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The Toughest Twin Peaks Quiz in the World?

You may only have time for coffee, but give yourself a present and play our super difficult Twin Peaks quiz while you’re supping your cup of Good Morning America!

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  • Question of

    The crew member who read backwards lines to actors in in the red room scenes also played which character?

    The Black Lodge twin peaks
    • The One Eyed Jack’s hunchback seamstress
    • Trudy the waitress
    • Toad the diner patron
    • Louie the desk clerk
  • Question of

    What is the name of Blackie’s dog?

    Blackie O'Reilly, Twin Peaks
    • Jupiter
    • Big Amos
    • Miss Jenny
    • Armstrong
  • Question of

    The woman who played Louise Dambrowski is related to which popular film director?

    Ben and Jerry Horne as boys
    • Steven Spielberg
    • Rob Reiner
    • Peter Farrelly
    • David Fincher
  • Question of

    What was the originally intended Population of Twin Peaks?

    car driving by the welcome to twin peaks sign
    • 51,201
    • 50,201
    • 5120
    • 521
  • Question of

    What was Hank Jennings’ prison number?

    Hank Jennings in prison with domino
    • 8464257
    • 24601
    • 48572
    • 7846014
  • Question of

    According to the ‘Access Guide to Twin Peaks’, who scored the final points to secure the Twin Peaks High Steeplejacks’ perfect season?

    Twin Peaks Steeplejacks
    • Tommy ‘Hawk’ Hill
    • Bobby Briggs
    • Harry Truman
    • Mike Nelson
  • Question of

    Where was the show originally going to be set?

    • Wisconsin
    • North Dakota
    • Missoula, Montana
    • Minnesota
  • Question of

    What is “The Passion Play”?

    • The theater event the Palmers skipped when Laura was too distraught after her cat was run over by a car
    • What Nadine Hurley does to Mike Nelson that is the combination of maturity and superhuman strength
    • A random Bookhouse Boys ritual in the woods that happens every five years or so
    • Words on a conspicuous sign seen behind the Silver Mustang Casino cashier when Dougie repeatedly says “call for help”
  • Question of

    The score track “The Culmination” featured where in Fire Walk With Me?

    • Deer Meadow
    • The Fat Trout Trailer Park
    • Glastonbury Grove
    • The train car
  • Question of

    What was the name of Dale Cooper’s brother?

    Dale Cooper talks into his dictaphone
    • Emmet
    • Desmond
    • Craig
    • Bradley
  • Question of

    What is Shelly Johnson’s maiden name?

    Shelly Johnson in the RR DIner
    • Grevas
    • McCauley
    • McCausland
    • Elster
  • Question of

    According to the ‘Secret History of Twin Peaks’, which historical figure has not been seen with the Owl Ring in his possession?

    The Arm holds the Owl Cave ring
    • Chief Twisted Hair
    • Richard Nixon
    • L. Ron Hubbard
    • Meriweather Lewis
  • Question of

    In her secret diary Laura Palmer says Bobby Briggs has been to what seldom-mentioned part of Twin Peaks?

    Bobby Briggs head hurts
    • Horse stables
    • Low Town
    • Steam Works
    • The Opera House
  • Question of

    In the first episode of s2, the Giant (Fireman) told Cooper “three things”—which of the following was not one of them?

    Giant tells Cooper 3 things
    • Without chemicals, he points
    • The owls are not what they seem
    • A man in a smiling bag
    • Leo locked inside a hungry horse
  • Question of

    When the Giant (Fireman) tells Cooper that he has forgotten something, he is most likely referring to?:

    The Giant, Twin Peaks
    • A note from Audrey
    • Call from Andy
    • A diary page he got from Harold
    • An invitation to have pie with the Log Lady
  • Question of

    As Ben and Jerry Horne debate which ledger to burn, which of these things does Jerry say is off-limits?

    Ben and Jerry Horne Twin Peaks
    • Hat he inherited from their mom
    • Smoked cheese pig
    • Bread he brought from France
    • Kind bud joint
  • Question of

    The sign on Carl Rodd’s door says to:

    Carl Rodd in his trailer
    • Pay rent by mail, not to him
    • Call in complaints to a specified number
    • Never bother him before 9:30am
    • Sort your trash and recycling
  • Question of

    Phil Bisby gives Dougie (Cooper) a coffee that was meant for Frank. What drink did Frank end up with?

