audrey and cooper

Audrey Horne is a fascinating character in Twin Peaks because unlike Cooper and Truman, she has no legal obligation to find out who killed Laura. Unlike Donna and James, she has no emotional obligation to find out who killed Laura. (It’s implied Audrey and Laura were always a bit catty and cold towards each other. ) When it’s clear, in the classroom scene that Laura is dead, Audrey looks blank and indifferent and, eh, slightly smug.

So why is Audrey conducting her own investigation? Why turn into Nancy Drew? Why care this much?

Director on the DVD commentary: “I think Audrey just looks for excitement.”


I’m a big fan of Twin Peaks, and some time ago I decided to make a series of illustrations of memorable moments from the show.
Here is a link to my Etsy shop completely dedicated to Twin Peaks art. I offer digital prints of the original art, as well as original illustrations .


The Maggie Stiefvater Seven Favorite Books Project

I’ve read a few books recommended by Maggie and loved them all, so after she posted her seven favorite books, I began collecting the ones I didn’t already have. The collection is complete, and I’m going to try to work my way through them. I’m not sure if I can get to them all this year because Taran Wanderer and The Voyage of the Dawn Treader are books late in series that I haven’t read.

Read so far:

  • The Time Traveler’s Wife
  • The Grey King