17 episodes

Two comedians, a writer and an animator walk into the Double R Diner and start talking about Twin Peaks: The Return.
What follows is a podcast that dives deep into the mind David Lynch and Mark Frost.
Join as for all the exquisite weirdness on Damn Fine Commentary - the internet's only Twin Peaks podcast with a real life Dave and Lynch.

Damn Fine Commentary with Dave and Lynch Phil Willis

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Two comedians, a writer and an animator walk into the Double R Diner and start talking about Twin Peaks: The Return.
What follows is a podcast that dives deep into the mind David Lynch and Mark Frost.
Join as for all the exquisite weirdness on Damn Fine Commentary - the internet's only Twin Peaks podcast with a real life Dave and Lynch.

    Part 17: Not Where It Counts, Buddy

    Part 17: Not Where It Counts, Buddy

    Part seventeen of Twin Peaks: The Return brings us to the ultimate in penultimate episodes. We find out there are bigger villains than Bob in the world. Mr C arrives at the coordinates, but doesn't quite find what he expected.


    Chad gets punched in the face. Bob gets punched in the face. It's a punch-a-palooza.


    Thank goodness we brought so many sandwiches.


    Hosts:


    Phil Willis
    Nav Prasad
    Steve Lynch
    Dave Bloustien
    Links:
    Jiao Dai — to explain or make clearMinority Report — trailerEcholalia — the unsolicited repetition of vocalizations made by another personThe Secret History of Twin Peaks: A Novel — by Mark FrostBack to the Future IIThe Restaurant at the End of the Universe — part two of the five (or six) part Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy trilogy. Yes, the word trilogy becomes increasingly inaccurate, the more books that are published.The World Spins - by Julie Cruz — In addition to the album's two singles, a number of other tracks from Floating into the Night appeared in Twin Peaks, including "Into the Night", "The Nightingale" and "The World Spins".

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Part 16: Hearts of Gold

    Part 16: Hearts of Gold

    Part sixteen of Twin Peaks: The Return shows us lots of action at Dougie's house. Chantal and Hutch run out of snacks and a Polish accountant runs out of patience. Diane recounts her past, Audrey does a dance and Cooper is back 100%.


    It's a tightly-packed episode and people are under a lot of stress.


    Hosts:


    Phil Willis
    Nav Prasad
    Steve Lynch
    Dave Bloustien
    Links:
    Bellina Logan — actress who played the desk clerk in series 2 and the doctor in series 3The Lost Boys — Death by stereoTwin Peaks: The Return SoundtrackVanilla SkyDid he say Barney? — from Reddit user WayneDPJ

    • 1 hr 25 min
    Part 15: Bosomy Woman

    Part 15: Bosomy Woman

    Part fifteen of Twin Peaks: The Return is full of "steamy" encounters: Ed and Norma hook up after many, many years while Mr C and Phillip Jeffries share an intimate moment too.


    Mr C and Richard Horne take a father-and-son road trip. Steven and Gersten take a walk in the woods to reflect on their decisions in life.


    At the Bang Bang bar, Chuck learns a crucial lesson: Don't provoke the man with the green left hand.


    Get Gordon Cole and socket to me, and Margaret calls for the last time.


    Bosomy woman - stay away from me.


    Hosts:


    Phil Willis
    Nav Prasad
    Steve Lynch
    Dave Bloustien
    Links:
    Jacoby's Tiki Bar — a David Lynch themed bar recently opened in SydneyThere is no fear in this dojo — from the Karate KidJoan Chen's letter to David LynchReddit user ThisThatOrThatOtherReddit user FormicaTableTop — theories on the use of the word "threshold"

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Part 14: Monica Belucci Dream

    Part 14: Monica Belucci Dream

    Part fourteen of Twin Peaks: The Return finally sees our law enforcement teams discover the existence of two Coopers. The FBI discuss the original Blue Rose case. Four policeman visit Jack Rabbit's Palace and meet a fireman.


    Freddy spills his guts and cracks some nuts, while Sarah Palmer's blind date goes horribly wrong.


    And if we're like the dreamer who dreams and lives inside the dream, then who is the dreamer?





    Hosts:


    Phil Willis
    Nav Prasad
    Steve Lynch
    Dave Bloustien
    Links:
    Picnic at Hanging Rock — by Joan LindsayPicnic at Hanging Rock — movie directed by Peter WeirThe Fireman — by Angelo BadalamentiMonkey whispering Judy — from Fire Walk With MeTotal Recall — deciding to stay in the dream world or leaveTulpaRet con — Retroactive continuityPhillip Jeffries in Fire Walk with Me — Who do you think this is there?Phillip Jeffries in Twin Peaks: The Return Part 14 — Who do you think that is there?The Secret History of Twin Peaks: A Novel — by Mark Frost

    • 1 hr
    Part 13: One Too Many Hurleys

    Part 13: One Too Many Hurleys

    Part thirteen of Twin Peaks: The Return has the Mitchums bearing gifts, Sonny Jim gets a gym set and in a gathering of villains we witness a power struggle to see who is the baddest of them all.


    In this episode, it's just you and I. Together. Forever.


    Because it's no good eating alone.


    Hosts:


    Phil Willis
    Nav Prasad
    Steve Lynch
    Dave Bloustien
    Links:
    Rabbits — by David LynchSeven HeavensRuss Tamblyn's shovel danceJohnny Haysman — Facebook appreciation society

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Part 12: Turkey Jerky

    Part 12: Turkey Jerky

    Part twelve of Twin Peaks: The Return sees a new member added to the FBI's Blue Rose task force. Sarah Palmer is still finding it hard to deal with the pace of change in Twin Peaks. Gordon Cole enjoys a fine Bordeaux, Diane is deputised and finally we witness the return of one of the original series' most beloved characters.


    Let's rock!


    Hosts:


    Phil Willis
    Nav Prasad
    Steve Lynch
    Dave Bloustien
    Links:
    The Tommy Westphall Universe — an insanely detailed mapping of how hundreds of television shows reference each otherWilhelm ScreamPsych - Dual Spires — an episode of the television show Psych with not one but seven Twin Peaks charactersDr Jacoby referenced in FringeThe ninth circle of hell — from Dante's Inferno, the eternal destination of traitorsThe Secret History of Twin Peaks: A Novel — by Mark Frost

    • 1 hr 9 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

ashatan42 ,

AAA* podcast. Would stream again

So good, it's worth its own cheery pie and coffee. Seriously look forward to each episode impatiently, and cheer when a few drop at once. Keep up the good work!

Ms TV Junkie ,

Damn Fine Commentary indeed.

A really entertaining recap of Twin Peaks: The Return. Smart and funny, these guys - and girl - know their stuff. It's like sitting in a booth at the RR drinking coffee, eating pie and hanging out with old friends.

Gman-cbr ,

These people love their David (and) Lynch

I was thrilled to see that David Lynch had provided a commentary on the new Twin Peaks - and even more thrilled to find a podcast that was actually coherent and easy to follow. Great job - would listen again!

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