“Watch — and see what life teaches,” urged the Log Lady, who was just one of the odd/creepy/puzzling characters that inhabited the amazing TV series “Twin Peaks.” By the time the series ended, most viewers weren’t sure what they had learned, other than “Twin Peaks” was the most radical, inventive and disturbing shows on television.
Feeling nostalgic for those days?
–There’s a shiny new Blu-ray set out, “Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery,” that includes every episode; the U.S. and European versions of the pilot; “Fire Walk With Me”; making-of features and all manner of other material.
–If you’d rather not spend upwards of $120 on ’90s feels, Seattle Art Museum hosts “Twin Peaks/David Lynch Night: Cherry Pie, Coffee, and the Dark Night of the Soul.” Starting at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 31, the event includes a screening of short films plus “Fire Walk With Me” for 8 bucks. Sweetening the deal: Taste restaurant’s cherry crumble/coffee special — $7, honoring Lynch’s favorite number.