David Lynch : Twin Peaks Bob (1997)





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Published on Sep 13, 2012

Killer BOB (or simply BOB) is a fictional character in the ABC television series Twin Peaks. He is a demonic entity who feeds on fear and pleasure. He possesses human beings and then commits acts of rape and murder in order to feast upon his victims.

Killer BOB made his first appearance in the pilot episode, "Northwest Passage", where he makes a brief cameo in a vision by Sarah Palmer. The character eventually grew into the series' primary antagonist in the second season. Frank Silva received the role of Killer BOB after a filming error by series creator David Lynch in the pilot. Lynch liked the scene with Silva in the pilot, and decided to make him into a recurring character. (wiki).

Producer Deepak Nayar and director David Lynch talk about Twin Peaks' 'Bob'.

Interviews taken from: Pretty as a Picture: The Art of David Lynch (1997).

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