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The Strange and Wonderful Recap Catch Up Thread

Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the place of confusion and wonderment, The Black Lodge. Your hosts, Sara and Clinton, want to invite you all to this inner sanctum of consternation as they navigate the bizarre world of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks! We have quite a few episodes to catch you up on before we get back on track with Episode 6, so check out all of our recaps in this gallery of bewilderment!

Episode 1 – Parts 1 & 2 

Sara and Clinton invite you to the Black Lodge as they recap and discuss the reintroduction of the cast in Parts 1 & 2 of Twin Peaks: The Return.

Episode 2 – Parts 3 & 4

Agent Cooper makes his way back to the real world through the body of Dougie Jones, Bob Cooper ends up in jail and Clinton laments over the viewership drop off from week to week.

Episode 3 – Part 5

After last week’s meandering episodes of Twin Peaks, we get some plot advancement and Sara and Clinton’s excitement are palpable.

Episode 4 – Part 6

Filler, filler and more filler. It’s a filler episode, but there were some highlights. Clinton and Sara lament about the episode that they felt had no place in the series.

Episode 5 – Part 7

We have movement! As the Dougie storyline draws to a close, Sara and Clinton praise what is universally a great episode of Twin Peaks: The Return!

And there you have it, denizens of the Lodge. We will be back with more episodes week by week as Twin Peaks: The Return continues on Showtime!

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Clinton Bowman-Christie
Managing Editor, Games & Technology

Teacher's Assistant by day, passionate gamer and wrestling fan by night. This describes Clinton to a T. A Brooklyn, New York resident for all of his life, gaming, Power Rangers, football, basketball and wrestling pretty much comprise a lot of his free time.