You can wish and wish all you want - but it doesn't sound like there's anyway to get Kyle MacLachlan back in a trenchcoat with a dictaphone glued to his gob. At least, not until the only job on his to-do list is an ad for Cherry Pie.
Rumours of a series of new "Twin Peaks" telemovies, featuring the character of Agent Dale Cooper, have been debunked by creator David Lynch.
Lynch, who hasn't worked with McLachlan for a few years now, told readers on his official site that there's no plans for a Cooper comeback.
"The Rumors are not true", said the unique lizard of lens.
Lynch initially planned on doing more than one "Twin Peaks" spin-off film, but when "Fire Walk With Me" bit the big one at the box office - and, was trimmed to shreds by the studio - he changed his mind.
A couple of years back a UK production company called Phoenixmedia contacted MovieHole to let them know that they were trying to get a new "Twin Peaks" movie off the ground. Called "With a Thousand Angels", it.
The company had hoped to get Lynch's approval. We assume, they never did.
"Many people have been asking about the involvement of David Lynch, as far as we are concerned there will be no movie if David Lynch is not on board", the company said at the time.
All is not lost though. If you're based in the country where a 'Meat Pie' is one of the main food groups, you can see Cooper in the DVD debut of "Twin Peaks : Fire Walk With Me", which arrives on shelves in a couple of weeks.
The Region 4 edition - the MK2 one, for those who know what I'm yabbering about - includes a couple of vintage extras including interviews with some of the cast, a trailer and two-hundred and fifty deleted sce...OK, got ya there. Again, that was me hoping. You've simply got the interviews and a couple of other smallish things. Those who actually purchase the DVD - not just snag a review copy from the distributor - will also get a bonus 40-page collectors booklet on the film.