I admit it got a little out of control confusing in the last season but I love everything about it: the mystery, the pacific northwest scenery, the quirky characters (particularly the log lady),
the scary parts, the humor, oh and the characters devotion to pie and coffee.
Twin Peaks has got to be the most creative, unique, and just plain weird thing that has ever been on network television and those are qualities that are sadly missing in the current sea of reality programming and cookie cutter comedies.
I even bought the pugs these shirts on Cafe Press (they were super cheap, so its justifiable) to commemorate my love of the show.
In case you can't read them Tubby's says:Twin Peaks Sheriffs Department and Ping's says: Greetings From Twin Peaks.
After a recent Twin Peaks view-a-thon I was craving some pie. So John and I decided to bike to Four and Twenty Blackbirds in Brooklyn. Of course we brought Ping along in her Cynthia's Twigs basket, proudly wearing her Twin Peak's shirt.
We had to bike over the Brooklyn Bridge
and Ping was as content and comfortable as can be attracting many ooohs and ahhhs from tourists impressed with her cuteness.
It took us about an hour to get form our house to Four and Twenty Black Birds
Ping waited patiently on the stores bench
while her Dad went inside to get us pie. We were pretty near Park Slope, and perhaps Ping was hoping to get a glimpse of her blog buddy Sid from Pug Slope.
|"Could that be Sid?"|
|Pie and Coffee What Cold Be Better?|
We had pear crumble and it was delicious, and yes we even gave a little bit of the crust to Ping after all she had burned all those calories biking!