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You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Episodes Seasons. Sheriff Harry S. Truman 30 episodes, Mädchen Amick Shelly Johnson 30 episodes, Dana Ashbrook Bobby Briggs 30 episodes, Richard Beymer Benjamin Horne 30 episodes, Lara Flynn Boyle Donna Hayward 30 episodes, Sherilyn Fenn Audrey Horne 30 episodes, Warren Frost Will Hayward 30 episodes, Peggy Lipton Norma Jennings 30 episodes, James Marshall James Hurley 30 episodes, Everett McGill Big Ed Hurley 30 episodes, Jack Nance Pete Martell 30 episodes, Joan Chen Jocelyn Packard 30 episodes, Kimmy Robertson Lucy Moran 29 episodes, Michael Horse Leo Johnson 24 episodes, Wendy Robie Nadine Hurley 22 episodes, Ray Wise Leland Palmer 18 episodes, Sheryl Lee Lawrence Jacoby 16 episodes, Don S.
Garland Briggs 16 episodes, Chris Mulkey Hank Jennings 13 episodes, Gary Hershberger Mike Nelson 13 episodes, Grace Zabriskie Taglines: A town where everyone knows everyone and nothing is what it seems.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia According to an interview with Joan Chen in a featurette included with the DVD release, the character of Josie was originally written as an Italian character, with David Lynch 's romantic partner at the time, Isabella Rossellini , slated to play the role.
The show gained a devoted cult following and has been referenced in a wide variety of media. The show's narrative draws on elements of detective fiction , but its uncanny tone, supernatural elements, and campy , melodramatic portrayal of eccentric characters also draw on American soap opera and horror tropes.
The success of the show sparked a media franchise , and the series was followed by a feature film, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me , that serves as a prequel to the series.
Additional tie-in books were also released. Following a hiatus of over 25 years, the show returned in with a third season on Showtime.
The season was directed by Lynch and written by Lynch and Frost, and starred MacLachlan alongside other original cast members. In , local logger Pete Martell discovers a naked corpse wrapped in plastic on the bank of a river outside the town of Twin Peaks, Washington.
When Sheriff Harry S. Truman , his deputies, and doctor Will Hayward arrive, the body is identified as high school senior and homecoming queen Laura Palmer.
A badly injured second girl, Ronette Pulaski , is discovered in a fugue state. Cooper's initial examination of Laura's body reveals a tiny typed letter "R" inserted under her fingernail.
Cooper informs the community that Laura's death matches the signature of a killer who murdered another girl in southwestern Washington the previous year, and that evidence indicates the killer lives in Twin Peaks.
The authorities discover through Laura's diary that she had been living a double life. She was cheating on her boyfriend, football captain Bobby Briggs , with biker James Hurley , and prostituting herself with the help of truck driver Leo Johnson and drug dealer Jacques Renault.
Laura was also addicted to cocaine, which she obtained by coercing Bobby into doing business with Jacques. Laura's father, attorney Leland Palmer , suffers a nervous breakdown after her death.
Her best friend Donna Hayward begins a relationship with James. Lawrence Jacoby , was obsessed with her, but he is proven innocent of the murder. Hotelier Ben Horne , the richest man in Twin Peaks, plans to destroy the town's lumber mill along with its owner Josie Packard , and murder his lover Josie's sister-in-law , Catherine Martell Piper Laurie , so he can purchase the land at a reduced price and complete a development project called Ghostwood.
Horne's sultry, troubled daughter, Audrey , becomes infatuated with Agent Cooper and spies on her father for clues in an effort to gain his affections.
Cooper has a dream in which he is approached by a one-armed otherworldly being who calls himself MIKE. Cooper finds himself decades older with Laura and a dwarf in a red business suit , who engages in coded dialogue with Cooper.
The next morning, Cooper tells Truman that, if he can decipher the dream, he will know who killed Laura. Cooper and the sheriff's department find the one-armed man from Cooper's dream, a traveling shoe salesman named Phillip Gerard.
Gerard knows a Bob, the veterinarian who treats Renault's pet bird. Cooper interprets these events to mean that Renault is the murderer, and with Truman's help, tracks Renault to One-Eyed Jack's, a brothel owned by Horne across the border in Canada.
