Cooper, Truman, and Cole take the one-armed man to the Great Northern Hotel which is hosting a USO stop-over in their search for Bob where 'Mike' shrieks and panics when Ben Horne approaches. Hawk searches Harold Smith's house for Laura Palmer's secret diary only to find Harold dead from a suicide, and his house and Laura's diary torn apart by him. Meanwhile, Maddy says goodbye to James as she prepares to leave Twin Peaks. Shelley tells Norma that she's quitting working at the Double R Diner to care for Leo, while Bobby and Mike find a mini-cassette recording in Leo's boots that reveal Ben giving Leo instructions to burn down the sawmill. Audrey tells her father that she knows about Laura's employment at One-Eyed Jacks, and she tells Cooper about Ben's involvement in which Cooper and Truman arrest Ben as a suspect in Laura's murder. Also, Mr. Tojamura plans to buy the Ghostwood Estates and when he learns of Ben's arrest, Mr. Tojamura goes to the Blue Pines B&B and surprises Pete ... Written by
Did You Know?
Maddy Ferguson's murder sequence in the Palmer living room was shot three different ways, once with Killer Bob (Frank Silva), once with Leland (Ray Wise), and once with Ben Horne (Richard Beymer). As David Lynch explains in a 1997 interview with Chris Rodley, this was done to "keep the answer from getting out to the public; it would have leaked out in two seconds. Richard Beymer was really a great sport, because he knew it wasn't him." See more
Agent Cooper reads Harold Smith's suicide
note: "J'ai une âme solitaire", translating as: "I am a lonely soul", while it actually means: "I have a lonely soul". See more
SOMEBODY HELP ME!
The credits play over a still image of Agent Cooper with "The World Spins", instead of the usual still image of Laura Palmer and end credit music. See more
References The King and I
What a Wonderful World
Performed by Louis Armstrong See more