Our server isn’t really equipped for podcasts, any trouble with the audio go to our Substack site: Twin Peaks the Return, episode 12 & 13 (substack.com) In Buckhorn, Albert, Tammy, and Gordon have a drink. Albert begins “In 1970 the United States Air force shut down Project Blue Book, their twenty year investigation into UFO’s. They concluded that no credible evidence existed and therefore they posed no threat to National Security. Another words a massive cover-up. Cheers …” Albert proposes the toast and they all drink to it. He continues “a few years later the military and FBI formed a top secret task force to explore the troubling extractions raised by cases Bluebook failed to resolve. We called it the Blue Rose after a phrase uttered by a woman in one of these cases just before she died, which suggested these answers could not be reached except by an alternate path we have been travelling ever since. Gordon suggested an agent by the name of Phillip Jefferies to head the squad. He soon recruited three others myself, Chet Desmond and Dale Cooper. Perhaps you haven’t failed to notice that I’m the only one out of that group that hasn’t disappeared without explanation” they then formally ask Tammy to join the Blue Rose task force which she enthusiastically agrees too. -Season 3, episode 12, 2:00-4:00. They drink and are joined by Diane who appears out of some red curtains in the room reminiscent of the Red Room. After pouring her a drink Albert tells her “we know your work with Agent Cooper has given you more than a passing insight into Blue Rose. Even though you’re no longer part of the bureau we’d like to deputize you.” After cajoling by both Albert and Cole Diane finally responds to be offered the opportunity to find out what happened to her “friend” Cooper by dramatically saying “let’s rock.” -Season 3, episode 12, 7:00-8:00.   Jerry runs out of the woods and into a clearing while Sarah Palmer buys alcoholic beverages and cigarettes at a grocery store. After suspiciously questioning the cashier about the innocuous but unfamiliar display of beef jerky behind the counter Sarah’s asks “were you here when they first came?” The cashier answers “yes, they brought it in a couple of weeks ago.” Sarah inexplicably answers “your room seems different. And men are coming.” The girl at the counter stammers that she doesn’t know what Sarah means and Sarah raises her voice “I’m trying to tell you! Men are coming! That you have to watch out! Things can happen! Something happened to me. Hmmm. Something happened to me! I don’t feel well. I don’t feel well!” Sarah commands herself to get the car keys out and leave, arguing loudly with herself as she makes her way out of the store, leaving her items on the checkout counter.  -Season 3, episode 12, 10:00-11:00.  Carl Rodd stops an old and lame trailer park resident named Kriscol asking him if he is selling his blood to the blood bank and Kriscol tells him “yes.”Then he asks […]
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