He lures Jacques Renault back onto U. Leland, learning that Renault has been arrested, sneaks into the hospital and murders him. The same night, Horne orders Leo to burn down the lumber mill with Catherine trapped inside and has Leo gunned down by Hank Jennings to ensure Leo's silence.
Cooper returns to his room following Jacques's arrest and is shot by a masked gunman. Lying hurt in his hotel room, Cooper has a vision in which a giant appears and reveals three clues: "There is a man in a smiling bag," "the owls are not what they seem," and "without chemicals, he points.
Leo Johnson survives his shooting but is left brain-damaged. Catherine Martell disappears, presumed killed in the mill fire. Leland Palmer, whose hair has turned white overnight, returns to work but behaves erratically.
Cooper deduces that the "man in the smiling bag" is the corpse of Jacques Renault in a body bag. His personality surfaces when Gerard forgoes the use of a certain drug.
Donna befriends an agoraphobic orchid grower named Harold Smith whom Laura entrusted with her second, secret diary. Harold catches Donna and Maddy attempting to steal the diary from him and hangs himself in despair.
Cooper and the sheriff's department take possession of Laura's secret diary, and learn that BOB, a friend of her father's, had been sexually abusing her since childhood and she used drugs to cope.
Cooper begins to doubt Horne's guilt, so he gathers all of his suspects in the belief that he will receive a sign to help him identify the killer.
Cooper and Truman take Leland into custody. In control of Leland's body, BOB admits to a string of murders, before forcing Leland to commit suicide.
As Leland dies, he is freed of BOB's influence and begs for forgiveness. BOB's spirit disappears into the woods in the form of an owl and the lawmen wonder if he will reappear.
Renault holds Cooper responsible for the death of his brothers, Jacques and Bernard. Jean Renault is killed in a shootout with police, and Cooper is cleared of all charges.
Cooper had previously been having an affair with Earle's wife, Caroline, while she was under his protection as a witness to a federal crime. Earle murdered Caroline and wounded Cooper.
He now engages Cooper in a twisted game of chess during which Earle murders someone whenever a piece is captured.
Investigating BOB's origin and whereabouts with the help of Major Garland Briggs, Cooper learns of the existence of the White Lodge and the Black Lodge , two extra-dimensional realms whose entrances are somewhere in the woods surrounding Twin Peaks.
Catherine returns to town disguised as a Japanese businessman, having survived the mill fire, and manipulates Ben Horne into signing the Ghostwood project over to her.
Andrew Packard, Josie's husband, is revealed to be still alive while Josie Packard is revealed to be the person who shot Cooper at the end of the first season.
Andrew forces Josie to confront his business rival and her tormentor from Hong Kong, the sinister Thomas Eckhardt. Josie kills Eckhardt, but she mysteriously dies when Truman and Cooper try to apprehend her.
Cooper falls in love with a new arrival in town, Annie Blackburn. Earle captures the brain-damaged Leo for use as a henchman and abandons his chess game with Cooper.
When Annie wins the Miss Twin Peaks contest, Earle kidnaps her and takes her to the entrance to the Black Lodge, whose power he seeks to use for himself.
Through a series of clues Cooper discovers the entrance to the Black Lodge, which turns out to be the strange, red-curtained room from his dream.
Cooper finds Earle, who demands Cooper's soul in exchange for Annie's life. Cooper agrees but BOB appears and takes Earle's soul for himself.
BOB then turns to Cooper, who is chased through the lodge by a doppelgänger of himself. Outside the lodge, Andrew Packard, Pete Martell and Audrey Horne are caught in an explosion at a bank vault, a trap laid by the dead Eckhardt.
Cooper and Annie reappear in the woods, both injured. Annie is taken to the hospital but Cooper recovers in his room at the Great Northern Hotel.
It becomes clear that the "Cooper" who emerged from the Lodge is in fact his doppelgänger, under BOB's control.
He smashes his head into a bathroom mirror and laughs maniacally. On October 6, , it was announced that a limited series would air on Showtime.
