Screenshot of Kimmy Robertson as Lucy Moran, from David Lynch’s Twin Peaks.
© Lynch/Frost & Twin Peaks Productions.
Lucy, Twin Peaks Sheriff’s Department desk clerck and phone operator
When you phone the Twin Peaks Sheriff’s Department, your call is answered by Lucy Moran, the high-voiced blonde receptionist. You’ll find her to be very sensitive and showing excellent communication skills.
Lucy Moran was voted “Employee of the Year” in 1988 although she occasionaly loses an important case file. She also has the bad habitude to listen in on Sheriff Truman’s incoming phone calls.
Lucy Moran – Quotes
“Sheriff, I’m going to transfer it to the phone on the table by the red chair. The red chair against the wall. The little table with lamp on it. The lamp we moved from the corner? The black phone, not the brown phone.”
“Andy, are you okay sweety? Andy… sweety.”
“Jared decided not to kill himself, and he’s changed his will leaving the Towers to Jade instead of Emerald, but Emerald found out about it, and now she’s trying to seduce Chet to give her the new will so that she can destroy it.”
“Would you care to leave a message?”
“Officer Andy, this is peak activity time at the station switch board. So it’s really not convenient for me to talk right now.”
“Birdy, birdy birdy… Want some orange? Come’on, let’s share.”
“Sheriff, Leo Johnson called. He left this message. And sheriff, in the background when I spoke to them, I could hear a clock striking… It sounded like the clock at Easter Park.”
“I work for the Sheriff, you could’ve dialed 911.”