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New Podcast: Twin Peaks Part 14

Scott Ryan and Josh Minton discuss Part 14 of Twin Peaks: The Return. We talk about Andy the hero, Sarah the…??? and we talk a bit about fans who are hating on Twin Peaks. tsk, tsk. Those who are hating it all are missing out on a great ride.  Scott does wonder about the Freddie scene, but again pauses final judgement until the end of part 18. Listen to the podcast here or head out to iTunes.

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Twin Peaks Weekend Video

The Blue Rose spent the weekend in Snoqualmie, Washington with a bunch of crazy Twin Peaks Fans. We had fun, hugged, laughed and did some good. We were able to raise $300 for the Catherine Coulson Welcome Fund. This was our first time helping out The Oregon Shakespeare Festival. We plan to continue to assist them as they carry on “The Log Lady’s” legacy.

Watch the video which uses a song Scott Ryan wrote in 2015. Share and spread the word of the love that Twin Peaks’ fans have for the world created by Mark Frost and David Lynch. Watch the passion of all these people, who submitted pictures through The Blue Rose Task Force Group. Just like Twin Peaks, all are welcome and all our family. Press Play and let the ear worm begin.

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Podcast: Twin Peaks Parts 11-13

The Red Room returns to Twin Peaks for parts 11-13. David Bushman, author of Twin Peaks FAQ and curator at the Paley Center, joins Scott and Josh for the talk. Topics include, Audrey, the use of nostalgia in The Return, editing and the purpose of the Owl Ring. For those of you who were angered by Scott’s complaint about the Log Lady editing from part 10, might be surprised at what his comments are now.

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Download on iTunes

Watch the new Video Promo filmed at an Actual Season 3 location.

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Listen to a talk about Parts 7 & 8 of Twin Peaks.

Pre-order the Music to the New Twin Peaks.

Follow Scott on Twitter @bluerosemag1

Twin Peaks Parts 9-10

Courtenay Stallings of The Blue Rose Magazine joins Scott & Josh to discuss Parts 9 & 10 of Twin Peaks. Courtenay and Josh gang up on Scott when it comes to Richard Horne and his use in the series. We also talk about time in Twin Peaks, the three detectives and the Log Lady’s newest message to Hawk.

 

WARNING: There is a whistling that happened on Josh Minton’s Mic. It happens less after 30 minutes. Sorry. We blame Bob.

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Listen to a talk about Parts 7 & 8 of Twin Peaks.

Listen to a talk about Parts 5 & 6 of Twin Peaks.

Listen to a talk about Parts 1-4 of Twin Peaks.

Pre-order the Music to the New Twin Peaks.

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133 Josh Eisendstadt talks Twin Peaks

For the past few years Scott and Josh Eisendstadt have re-enacted the fight scene at Deer Meadow. I play Chris Isaak he plays Sheriff Cable. That is how crazy of Twin Peaks fans we are. Today he joins me to discuss the first 8 parts of Twin Peaks: The Return. Of course, we keep talking about Part 8 because it is so consuming. Every time I have had Josh on the show, people love it. He is one of the Red Room’s favorite guests, and we have him today. Enjoy.

 

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132 Live Podcast from ATX Festival

Episode 132 of The Red Room Podcast takes you live to the ATX Television festival. Scott attended a few panels and you get snippets of them. Guest include: Ken Olin, Adam Arkin, Edward James Olmos, James Callis, Noah Hawley, John Cameron, Mary McDonnell, Gary Levine, Scott Saccoccio, Jesse Zwick, Sarah Caplan, Marin Ireland, and Katee Sackhoff. There are some great stories in here and fans of Battlestar Galactica and Fargo will be especially happy.

You can listen to the panel here or head out to iTunes to download.

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131 Twin Peaks Panel at Awesome Con

On July 17th, in Washington, D.C. David Bushman hosted a live Twin Peaks panel at Awesome Con. Episode 131 of The Red Room Podcast airs this live discussion. Panelists include Mark Givens (Deer Meadow Radio, The Blue Rose Issue 2) Mya McBriar (Twin Peaks Blog, The Blue Rose Issue 1, 2), Pieter Dom (Welcome To Twin Peaks) and Scott Ryan (The Blue Rose Magazine, Red Room Podcast).

