Twin Peaks (2017)
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Part 3 

Cooper calls for help. Agents Gordon Cole, Albert Rosenfield and Tammy Preston investigate the glass box murders.

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David Lynch
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kyle MacLachlan ... Dale Cooper / Dougie Jones
Phoebe Augustine ... American Girl
Chrysta Bell ... FBI Agent Tammy Preston
Don S. Davis ... Major Garland Briggs (archive footage)
John Ennis ... Slot Machine Man
Miguel Ferrer ... FBI Agent Albert Rosenfield
Brian T. Finney ... Security Guard (as Brian Finney)
Meg Foster ... Cashier
Hailey Gates ... Drugged-out Mother
Harry Goaz ... Deputy Andy Brennan
Travis Hammer ... First Trooper
Stephen Heath Stephen Heath ... Second Trooper
Michael Horse ... Deputy Chief Tommy 'Hawk' Hill
Sheryl Lee ... Laura Palmer
David Lynch ... FBI Deputy Director Gordon Cole
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Cooper calls for help. Agents Gordon Cole, Albert Rosenfield and Tammy Preston investigate the glass box murders.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 May 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

North Bend, Washington, USA See more »

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Dolby Digital | Stereo

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

Premiered on Showtime's online streaming service on 23 May 2017, along with the rest of the first four episodes. However only Part 1 and Part 2 aired on live television that night, and this episode first aired on television, one week later along with Part 4, on 30 May. See more »

Goofs

When Jade and Cooper drive from the house, the surroundings of the street change in the different cuts. In particular, when Cooper leans forward to pick up the key from the floor, one cut shows houses along the street on both sides forward, and the next cut shows open land and a wall (when the man with the rifle attempts to shoot Cooper). See more »

Quotes

Deputy Andy Brennan: We laid everything out, Hawk, and we can't find anything that's missing.
Deputy Chief Tommy 'Hawk' Hill: If it's not here, then how do you know it's missing?
Lucy Brennan: But if it is here, then it isn't missing?
Deputy Andy Brennan: [gestures at the table] This... is here.
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Connections

Features Twin Peaks (1990) See more »

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Mississippi
Written by Jack Torrey
Performed by The Cactus Blossoms
Published by Jumping Gemini (ASCAP)/Hello Central Music (ASCAP)
Administered by Words & Music, a division of Big Deal Music
Courtesy of Red House Records
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Episode 3
4 June 2017 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

So Agent Cooper finally escapes to the real world but he is not the same person, all those years in the Black Lodge has taken its toll on him.

Twin Peaks pays little heed to new fans. This third episode has a surreal, warped 15 minutes sequence as Cooper makes his way into the real world and evil Cooper tries to resist going back to the Black Lodge.

A purple tinged set, an Asian woman making noises and Cooper staring blankly into space. Through an electric socket Cooper emerges and gets mixed up with a fatter lookalike called Doug who in turn ends up in the Black Lodge. Cooper now a blank goes to a Las Vegas casino where he quickly makes himself known as Mr Jackpots as he is guided mysteriously to win big time.

We also see the return of the FBI agents Gordon Cole (David Lynch) and Albert Rosenfield (Miguel Ferrer) assisted by new agent Tammy Preston (Chrysta Bell.) They are investigating the mysterious New York killings until Cole gets word that Cooper has been found.

It was bittersweet to see Albert, he was one of my favourite characters in the original Twin Peaks and yet my delight is tinged with sadness due to the actor's death earlier in 2017.

This episode was slower paced especially in the scenes set in Twin Peaks with Hawk, Andy and Lucy with their lethargic way of talking.

Lynch went weirder, slower and more surreal, yet he still has room for a great cameo performance such as Meg Foster as the cashier in the casino. Just look at the way she goes from being smiling to genuine concern when she meets Cooper and he asks for help.


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