See Kyle MacLachlan, Kimmy Robertson, Dana Ashbrook, Jim Belushi (And Robert Knepper In Character) On Good Morning America

Kyle MacLachlan, Kimmy Robertson, Dana Ashbrook and new cast member Jim Belushi made a brief appearance on Good Morning America today. While they were being interviewed, GMA showed the first ever still of Robert Knepper and Jim Belushi in character! How do you think these two will fit into the story?

There was a little party scene and it was kind of hectic and in the middle of the noise I threw out [an unscripted] line. David [Lynch] on his little megaphone goes, “Mr. Belushi. Do I need to bring you to the principal office?”
—Jim Belushi

Robert Knepper and Jim Belushi as their Twin Peaks characters
Robert Knepper and Jim Belushi as their Twin Peaks characters

In case you missed it, we got a first look at Benjamin Horne and Dr. Lawrence Jacoby yesterday.

Written by Pieter Dom

Founder and curator of Welcome to Twin Peaks since 2011. Bobsessed since March 1991.


Share your thoughts
  1. And I thought, Robert Knepper would replace Frank Silva as Bob. I am just a little disappointed, That he isnt.

  2. I’m sorry I missed this! I would’ve watched it live! I see I (we) also missed Madchen Amick, Laura Linney, and Naomi Watts on a bunch of late night shows this week, too!

  3. My first guess on Belishi’s and Kneipper’s characters would have been “FBI,” but this photo makes me think “businessmen.” Maybe they’re investors in the Ghostwood project?

  4. It must be incredibly difficult to promote the show under these strict conditions of secrecy. Kudos to everyone involved for doing so well on these interviews!

  5. “We can’t say where it starts”… Kyle said that about 5 times.. One would assume it naturally starts 25 years later in Twin Peaks, maybe he hints at that we won’t…

    • Time and place are…flexible in the Lodges. I think we’ll be starting there. Alternatively, maybe we’ll start with a very old Cooper telling his story to someone.

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