Three days after Leland's death following his confession to having killed Laura Palmer while under the control of the evil spirit Bob, Sarah tries to adjust herself to this turn of events with Cooper's consultation. As Cooper prepares to leave Twin Peaks with the Laura Palmer case closed, a new twist comes when Roger Hardy, an agent with FBI Internal Affairs, and a Canadian Mountie, named Preston King, show up where Cooper gets suspended by the FBI for his unauthorized actions in Canada, and Mountie King reveals that Cooper's rescue of Audrey Horne from One-Eyed Jacks ruined a sting operation the RCMP set up to arrest Jean Renault in which the drugs used were found in Cooper's car. Meanwhile, Norma's mother, Vivian, leaves town after revealing that she's the M.T. Wentz that everyone talks about and the one responsible for the bad review of the Double R Diner. Hank also takes Ernie Niles to One-Eyed Jacks where they meet with Jean Renault who wants them to traffic some cocaine for him....
Did You Know?
The National Recovery Administration (NRA) Blue Eagle logo is very prominently displayed in the centre of a bulletin board otherwise full of wanted posters in the Twin Peaks Sheriff's building. This administration was setup by FDR to foster cooperation between the government, industry and citizens during the Great Depression. It was discontinued in 1935. The logo frequently appears at the end of films of the Era along with the NRA slogan "We do our part." See more
While on a camping trip, Agent Cooper and Major Briggs are roasting marshmallows. Major Briggs' marshmallow catches fire. Just a few seconds later, Major Briggs is shown to have a new, untouched marshmallow on his stick. See more
Is there anything I can do for you?
How about taking me out for some ice cream?
Cup or cone?
Cone. I like to lick.
Twin Peaks Theme (Instrumental)
Written by Angelo Badalamenti See more