The people of Twin Peaks gather for Laura Palmer's funeral. Agent Cooper interprets his dream about the killer. Truman reveals to Cooper the secret of the Bookhouse Boys.

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The people of Twin Peaks gather for Laura Palmer's funeral. Agent Cooper interprets his dream about the killer. Truman reveals to Cooper the secret of the Bookhouse Boys.

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When we see Audrey Horne prior to Laura's funeral, her hair is parted on the left side. At the funeral, her hair is parted on the right side. See more »

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Dale Cooper: Did you know Laura Palmer?
Leo Johnson: [after a short pause] No.
Dale Cooper: Really? How well did you know her?
Leo Johnson: I said I didn't!
Dale Cooper: You're lying.
Leo Johnson: [sighs] I knew who she was. Everybody did, all right?
Dale Cooper: Do you have a criminal record?
Leo Johnson: Nothing. You can look it up.
Dale Cooper: I have. Illegal U-turn... April 1986. Drunk and disorderly... November 1987. September 1988, aggravated assult. Charges dropped.
Leo Johnson: So? I paid my debt to society.
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A disastrous funeral
2 May 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The day after his mysterious dream Agent Cooper recounts it to the local police until they are interrupted because a fight has broken out at the morgue; FBI forensic scientist Albert Rosenfield is refusing to release Laura's body for burial until he has completed his examination; he believes the local coroner is incompetent and has no problems saying so. Cooper manages to defuse the situation gaining Rosenfield some more time without delaying the funeral. It might have been better had it been delayed as things got rather emotional when Bobby Briggs steps forward to call everybody hypocrites then threatens to kill James Hurley... that is only the start of it; Leland Palmer, Laura's father, throws himself on top of the coffin which proceeds to go up and down as the mechanism for lowering it into the grave malfunctions. Later on Cooper is told of a second, unofficial law enforcement agency in Twin Peaks; The Bookhouse Boys; they work to combat the evil that resides in the woods around the town.

This episode was not weird in the way the previous one was but it was certainly strange in a more normal way... if that makes sense. Laura's funeral and Leland's behaviour both during and after the service was bizarre; perhaps it was just the grief of a father who had lost his daughter; perhaps it was something else; only time will tell. We didn't really learn anything more about Laura's killer although I'm sure the clues Rosenfield uncovered will be relevant later. We do though learn more about the inhabitants of the town; such as the fact that Norma Jenning's husband is about to be released from prison and that Catherine Martell has been keeping a second account book for the sawmill; whether or not these facts are relevant remains to be seen but it all adds to the feeling that there is a lot wrong in the town of Twin Peaks.


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