‘Twin Peaks’ First Look: Agent Cooper Gets the Bobble Head Treatment

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Kyle MacLachlan as Dale Cooper in Showtime’s “Twin Peaks.” (Photo: Suzanne Tenner/Showtime)
Kyle MacLachlan as Dale Cooper in Showtime’s “Twin Peaks.” (Photo: Suzanne Tenner/Showtime)

Has Twin Peaks: The Return been boggling — and bobbling — your mind? Then you’re going to want to be one of the first to get your hands on the newest Twin Peaks collectible: a limited-edition Agent Dale Cooper Bobble Head from Entertainment Earth. Debuting at the San Diego Comic-Con, which runs from July 20-23, this 7-inch resin figure captures Kyle MacLachlan’s coffee and cherry pie loving FBI agent in all his youthful glory from the show’s original run.

<i>Twin Peaks’</i>Agent Dale Cooper Bobble Head doll. (Courtesy: Entertainment Earth)
Twin Peaks’Agent Dale Cooper Bobble Head doll. (Courtesy: Entertainment Earth)

Entertainment Earth is only producing 1,500 of these Agent Cooper figures — each marked with a holographic sticker — that will go on sale at the company’s SDCC booth. And because this is classic Good Coop, rather than the long-haired Bad Coop or green-suited Dougie Jones, he’s holding his standard-issue coffee cup and microcassette recorder that he uses to tape one-way conversations with his secretary Diane Evans — who, as we know now thanks to The Return, was MacLachlan’s Blue Velvet co-star, Laura Dern, all along. That means we’re getting a Diane bobble head next, right? Twin Peaks fans need a matching set.

<i>Twin Peaks’</i>Agent Dale Cooper Bobble Head. (Courtesy: Entertainment Earth)
Twin Peaks’Agent Dale Cooper Bobble Head. (Courtesy: Entertainment Earth)

Twin Peaks: The Return airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on Showtime. Visit Entertainment Earth for more information about the Twin Peaks Agent Cooper Bobble Head.  

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