Twin Peaks (2017– )
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Part 12 

An old FBI case gets new recruits after many years while well-known residents of Twin Peaks face problems.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dale Cooper
Sonny Jim Jones
Warden Murphy's Son


An old FBI case gets new recruits after many years while well-known residents of Twin Peaks face problems.

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30 July 2017 (USA)  »

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FBI Deputy Director Gordon Cole: She's here visiting a friend of her mother whose daughter has gone missing. The mother owns a turnip farm. I told her to tell the mother that her daughter will "turn up" eventually.
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Written by Adam Miller and Johnny Jewel
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Part 12
3 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

I felt the episode was treading water somewhat. Dougie only appears for a few seconds playing ball with his son badly. Deputy Director Cole pushed the plot forward a little when he and Albert tell Agent Preston about the Blue Rose investigations. Evil Cooper ordered meanwhile got his henchman to have the prison warden shot.

The episode concentrates on the characters in Twin Peaks itself. Ben Horne is told what his grandson has been up to, that he has been on a murder spree. Ben has always known his grandson has been out of control.

Sarah Palmer is still around, buying bottles of alcohol in the grocery store but like in the original series she stills has some kind of eerie second sight which was put down to the drugs her husband fed her but maybe she is under some kind of possession.

The big reveal was the return of Audrey, thought to have been killed in that explosion in the final episode in series 2. She is now married to some kind of midget pen pusher and she is seriously hacked off.

Apart from that there were lots of conversations and long silences which made the episode feel disjointed and slower paced.

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