David Lynch and Mark Frost wrote all the episodes, and Lynch directed. Frost emphasized that the new episodes are not a remake or reboot but a continuation of the series.
The episodes are set in the present day, and the passage of 25 years is an important element in the plot. The limited series began filming in September  and was completed by April The series premiered on May 21, , and consists of 18 episodes.
Matt Zoller Seitz of Vulture declared "Part 8" as the best television episode of , calling it "the single most impressive episode of television drama I've seen in Since Season 3 ended in , Lynch and Frost have expressed interest in making another season of Twin Peaks.
In the s, Mark Frost worked for three years as a writer for the television police drama Hill Street Blues , which featured a large cast and extended story lines.
Lynch recalls being "sort of interested. I loved the idea of this woman in trouble, but I didn't know if I liked it being a real story.
They went on to work as writer and director for One Saliva Bubble , a film with Steve Martin attached to star, but it was never made either.
Lynch's agent, Tony Krantz, encouraged him to do a television show. Lynch said "Tony I don't want to do a TV show". Frost wanted to tell "a sort of Dickensian story about multiple lives in a contained area that could sort of go perpetually.
After Frost, Krantz, and Lynch rented a screening room in Beverly Hills and screened Peyton Place , they decided to develop the town before its inhabitants.
Lynch and Frost pitched the idea to ABC during the Writers Guild of America strike  in a ten-minute meeting with the network's drama head, Chad Hoffman, with nothing more than this image and a concept.
They had been talking about the project for three months and wrote the screenplay in 10 days. According to the director, "He says a lot of the things I say.
He left the position in March as Lynch went into production. The final showdown occurred during a bi-coastal conference call between Iger and a room full of New York executives; Iger won, and Twin Peaks was on the air.
Each episode took a week to shoot and after directing the second episode, Lynch went off to complete Wild at Heart while Frost wrote the remaining segments.
They wanted the scene to be shorter because it made them uncomfortable, but Frost and Lynch refused and the scene remained. Isabella Rossellini , who had worked with Lynch on Blue Velvet was originally cast as Giovanna Packard, but she dropped out of the production before shooting began on the pilot episode.
Stage actor Warren Frost was cast as Dr. Will Hayward. Due to budget constraints, Lynch intended to cast a local girl from Seattle as Laura Palmer, reportedly "just to play a dead girl.
Lynch stated "But no one—not Mark, me, anyone—had any idea that she could act, or that she was going to be so powerful just being dead.
The character of Phillip Gerard's appearance in the pilot episode was originally intended to be only a "kind of homage to The Fugitive.
The only thing he was gonna do was be in this elevator and walk out," according to David Lynch. Lynch met Michael J.
Anderson in After seeing him in a short film, Lynch wanted to cast the actor in the title role in Ronnie Rocket , but that project failed to get made.
Lynch was familiar with Beymer's work in the film West Side Story and was surprised that Beymer was available for the role.
Set dresser Frank Silva was cast as the mysterious "Bob". Lynch himself recalls that the idea originated when he overheard Silva moving furniture around in the bedroom set, and then heard a woman warning Silva not to block himself in by moving furniture in front of the door.
Lynch was struck with an image of Silva in the room. When he learned that Silva was an actor, he filmed two panning shots, one with Silva at the base of the bed, and one without; he did not yet know how he would use this material.
Later that day, during the filming of Sarah Palmer having a vision, the camera operator told Lynch that the shot was ruined because "Frank [Silva] was reflected in the mirror.
And one thing leads to another, and if you let it, a whole other thing opens up. Silva's reflection in the mirror can also be glimpsed during the scene of Sarah's vision at the end of the original pilot, but it is less clear.
A close-up of Silva in the bedroom later became a significant image in episodes of the TV series. In 20 minutes they produced the signature theme for the series.
Badalamenti called it the "Love Theme from Twin Peaks". It's the mood of the whole piece. It is Twin Peaks. In the scenes dominated by young men, they are accompanied by music that Badalamenti called Cool Jazz.
The characters' masculinity was enhanced by finger-snapping, "cocktail-lounge electric piano, pulsing bass, and lightly brushed percussion.
