Twin Peaks (1990–1991)
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Episode #2.13 

Major Briggs reappears with a strange symbol on his neck and a shocking story to tell. Unhinged, Ben Horne re-enacts the Civil War. Hank faces Ed. Leo makes a move. Denise, Agent Cooper and Sheriff Truman arrange a trap for Jean Renault.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Special Agent Dale Cooper
Sheriff Harry S. Truman
Shelly Johnson (as Madchen Amick)
Bobby Briggs
Benjamin Horne
Donna Hayward
Audrey Horne
Dr. Will Hayward
Norma Jennings
James Hurley
Big Ed Hurley
Pete Martell (credit only)
Lucy Moran
Jocelyn Packard
Catherine Martell


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 is 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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Release Date:

19 January 1991 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Craig MacLachlan (The Dead Man) is Kyle MacLachlan (Agent Cooper)'s brother. See more »


A member of the crew in a blue shirt, holding a microphone in direction of Cooper is visible on the left side of the screen during the last but one scene, where Cooper enters the Sheriff's office. See more »


Twin Peaks Theme (Instrumental)
Written by Angelo Badalamenti
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The Last Renault
16 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

Garland comes back from his ordeal with the aliens (I guess). He intimates that things are not good. Eventually, he is interrogated by the Twin Peaks police, and, unfortunately, taken away by the Feds before he can tell his story. Evidence points to where the last of the Renaults is doing his drug deals and the gang which ends up in a hostage situation. Big Ed has a fling with his true love which leads to hilarious consequences. This is a fun episode with a parade of quirkiness. It serves the series well, but what is going on with Garland? Also, Ben is going nutty with a miniature Civil War battlefield of the Battle of Gettysburg where the South is going to win. He has a surprise visitor toward the end of the episode. And then something else startling.

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