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David Lynch And Mark Frost Are Being Terrible Teases

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The creators of Twin Peaks are playing with our emotions. When rumors that there was a third season of the show in the works last year, David Lynch's daughter and Mark Frost both went on social media to put the kibbosh on those rumors. Then just a few weeks later, David Lynch said that bringing the show back wasn't out of question.

Then the creators of the show simul-tweeted this in the morning:

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Could it mean Twin Peaks is coming back? Is David Lynch launching a line of gum? Would it taste like coffee? They're better be a #damngood reason for these tweets.

Twenty-five years is a long time to wait for a show's return, but that's when character Laura Palmer promised she would return. Technically, the 25-year mark would have been March 26, 2014, but Twin Peaks was released after it was supposed to take place. So if there's something in the works, it could be right on schedule.

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