Sheriff Truman defends Agent Cooper's activities at One Eyed Jack's when they come under scrutiny.

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Following the mysterious disappearance of Major Briggs, Cooper and Truman investigate his research with the Air Force which involved in classified dealings with paranormal events which includes an unofficial search for a place called the White Lodge and the Black Lodge. Cooper refuses to offer a defense to Agent Hardy and instead confuses the IA agent with more mystical talk. Later, a transvestite DEA agent, named Dennis (Denise) Bryson, arrives to investigate the drug charges against Cooper. All of Twin Peaks gathers for the wedding of Doug Milford to a young gold digger, named Lana Budding. On the road, James stops in a small town several miles from Twin Peaks where a young wealthy heiress, named Evelyn Marsh, picks him up and offers him a job to fix her husband's car. Back in Twin Peaks, Nadine tries to win Mike Nelson's affections with her super-human strength which instead nets the eyes of the school's wrestling coach. Ben Horne is further distraught after learning from Hank that... Written by Anonymous

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When Nicky blows the whipped cream onto Dick's face, Dick immediately wipes it off with his napkin. Nicky then spins Andy's barstool causing him to fly off onto the floor. The shot immediately cuts to a close-up of Dick laughing and the whipped cream is once again present on his left cheek. See more »

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When Nicky blows the whipped cream onto Dick's face, Dick immediately wipes it off with his napkin. Nicky then spins Andy's barstool causing him to fly off onto the floor. The shot immediately cuts to a close-up of Dick laughing and the whipped cream is once again present on his left cheek. See more »

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FBI Agent Roger Hardy: Agent Cooper, it's showtime. You've heard the charges. What do you wish to present as your defense?
Special Agent Dale Cooper: I have no defense. I am completely confident that in the rightness of my actions. Some of it occurred outside of Bureau guidelines, and I will pay the price for that. But I am innocent of any criminal wrongdoing. If they wish to charge me, I will defend myself in a court of law.
FBI Agent Roger Hardy: Dale. There's a right way and a wrong way to do this. And the first thing we expect is for a Bureau man to stand up for...
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Attack of the Subplots
11 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

I've heard that by the middle of the second season of "Twin Peaks", it becomes fairly worse. After watching this episode, I suppose this is true.

While it wasn't really bad, there's a lot of new subplots and characters introduced in this episode that I simply do not care about. While I really enjoyed the wedding scene near the end and watching Benjiman Horne's life become increasingly worse is entertaining, as well as the scenes in which Dale Cooper needs to defend himself, which are pretty great, there's also other subplots added on that aren't very good or interesting like that woman in the red dress whose literally just saying pretentious stuff to James. Where's that going?

Overall, there's some funny and entertaining elements to this episode, as well as a lot of pointless and bad subplots. Hopefully, the last couple of episodes make the show become as great as it was before.


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