Twin Peaks: On the Wings of Love   Rewatch 
November 13, 2014 5:07 PM - Season 2, Episode 18 - Subscribe

Harry narrowly escapes the murderous designs of the enigmatic (yet oddly inconsequential) Miss Jones. Gordon and Cooper find thrilling new connections at the Double R., demonstrating why BREAKFAST IS A REAL GOOD IDEA. Donna's suspicions about her mother and Ben deepen. Cooper and the gang visit an ancient cave and find some surprising secrets. The earth shakes.

Scheduling: new episodes posted every Tuesday and Thursday. Both re-watchers and new viewers are welcome.

Watching: available for streaming on Netflix, Amazon Prime, and for free on Hulu and CBS's site.

Previous Episode Threads:
Season One: Pilot, Traces to Nowhere, Zen, or the Skill to Catch a Killer, Rest in Pain, The One-armed Man, Cooper's Dreams, Realization Time, The Last Evening

Season Two: May the Giant Be With You, Coma, The Man Behind Glass, Laura's Secret Diary, The Orchid's Curse, Demons, Lonely Souls, Drive With a Dead Girl, Arbitrary Law, Dispute Between Brothers, Masked Ball, The Black Widow, Checkmate, Double Play, Slaves and Masters, The Condemned Woman, Wounds and Scars

BONUS STUFF: TP fansite Welcome To Twin Peaks is curating a Spotify playlist: Nighttime At The Roadhouse, a growing collection of old and new tracks either directly inspired by, or otherwise evoking the spirit of the series. Go follow it...
posted by Strange Interlude (3 comments total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
 


Mrs. Jones was here long enough to be here for no reason at all. It does, however, lead to a genuinely funny recurring joke where everybody tries to make Harry throw up.

Hm. Owl Cave. I both sort of like it and sort of don't -- it feels like something out of the Bigfoot episode of The Six Million Dollar Man, which is an episode I love, but, at the same time, not as an episode of Twin Peaks.

I just remembered that my mention of The Six Million Dollar Man is not arbitrary -- Mark Front used to write for the show.
posted by maxsparber at 10:37 AM on November 14, 2014 [1 favorite]


Gordon is definitely my favorite character. BANZAI!
posted by trunk muffins at 7:13 PM on March 30, 2015


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