This album also serves as the soundtrack to another Lynch project, Industrial Symphony No. Anderson " The Man from Another Place ". The song " Falling " sans vocals became the theme to the show, and the songs " Rockin' Back Inside My Heart ", "The Nightingale", "The World Spins", and "Into the Night" found in their full versions on the album were all, except the last, used as Cruise's roadhouse performances during the show's run.
The lyrics for all five songs were written by Lynch. In March , Lynch began releasing The Twin Peaks Archive - a collection of previously unavailable tracks from the series and the film via his website.
This places it in the Salmo-Priest Wilderness. Lynch and Frost started their location search in Snoqualmie, Washington , on the recommendation of a friend of Frost.
They found all of the locations that they had written into the pilot episode. Many exterior scenes were filmed in wooded areas of Malibu, California.
The soap opera show-within-the-show Invitation to Love was not shot on a studio set, but in the Ennis House , an architectural landmark designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the Hollywood area of Los Angeles.
Mark Frost and David Lynch made use of repeating and sometimes mysterious motifs such as trees especially fir and pines , coffee and doughnuts , cherry pie, owls, logs, ducks, water, fire — and numerous embedded references to other films and TV shows.
During the filming of the scene in which Cooper first examines Laura's body, a malfunctioning fluorescent lamp above the table flickered constantly, but Lynch decided not to replace it, since he liked the disconcerting effect that it created.
Cooper's dream at the end of the third episode, which became a driving plot point in the series's first season and ultimately held the key to the identity of Laura's murderer, was never scripted.
The idea came to Lynch one afternoon after touching the side of a hot car left out in the sun: "I was leaning against a car—the front of me was leaning against this very warm car.
My hands were on the roof and the metal was very hot. The Red Room scene leapt into my mind. For the rest of the night I thought only about The Red Room.
When the series was picked up, Lynch decided to incorporate some of the footage; in the fourth episode, Cooper, narrating the dream, outlines the shot footage which Lynch did not incorporate, such as Mike shooting Bob and the fact that he is 25 years older when he meets Laura Palmer's spirit.
In an attempt to avoid cancellation, the idea of a Cooper possessed by Bob came up and was included in the final episode, but the series was cancelled even before the episode was aired.
Before the one and a half hour pilot premiered on TV, a screening was held at the Museum of Broadcasting in Hollywood. It is not commercial, it is radically different from what we as viewers are accustomed to seeing, there's no one in the show to root for.
Initially, the show received a positive response from TV critics. Tom Shales , in The Washington Post , wrote, " Twin Peaks disorients you in ways that small-screen productions seldom attempt.
It's a pleasurable sensation, the floor dropping out and leaving one dangling. O'Connor wrote, " Twin Peaks is not a send-up of the form.
Lynch clearly savors the standard ingredients Lynch and Frost have mastered a way to make a weekly series endlessly interesting. Twin Peaks had a This was a result of competing against Cheers , which appealed to the same demographic that watched Twin Peaks.
A production executive from the show spoke of being frustrated with the network's scheduling of the show. If ABC had put it on Wednesday night it could have built on its initial success.
ABC has put the show at risk. In response, the network aired the first-season finale on a Wednesday night at pm instead of its usual pm Thursday slot.
During the first and second season, the search for Laura Palmer's killer served as the engine for the plot, and captured the public's imagination, although the creators admitted this was largely a MacGuffin ; each episode was really about the interactions between the townsfolk.
Adding to the surreal atmosphere was the recurrence of Dale Cooper's dreams, in which the FBI agent is given clues to Laura's murder in a supernatural realm that may or may not be of his imagination.
The first season contained only eight episodes including the two-hour pilot episode , and was considered technically and artistically revolutionary for television at the time, and geared toward reaching the standards of film.
Critics have noted that Twin Peaks began the trend of accomplished cinematography now commonplace in today's television dramas.
Lynch and Frost's control lessened in the second season, corresponding with what is generally regarded as a decrease in the show's quality once the identity of Laura Palmer's murderer was revealed.
The aforementioned "water cooler effect" put pressure on the show's creators to solve the mystery. Although they claimed to have known from the series' inception the identity of Laura's murderer,  Lynch never wanted to solve the murder, while Frost felt that they had an obligation to the audience to solve it.
