Twin Peaks: Specials

Episodes

# Air Date Title
1 May 08
1992

Fire Walk With Me

Essentially a prequel to David Lynch and Mark Frost’s earlier TV series “Twin Peaks.” The first half-hour or so concerns the investigation by 2

Pilot - International Release

The small northwest town of Twin Peaks, Washington is shaken up when the body of the Homecoming Queen, Laura Palmer, is discovered washed up on a riverbank, wrapped in plastic.…

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Pilot - International Release Alternate Ending

The alternate ending of the international stand-alone release.

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Lost and Found: Jerry's Wandering Eye

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Lost and Found: 27 Going on 6

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Lost and Found: Lucy, Andy and Donuts

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Lost and Found: Something About Johnny

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A Slice of Lynch

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Northwest Passage: Creating the Pilot

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Freshly Squeezed: Creating Season One

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Where We're From: Creating the Music

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Into the Night: Creating Season Two

13 Sep 29
1990

Saturday Night Live: Kyle MacLachlan Monologue

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Saturday Night Live: Twin Peaks Sketch

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Twin Peaks Festival: Return to Twin Peaks

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Falling

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Georgia Coffee Commercials

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On-Air Promos/Spots

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1-900 Promo Spot

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Lucy Bumpers

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Mark Frost Interview

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Learning to Speak in the Red Room

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An Introduction to David Lynch

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17 Pieces of Pie

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Postcards from the Cast

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Fire Walk With Me Electronic Press Kit

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Georgia Coffee: Lost

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Georgia Coffee: Cherry Pie

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Georgia Coffee: A Mystery of G

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Georgia Coffee: A Mystery of G & Pet

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Georgia Coffee: The Rescue

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Log Lady Introduction: Pilot

“Welcome to Twin Peaks. My name is Margaret Lanterman. I live in Twin Peaks. I am known as the Log Lady. There is a story behind that. There are many stories in Twin…

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Log Lady Introduction: Traces to Nowhere

“I carry a log—yes. Is it funny to you? It is not to me. Behind all things are reasons. Reasons can even explain the absurd. Do we have the time to learn the r…

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Log Lady Introduction: Zen, or the Skill to Catch a Killer

“Sometime ideas, like men, jump up and say ‘hello’. They introduce themselves, these ideas, with words. Are they words? These ideas speak so strangely.

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Log Lady Introduction: Rest in Pain

“There is a sadness in this world, for we are ignorant of many things. Yes, we are ignorant of many beautiful things—things like the truth. So sadness, in our ign…

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Log Lady Introduction: The One-Armed Man

“Even the ones who laugh are sometimes caught without an answer: these creatures who introduce themselves but we swear we have met them somewhere before.

“…

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Log Lady Introduction: Cooper's Dream

“I play my part on my stage. I tell what I can to form the perfect answer. But that answer cannot come before all are ready to hear. So I tell what I can to form the p…

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Log Lady Introduction: Realization Time

“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Yet there are those who open many eyes. Eyes are the mirror of the soul, someone has said. So we look closely at the eyes to see…

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Log Lady Introduction: The Last Evening

“A drunken man walks in a way that is quite impossible for a sober man to imitate, and vice versa. An evil man has a way, no matter how clever—to the trained eye,…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x01 - May the Giant Be with You

“Hello again. Can you see through a wall? Can you see through human skin? X-rays see through solid, or so-called solid objects. There are things in life that exist, a…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x02 - Coma

“As above, so below. The human being finds himself, or herself, in the middle. There is as much space outside the human, proportionately, as inside.

