Twin Peaks (1990–1991)
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Agent Cooper receives unwanted help and unwelcome news, and Audrey gets into deeper trouble.

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Still investigating Cooper's shooting, Albert Rosenfield tells Cooper that his former partner and mentor, Windom Earle, has escaped from an insane asylum and may come after him. Meanwhile, Donna meets the mysterious Mrs. Tremond and her weird grandson on Laura meals-on-wheels route who direct Donna to the home of Harold Smith who was a special friend of Laura's. Ronnette Pulaski awakens from her coma, but is not responsive. With Catherine missing and presumed dead, Ben and Jerry Horne debate destroying the sawmill ledgers, while Leland apparently ruins the business deal with the Icelandic businessmen by letting the slip about the sawmill fire. Andy angrily tells Lucy that he's sterile and wants an explanation why she's pregnant. Bobby persuades Shelly not to press domestic abuse charges at the brain-damaged Leo so they can take care of him and live off the insurance money. At One-Eyed Jacks, Audrey blows her cover when she interrogates Emmory Battis and learns how Laura came to work ... Written by Anonymous

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6 October 1990 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Austin Jack Lynch: The little boy who is practicing "magic" is played by David Lynch's son and is made up to look like a small version of the director. See more »

Quotes

Albert Rosenfield: I've performed the autopsy on Jacques Renault. Stomach contents revealed... let's see, beer cans, a Maryland licence plate, half a bicycle tire, a goat, and a small wooden puppet. Goes by the name of Pinocchio.
Dale Cooper: You're making a joke!
Albert Rosenfield: I like to think of myself as one of the happy generation.
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References Jaws (1975) See more »

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Twin Peaks Theme (Instrumental)
Written by Angelo Badalamenti
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Probably the creepiest episode overall.
21 March 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Twin Peaks is most famous for its creepy, surreal moments (the dwarf, the giant, etc). While this episode may not boast the most famous of these scenes, it has perhaps the highest concentration of them (except for the finale, obviously). From creamed corn to Bob crawling over a couch, it is obvious that this one was directed by Lynch.

Not only does this episode have a lot of creepy scenes, but it also has my personal favourite; Major Briggs delivering the message to Cooper. It blows my mind and chills my spine every time I watch it. The scene is important because it is the first confirmation that the strange happenings in previous episodes were not just random dreams and visions, but tied to something real and supernatural. It also serves as important character development for Major Briggs.

Overall, this may be one of my favourite episodes. It has my favourite scene from the series as well as the iconic creamed corn scene and a general atmosphere of creepiness sustained throughout.


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