[Warning: This story contains spoilers for the third and fourth episodes of Twin Peaks: The Return.] The more things change, the more they stay the same. Twin Peaks fans are very used to seeing Bobby at the Twin Peaks Sheriff's Department. All of those people, all of the people who have passed...
Coulson, who passed away shortly after filming her scenes for the series. It was really fun for me to do that, and really challenging, because I was in such a happy place on that set. We've lost quite a few people from the original, if you really go and look around at who's still around and who's not. He was more in touch with what's going on in the Lodges and out in the woods.
Amick and Ashbrook are both back for Showtime's revival of David Lynch's cult '90s series, debuting May 21, and the former told Too Fab her character's fate all these years later was not what she expected.
"When we left the show 20 years ago, I remember thinking, huh I wonder what Shelly would do in the future and I wonder if she'll ever get out of the situation she's in and sort of dreamed that she could leave town and maybe try to move to Hollywood and try to be something big, just trying to figure out her individuality," Amick explained. ' and I was excited to wait and get the scenes and try to figure out what David and Mark [Frost] felt had happened." While everything about the upcoming season has been kept a complete mystery, Amick was forbidden from going to into specifics.
There's a lot of people who cry on Twin Peaks though, man. They'll be sitting at the roadhouse and they'll start crying, you know what I mean?
(Laughs.) Everybody always thought James (James Marshall) was the sensitive one. If the return of "Laura Palmer's Theme" was peak Twin Peaks nostalgia, what's it going to be like when Bobby crosses paths with James and Shelley (Mädchen Amick) and the rest for the first time?