Twin Peaks: Season 1, Episode 3

Episode #1.3 (19 Apr. 1990)

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Special Agent Cooper has an insightful dream. The Horne brothers take a trip to One Eyed Jacks. And Donna Hayward and James Hurley find they are in love.

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Special Agent Cooper has an insightful dream. The Horne brothers take a trip to One Eyed Jacks. And Donna Hayward and James Hurley find they are in love.

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The opening shot of the Horne family silently eating dinner lasts for a full 60 seconds. See more »

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In the rock-throwing scene, the letters "R" and "T" go from uncircled to circled between shots. See more »

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Leland Palmer: We have to dance for Laura!
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Instead of the show's usual closing credits still shot of a photograph of Laura Palmer, the closing credits of this episode features footage of the Man from Another Place dancing. See more »

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Pennsylvania 6-5000
by Jerry Gray and Carl Sigman
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It's getting weirder & better.
17 June 2010 | by (Norway) – See all my reviews

I started watching this show because I had heard it was a form of paranormal or supernatural based, or something, but at least I knew it had to be good since it is a David Lynch show. The pilot missed any oddities, but it was good so I continued watching. This episode is where it get's weird. If any of you have seen the Simpsons episode "who shot Mr. Burns, part 2" you're gonna have fun with this one. This episode has the infamous dream sequence, it is weird, it is confusing, but I loved it. This is Lynch at his weirdest and best. I can't help it, I love dream logic, and it is very hard to make on film/TV, but this time they really got it right.

And not to forget the rest of the show, it's getting more intricate, butt hat just makes you wan't to watch the next episode even more.

It's finally getting there, I give this episode a 10/10.


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