Twin Peaks (2017– )
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Part 17 

Cooper arrives in Twin Peaks.

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Ronette Pulaski (archive footage)
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Bradley Mitchum (as James Belushi)
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Ben Horne
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Josie Packard (archive footage)
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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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This episode is dedicated to the memory of Jack Nance in the end credits. See more »

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Dale Cooper: I hope I see all of you again. Every one of you.
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Written and performed by David Lynch and Dean Hurley
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Part 17
4 September 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

If it included one scene from the final episode concerning Dougie Jones, Part 17 would had been the perfect way to finish the Twin Peaks saga.

However it is the penultimate episode and includes the right balance of many of the narrative stories being wrapped up mixed with the bizarre and the surreal. We even get characters from the original Twin Peaks as footage is used from the original series and the movie Fire Walk With Me.

Everyone converges at the Sheriff's station as good Cooper and evil Cooper fight it out. It is all done so pacily with Lucy and an English drunk in the cells playing pivotal roles.

Good Cooper then enters his motel room where we revisit events of that night when Laura Palmer died, would he be able to save her from being killed?

David Lynch and Mark Frost knocked it out of the park with Parts 16 and 17.


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