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Watch: Trailer For 'Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery' Box Set Previews 90 Minutes Of Deleted Scenes

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For a brief moment in the early 1990s, David Lynch was arguably at the most popular height of his career, captivating TV audiences who tuned in with this perfectly odd and surreal "Twin Peaks." It's hard to believe a show like that ever got greenlit, let alone nearly twenty years ago when network TV was still king of the hill. Hell, even "The Simpsons" referenced it. But after two seasons and a movie it was over, leaving fans to puzzle forever over its mysteries. But they're about to get a whole lot more.

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alycakes1438d ago

This was one of the strangest shows ever on tv. If you didn't like to think when you watched tv, you might as well forget this one because even if you put all your thought into it you still were trying to figure out a few things at the end of each episode.