Laura Palmer was right: she would
see Dale Cooper again in 25 years.
When David Lynch and Mark Frost's "Twin Peaks" returns on Sunday to Showtime, fans will have been waiting over a quarter century for it, devouring that's-so-Lynch teasers like the billboards that popped up in Montana, Washington and Pennsylvania
featuring the famed cherry pie from the Double T Diner, or the uber-creepy message at the other end of a phone number that appeared on posters in Australia
Before you dive in to first four of the 18 episodes of "Twin Peaks: The Return" on Sunday, catch Lynch's contentious 1992 prequel, "Fire Walk With Me" at Riverdale 10 Cinema
tonight, screened as part of the Arkansas Times Film Series in partnership with Film Quotes Film.
Representatives from Hot Springs' Spa-Con
will be in attendance with free comic books, weekend passes to the convention and, they've suggested, hints about a potential "Twin Peaks" cast member making an appearance at the convention this September.