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A recent quote from TP producer Sabrina Sutherland, who is very close to Lynch:

 

Q: Personally, would you feel satisfied if The Return was the last glimpse we get into the world of Twin Peaks?



Sabrina: I definitely feel that it ended well. It has room for interpretation, and there’s more story, for me. So I like how it ended up, but I would absolutely love to have another season. Absolutely. But if it ends here, I’m totally satiated and feel like it was an experience, and a one-of-a-kind experience that’s so unique you can’t put your finger on it. And I think years from now, if there isn’t anything more, you can still go back to this and say, “wow, that’s a pretty incredible series”.

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Wow -  can't believe this is finally getting released. "Thought Gang", Lynch and Badalamenti's music collective, also did most of the songs in FWWM, including "A Real Indication" which played outside Twin Peaks High. I think they did a couple songs in Season 3.

 

The track from Lynch's unmade computer game, Woodcutters From Fiery Ships, is the real shock.

 

 

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Original series writer (and FWWM co-writer) Robert Engels talks TP.

 

Another interview with longtime Lynch collaborator Charlotte Stewart (Betty Briggs).

 

On Catherine Coulson and Jack Nance:

 

Well, gosh, I knew them both very well. Actually, after Catherine and Jack divorced and she moved to Oregon and remarried, she was with the Shakespeare Festival in Oregon and Jack was kind of at loose ends after. It was before Twin Peaks, he was in a terrible place. He was doing films with David but he was just drinking so heavily. Life was a mess. And I found him in a rehab place. Somebody said “Did you know Jack?” and I said what, he’s dead? No, he’s in rehab. So I called him up and he had no place to live. I got him out of the rehab and let him live in my house because I was single at the time. And we became very close friends and that’s where we were living when David pulled us into the Twin Peaks series.

 

He met Kelly and got married and then she died. He had just such a tragic life. Jack was a really good and long friend of mine and I always stayed in touch with Catherine when she was in Oregon and we would go to the Twin Peaks festivals always. She’d come up from Oregon, I would come up from L.A. and we’d spend three or four days together in Seattle or North Bend and of course the last time I saw her was in North Bend. It was two years ago, I believe almost three years ago now when she had called me and told me she had lung cancer and she was just telling me and David and nobody else. She was very weak and was not doing well and I knew it wouldn’t be long. We made a date to see each other when we were working on Season 3. I was shooting on a Friday. She was supposed to arrive on Friday and shoot on Saturday.

 

We were going to go out to dinner Friday night and when I got there the people in wardrobe said “Oh Catherine isn’t coming”. I said what? She would never miss out on this. As it turned out she didn’t. She insisted on doing the part as it was written and David sent a film crew to her. They filmed it with him on Skype directing her and she died three days later. When you see her in the new Twin Peaks, she was dying. That was her dying. She was so loved. You know people loved her so much. It was just impossible to think she could die. It was really hard.

 

That blurred line between art and real life. It makes her scenes so much more powerful.

 

Well, she insisted on it. It wasn’t David saying “oh well let’s go shoot the scene anyway”, he was ready to kick it out. She insisted that this be her swansong. That’s not the right term but you know what I mean. That was her telling him how much she loved him, the fans and everybody else which was so incredibly powerful.

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Surprising no one even passingly familiar with the show, Riverdale's Lili Reinhart (Betty) modeled her performance as the younger Alice Cooper - Mädchen Amick - on Mädchen as Shelly in TP.

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I love this pic - and I love the old and new casts constantly intermingling these days:

 

 

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Fab Q&A session 🤩 #twinpeaksukfest

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That's wild. I had no idea.

 

 

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