The one that meant the most to me was David Chase saying that The Sopranos had been influenced by the show. He felt it had given him the freedom to go places narratively that he hadn't really considered before (a dream sequence, say) and the notion that he could have a sprawling cast and still be able to service them all. His was the last show I watched with enduring interest. I don't watch network television any more.
As troubled a production as "Twin Peaks" was by the end of its run, it's great to hear that these two are fans of each others work. They're both shows that have meant a lot to me and are undeniably special.