The panel covers the mysteries behind the new season of Twin Peaks and is full of questions from the audience. The panel was only scheduled for 30 minutes, but you will love what happens when the room moderator tries to end this panel. You never mess with Twin Peaks fans who want to talk about the show. You can listen to the panel here or head out to iTunes to download.

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Listen to a talk about Parts 5 & 6 of Twin Peaks.

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130 Twin Peaks Parts 5-6

Scott & Josh are back discussing parts 5 & 6 of Twin Peaks: The Return. We have comic book artist and writer, Jeff Lemire who was inspired by Twin Peaks. We also have John Thorne (The Blue Rose, Wrapped in Plastic). We talk about parts 5 & 6 on this, if you want to hear us talk about parts 1-4, click here.

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Scott Writes A Book

 

She broke my heart. That started it all. I sat in my room with my heart pounding and my thoughts racing. How could she have done this to me? I grabbed a pencil and a piece of paper, and decided to write down my thoughts. The first thing I wrote wasn’t about what happened or a plea to get her back. I wrote two words: Chapter One.

I was 10 years old. I wrote Life In Timberline. A 6 page hand written lament about my first love.

Today, June 7th, 2017, 37 years later, my first book is published. Yes, in 2014, I self published an eBook called Scott Luck Stories, but this book, thirtysomething at thirty: an oral history, has pages, a cover, pictures and an ISBN number. This book is on sale across the globe. It can be found in book stores, online stores and on my own website. I have signed over 90 copies already and sent them out. I did it. I didn’t know at 10 years old that I was becoming a writer, although the fact that I wrote Chapter One before I shared what was on my mind, should have been a clue.

For my entire life I have written things. Movies, songs, Broadway reviews, Television series, essays, novels, blogs and magazine articles. But now I am published. This journey of bringing this book to life has been an amazing experience. My favorite part of my book is my Special Thanks section. Mostly because there are so many people who helped me get here. I love thanking people who help. I won’t repeat those thanks here. They are in my book. Did you know I have one? I do. It is fun to have a dream come true.

So let’s talk thirtysomething. It started as a podcast and just an interview with Richard Kramer. It grew so quickly, and before I knew it, I was getting emails on a daily basis from some of the artists who have inspired me the most. Writers whose words set my life on a trajectory of honesty and compassion. Actors that made me understand what creating characters was all about. I spoke with directors that shaped how I would film scenes for my movies. I learned so much about art by doing this project. I am excited to share thirtysomething with the world, but I am more excited to share how good art is crafted in a time where well crafted items are usually thrown away for something new and inferior.

I also need to thank the fans of thirtysomething. These people love this show in such a deep way. I can’t imagine the letters and comments that the people connected with the show must get. I get Facebook messages all the time with people just pouring out their hearts to me. This show touches people in a way that just doesn’t happen anymore. I am honored to take these stories and listen. I respect the show and the fans that created all these feelings.

I have had a very good year and half working on this project. I couldn’t have done it without my wonderful wife Jennifer that supports me everyday. No artist thrives without encouragement. I am lucky I have it.

There will be other projects, The Blue Rose Magazine is taking off, and I have 3 other books I want to start as soon as I can. The thirtysomething project will always be my first book that actually worked out and was born into the world — just like I dreamed as a ten-year old. I am still excited to write those magical words that I wrote so long ago. They always mean begin. Begin is such better than finish. So while I put this experience to rest, I know that I will very soon grab a pencil and paper to write again: Chapter One.

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Whedon Con 2017 Panel Podcast

Big Bad Buffy heads out to Whedon Con 2017. We discuss Buffy & Angel with Actors Dagney Kerr (Kathy), Camden Toy (Lead Gentlemen), and Andrew J. Ferchland (The Anointed One), stunt coordinators Sophia Crawford (Buffy’s Stunt woman), Jeff Pruitt and comic book writer Cristos Gage.

This is a lively discussion where everyone jumps in, so just go along for the ride. Episode 10 will have Nicholas Brendon (Xander). We spoke to him at the Con. We will put that interview together with some fan interviews we did out there. That is coming soon…

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