Reblog: The Woolhouse Boys – An interview with the men inside the sweater

We are honoured beyond the ability to express ourselves, that The Woolhouse Boys were asked to give an extensive interview, (with exclusive insights into the group’s origin story) to the excellent Twin Peaks blog, 25 Years Later.

Laura Stewart did a fantastic job of coordinating the fiendishly complicated, four way e-mail conversation; extracting a rambling chronology of our pet project from Joel Peacock, Mark Zandi and myself over the last few days. Her article is a comprehensive account of nine months worth of ludicrous jokes, bizarre photos and, above all, an all-consuming love for possibly the greatest TV show ever made.

So come with us now, as we lead you into the warm embrace of the Woolhouse…


Hi folks! This week I’m doing something completely new for me – an interview, and not any old interview but one with the Kings of sweater and Chad memes – The Woolhouse Boys.

In this new age of Social Media, Twin Peaks groups on Facebook and Twitter have been spawned bringing humour and fun to the scene, and in particular The Woolhouse Boys have brought us a lighthearted pleasure that even cast members are happy to join in with and their following is going from strength to strength. So let’s find out more about the  men behind the wool.

LS: Its a pleasure to virtually meet you Joel Peacock, Mark Zandi and Guy Thair! Thank you so much for chatting to me. So tell me, how did the Woolhouse come to be? What was the inspiration behind it?

MZ: After filming wrapped up in North Bend, I dived head first…

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