“Sta…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x03 - The Man Behind the Glass

“Letters are symbols. They are building blocks of words which form our languages. Languages help us communicate. Even with complicated languages used by intelligent pe…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x04 - Laura's Secret Diary

“Miscommunication sometimes leads to arguments, and arugments sometimes lead to fights. Anger is usually present in arguments and fights. Anger is an emotion, usually c…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x05 - The Orchid's Curse

“Sometimes nature plays tricks on us and we imagine we are something other than what we truly are. Is this a key to life in general? Or the case of the two-headed schiz…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x06 - Demons

“Sometimes we want to hide from ourselves—we do not want to
be us—it is too difficult to be us. It is at these times that we turn to drugs or alcohol o…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x07 - Lonely Souls

“A poem as lovely as a tree:

As the night wind blows, the boughs move to and fro.
The rustling, the magic rustling that brings on the dark dream.
The…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x08 - Drive with a Dead Girl

“Food is interesting. For instance, why do we need to eat? Why are we never satisfied with just the right amount of food to maintain good health and proper energy? We…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x09 - Arbitrary Law

“So now the sadness comes—the revelation. There is a depression after an answer is given. It was almost fun not knowing. Yes, now we know. At least we know what…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x10 - Dispute Between Brothers

“Complications set in—yes, complications. How many times have we heard: ‘it’s simple’. Nothing is simple. We live in a world where nothing is s…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x11 - Masked Ball

“Is life like a game of chess? Are our present moves important for future success? I think so. We paint our future with every present brush stroke.

“Pai…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x12 - The Black Widow

“Is a dog man’s best friend? I had a dog. The dog was large. It ate my garden, all the plants, and much earth. The dog ate so much earth it died. Its body went…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x13 - Checkmate

“My husband died in a fire. No one can know my sorrow. My love is gone. Yet, I feel him near me. Sometimes I can almost see him. At night when the wind blows, I thin…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x14 - Double Play

“The heart—it is a physical organ, we all know. But how much more an emotional organ—this we also know. Love, like blood, flows from the heart. Are blood a…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x15 - Slaves and Masters

“A death mask. Is there a reason for a death mask? It is barely a physical resemblance—in death, the muscles so relaxed, the face so without the animating spark.…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x16 - The Condemned Woman

“A hotel. A nightstand. A drawer pull on the drawer. A drawer pull of a nightstand in the room of a hotel. What could possibly be happening on or in this drawer pull?…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x17 - Wounds and Scars

“Sometimes—well, let’s say all times—things are changing. We are judged as human beings on how we treat our fellow human beings. How do you treat your…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x18 - On the Wings of Love

“The beautiful thing about treasure is that it exists. It exists to be found. How beautiful it is to find treasure. Where is the treasure, that when found, leaves one…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x19 - Variations and Relations

“Pie. Whoever invented the pie? Here was a great person. In Twin Peaks, we specialize in cherry pie and huckleberry pie. We do have many other types of pie, and at th…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x20 - The Path to the Black Lodge

“There are clues everywhere—all around us. But the puzzle maker is clever. The clues, although surrounding us, are somehow mistaken for something else. And the s…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x21 - Miss Twin Peaks

(Holding log directly in front of her, instead of the usual position cradled in her arms.)

“A log is a portion of a tree. (Turning end of log to camera.) At th…

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Log Lady Introduction: 2x22 - Beyond Life and Death

“And now, an ending. Where there was once one, there are now two. Or were there always two?

“What is a reflection? A chance to see two? When there are…

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1-900 Hotline: Message 1

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1-900 Hotline: Message 2

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1-900 Hotline: Message 3

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1-900 Hotline: Message 4

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1-900 Hotline: Message 5

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1-900 Hotline: Message 6

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1-900 Hotline: Message 7

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1-900 Hotline: Message 8

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Caleb Deschanel Interview

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Twin Peaks Festival - Interactive Map: Double R Diner

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Twin Peaks Festival - Interactive Map: Laura's Log

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Twin Peaks Festival - Interactive Map: Packard Lodge

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Twin Peaks Festival - Interactive Map: Packard Saw Mill/Sheriff Station

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Twin Peaks Festival - Interactive Map: Ronett's Bridge

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Twin Peaks Festival - Interactive Map: The Great Northern

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Twin Peaks Festival - Interactive Map: The Roadhouse

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Twin Peaks Festival - Interactive Map: Town Sign

About Twin Peaks

The body of Laura Palmer is washed up on a beach near the small Washington state town of Twin Peaks. FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper is called in to investigate her strange demise only to uncover a web of mystery that ultimately leads him deep into the heart of the surrounding woodland and his very own soul.

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