Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: ^TP^ Hotline Info and other such stuff
From: (Jeffrey Koga)
Date: 1991-01-13, 12:48

I found this in the _L.A. Times_ late last year, but
thought that it would still be useful:

"Relief for Peakies: 'Twin Peaks' freaks who miss an
episode of the increasingly complicated ABC series
can dial the Twin Peaks Sheriff's Office Hotline for
an update of the doings of Kyle MacLachlan's Agent
Dale Cooper and the rest of the gang.  Receptionist
Lucy Moran, Deputy Andy and Dr. Haywood will provide
information about the previous week's episode and an
unidentified mystery voice will disclose new
information and provide clues on events likely to
arise.  The telephone recording will be changed
weekly, with new information on line Sunday
mornings.  But, being a "Peaks" groupie doesn't come
cheap--calls are $2 for the first minute and $1 for
each additional minute.  The Twin Peaks Sheriff's
Office Hotline can be reached by dialing

And now for the "other such stuff":

I know that there is _Laura Palmer's Secret Diary_,
"The Tapes of Agent Dale Cooper", the "Twin Peaks"
soundtrack, the Julee Cruise album "Floating Into
the Night" (which features some songs that weren't
in the ^TP^ soundtrack), David Lynch's "Industrial
Symphony No. 1" (videos from "Floating Into the
Night", and ^TP^ T-shirts.  Questions: What do each
of the T-shirts look like?  Where can I find the
^TP^ posters?  (I saw one in the background of a
photo in _Newsweek_ last year)  Is there a ^TP^ 1991
Calendar?  Is there any other ^TP^ merchandise that
I'm missing?

Last month, Kyle MacLaughlin and Lara Flynn Boyle
were scheduled to be in A.R. Gurney's play "Love
Letters", which is currently playing in Beverly
Hills (I had tickets!!!)  But they had to cancel at
the last minute because Lara was offered a movie
deal.  Comments: I was so depressed (I called ahead
of time to see if they were still playing) that I
didn't even see their replacements, Scott Valentine
and Melissa Gilbert, even though I had tickets.  Oh
well, I hope Lara's movie deal goes through.

Last week, I saw David Lynch's "Wild at Heart", and
noticed that there were five people on "Twin Peaks"
who were in there: David Patrick Kelly (Jerry
Horne), Grace Zabriskie (Sarah Palmer), Sherilyn
Fenn (Audrey Horne), Jack Nance (Pete Martell), and
Sheryl Lee (Laura Palmer/Madeleine Ferguson).
Question: Am I missing anyone else?

I saw the 1/12 episode of ^TP^, and now I have some
questions that I hope can be answered (as well as
some comments): What was Lucy looking for before she
answered the phone?  Does Hawk have a thing for
Mayor Milford's brother's widow?  (Or was I just
imagining that?)  Bob appears to be in Nicky now, or
will soon be.  Reason: Leland was a boy when Bob
possessed him.  Also, Nicky's parents were murdered,
and he is traumatized from that.  And trouble
follows him wherever he goes.  Perfect for Bob.

Answers to my questions/comments on my comments can
either be posted here or to me:

			--Thanks in advance,
			  Jeff "Koganuts" Koga