FBI agent Dale Cooper remains trapped in the Black Lodge. The Fireman tells him to remember "430" and "Richard and Linda". Great Northern hotel owner Ben Horne introduces his brother Jerry to his secretary, Beverly. Deputy Chief Hawk gets a call from the Log Lady, who tells him evidence relating to Dale Cooper is missing. In a New York City warehouse, a young man, Sam, is employed to observe a glass box. When the security guard is absent, Sam and a young woman, Tracey, have sex. An androgynous entity, the Experiment, materializes in the box and murders them. In Buckhorn, South Dakota, Cooper's doppelgänger -- a sinister, long-haired man with black irises -- retrieves two associates, Ray and Darya. Police find the severed head of Buckhorn librarian Ruth Davenport placed on the headless corpse of a John Doe. Local principal Bill Hastings's fingerprints are found and he is arrested. Hastings denies guilt, but fumbles his alibi.
Did You Know?
Sam and Tracy's coffee cups are rather obviously empty, based on how they are held by Ben Rosenfield and Madeline Zima. This, along with several other instances in The Return of characters carrying and handling cups that are very clearly empty, earned Twin Peaks an "Empty Cup Award," a satirical award from the online magazine Slate which draws attention to this phenomenon in modern TV. See more
When Dr. Jacoby receives his delivery, the delivery driver Joe unpacks the first two spades and hand them to Jacoby, but when the camera shifts Jacoby has 3 spades in his hands. See more
Margaret Lanterman (The Log Lady)
My log has a message for you.
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