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Twin Peaks: The Return

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In the 1990s, residents of quaint northwestern town Twin Peaks were stunned by the murder of homecoming queen Laura Palmer. Now 25 years later, Special Agent Dale Cooper, who investigated the student's death, heads out on an odyssey that returns him to the Washington town. Creator David Lynch directs all 18 episodes of this long-awaited follow-up to the cult classic series that originally aired from 1990-91 and spawned the 1992 prequel film "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me."

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What is your name?
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The past dictates the future.
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No knock, no doorbell.
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There's some fear in letting go.
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We are like the dreamer.
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What story is that, Charlie?
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Let's rock.
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There's fire where you are going.
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Laura is the one.
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This is the chair.
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Gotta light?
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There's a body all right.
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Don't die.
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Case files.
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...brings back some memories.
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Call for help.
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The stars turn and a time presents itself.
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My log has a message for you.
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...brings back some memories.
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The stars turn and a time presents itself.

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