Twin Peaks (2017– )
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Part 11 

The setup involving the Mitchum brothers and Dougie reaches its climax while even stranger things start to happen to both the FBI team and the Twin Peaks Sheriff's Department.

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The setup involving the Mitchum brothers and Dougie reaches its climax while even stranger things start to happen to both the FBI team and the Twin Peaks Sheriff's Department.

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Alicia Witt reprises her role as Gersten Hayward from the original series. See more »


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Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima
Written by Krzysztof Penderecki
Performed by Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra (as Warsaw National Philarmonic)
Conductor: Witold Rowicki
Published by EMI BMPC Corp. (Prev. Belgian Mills Publishing)
Courtesy of Universal Music
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The real combination of everything great about Lynch.
25 July 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode was an utter treat to watch in a three thirds package. The disturbing and dramatic events and mystery in the town of Twin Peaks, the scary and surreal moments around the FBI investigation in South Dakota with black comedy in there, and the hilarious and heartwarming trip of the awakening of Dale Cooper. Once again, I'll try to describe it without spoiling it.

The town of Twin Peaks third really shows how much it has changed over 25 years and the episodes so far. The change from a wacko light- hearted town to a dramatic place filled with traumatic circumstances building up to something even more sinister. I gonna be honest, this third was a drama through and through with mysteriously disturbing scenes sprinkled in, but it was the most well-made drama I've ever seen. The fantastic use of a sinister score and phenomenal cinematography during moments of shock and distress.

The FBI investigation stirs up tension in South Dakota with a amazingly surreal moment that takes up plenty of the third. A surreal moment that gives you a area of safety away from another area close-by that seems to be the source of scary uncertainty and, destroys it completely...then calms you down a bit soon after. This third also builds some tension the two main men and Diane as we try to figure out what's she's trying to do.

Next is the Dougie's Dale Cooper awakening that brings him getting closer and closer to being good ol' Dale Cooper again. While it builds tension on what the two men are going to do to Dougie, but I got very curious on what's going to happen next. The set-up and pay-off was absolutely marvelous to where I was laughing with a lot of joy and excitement inside me. Soon after, the pay-off leads to something so sudden, but warmed my heart so much that I nearly teared up a little. This leads to a amazing last scene that made my day with one quote and expression that told so much on what has happened to Dougie.

Overall, I loved it from beginning to end. It put together so many emotions that I didn't know what to do with myself. This was truly a emotional rollercoster.


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