And I'll see you
And you'll see me
And I'll see you in the branches that blow
In the breeze
I'll see you in the trees
Under the sycamore trees
Located "just 5 miles from the Canadian border and 12 miles west of the state line" lies the town of Twin Peaks, population 51, 201. A town where we find out exactly what goes on behind the white picket fences of small-town, middle-class America.
Created by the team of David Lynch and Mark Frost, the series launched in 1989, creating a remarkable documentary for America's national obsessions. In its first season, Twin Peaks captured 14 Emmy nominations, 2 Emmy awards, and the Peabody award. Kyle MacLachlan won a Grammy Award for his Diane tapes. It was also named "the most original show on TV" by TV Guide.
So grab a piece of cherry pie and a "damn good cup of coffee," and take a trip through the macabre imagination of David Lynch and Mark Frost. Welcome to Twin Peaks.
Come on, then. My log does not judge.
Enter the Woods to read about the Cast of Twin Peaks
Enter the Log Lady's Cabin to read about the Town
Enter the Double R to Read Quotes from the Series
Enter the Great Northern for Links to Other Twin Peaks Pages
Enter the Bookhouse to get information on Books about Twin Peaks
Enter the Roadhouse to find out about the Music and Soundtracks for Twin Peaks and Fire Walk With Me
Enter the Black Lodge to find out what happened to Agent Cooper
Enter the Palmer House to read Excerpts from The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer
Enter the Trophy Case to see My Awards
David Lynch on Jack Nance's Death
In Fond Memory of Richard Farnsworth
The Mystery of Diane
Enter One Eyed Jack's to read about Twin Peaks and X-Files Actor Crossovers.
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