The Autobiography of FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper: My Life, My Tapes
February 12, 2017 9:27 PM - by Scott Frost - Subscribe

A transcript of audio recordings by Dale Cooper from 1967 to 1989. Written by Scott Frost, son of Twin Peaks co-creator Mark Frost. Non-canon but inspired by canon.

Long out of print, this tie-in novel is currently available here.
posted by infinitewindow (2 comments total)
 
This was oft-quoted at my college, Haverford, because of the reveal that Dale Cooper went there (we used to joke that our most famous alumni were Dale Cooper, Chevy Chase - who went but got kicked out after a semester - and Tom Haverford).

Best part is that whoever wrote the college section clearly either went to Haverford or was friends with someone who did; they really nail the feel of the school and the sometimes odd relationship with the women's college next door.
posted by Itaxpica at 6:46 AM on February 13 [1 favorite]


Here's the entry from Coop's childhood that stayed with me for 25+ years.

January 20, 4 P.M.

Have completed my after-school study of asparagus and its effect on pee. The results are as follows:

Broccoli - no smell.
Potatoes - no smell, except for the ones made at Duva's Café that they put the chili on.
Meat - no smell.
Fish - some smell, if they were in the shape of sticks.
Chicken - no smell.
Conclusion: There is a something in asparagus when cooked by my mother that is like no other food.

posted by roger ackroyd at 5:11 PM on March 30


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