Twin Peaks: Season 2, Episode 13

Episode #2.13 (19 Jan. 1991)

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Agent Cooper and Sheriff Truman arrange a trap for Jean Renault.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Shelly Johnson (as Madchen Amick)
Pete Martell (credit only)


Following Major Briggs mysterious reappearance, Cooper and Truman are frustrated as they question him to learn his whereabouts during his absence. At the same time, Cooper assists Bryson and Truman with setting up Ernie Niles to arrest Jean Renault and Mountie King at the Dead Dog Farm house. But the sting goes bad due to Niles nervousness in which a standoff ensues. Cooper then trades himself for Bryson and Niles and his held at gunpoint. Meanwhile, Hank finally discovers the romantic relationship between Norma and Big Ed, in which he attempts to beat up Ed, but gets attacked and pulverized by the super-strong Nadine. At the Great Northern Hotel, Audrey sees Ben slipping further into insanity by reenacting the Civil War in his office and thinking that he's General Robert E. Lee. Audrey asks Bobby for help with her father's condition. Mike Nelson continues being persuaded by Nadine. Dick Tremayne persuades Andy to help him look up the past of Little Nicky. At the Marsh estate, James ... Written by Anonymous

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Shootout at Dead Dog Farm
1 June 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Like so many episodes this one follows multiple story lines; still suspended from the FBI Agent Cooper finds himself deputised into the Twin Peaks Sheriff Department as they plan to catch Jean Renault and his associates at Dead Dog Farm; things don't quite go according to plan but some quick thinking and cross-dressing saves the day! In other plot lines James is getting closer to Evelyn and asks his uncle, Big Ed, to send him some money; Ben Horne appears to have gone insane as he is dressed up as General Lee; Nadine rescues Ed when Hank attacks him and Shelley Johnson has quite a shock in a way that I won't spoil.

This is another enjoyable episode where it is impossible to pick out any one stand out performance as everybody was pretty good and no one character dominated the episode. The most interesting of the week's plot lines involved the events at Dead Dog Farm which brought that particular story line to an exciting and satisfying conclusion. With that storyline concluded the Windom Earle plot is getting interesting in a way that gave the episode a fairly shocking conclusion... in fact it ended with a double shock; I was surprised the last scene with Shelley wasn't the conclusion but the last scene in the Sheriff's office managed to trump it!

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