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A Twin Peaks Podcast: Vote in EW's unofficial awards for The Return


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Is it future, or is it past? These and other imponderables are discussed in the final episode of EW’s A Twin Peaks Podcast: A Podcast About Twin Peaks. All summer long, Twin Peaks scholar Jeff Jensen and I have done our best to guide listeners through the mystery-wrapped enigma forests of the Showtime revival. On our final episode, we offer some final macro thoughts about the season. (And if you like macro, don’t miss Jeff’s recap of the two-hour finale!) Plus, there are announcements, confessions, laughs, tears, memories, and maybe even some prophecies. Give it a listen!


We also hand out prizes like Best Newcomer, Best Returning Character, Best Setting That Wasn’t Twin Peaks, and of course, Best Tree. And rather than just listen to who we think best deserves the awards, vote for your own picks in the polls below.

Feel free to send your thoughts and theories on the season to twinpeaks@ew.com, or send a tweet to @DarrenFranich and @EWDocJensen. And you can still subscribe to EW’s A Twin Peaks Podcast: A Podcast About Twin Peaks – on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts!

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