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Twin Peaks Finale Sneak Peek: 10 Unaired Scenes From Official Teasers

Let's take a quick look at the 10 unaired scenes from teasers for Twin Peaks: The Return.
This post was published a while ago. Please keep its age in mind and if you find any errors, feel free to comment.

Who would have thought that Showtime’s scarce number of David Lynch-approved teasers contained so many scenes from the 2-part finale? Let’s take a quick look at the vignettes that haven’t aired yet, unless you don’t want to be spoiled in any way.

From the Kyle MacLachlan returns as Dale Cooper teaser, we see the actor in his black FBI suit and tie emerging from the dark. But is it the real Dale Cooper, or his doppelgänger?


From the familiar faces teaser, Deputy Andy Brennan seems to be taking a picnic basket out of his car. What is he up to, now that he’s The Fireman’s latest recruit?


From the same teaser, Dale Cooper (or Mr. C in disguise) looks at someone… then turns his face.


An unaired, unstabilized shot of the Palmer house is part of the Town of Twin Peaks teaser.


This behind-the-scenes footage shows a bunch of J. Edgars walking across a parking lot.

J. Edgars on the Twin Peaks Sheriff's Department lot

The final It Is Happening Again teaser shows the staircase above the convenience… with extra electricity.


We also see Cooper following a silhouette…


…and driving a car.


The extended version of that teaser included a yet unaired Gordon Cole scene as well.

Gordon Cole

And last but not least, there’s this…


New Welcome to Twin Peaks sign 2017

Will Dale Cooper drive past it again 25 years after his first visit? One thing’s for sure: we’re heading back to Twin Peaks! Are you ready for the grand finale?


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What's your response to this?


  1. Schnapple says:

    “Emerging from the dark” and “following a silhouette” – correct me if I’m wrong but weren’t those both from the purple room sequence in part 3?

    • Mike's Spiritual Mound says:

      I think you’re right. The silhouette one is def him following Naito.

    • ella says:

      No guys I don’t think so. It looks similar but I’m pretty sure we didn’t see these shots yet.
      The first one was probably the first teasing photo from new TP that I saw and it’s got some bad Cooper vibe.
      As for the third one notice right down corner. Some pink cardigan, shirt… Janey-E? But how? Laura?

  2. TJ says:

    Isn’t the third one from the first arrival at Lancelot Court?

  3. BOB says:

    Pretty sure the “following a silhouette” is him following naito to the ladder.

  4. Woop says:

    Isn´t there also a clip of the girl who died in the room with cameras (in the first few episode) picking up a phone that hasn´t aired yet?

    • J H says:

      Watched all the trailers and didn’t see anything resembling this. In the trailer called “it is happening again” they show Tracey saying “try me” and this is the only time she is shown in these trailers.

  5. driftwood says:

    People have been saying that “Bad Coop vibe” crap about the picture of cooper since it first appeared and I don’t get it all. Besides what did mr. c do, erase his tan? david lynch doesn’t try to “trick” anyone he makes it pretty clear when people are good guys or bad guys. I don’t know what the obsession is with wanting to think someone who looks like cooper is really going to be the doppleganger

  6. Praya says:

    The first teaser, I can see Leland possesed by Bob running…. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SfPv57KBpJI

    It’s not in final parts or I missed something

  7. Nathan says:

    It was judgement.
    From the first episode on, every character faced their greatest fear. Based upon their response…they were either penalized with the punishment they felt they deserved or rewarded with their most secret desire. It was brilliant.

  8. Andy Bones says:

    Wow. No one ever changed that roadside sign outside Twin Peaks to read “population 51,200”

  9. Steve Smith says:

    Disgusted and let down by season 3. I’m a Lynch Fan, and a bigger Twin Peaks fan, but this was horrible. The constraints placed on Lynch by the network for the first two seasons are what made it great. When full creative license was given by Showtime, it destroyed it. I understand that this falls in line with Lynch’s work, but it was in my humble opinion, a slap in the face to Peaks fans.

    • Rob B. says:

      I can see that, Steve. Here’s the thing: I think Mr. Lynch (and I think Mr. Frost as well) don’t feel beholden to anyone for their work. They simply produce what’s in their hearts and minds and put it out there for us either to enjoy or not. Whether we do or not is our affair, not their’s.

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