Twin Peaks (2017)
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Part 13 

Dougie comes home bearing gifts while Anthony is sent on a risky mission. Cooper's doppelganger wants revenge.

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David Lynch
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kyle MacLachlan ... Dale Cooper
Alon Aboutboul ... Head Mover
Kate Alden ... RR Diner Waitress
Mädchen Amick ... Shelly Briggs
Dana Ashbrook ... Deputy Bobby Briggs
Jim Belushi ... Bradley Mitchum
Kelsey Bohlen ... Backup Singer #2
Rachael Bower ... Backup Singer #3
Johnny Chavez ... Crooked Partner
Larry Clarke ... Detective T. Fusco
Frank Collison ... Muddy
Giselle DaMier ... Sandie
Christopher Durbin Noll ... The Farm Accountant (as Christopher Durbin)
Eric Edelstein ... Detective 'Smiley' Fusco
Eamon Farren ... Richard Horne
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Dougie comes home bearing gifts while Anthony is sent on a risky mission. Cooper's doppelganger wants revenge.

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Release Date:

6 August 2017 (USA) See more »

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North Bend, Washington, USA See more »

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16:9 HD
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The song that James Marshall sings in this episode is the same song that he sang on _"Twin Peaks" (1990) {(#2.2)}_ (Qv) See more »

Quotes

Audrey Horne: What story is that, Charlie?
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Soundtracks

Just You
Music by Angelo Badalamenti
Lyrics by David Lynch
Performed by James Marshall
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as violent, playful, funny, and powerful as we can expect from Lynch at this point
8 August 2017 | by framptonhollisSee all my reviews

There are most certainly going to be viewers watching this episode eagerly anticipating more plot development at least, this is what some of the previous user reviews are implying), and to them I pose a question: Why? I understand that plot is important, and its progression is necessary to a certain extent, but Lynch and Frost (but especially Lynch) have eighteen hours to spend exploring this world, and not every hour must be jam packed with essential plot points. Listen, I've loved the episodes of this season that advanced the plot significantly, but I also have loved the ones that decided to take a little break from the nonstop plot-based stuff and instead decided to delve deeper into exploring characters, locations, ideas, etc. No matter how slow scenes may go, I always end up being entertained throughout each episode, a feat that I understand is immensely difficult to achieve, especially with the skill and mastery written all over this brilliant piece of television.

This episode may not contain all too much plot related stuff, but their are definitely a few scenes of an essential nature, and those scenes are not only important to the story, but also extremely interesting no matter how familiar you are to the series. Lynch has the eye of a true visionary, his camera moves and shakes whenever it is necessary, but he also gives it plenty of time to steadily observe the action. Not only is the filmmaking great, but the writing is phenomenal in this episode in particular. The dialogue is often haunting or hilarious, or sometimes both, and every scene is unique and fascinating in its own way. there are somber moments (the scenes with Ed and Norma, a prolonged; a dialogue-free observation of Sarah Palmer watching a boxing match on television, seemingly depressed), lighthearted moments (basically anything with Dougie), hilarious moments (again, basically anything with Dougie; an awkward, enthusiastic encounter between Nadine and Dr. Jacobi), etc. Also, the performance of "Just you" towards the end is impressively evocative. That song is cheesy as Hell (and was probably intended to be such, but the scene is presented in such a way that it is genuinely emotional and it is pulled off really, REALLY well!


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