    Phil Bisby brings coffee Twin Peaks
    • Green tea latte
    • No
    • Earl Grey, hot
    • Orange Mocha Frappuccino
  • Question of

    Cooper seems to understand the significance of “that gum you like is coming back in style” in which location?

    That Gum You Like art
    • The Roadhouse
    • The Double R
    • The Sheriff’s station
    • The Palmer house
  • Question of

    Before arriving in Twin Peaks, what did Cooper tell Diane that he had for lunch?

    Agent Cooper speaking into his recorder, entering Twin Peaks
    • BLT
    • Reuben
    • Grilled cheese
    • Tuna Fish sandwich
  • Question of

    Where did Dale tell Diane he stopped for lunch before he arrived in Twin Peaks?

    coffee and pie
    • Lamplighter Inn
    • Torchbearer Hotel
    • Hap’s Diner
    • Twede’s
  • Question of

    What did Dick Tremayne chastise Tim Pinkle for?

    Tim Pinkle and Dick Tremayne
    • Wearing outdated men’s fashion
    • Not appreciating wine correctly
    • Using a stuffed pine weasel
    • Running girls out of Horne’s department store
  • Question of

    What did Bill Hastings tell Tammy that he would like to do?

    Bill Hastings and Tammy Preston
    • Bungee-jump
    • Go scuba diving
    • Climb Mount Everest
    • Have children
  • Question of

    What brand of cigarette does Sarah Palmer smoke?

    Sarah Palmer smoking
    • Salem
    • Winston
    • Morley
    • American Spirit
  • Question of

    Which snack would you expect Chantal would most enjoy?

    Chantal and Hutch Twin Peaks
    • Cheetos
    • Fritos
    • Doritos
    • Potato chips

Written by 25YL

This article was written either by a Guest Author or by an assortment of 25YL staff


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  1. I’ve seen the first 2 season on DVD and VHS probably combined total around 250 times. No kidding. I was SO obsessed cause to me – until I got hooked on Lost in 2006 – there was NO show that remotely interested me. So between 1989 and then I saw it A LOT!! nothing like weekly, but more like monthly and at least every 3 months. Season 3 I watched VERY intently maybe 6 or 7 times, so I was never some questions would be about that season and if among the very tough ones I had little chance. So I was very lucky there! About 10-12 questions I either knew the answer without reading the choices or picked out the correct answer immediately on reading the choices. Big Plus!
    Handful of questions were tough but easily answered by process of elimination.
    The rest….omg….ranging from nearly impossible to utterly hopeless.
    I did do something I pondered whether it was a cheat and came to the conclusion “not really”. It was 2 questions re: music from the show. I loved EVERY song used the whole series, but apart from Julee Criuse (I own 2 of her CD’s and would have known instantly but had to HEAR 5 seconds of and no more! so I could then tell exactly what scene was referenced. So no…I don’t think it’s a cheat at all. One song I resorted to a favorite download site and searched for twin peaks [song title] which brought it up instantly. I listened to 5 seconds of it and again I got (I think….haven’t scored it yet!) it right.
    Overall a really challenging quiz for ANY TP fan, but to get all of them right? I think they could all fit in a phone booth and would survive ingesting Drano. Really enjoyed the challenge! Now on to scoring myself. Fingers crossed! My offhand guess would be MAYBE 20 at most. Sheesh! And before anyone snickers, yes, that is REALLY my name. Robert MacFarland Briggs III to anyone who cares.

  2. 23/25! I’ve clearly been watching too much Twin Peaks (and reading about it, and thinking abut it, and talking about it…). Great quiz.

    • It should just give you your result once you have answered the final question. I just took it again to make sure everything was in order and that’s what happened for me.

  3. A magical TV series centered on the misadventures of a group of eccentric protagonists residing in the fictional town of Twin Peaks, Washington. It began airing on ABC in 1990 and ended its initial run in 1991.

  4. Though its ratings declined through most of its second run, Twin Peaks still found a large audience and remained popular with critics and viewers between 1992 and 2017, when it was announced that Showtime had regained all exclusive rights to rebroadcast the series (including all episodes).

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