Madeleine 'Maddy' Ferguson
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Madeleine 'Maddy' Ferguson (Character)
from "Twin Peaks" (1990)

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"Twin Peaks: Episode #2.1" (1990)
Maddy: Aunt Sarah?
Sarah Palmer: Yeah?
Maddy: I had the strangest dream last night.
Sarah Palmer: [anxious] About what?
Maddy: [staring at the rug] The rug. Right here! Right from this angle I'm sitting!
Sarah Palmer: Was Laura in it?
[Leland interrupts them]

Maddy: Donna, do you see these glasses that I'm wearing?
Donna: Yeah.
Maddy: [rips up her glasses] I hate them! I'm never wearing these again.

Maddy Ferguson: Uncle Leland's hair... turned white.
Donna Hayward: Really?
Maddy Ferguson: [nods head] White as a sheet.
Donna Hayward: Weird.

Donna Hayward: Look, we don't know if we *did* anything. My dad said Jacoby got sick because he was attacked. All we did was send him a tape.
Maddie Ferguson: Maybe he wouldn't have been attacked if we hadn't.
Donna Hayward: Maybe. Maybe the sun won't come up if you wash your hair. Think like that and you're gonna go crazy. What's done is done.


"Twin Peaks: Episode #2.3" (1990)
Maddy Ferguson: All I did was to come to a funeral. And it's like I fell into a dream. It's like people think I'm Laura. And I'm not!


"Twin Peaks: Episode #2.7" (1990)
Madeleine Ferguson: [last words] SOMEBODY HELP ME!


"Twin Peaks: Episode #2.6" (1990)
James Hurley: I think I owe you an apology.
Madeleine Ferguson: Not really.
James Hurley: Well, when we were together, you know, just talking, I felt something. I just wasn't sure.
Madeleine Ferguson: You looked at me and you saw Laura.
James Hurley: I guess I did.
Madeleine Ferguson: Wanna know something kind of strange?
James Hurley: What?
Madeleine Ferguson: I liked it.
James Hurley: You did?
Madeleine Ferguson: When we were growing up, Laura and I were so close. It was scary. I could feel her thoughts, like our brains were connected or something. And when she died suddenly, I got the chance to be Laura. At least other people saw me that way. Like the way that you looked at me. I liked that too.
James Hurley: But it was wrong.
Madeleine Ferguson: It wasn't one thing or the other. For a while I got to be somebody different. But now I'm just me again.