David Lynch wants a grass-roots movement to save "Twin Peaks." The co-creator of the offbeat series hopes all "Twin Peaks" fans will contact ABC and urge that the show be brought back from hiatus and aired on a night other than Saturday. "Our gung-ho viewers just could not stay home on Saturday night," Lynch said. "We need a huge write-in campaign so ABC will feel massive pressure to give us a good night - a week night." Lynch says the show's ratings have been hurt by a Christmas hiatus, interest in the Persian Gulf war and a letdown after Laura Palmer's murder was solved. "We were fishing a little bit after Laura," he says. "But I think we're doing OK now. The shows are still very, very entertaining because they're about characters that people want to see."