I had the exact same thought.The Roadhouse really has a great booker to get "The" Nine Inch Nails to play a place that small.
It looked like that to me but I don't know if it's supposed to be the same place.Also, the stage in the White Lodge was Club Silencio (from Mulholland Drive), right?
Mine too if only for Lynch & Frost's audacity to make an episode like this. Not every TV show needs to be like this but it's refreshing to see something different every now and then. I can only hope that other people are inspired by its creativity.I would say my favorite episode so far...
Madchen Amick's Tweet was pretty funny.The Twitterverse is going nuts! Love it!
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Sometimes, amazing things break the internet. I'm pretty sure tonight's #TwinPeaks broke the universe.
10:00 PM - 25 Jun 2017
I think that atomic test photo in the office is just foreshadowing for this episode rather than a connection between Cole and any of that.Also Gordon Cole's picture in his office?
I saw the same thing except when evil Coop and Ray were on the highway and then suddenly they were on back roads I thought to myself, "They're going to see the Cowboy."Am I simple to see a Lost Highway connection in the way the roadways were filmed? Maybe Lynch just likes that shot. I mean, I don't think it's an intentional bridge between the two, but I do like the idea of these film worlds all being connected if only in superficial ways.
I've got a dream that after Twin Peaks, Showtime greenlights a Mulholland Drive series (assuming Lynch wants it). I need to know what happens after you speak to the Cowboy three times.I saw the same thing except when evil Coop and Ray were on the highway and then suddenly they were on back roads I thought to myself, "They're going to see the Cowboy."