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Chad is already involved, as is the last of the Renaults. In the last episode they will all get caught in a big net dropped from a tree by Hawk. This week, Richard will visit his mom, Audrey, who will be clad in some kind of fetishy disability costume like Rosanna Arquette in CRASH (the good one). Diane will tell the entirety of Buckhorn, South Dakota, to fuck off.Candy Clark may well do some more epic complaining. Detectives Fusco, Fusco & Fusco will interrogate Ike the Spike using the famous “bad cop, bad cop, bad cop” routine.Andy has apparently forgotten all about the hit-and-run child death he was investigating. She saw Chad stealing Truman’s mail and was mildly suspicious about it.The nasty Richard Horne will get Steven and Gersten and the armpit rash girl and her friend involved in his drugs deal with the sinister Red.Obviously it’s too late for me to start recapping TP now, but it can’t surely be too late to recap episode 12, since it hasn’t aired yet.These are my predictions for what’s going to happen — a kind of cap, if you will.A heartwarming scene showing what the woodsmen get up to when they’re not busy being terrifying.They sit around a formica table drinking Cup-a-Soups, possibly. In an unadvertised cameo, Billy Ray Cyrus will perform at the Bang Bang Bar. Posted in FILM, literature, MUSIC, Science with tags Bad Timing, Buck Henry, Candy Clark, David Bowie, Denholm Elliott, Don't Look Now, Nicolas Roeg, Paul Mayersberg, Rip Torn, The Hunger, The Man Who Fell to Earth, Walter Tevis on August 24, 2015 by dcairns The main reason to do Seventies Sci-Fi Week was probably as an excuse to re-watch THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH.
We will find out who the girl was who got the frog-moth down her throat. Since Bellucci will be more surprising, it ought to be her.But Gordon deliberately let Diane memorise the figures so she can tell Dirty Cooper, because they want him there so they can catch him.When they do go there, maybe in episode 13 or 14, it will all link up with Jack Rabbit’s Palace and they’ll see Truman, Hawk and Bobby in Twin Peaks. I don’t know what he’s going to say this time but it’ll be pretty deep.No good can come of that, even if a shared appreciation for pie and repetition seems like a sound basis for friendship.
But they’re not going to be happy with Tom Sizemore. But probably they’ll all wait an episode before doing anything about it.
Posted in FILM, Television with tags Billy Ray Cyrus, Candy Clark, David Lynch, Don Murray, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jim Belushi, Mark Frost, Matthew Lillard, Monica Bellucci, Tim Roth, Tom Sizemore, Twin Peaks, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With me on July 29, 2017 by dcairns I’ve been enjoying all the Twin Peaks recaps, including my friend Keith Uhlich’s on The Notebook.