Twin Peaks (1990–1991)
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Episode #2.21 

Leo commits a selfless act, risking his own life. Earle begins his endgame. Donna discovers her family's secret. Failing to decipher the map to the Black Lodge, Cooper and Truman rush to try and protect the life of Miss Twin Peaks.

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Special Agent Dale Cooper
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Sheriff Harry S. Truman
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Shelly Johnson (as Madchen Amick)
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Bobby Briggs
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Benjamin Horne
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Donna Hayward
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Audrey Horne
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Dr. Will Hayward
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Norma Jennings
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James Hurley (credit only)
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Big Ed Hurley
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Pete Martell
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Jocelyn Packard (credit only)
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Catherine Martell
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Leo releases Major Briggs with a plea to save Shelly. Windom Earle finds out and retaliates by tying up Leo to a lethal device and leaves his cabin and Leo to an uncertain fate. The delusional and dehydrated Major Briggs is found by Deputy Hawk and returned to the police station where Briggs makes little sense about his captivity, but leaves clues to how to find the Black Lodge. Meanwhile, Ben continues to seek a path to goodness, while Audrey confides in him that her business trip to Seattle reveals the Twin Peaks Savings & Loan is supporting Catherine's development plans. Andrew and Pete manage to get the last silver box open to reveal a safety deposit key. Lana seduces Dick Tremayne to get him to vote for her in the beauty pageant while Mr. Pinkle rehearses dance moves with the other contestants. Nadine reveals to Dr. Jacoby that she wants to marry Mike Nelson as soon as Big Ed and Norma are married. Cooper and Truman discuss more about the power and significance of the Black Lodge... Written by Anonymous

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10 June 1991 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Final appearance by Piper Laurie(Catherine Martell). See more »

Goofs

Agent Cooper states that the planets of Saturn and Jupiter are conjunct during the period from January to June of what was 1989. In reality, Saturn and Jupiter were closer to opposite during that time. They would not return to being conjunct for another decade. See more »

Quotes

Deputy Andy Brennan: [Lucy has chosen Andy over Dick] My God, Lucy. I'm so honoured you made this decision. And I promise I'll be a great father. But right now, I've got to find Agent Cooper.
[He leaves]
Lucy Moran: Men.
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Connections

References My Fair Lady (1964) See more »

Soundtracks

Twin Peaks Theme (Instrumental)
Written by Angelo Badalamenti
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One of the best episodes of the series....
31 August 2010 | by See all my reviews

Seeing as how there is one more episode to go until the end of Twin peaks, there is much anticipation to what will happen in the series. The 2nd to last episode is really great, the suspense and mystery evolving until the final scene of the episode is nerve-wracking, and there is nothing better to hope for than how this episode ended. I can only think of what will happen in the final episode, but this episode was brilliantly written and executed. I think the right person of the Miss Twin Peaks contest won. When the final episode rolls around, I will be very sad to see Twin Peaks end, but of course, it's legacy will always continue.


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