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Twin Peaks

, filling the jelly doughnut-shaped hole in your heart. Keeping the fire burning one (b)log at a time, because "Twin Peaks is still there..." —David Lynch.

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References
Heather Graham Refers To Twin Peaks In “Horns”

Heather Graham Refers To Twin Peaks In “Horns”

In her role as a diner waitress, Heather Graham refers to her Twin Peaks character, Annie Blackburn, in the movie adaptation of Joe Hill's Horns.
Scooby-Doo Homage To Twin Peaks (Video)

Scooby-Doo Homage To Twin Peaks (Video)

Watch the Twin Peaks homage in Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated, including Michael J. Anderson's cameo as a little dancing man.
Search And Find Twin Peaks Illustration

Search And Find Twin Peaks Illustration

Can you spot all the hidden Twin Peaks objects and references in this beautiful search-and-find illustration by the very talented S.B. Whitehead? Hint: I counted about 30 easter eggs.
Twin Peaks Mentioned On Dallas

Twin Peaks Mentioned On Dallas

I got a great 30 minute drama: it's all about this dwarf that sings backwards -- it sounds high concept, right? Sure it does. I figure you take a woman that talks to logs... I dunno... maybe a couple of jelly doughnuts
Welcome to Twin Peaks
When this kind of fire starts, it is very hard to put out. Twenty-five years after Twin Peaks debuted on television, David Lynch and Mark Frost are revisiting the place both wonderful and strange. Don't miss a single step of their journey.
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