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, 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
Down The Snowshoe Rabbit Hole: The Major Connections Between Twin Peaks and Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

Down The Snowshoe Rabbit Hole: The Major Connections Between Twin Peaks and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

Were David Lynch and Mark Frost inspired by Lewis Carroll? Celia goes down the 'snowshoe' rabbit hole to uncover the secret connections between Twin Peaks and Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
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
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Twin Peaks

Exactly 25 years ago today, on April 8th 1990, Twin Peaks made its groundbreaking TV debut.

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the pilot, Welcome to Twin Peaks had planned some special surprises,
but in the light of current events, who feels like celebrating?

On October 6th 2014, Showtime promised nine new episodes of Twin Peaks written by David Lynch and Mark Frost, all directed by David Lynch. Six months later, David Lynch announced he stepped back from the project because Showtime is not offering the means necessary to give fans the Twin Peaks continuation he envisioned.

If Twin Peaks returns, it should have David and Mark's signature and style all over. Four out of five fans want to see the original and unique vision of BOTH creators. Nothing else.

Every day, at least once a day, Welcome to Twin Peaks excitedly keeps the fire of Twin Peaks fandom burning. Today, on the 25th anniversary of the show, the red curtains are closed.

#NoLynchNoPeaks #SaveTwinPeaks

Don't let yourself be hurt this time: cast your vote and sign the petition!

Twin Peaks is still there. I'll see you in the trees!