This created tension between the two men. Its ambitious style, paranormal undertones, and engaging murder mystery made Twin Peaks an unexpected hit.
Its characters, particularly MacLachlan's Dale Cooper, were unorthodox for a supposed crime drama, as was Cooper's method of interpreting his dreams to solve the crime.
During its first season, the show's popularity reached its zenith, and elements of the program seeped into mainstream popular culture, prompting parodies, including one in the 16th-season premiere of Saturday Night Live , hosted by MacLachlan.
In , Entertainment Weekly listed the show at no. With the resolution of Twin Peaks' main drawing point Laura Palmer's murder in the middle of the second season, and with subsequent story lines becoming more obscure and drawn out, public interest began to wane.
This discontent, coupled with ABC changing its timeslot on a number of occasions, led to a huge drop in the show's ratings after being one of the most-watched television programs in the United States in Due to the Gulf War , Twin Peaks was moved from its usual time slot "for six weeks out of eight" in early , according to Frost, preventing the show from maintaining audience interest.
The series then went on another hiatus, before the final two episodes of the season aired back-to-back on June According to Frost, the main storyline after the resolution of Laura Palmer's murder was planned to be the second strongest element from the first season that audiences responded to: the relationship between Agent Cooper and Audrey Horne.
Frost explained that Lara Flynn Boyle, who was romantically involved with Kyle MacLachlan at the time, had effectively vetoed the Audrey-Cooper relationship, forcing the writers to come up with alternative storylines to fill the gap.
I was not happy about it. It was stupid. After ratings began to decline, Agent Cooper was given a new love interest, Annie Blackburn Heather Graham , to replace the writers' intended romance between him and Audrey Horne.
Lynch expressed his regret at having resolved the Laura Palmer murder, saying he and Frost had never intended for the series to answer the question and that doing so "killed the goose that laid the golden eggs".
Lynch blamed network pressure for the decision to resolve the Palmer storyline prematurely. In , cable channel Bravo acquired the license to rerun the entire series, which began airing in June Looking back, Frost has admitted that he wished he and Lynch had "worked out a smoother transition" between storylines and that the Laura Palmer story was a "tough act to follow".
Writing for The Atlantic in , Mike Mariani wrote that "It would be tough to look at the roster of television shows any given season without finding several that owe a creative debt to Twin Peaks ," stating that "Lynch's manipulation of the uncanny , his surreal non-sequiturs, his black humor , and his trademark ominous tracking shots can be felt in a variety of contemporary hit shows.
The episode's plot is an homage to the Twin Peaks pilot, where the characters of Psych investigate the death of a young girl in a small town called "Dual Spires".
The episode also contains several references to the original show. Coulson and Ray Wise. Prior to the airing of the episode, a special event at the Paley Center for Media was held where the actors from both shows discussed the episode.
Reviewers and fans of four seasons of Veena Sud 's U. If you wanted to get that confession, the answer is yes. I loved that show. They only did 30 episodes.
Kerry [Ehrin] and I thought we'd do the 70 that are missing. Twin Peaks served as an inspiration for the video game The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening , with director Takashi Tezuka citing the series as the main factor for the creation of the "suspicious" characters that populate the game, as well as the mystery elements of the story.
The American animated show Gravity Falls repeatedly referenced the Black Lodge along with other elements of Twin Peaks throughout its run.
Riverdale , an American teen drama, is noted for its many homages to Twin Peaks. Along with many thematic similarities and direct references, Mädchen Amick appears in both series.
The song " Laura Palmer " by the band Bastille was written influenced by the "slightly weird, eerie" atmosphere of the show.
The series was released on VHS in a six-tape collection on April 16, , however, it did not include the original pilot episode.
The second season release was postponed several times, and the release was originally canceled in by Artisan due to low sales figures for the season 1 DVD.
On October 30, , the broadcast version of the pilot finally received a legitimate U. This set includes both U. The set also includes all episodes from both seasons, deleted scenes for both seasons, and a feature-length retrospective documentary.
In July , it was revealed that a Blu-ray version of the complete series would be released.