Twin Peaks (2017)
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Cooper and Janey-E are in for a violent surprise at the Lucky 7 office. Meanwhile, Gordon and Albert try enlisting Diane to figure out the mystery of the man they believe to be Cooper in jail.


David Lynch

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kyle MacLachlan ... Dale Cooper
Jane Adams ... Constance Talbot
Stephanie Allynne ... Soccer Mom
Mädchen Amick ... Shelly Briggs
Chrysta Bell ... FBI Agent Tammy Preston
Richard Beymer ... Benjamin Horne
Brent Briscoe ... Detective Dave Macklay
Larry Clarke ... Detective T. Fusco
Laura Dern ... Diane Evans
Hugh Dillon ... Tom Paige
Ted Dowling Ted Dowling ... Farmer (as Edward 'Ted' Dowling)
Judith Drake ... Nurse
Eric Edelstein ... Detective 'Smiley' Fusco
Miguel Ferrer ... FBI Agent Albert Rosenfield
Rebecca Field ... Another Mom


Cooper and Janey-E are in for a violent surprise at the Lucky 7 office. Meanwhile, Gordon and Albert try enlisting Diane to figure out the mystery of the man they believe to be Cooper in jail.

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Release Date:

18 June 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

North Bend, Washington, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo | Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


The little girl with the witness of Dougie's attack plays Amabella (Ivy George), the daughter of Renata (Laura Dern) in Big Little Lies. Both actresses appear in this episode. See more »


At the scene of the gun incident, forensics are seen to remove a bloody bandage stuck to the gun. However, when the attacker's hand was removed from the gun by Cooper, no bandage is seen on the gun. See more »


Diane Evans: What did you say your name was again?
FBI Agent Tammy Preston: Tammy.
Diane Evans: Fuck you Tammy.
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Crazy Credits

The end credits roll while people eating at the Double R Diner are shown, instead of rolling during a musical performance. See more »


Features Twin Peaks (1990) See more »


Green Onions
Written by Al Jackson Jr., Steve Cropper, Booker T. Jones, Lewie Steinberg
Performed by Booker T. & the M.G.s
Published by Irving Music (BMI) and Atlas Music Publishing (BMI)
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp. (BMI)
By arrangement with Warner Music Group
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Plot lines finally get moving in 57 minutes of pure enjoyment

I really loved this episode. I felt like it really got things moving in a way they just haven't been since Part 4. The Return was not made as a TV show, it was written and edited as an 18-hour movie, and a David Lynch movie at that. By consequence, the way it splits up into episodes does not in any way coincide with any peaks or rhythms in the story. You just get an hour a week. That means that sometimes it's good, sometimes it's great, and sometimes it's an hour of pure atmosphere with little progression whatsoever. It certainly doesn't help that we got the first four hours all at once. I say all this because these are the pitfalls that some of the previous episodes have fallen into and that this one most certainly does not fall into. This Part was 57 minutes of pure enjoyment for me. It was full of brilliant moments and managed to spend time with a whole lot of story lines while also focusing on a couple and giving them the screen time they needed to really get rolling. I feel like almost as much progress was made in this one episode as there was in the first four parts combined.

While the episode visits a lot of story lines, there are two that receive multiple scenes and make major progression in this one; the Diane/Albert/Doppelcoop story and Hawk's investigation in Twin Peaks. Seeing as they've been nudged along at a snail's pace of a scene a week or every other week up till now, it was incredibly satisfying to see them not only get screen time, but a lot of major development. I was particularly glad that we weren't left on the massive cliffhanger with Diane from last week. Not only did we see here again, but we got deep into developing her character. I have to admit that I wasn't sure about the idea of introducing her into the show as a character, but now that we've gotten to know her and a bit about why she is the way she is, I totally buy it. I loved her scene with Doppelcoop because they never outright state what happened, they only strongly imply it. I think the bluntness of her or Coop or Albert saying it would rob the scene of its power. As it is, it is perfectly shocking and haunting.

All in all I don't have much to say about this one, other than that I really enjoyed it. I'm glad we got to see more of Ben Horne. The Doc Hayward scene was fun but sad due to the circumstances. And finally, thanks to this episode and the last one, Janey-E is rapidly becoming one of my favourite characters in the Return. I hope she doesn't die a horrible death.

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