How’s Annie: Art Inspired By Twin Peaks Season Two’s Shocking Final Scene

How’s Annie? How’s Annie? How’s Annie? How’s Annie? How’s Annie?

On June 10th, 1991, more than 10 million fans watched what they assumed was the grand finale to Twin Peaks. David Lynch and Mark Frost’s groundbreaking show ended the same way it started: with someone gazing into a mirror.

This time, however, an unexpected reflection left everyone in shock. An evil grin turned into a maniacal laugh. The doppelgänger’s repeated mocking of his feigned concern would be echoed among fans for the next 26 years and beyond. Just don’t ask “How’s Annie?” in front of Mark Frost should you ever find yourself in an elevator with him.

Cooper walks slowly to the bathroom and closes the door.

		CUT TO:
43. INT. COOPER'S BATHROOM - NIGHT

Cooper looks at the sink, at his personal effects, he picks up the toothbrush, squeezes some toothpaste on it and lifts it to his mouth. He holds it in front of his mouth, looks into the mirror and smiles brightly. Looking into the mirror, staring back at him, is the face of Bob.
    
		CUT TO BLACK:
    
		THE END

In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the episode, here are 30 art pieces inspired by the genius yet horrific ending. As always, your contributions are very yrev welcome in the comments!

Jason Minor

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Jason Minor - How's Annie?

Nic Cowan

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Nic Cowan - How's Annie?

@Kakasi_2020

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@Kakasi_2020

Rinaldo Zoontjes

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Rinaldo Zoontjes - How's Annie?

Theliksor

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How's Annie Theliksor

Michal Bebenek

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How's Annie with Funko Pops

 

Kenny Routt

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Kenny Routt

Patrick Edell

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How Is Annie Doing Tonight?

Matthew Skiff

Part of the In Dreams show at Spoke Art, this print requires 3D glasses to see Killer BOB’s reflection. Check out Thew’s website.Matthew Skiff (Beyond Life and Death)

Zad Kokar

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How's Annie? by Zad Kokar

Alex Kittle

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Twin Peaks poster by Alex Kittle

Andy Gattis

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Shatter - Andy Gattis

 

Luca C.

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Doppelganger by Luca C

 

Jon Smith

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Jon Smith: Spoiler Alert - Cooper

 

Mike Rubino

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Twin Peaks - The Return by Mike Rubino

 

Dustin Benzing

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How's Annie by Dustin Benzing (woodcut)

 

Ashlan Isadore McHugh

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When You See Me Again It Wont Be Me by Ashlan Isadore McHugh

 

Fiona MacPherson

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Mirror by Fiona Macpherson

 

Tristan Bradshaw

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How's Annie tattoo by Tristan Bradshaw

 

Clay Rodery

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Twin Peaks poster by Clay Rodery

 

Lydia Rae

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How's Annie by Lydia Rae

 

Lauren O’Neill

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How's Annie by Lauren O'Neill

 

Violette Mouillard

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How's Annie by Voilette Mouillard

 

Claire Laffar

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Eight Of Swords tarot card by Claire Laffar

 

Scott Valine

How's Annie by Scott Valine

Sam C

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Special Agent Dale Cooper

 

Sean Doherty

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Sean Doherty - The Owls Are Not What They Seem

 

@Lynch_Bricks

Check out many epic Twin Peaks Lego recreations by @Lynch_Bricks.How's Annie? @Lynch_Bricks

 

Julien Ulvoas

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Black Mirror by Julien Ulvoas

 

Ratmeaty

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Toon Peaks by Ratmeaty

James Fenner

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Between Two Worlds by James Fenner

Written by Pieter Dom

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

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