Twin Peaks (2017)
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Cooper arrives in Twin Peaks.

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David Lynch
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kyle MacLachlan ... Dale Cooper
Jay Aaseng Jay Aaseng ... Drunk
Dana Ashbrook ... Deputy Bobby Briggs
Phoebe Augustine ... Ronette Pulaski (archive footage)
Chrysta Bell ... FBI Agent Tammy Preston
Jim Belushi ... Bradley Mitchum (as James Belushi)
Richard Beymer ... Ben Horne
Joan Chen ... Josie Packard (archive footage)
Giselle DaMier ... Sandie
Eric DaRe ... Leo Johnson (archive footage)
Don S. Davis ... Major Garland Briggs (archive footage)
Laura Dern ... Diane Evans
Jay R. Ferguson ... Special Agent Randall Headley
Miguel Ferrer ... FBI Agent Albert Rosenfield
Robert Forster ... Sheriff Frank Truman
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Storyline

Cole tells Albert of an evil entity known as "Jowday" or "Judy" and a plan between him, Cooper and Jeffries. Agent Headly informs Cole that Dougie is now missing. Mullins relates a message from Cooper to Cole that he is headed for Twin Peaks. Written by Brandon Smith

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Release Date:

3 September 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

North Bend, Washington, USA See more »

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Stereo | Dolby Digital

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

This episode is dedicated to the memory of Jack Nance in the end credits. See more »

Goofs

When the FBI vehicle containing Gordon Cole pulls up to the Twin Peaks' Sheriff's Station, Gordon Cole is dressed in casual clothing. When Cole enters Sheriff Truman's office moments later, he is dressed in a suit and tie. See more »

Quotes

Dale Cooper: The past dictates the future.
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Soundtracks

The World Spins
Music by Angelo Badalamenti
Lyrics by David Lynch
Performed by Julee Cruise
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the real resolution
3 September 2017 | by framptonhollisSee all my reviews

Before we jump in to the final episode that will likely have everyone in a goddamn uproar, let's review this episode, one that I believe is bound to please! One of the crazy things about this episode is that David Lynch proves himself to be a man way ahead of his time, so much so that one scene in this brilliant piece of television's greatest puzzle seems to have been thought up twenty five years ago! Lynch is a genius with tons of tricks up his sleeve, including some of the finest digital effects I've seen in ages (and I'm not referencing some of the more blunt, campy, surreal effects, although I love those too, but more so the insane digital trickery that must have been injected into a certain sequence I refuse to spoil), as well as some material so unexpected I literally gasped while watching this one! I also shook along with the breathtakingly compelling nature of some of this episode's heavy and intense action. The power of intercutting is displayed in a very wild moment at the sheriff's station which then proceeds to get crazier and crazier until everything bursts into one huge experimental nightmare! Twist after twist, shock after shock, Lynch relentlessly surprises and excites with this masterful hour of groundbreaking television.

The main reason I'm putting such a strong emphasis on this episode's heavy excitement is not only because it's true, honest to God, but because I feel like the final episode will enrage some people so hard that they'll forget how much fun they were having in the episode previous, and how much genuine resolution can be found here. Most of the patches are tied up rather well, and rather quickly, and Lynch also gets to experiment wildly with some of the weirdest, most off putting visuals he's ever presented us with. In the hands of another filmmaker some of these effects would be pretty campy and ridiculous, but in the hands of Lynch they are disturbing and oddly beautiful in a way. It's a mind blowing explosion of entertainment that thrilled me to my core. I don't want it to end...


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