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Part 14 

Gordon remembers an important moment from his past. Andy, Bobby, Hawk and Truman go to the forest. James hears a story about a glove on his birthday. An unknown facet of Sarah is revealed.

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Questions are answered concerning Twin Peaks residents and The FBI Team. James Marshall, Andy Brennan, Deputy Chad, and Sarah Palmer each experience inexplicable happenings. Gordon Cole has a dream and The Twin Peaks Police search for Jack Rabbit's Palace. Written by Jonathan Murnen

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This episode was broadcast a week before it was meant to be shown in Germany. This was because Showtime sent it instead of Twin Peaks: Part 13 (2017) to Sky Deutschland. See more »

Quotes

Special Agent Randall Headley: [Exhales] There's 23 Douglas Jones's in the greater metro area.
Agent Wilson: How are we gonna find the right one?
Special Agent Randall Headley: Wilson, how many times have I told *you*! This is what we do in the FBI!
Special Agent Randall Headley: [bashes table]
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Features Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992) See more »

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Twin Peaks Theme (Instrumental)
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Written by Angelo Badalamenti
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Into the Woods
14 August 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Gordon has become my favorite character. Obviously, David Lynch is enjoying himself. We are used to his loudness (because he is practically deaf and thinks no one else can hear), but it is exaggerated by a phone call where the police have to hold the phone away from their ears. There are some incredibly violent scenes, but the most dramatic set of events involves the men of the sheriff's department following instructions and going into the woods to find the vortex. It culminates with the discovery of an Asian woman who has no eyes and is nude. While they wander around, Andy disappears. He is brought into a room and meets the "Fireman." It appears to be the giant from the original series. Or someone like him. Andy is given some kind of lamp and sees events that are startling. He returns and says the woman they found must be put in a jail cell for her own protection. We then have an insane few moments in the jail. The scene in the bar where Laura's mother is just trying to have a drink is incredibly frightening. Quite the family! We also have a detailed story where the young British cop tells of his own abduction, his meeting with the Fireman, and a glove that gives him incredible hand strength. He was also told to go to Twin Peaks in Washington. We get no information on Dougie or the bad Dale Cooper. Laura Dern's character has some recollection which disturbs her and seems to give Gordon a clue. It's a great episode, full of tantalizing humor and incredible suspense.


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