Twin Peaks is an American horror and crime drama created by David Lynch and Mark Frost for ABC. It ran from April 8, 1990 to June 10, 1991 for three seasons. It spun off a feature film, Fire Walk With Me and a revival.
When high school sweetheart Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) is found murdered outside the town of Twin Peaks, zen FBI agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) is sent to investigate. He soon discovers that the town harbors an eerie dark side, represented by a mysterious dwarf (Michael J. Anderson) and a malevolent figure named BOB (Frank Silva). As the town reels from Laura's murder and suspects pile up, Cooper's search for the truth pits him against enemies earthly and supernatural.
- Twin Peaks spun off Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, a theatrical film that follows after the series.
- Twin Peaks spun off a revival series with the same name that continues the story years later.
Westphall connections to Twin Peaks
- In Fringe "The Firefly", scientist Walter Bishop puts on a pair of glasses that have red and blue lenses, explaining that they allow him to see people's auras. He adds that the glasses were made by his friend, Dr Jacoby. Dr Jacoby was a character in Twin Peaks who was frequently seen wearing the same kind of glasses.
- Dr. Jacoby appeared in General Hospital on September 15 and 19, 2000. There is a blooper reel featuring Dr.Jacoby.