It's been 27 years since Pete Martell nervously spoke those words into his phone to Sherriff Harry S. Truman. And America was hooked. It all started with a serene opening credit sequence accompanied by an enchantingly tranquil score from Angelo Badalamenti. The pilot for David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks scored a freakin' 22 rating. It was truly a phenomenon. One third of all TV viewers that night watched the tragic unveiling, and unwrapping, of a beautiful, blue-ish corpse belonging to seemingly squeaky-clean small town Homecoming Queen, Laura Palmer. And now, amazingly, Twin Peaks is returning with new episodes May 21st on Showtime.