks Episode #10 script

www.twinpeaksunwrapped.com

 


 

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For the 25th anniversary, Bryon and Ben discuss the Secret Diary of Laura Palmer. “Jennifer Lynch has taken her father’s conception of a good girl gone bad and run with it; she writes in prose style that’s all the more unsettling for being so clear and simple. Lynch manages to work in most of the characters that populate the television show (even the Log Lady puts in a cameo here), but she never turns the book into a plug for the series. The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer is a real shocker: a good novel. B+” - Entertainment Weekly 10/5/90

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TwinPeaksUnwrapped.com

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“Sycamore Trees" lyrics by David Lynch, music by Angelo Badalamenti and sung by Jimmy Scott

Lindsey Bowden, Founder and Producer of Twin Peaks UK Festival

http://www.twinpeaksukfestival.com/

Secret Diary of Laura Palmer by Jennifer Lynch

Twin Peaks Behind-The-Scenes book

Wrapped in Plastic magazine #73

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September 9, 2015

Twin Peaks Unwrapped 14: S2E9

Bryon and Ben discuss Twin Peaks episode 9. “The eerie prime-time soap opera finally comes to rest in its regular weekly time slot. Agent Cooper and the town’s police force, with the aid of an apparition (no joking! one appears regularly in the form of a giant in Cooper’s hotel room), come close to discovering the identity of Laura Palmer’s murderer.” - The Tuscaloosa News 10/06/90

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TwinPeaksUnwrapped.com

Sources:

“Sycamore Trees" lyrics by David Lynch, music by Angelo Badalamenti and sung by Jimmy Scott

Wrapped in Plastic magazine #11

Wrapped in Plastic magazine #54

Wrapped in Plastic magazine #59

Wrapped in Plastic magazine #68

Twin Peaks Behind-The-Scenes book

Reflections: An Oral History of Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks Episode #9 script

Eugene Register-Guard newspaper 10/12/90


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Bryon and Ben interview John Thorne, co-creator and co-editor of Wrapped in Plastic magazine. “For thirteen years and seventy-five issues, Twin Peaks fans had one safe haven in a media landscape completely indifferent, even hostile, to the strange, wonderful world they loved. Publishing its first issue in October 1992, a month after the critically-reviled Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me bombed at the box office, and going on permanent hiatus in September 2005, two years before the Gold Box DVD collection would introduce a new generation to the TV series, Wrapped in Plastic carried the torch during the long dark age of Twin Peaks. Or rather, it ensured that this dark age was in fact a golden era, with vital new interviews, deeply insightful essays, and the latest cast-and-crew news bundled into a slick, appealing package every couple months. Wrapped in Plastic was a fanzine but it was also something more: a vital source of scholarship in an era when one of the most iconic, original, and influential TV shows of all time was rarely discussed.” - Joel Bocko http://thedancingimage.blogspot.com/2014/10/unwrapping-twin-peaks-conversation-with.html (Read Joel’s great interviews with John Thorne!)

 

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Facebook: www.facebook.com/TwinPeaksUnwrapped

Email:TwinPeaksUnwrapped@gmail.com

 

Sources:

“Sycamore Trees" lyrics by David Lynch, music by Angelo Badalamenti and sung by Jimmy Scott

Wrapped in Plastic #5

Wrapped in Plastic #35

Wrapped in Plastic #38

Wrapped in Plastic #61

 

John Thorne’s blog: http://abovethestore.blogspot.com

“Twin Peaks in the Rearview Mirror: Appraisals and Reappraisals of the Show That Was Supposed to Change TV” Kindle Edition

www.twinpeaksunwrapped.com

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