Une chose est sûre : ils sont très forts à HBO.
David Lynch unveiled nearly 90 minutes of deleted and extended scenes from his 1992 film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me at a Los Angeles theater last night. It was intense and weird.
And it’s incredible, Diane.
As told by Special Agent Dale Cooper from Twin Peaks.
David Lynch and Mark Frost’s grand opus celebrates nearly a quarter century of influencing television. Damn fine show.
BRB having a damn fine cup of coffee with the log lady.
Belgian artist Adrien Noterdaem has been at it again — this time the residents of Twin Peaks are given the Springfield treatment.
How dare you forget about Donkeylips and Goo Punch.
IT WAS A DAMN FINE WEDDING. H/t to Offbeat Bride.
Diane, which character am I?
“On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me… A BODY. DEAD. WRAPPED IN PLASTIC.” Wait, what?
You took back the night, wrote papers on a Mac Plus, and worshipped Madonna.
On Lifetime’s Witches of East End, Mädchen Amick plays a woman who’s complex and complicated — and she wouldn’t have it any other way. “I ended up choosing more of a career path that wasn’t mainstream, box office, boring female roles that were the decoration on the leading man’s arm,” she told BuzzFeed.
Reminder: The Wire won zero Emmys. ZERO.
The 25th season of The Simpsons premiered Sunday night with a parody of Homeland, but that’s far from the first show the animated sitcom has parodied. Here are some notable entries throughout the years.
BuzzFeed asked celebrities on the Emmys red carpet which gone-but-not-forgotten TV series they would bring back. Find out what Jeff Daniels, Taylor Schilling, Anna Faris, and more are longing for.
Two eccentric citizens from two sleepy little towns with so, so much in common.
That’s a damn fine cup of coffee.
Pre-X-Files David Duchovny as a cross-dressing DEA agent? Check.
We wanna do bad things to you.
These are, excuse me, some damn fine eyebrows.
The combination of these two ’90s things is like nostalgia ambrosia.
It’s one of the best-loved TV shows of all time. But what are the cast up to these days? And what did they do before appearing in David Lynch’s atmospheric murder mystery?
Can I be young again now, please?
It’s possible she — or her log — knows the meaning of life.
“Wishes” was directed by Eric Wareheim from Tim and Eric, and it looks like some kind of mystical pep rally.
Do you think they’re flavored like “damn fine coffee”?
It may have been a big year at the box office, but there’s a lot that Hollywood could be doing better.
The iconic image has been mashed up with Star Wars, Arrested Development, Breaking Bad, Batman, and more.