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Happy Birthday, Kyle MacLachlan!

I love, love, love Kyle MacLachlan!  Even before he was the hottie doctor with an, um, equipment problem in ‘Sex and the City’, even before he was Orson Hodge in ‘Desperate Housewives’, I loved him in the supremely weird ‘Twin Peaks’!

Kyle played Agent Dale Cooper who comes to town to figure out who killed the town’s perfect girl-next-door, Laura Palmer.  It was strange and twisted, and before it was all over, one of the oddest head-trip tv series ever made.  But it had Kyle MacLachlan in it, so I watched every minute!

In this scene, Agent Cooper waxes rhapsodic about coffee, eggs, and at the last moment, freshly squeezed grapefruits – at least, that’s what he started out thinking about!

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