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The Lodgers Twin Peaks Podcast: Kate Rennebohm and Simon Howell journey through the entire run of David Lynch's TWIN PEAKS - including the 2017 season.

The Lodgers | A Twin Peaks Podcast, Episode 26: Me, a Tulpa?

After a couple of weeks in which The Return taunted and tantalized viewers by holding back on incident, "Part 14" decided to blitz us with...

The Lodgers | A Twin Peaks Podcast, Episode 25: Sonny, Sonny, You’re Gonna Die

Seth Mnookin (of MIT's Graduate Science Writing program, Vanity Fair, and a whole bunch of other very cool stuff) for some reason felt compelled to ask if he could come onto our little Twin Peaks podcast...and we (reluctantly) obliged.

The Lodgers | A Twin Peaks Podcast, Episode 24: Horne Under a Bad Sign

Just in time for the episode that frustrated the broadest set of Twin Peaks viewers, New York Times / rogerebert.com writer Glenn Kenny (@Glenn_Kenny) joins us...

The Lodgers | A Twin Peaks Podcast, Episode 23: Candie Crush

Special guest Joel Bocko (@lostinthemovies), one of the internet's most prolific Twin Peaks experts, joins us to dissect the intense, hilarious, and momentous "Part 11,"...

The Lodgers | A Twin Peaks Podcast, Episode 22: Under the Starry Night, Long...

An episode of The Return defined by tonal whiplash, and also horniness.

The Lodgers | A Twin Peaks Podcast, Episode 21: Foot-With-Mouth Disease

An exposition-heavy episode of The Return nonetheless features many items of interest.

The Lodgers | A Twin Peaks Podcast, Episode 19: Atom and his Brakhage

The Return gets even weirder, and Kate and Simon dive even deeper after it.

The Lodgers | A Twin Peaks Podcast, Episode 18: This Podcast Contains a Coded...

A widely-heralded episode gives the fans what they want, sorta, and causes us to follow some new rabbit holes.

The Lodgers | A Twin Peaks Podcast, Episode 17: Coop On, Coop Off

On one of our more argumentative outings, Kate, Simon and guest Matt Croombs weigh the impact of "Part 6" and its sequences of violence and comedy.