More about Dougie Jones comes to light after an attempt on his life. Meanwhile, Gordon Cole discovers connections to Cooper concerning a Blue Rose case and Major Garland Briggs.

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More about Dougie Jones comes to light after an attempt on his life. Meanwhile, Gordon Cole discovers connections to Cooper concerning a Blue Rose case and Major Garland Briggs.

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Erik Rondell is the third actor to play Johnny Horne. See more »

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Detective Dave Macklay: I'm sorry ma'am, you can't smoke in here.
Diane Evans: It's a fucking morgue!
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The Chair
Composed and performed by Angelo Badalamenti
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More of the greatness of Episode 7
10 July 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While I do love the surreal trips of episode 8, Episode 9 allows you to enjoy a more straight-forward experience that gives the right amount of progression as plot points slowly inter-connect each other. It packs in surprises that makes certain past moments more meaningful then previously thought. All of it fits in a nicely packed box filled with many goodies while still leaving you wanting more even if you're pretty full.

Funny enough, This is actually the least traumatic episode of the series so far (Which isn't saying much considering the Johnny Horne scene).I mean even the evil coop scenes were pretty tame compared to before. Instead we get really beautiful moments that warmed my original Twin Peaks fan (and American side if you know what I mean) inside me. There are also many moments that really establish how well Lynch portrays normal human interaction. These interactions are either extremely awkward, comfortable banter, both, or maybe more then that. All of these show certain relationships (Conflict, distrust, friendship, tension, first-time meet-ups) between characters really well without a word spoken sometimes. It all makes each conversation very unique.

All and all, this was a great episode that is keeping the ball rolling after a amazing and confusing piece of scary-ass art. The show has been fantastic and it keeps on delivering.

10/10

P.S That one detective's laugh was really the highlight of the episode.


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