Local artists and a spa with a tie to the show are offering "Twin Peaks"-inspired items ahead of the new episodes.

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Does the May 21 return of “Twin Peaks” have you jumpier than a damn fine cup of coffee?

Then pick up some fan gear to get fully absorbed into the dark, weird spirit of the Washington-based cult classic. Here are some finds as tasty as a slice of cherry pie.

Sleepy Mountain David Lynch Pin, $10; Kikkerland Log Head Rest, $22
Sleepy Mountain David Lynch Pin, $10; Kikkerland Log Head Rest, $22

Funko Twin Peaks Pop! Television Figurines ($10 each at store.sho.com). Everett-based company Funko has re-created the show’s cast in big-head form, including everyone from Agent Dale Cooper to Laura Palmer wrapped in plastic.

Sleepy Mountain David Lynch Enamel Pin ($10 at etsy.com/shop/SleepyMountain). Celebrate the show’s director and auteur with this Seattle-made pin.

Cairo Twin Peaks Sweatshirt ($52 at prismseattle.com). Seattle illustrator and artist Toby Liebowitz created this cast drawing for Ballard boutique Prism.

Perks of Aurora Twin Peaks Inspired Coffee Mug ($16 at etsy.com/shop/perksofaurora). An original design by Seattleite Chelsea Hamasaki, this mug will get you ready to deal with any oddball character you may meet during the day.

Kikkerland Log Head Rest ($22 at kikkerland.com). This pillow may not have something to tell you, but it’s a fun — and comfy — item to have on hand for your viewing parties. The log lady would approve.

The Salish Lodge Spa’s Cherry & Damn Fine Coffee Scrub, $125–$145, was inspired by the “Twin Peaks” reboot.
The Salish Lodge Spa’s Cherry & Damn Fine Coffee Scrub, $125–$145, was inspired by the “Twin Peaks” reboot.

Salish Lodge Spa Cherry & Damn Fine Coffee Scrub ($125–$145 at Salish Lodge, Snoqualmie). Get your skin prepped for spring with this “Twin Peaks”-inspired treatment. Salish Lodge was the exterior for the series’ Great Northern Hotel, so you begin to feel part of the show as soon as you arrive.

Start your treatment by relaxing in the decadent spa’s heated soaking tubs. Then get scrubbed down with a coffee-infused exfoliation and slathered with cherry-scented body butter.

Have the cherry pie at The Attic restaurant on site, and check out the lodge’s gift shop, The Country Store, on your way out for lots of fun show-inspired merch, including the Kikkerland Log and the lodge’s own cherry pie filling.