As you may have heard, David Lynch and Mark Frost will make more Twin Peaks next year. The nine episodes will air in 2016 and take place 25 years after the original show was yanked from ABC’s schedule, a fact that has fans speculating in overdrive. The town must look quite different by now, along with its central-seeming pie-and-coffee culture — we’re now in a post-ironic, post-Portlandia era of baroque doughnut hybrids, single-origin espresso blends, and heirloom cherries, after all, and the vast majority only recognize “Twin Peaks” as the name of America’s fastest-growing Hooters-esque restaurant chain. How will this translate to the show? It’s unclear, but Times critic Pete Wells certainly seems pretty excited, along with a bunch of others who’ve adjusted the show’s frame of reference to 2014.