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Twin Peaks

''Twin Peaks'' is an American television serial drama created by serial dramaMark Frost and serial dramaMark FrostDavid Lynch . It follows an investigation headed by FBI Special Agent serial dramaMark FrostDavid LynchDale Cooper ( serial dramaMark FrostDavid LynchDale CooperKyle MacLachlan ) into the murder of homecoming queen homecoming queenLaura Palmer ( homecoming queenLaura PalmerSheryl Lee ) in the fictional town of Twin Peaks, Washington. Its pilot episode was broadcast on April... read more

Twin Peaks (disambiguation)

'' Twin Peaks '' is a 1990-91 American TV series. read more

Episode 16 (Twin Peaks)

''Twin Peaks'' centers on the investigation into the murder of schoolgirl Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee), in the small rural town in Washington state after which the series is named. In this episode, following the discovery of Madeleine "Maddy" Ferguson (Lee), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Special Agents Dale Cooper (MacLachlan) and Albert Rosenfield, and Sheriff Truman (Ontkean) continue to search for the human host of the killer—the demon BOB (Frank Silva). With assistance from MIKE (Al Strobel),... read more

Episode 8 (Twin Peaks)

''Twin Peaks'' centers on the investigation into the murder of schoolgirl Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee), in the small rural town in Washington state after which the series is named. In this episode, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Special Agent Dale Cooper (MacLachlan) is visited by The Giant after being shot by an unknown assailant. After The Giant gives him clues and he has recovered, Cooper, Sheriff Truman (Ontkean), and FBI Special Agent Albert Rosenfield (Ferrer) continue to investigate Laura... read more

Episode 1 (Twin Peaks)

Dunham was offered the role of directing the episode by Lynch, who wanted Dunham to edit his next film project, 1990's ''Wild at Heart''. Dunham continued to use several stylistic elements in his direction that he had observed in Lynch's work on "Pilot", including largely static camera work and the use of reddish color tints. The episode also marks the first appearance of Killer Bob, who was played by set decorator Frank Silva after Silva had been accidentally caught on camera."Episode 1" continued... read more

Episode 3 (Twin Peaks)

Rathborne has highlighted the episode's introduction of Jungian analytical psychology to the series. She also described MacLachlan's character Dale Cooper as not only a wholesome, grounded anchor against which the series' more bizarre elements could be contrasted; but as the central component of the series' coming-of-age "Bildungsroman" narrative."Episode 3" was first broadcast on April 26, 1990, and was viewed by approximately 18 percent of the available audience in its initial airing. The episode... read more

Twin Peaks Wilderness

Twin Peaks Wilderness is a wilderness area in the Wasatch Range of Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest in Salt Lake County, Utah. The Mount Olympus Wilderness is directly north of the Twin Peaks Wilderness and separated by Utah State Route 190. The Lone Peak Wilderness is directly to the south and separated by Utah State Route 210. Elevations in the wilderness range from under to on Twin Peaks. ==References==Category:Protected areas established in 1984Category:Protected areas of Salt Lake County,... read more

Episode 14 (Twin Peaks)

''Twin Peaks'' centers on the investigation into the murder of schoolgirl Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) in the small rural town in Washington state after which the series is named. In this episode, during the ongoing investigation into Laura's death, FBI special agent Dale Cooper (MacLachlan) and Sheriff Truman (Ontkean) continue to search for her killer, the demon Bob, who has possessed a human host. Aided by Mike (Al Strobel), Cooper and Truman arrest Benjamin Horne (Beymer), believing him to be inhabited... read more

Episode 7 (Twin Peaks)

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent Dale Cooper (MacLachlan) pays the price for his investigation of a murder in the small mountain town of Twin Peaks, while the local sawmill is burnt in an arson scheme.Like much of the series, "Episode 7" features unusual set and costume design, including the hallmark use of a strong red palette. Production designer Richard Hoover has explained that the sound stages were constructed with ceilings and functional hallways—an unusual practice for television... read more

Episode 6 (Twin Peaks)

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent Dale Cooper (MacLachlan) and Twin Peaks sheriff Harry Truman (Ontkean) continue to investigate a murder in the small mountain town of Twin Peaks; while local businessman Benjamin Horne (Beymer) schemes to burn down the town's sawmill to further his property empire. Deschanel has noted that the episode, like most in the series, was filmed from a relatively short teleplay; he feels that this has contributed to its ability to develop characterization and subtextual... read more

Episode 4 (Twin Peaks)

Hunter's directing of the episode was inspired by Otto Preminger's 1945 film ''Fallen Angel'', making use of small sets and long depth of field shots. Engels has identified several 1960s television series—''The Wild Wild West'', ''Mayberry R.F.D.'' and ''The Fugitive''—as being influential to the series as a whole.First airing on May 3, 1990, "Episode 4" was viewed by approximately 19 percent of the available audience during its broadcast, marking an increase in viewers from the previous... read more

Episode 5 (Twin Peaks)

Glatter has noted that the episode exemplifies the themes of longing and desire which she feels characterize the series; she has also called to attention its careful balance between tragic and comic elements. Exterior scenes in the episode were filmed in California's Angeles National Forest and blended with stock footage of Washington to enhance the setting.FBI agent Dale Cooper (MacLachlan) and Twin Peaks sheriff Harry Truman (Ontkean) continue to investigate a murder in the small mountain town,... read more

Twin Peaks (restaurant chain)

Twin Peaks is a chain of sports bars and restaurants (colloquially referred to as breastaurants) based in Dallas, Texas. The chain is known for having its waitresses dress in revealing uniforms that consist of cleavage- and midriff-revealing red plaid (or sometimes black bikini) tops, as well as khaki short shorts. At other times, waitresses wear revealing seasonal or themed outfits. Restaurants are decorated in the theme of a wilderness lodge and serve a mix of American, Southwest and Southern cuisines... read more

Twin Peaks (Antarctica)

The Twin Peaks are two sharply defined peaks, high, standing together north of Mount Taylor and west of the head of Hope Bay at the north-east end of the Antarctic Peninsula. They were discovered by the Swedish Antarctic Expedition, 1901–04, under Otto Nordenskiöld, and named by the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey following their survey of the area in 1946.==References==Category:Geography of the British Antarctic Territory read more

Episode 2 (Twin Peaks)

''Twin Peaks'' centers on the investigation into the murder of schoolgirl Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee), in the small rural town in Washington state after which the series is named. In this episode, Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Dale Cooper (MacLachlan) tells Sheriff Truman (Ontkean) and his deputies about a unique method of narrowing down the suspects in Palmer's death. Meanwhile, Cooper's cynical colleague Albert Rosenfield (Ferrer) arrives in town, and Cooper has a strange dream that elevates... read more

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