Twin Peaks: Season 2, Episode 16

Episode #2.16 (16 Feb. 1991)

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Cooper and Truman try to outline the moves left by Windom Earle by investigation more of his past. At the same time, Earle has Leo write a love poem and sends a piece to Audrey, Donna, and ... See full summary »

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Cooper and Truman try to outline the moves left by Windom Earle by investigation more of his past. At the same time, Earle has Leo write a love poem and sends a piece to Audrey, Donna, and Shelly. Meanwhile, Andrew Packard reveals that he's alive to both Josie and Thomas Eckhardt to try to bring them to kill each other as part of Catherine's evil plans. Audrey meets a potential new beau in the form of John Justice Wheeler, a business associate who comes to town to help the newly sane Ben Horne thwart Catherine's development plans for Ghostwood Estates by holding a campaign to save the endangered Pine Weasel which resides on the development grounds. Shelly comes back to work at the Double R Diner, while Agent Rosenfeld leaves town and persuades Cooper to arrest Josie before she plans to escape, while Truman arrests Hank for parole violation and attempting to kill Leo. But Hank reveals that he and Josie were the ones who conspired to murder Andrew Packard. Norma visits Hank before he's ... Written by Anonymous

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The line "I'd rather be his whore than your wife", spoken by Peggy Lipton as Norma Jennings in the episode, was also spoken verbatim by Kate Winslet in the film Titanic (1997). Coincidentally, Billy Zane and David Warner, who appeared in this episode, both also appeared in Titanic. See more »

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Hank Jennings: If you give me my alibi, I'll give you a divorce.
Norma Jennings: I didn't come here to negotiate with you. This is it, it's over.
Hank Jennings: Fine. Go ahead. I'll never grant you a divorce. You'll be Big Ed's whore for the rest of your life.
Norma Jennings: I'd rather be his whore than your wife.
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Great episode
27 August 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

After the show suffered a bit of a weak spot in episodes 10-15 of the 2nd season, it is definitely getting back on track. The mysteries in the show are again intriguing and suspenseful, the writing much more central and focused. This episode also shows the end of a great character, one who has made it through the show and whose personality traits and focus went from victim to murderer. Twin Peaks keeps proving that it knows how to create great drama, and even when it has it's weak spots (that hopefully already passed) it is still better than most Television shows out there. Keep them coming Twin Peaks! Keep showing me how great television is and how wonderful it can engage audiences!


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