Twin Peaks (1990–1991)
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Episode #2.18 

Harry is attacked by Jones in his sleep. Audrey and Wheeler begin a relationship. Gordon Cole returns with a report that Windom Earle worked with Major Briggs on Project Bluebook. Cole reinstates Cooper in the FBI.

Director:

Duwayne Dunham

Writers:

Mark Frost (created by), David Lynch (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kyle MacLachlan ... Special Agent Dale Cooper
Michael Ontkean ... Sheriff Harry S. Truman
Mädchen Amick ... Shelly Johnson (as Madchen Amick)
Dana Ashbrook ... Bobby Briggs (credit only)
Richard Beymer ... Benjamin Horne
Lara Flynn Boyle ... Donna Hayward
Sherilyn Fenn ... Audrey Horne
Warren Frost ... Dr. Will Hayward
Peggy Lipton ... Norma Jennings (credit only)
James Marshall ... James Hurley (voice)
Everett McGill ... Big Ed Hurley (credit only)
Jack Nance ... Pete Martell (credit only)
Kimmy Robertson ... Lucy Moran
Joan Chen ... Jocelyn Packard
Piper Laurie ... Catherine Martell (credit only)
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Storyline

Harry is attacked by Jones in his sleep. Audrey and Wheeler begin a relationship. Gordon Cole returns with a report that Windom Earle worked with Major Briggs on Project Bluebook. Cole reinstates Cooper in the FBI.

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A petroglyph is an image created by removing part of a rock surface by incising, picking, carving, or abrading, as a form of rock art. The term should not be confused with petrograph, which is an image drawn or painted on a rock face. Many hypotheses explain the purpose of petroglyphs, depending on their location, age, and subject matter. Some may be astronomical markers, maps, and other forms of symbolic communication, including a form of proto-writing. Some petroglyph images probably have deep cultural and religious significance for the societies that created them; in many cases this significance remains for their descendants. Many petroglyphs are thought to represent some kind of not-yet-fully understood symbolic or ritual language. See more »

Goofs

The playing cards Leo picks from Windom Earle's hand display the faces of [from camera-view right to left] Donna en of clubs], Audrey en of diamonds] and Shelly en of spades] . When Windom Earle has Leo picking the king [Agent Cooper], the 2 outside queens, Donna and Shelly, have swapped places with Donna on the left and Shelly on the right. Already in the next shot of the cards they have resumed their original order. See more »

Quotes

Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Why would Eckhardt want me dead?
Dale Cooper: Sexual jealousy.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Oh yeah.
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Connections

Referenced in Silent Hill: Origins (2007) See more »

Soundtracks

Twin Peaks Theme
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Written by Twin Peaks Soundtrack
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A Sweeter Episode
19 March 2016 | by framptonhollisSee all my reviews

It's pretty amazing to me how a surrealist show that is, essentially, about murder which was created (in part) by David Lynch of all people, includes some of the sweetest moments in television history!

This episode has a much more lighthearted approach than most "Twin Peaks" episodes. While "Twin Peaks" is pretty lighthearted a lot of the time, this is definitely one of the more "sweet" episodes. While it does have some dark moments (it literally opens with a woman attempting to kill Sheriff Truman), this episode is probably the most romantic of the "Twin Peaks" episodes.

Annie and Dale Cooper have a lot of chemistry together, and they're certainly two of the more charming characters of the show (Agent Dale Cooper is definitely my favorite "Twin Peaks" character, he's so fun to watch), and their scenes are very entertaining. Also, the scene dealing with an encounter between David Lynch's character and Shelly Johnson is hilarious.

Overall, this episode is full of heart, humor, and fun.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 April 1991 (USA) See more »

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Color:

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1.33 : 1
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