You can never tell with actors. Sometimes they’ll say things just to say something, and other times they mean it. They are a curious breed, oftentimes hard to decipher, prone to shooting off at the lip. For example, take a look at these quotes from Kyle MacLachlan, who has been reported as saying he would like to return to the wacky world of Twin Peaks, but not as a TV show. Instead, MacLachlan envisions a series of 5-minute webisodes starring his Agent Dale Cooper character and potentially others from the ’90s TV show.
That’s according to WENN, who also quotes MacLachlan as saying that if the webisode idea of his takes off, it will be without Twin Peaks mastermind David Lynch, who, says, MacLachlan, is currently too busy “on transcendental meditation now.” Whatever the hell that means. It’s Lynch. It wouldn’t be any fun if it wasn’t muddled.
The original Twin Peaks ran from 1990 and 1991 on ABC, and was quite the sensation when it first appeared, thanks to dancing little people and a slew of comely lasses, including Mädchen Amick, Lara Flynn Boyle, Sherilyn Fenn, and Sheryl Lee. Alas, the ratings didn’t hold up, and the show was soon canceled, leading to a prequel movie called “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me” a few years later.
I distinctively remember Twin Peaks, because it was just so new and so kooky for its time. And of course, Audrey Horne and her amazing cherry superpowers didn’t hurt, either.