Twin Peaks: Season 1, Episode 2

Episode #1.2 (12 Apr. 1990)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Drama, Mystery, Thriller
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Cooper makes a connection with Audrey Horne and interrogates James. Ed reveals his beer had probably been drugged at the Roadhouse. Mrs. Palmer has a terrible vision.

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Agent Dale Cooper finds "a damn fine cup of coffee" at the Great Northern Hotel's restaurant where Audrey Horne introduces herself to him. Cooper and Sheriff Harry Truman speak to Dr. Hayward about Laura's autopsy. Shelly finds blood on one of Leo's shirts. Cooper and Truman release James into the custody of his uncle, Big Ed. They release Mike and Bobby, too. Ed reveals that his beer had probably been drugged. Nadine tells Norma about her new drapes. Pete accidentally serves Cooper and Truman coffee brewed with a fish. They ask Mrs. Packard about Laura. Mrs. Palmer sees a terrible vision. Benjamin Horne berates Audrey. Major Briggs slaps Bobby. Agent Cooper meets the Log Lady. Dr. Jacoby listens to a cassette tape. Written by J. Spurlin

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In the scene where James Hurley is released from jail, watch carefully for the secret sign exchanged between Big Ed Hurley and Deputy Hawk. Its significance will be explained in later episodes. See more »

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In the wide shot of the deputy walking down the hospital corridor, the door to the blue-lit room is already fully open. In the close-up shot that follows, the door can be seen opening again. See more »

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Dale Cooper: Diane, 6:18 AM, room 315, Great Northern Hotel here in Twin Peaks.
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Don't drink that coffee !
12 July 2012 | by (Turkey) – See all my reviews

Second episode is over, and we are seeing more depth of the characters. I'm beginning to love Agent Cooper. He's like Sherlock Holmes of 90's era. And there is a funny quote by Sheriff Truman saying that he should start reading about medicine because he feels like Doctor Watson around Agent Cooper.

In this episode Cooper and Truman investigates more about Laura Palmer's death and they don't come up with anything. All they do is to release James, Bobby and his friend. Then, we see more about other character's life. Their secrets, personal lives, their relations with each other.

There are funny moments again in this episode: the scene where Cooper learns about Truman and Ms. Packard, and their facial expression when they learn they drank coffee with a fish in it!

The thing I love about this show is that, there is a interesting person everywhere. Twin Peaks is a really interesting and mysterious town. Every character have some mysterious side. Last episode I'm thinking that Doc. Jacoby is a crazy freak, but after this episode, I think he maybe the perpetrator.

One last part about Audrey Horne, her acting is excellent and she is real hot!

My vote is 9/10


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