Dale Cooper has penchant for coffee, always trying to find the place that serves the greatest brew, a quirk for recording his thoughts on a dictaphone , even if they are utterly inane, and a curiosity for the supernatural.
His quest for the truth takes him to many weird and wonderful people places, through many pieces of pie, and even to an encounter with a cross-dressing agent Dennis Byron, played marvelously by David Duchovny. The show is masterfully crafted, following the now famed double payoff, with the original puzzle wrapping up to unveil a deeper and more intriguing story.
Twin Peaks first aired in 1990, but has aged exceptionally well. At the time it was relatively ground-breaking, so many of the tricks, techniques, and tropes it employs are now common practise, which at the time were new and unheard of, but the story is still fantastic and will keep you guessing the entire time.
If you are a media nerd like myself you will take great joy in seeing the long lasting influence this show has had on modern TV, one such was highlighted in Part 3 when I discussed American Horror Story, but the reach goes far further. It's a fantastic opportunity to see many famous faces before they became household names.