According to a recent update at Dugpa.com, Paramount currently owns the rights to the pilot episode of the TV series "Twin Peaks." Artisan has recently released a beautiful special edition DVD set of the first season of this series, but it is missing the pilot episode which was directed by David Lynch. It would be fantastic to be able to watch the pilot episode as it originally aired in a transfer that is of similar exceptional quality as the episodes in the Artisan set. An interesting supplement might be the "European" ending that has appeared on previous video releases of this pilot in the US. If Paramount does own these rights as reported, is there any possibility of seeing a DVD release in the future? A release of this film, which has been described as some of Lynch's best work, would certainly complement your stellar recent release of Lynch's The Elephant Man. New Line Home Video is planning on releasing the theatrical movie Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me on DVD in February, and hopefully Artisan will release the second season of "Twin Peaks" in the near future. There is certainly a devoted following for Twin Peaks-related releases. Thanks for any response.