Affiche Twin Peaks - Mystères à Twin Peaks
  • 3 saisons
  • 48 épisodes
  • Début :
    1990
  • Statut :
    Terminée
  • Hashtag :
    #TwinPeaks

La série se déroule dans la petite ville de Twin Peaks. Elle débute lorsque Laura Palmer, étudiante modèle très respectée dans la petite ville, meurt brutalement dans la nuit du 23 au 24 février 1989. Le shérif Truman assistée par Dale Cooper, agent du FBI, se charge alors de l'enquête. En suivant la série et l'enquête semée d'embûches sur la mort de la jeune fille de 17 ans, nous découvrons au fil des épisodes que la charmante et paisible petite ville n'est rien de ce qu'elle paraît. Twin peaks est une série policière à l'atmosphère lourde et angoissante dont le créateur n'est autre que le réalisateur David Lynch (d'où cette atmosphère unique que l'on retrouve dans la série). À noter que chaque épisode retrace l'équivalent d'une journée dans la ville de Twin Peaks.

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S01E01 Pilote 08/04/1990 Dans le nord des Etats-Unis, on retrouve le corps d'une jeune fille flottant sur une rivière. Un agent du FBI, a de terrifiantes visions qui semblent annoncer un meurtre identique dans l'année...
S01E02 Traces to Nowhere 12/04/1990 Dale Cooper reconnaît dans la mort de Laura Palmer des similitudes avec le meurtre d'une certaine Teresa Banks, commis dans la région un an auparavant. Un minuscule morceau de papier, portant la lettre «R», enfoncé sous l'ongle de la jeune fille, semble confirmer cette théorie...
S01E03 Zen, or the Skill to Catch a Killer 19/04/1990 Leo Johnson menace Bobby et Mike car il n'a pas été payé pour sa dernière livraison de cocaïne. Benjamin Horne et son frère Jerry se rendent au «Jack n'a qu'un oeil». Quant à Cooper, il dévoile ses méthodes d'investigation, inspirées directement du transcendantalisme tibétain, un nouveau courant de pensée...
S01E04 Rest in Pain 26/04/1990 Toute la ville de Twin Peaks est réunie pour les funérailles de Laura Palmer. Albert, le médecin légiste envoyé par le FBI à Twin Peaks, révèle que Laura aurait été blessée par un animal peu avant sa mort. Leland Palmer, le père de la défunte, a la surprise de voir arriver Maddy Ferguson, sa nièce, la copie conforme, mais à la chevelure brune, de Laura...
S01E05 The One-Armed Man 03/05/1990 Andy, l'adjoint du shérif, dessine un portrait-robot de Bob, l'homme qui est apparu à plusieurs reprises à Sarah Palmer. Audrey, la fille de Ben, décide de mener sa propre enquête. Cooper retrouve le manchot de son rêve en la personne de Philip Michael Gerard, paisible représentant en chaussures. Celui-ci lui confie qu'il connaît bien Bob, un vétérinaire de la région, chez qui Cooper se rend immédiatement...
S01E06 Cooper's Dreams 10/05/1990 Cooper, Truman, Hawk et le Docteur Hayward découvrent Waldo le mainate dans la maison de Jacques Renault, au fond de la forêt. Ils prennent aussi le thé avec Margaret, la "femme à la bûche", qui leur confie un témoignage crucial. A son retour au Grand Nord, une surprise attend Cooper.
S01E07 Realization Time 17/05/1990 Remontant la piste de Laura, Audrey Horne débarque au "Jack" et se fait enrôler par Blackie grâce à son savoir faire avec les queues de cerises ! Alors que Waldo commence à parler et à livrer le nom d'un agresseur de Laura, Leo Johnson l'abat d'un coup de carabine.
S01E08 The Last Evening 23/05/1990 Succession de coup de théâtre : Audrey voit débarquer son père, car c'est lui le patron du "Jack n'a qu'un oeil" ; Jacques Renault, capturé, se fait assassiner ; Leo se fait tirer dessus ; le docteur Jacoby se fait agresser ; la scierie est en feu avec Shelly à l'intérieur, et Cooper se fait abattre par un mystérieux individu.
S02E01 May the Giant Be with You 30/09/1990 Alors qu'il espère des secours, Cooper, blessé dans sa chambre, voit apparaître un géant qui lui transmet d'étranges messages. Audrey est retenue prisonnière au "Jack n'a qu'un oeil". Catherine et Josie ont disparu. Ronnette Pulaski dans sa chambre d'hôpital, revoit le meurtre de Laura.
S02E02 Coma 06/10/1990 Pour remonter la piste du meurtre de Laura, Donna sert, comme elle, des repas à domicile et rencontre une cliente, l'étrange Mme Tremond et son petit fils qui téléporte du maïs à la crème ! Cooper apprend que Windom Earle s'est évadé de l'institut psychiatrique. Les motivations d'Audrey sont percées à jour par Blackie.
S02E03 The Man Behind the Glass 13/10/1990 Donna découvre le journal de Laura chez Harold Smith, un jeune garçon agoraphobe. sous hypnose, le docteur Jacoby témoigne et Leland est envoyé derrière les barreaux. Lucy déjeune avec Dick Tremayne, qui est peut être le père de son futur enfant. Nadine sort du coma. Blackie et Jean Renault demandent une rançon.
S02E04 Laura's Secret Diary 20/10/1990 Ben Horne demande à Cooper d'apporter la rançon aux ravisseurs d'Audrey. Leland avoue avoir tué Jacques Renault. Josie est de retour accompagnée de Mr Lee qu'elle présente comme son "cousin" de Hong Kong.
S02E05 The Orchid's Curse 27/10/1990 Cooper, Truman et les BooBookhouse Boys prennent d'assaut le "Jack n'a qu'un oeil" pour libérer Audrey. Leland est en liberté sous caution. Un certain Tolamura propose une affaire à Ben. Shelly et Bobby prennent soin du pauvre Léo, à leur manière. Donna et Maddy tentent de voler le journal de Laura mais Harold surgit et les menace...
S02E06 Demons 03/11/1990 James libère Maddy et Donna. Le très sourd Gordon Cole arribe à Twin Peaks. Josie reçoit 5 millions de récompense des main de Ben. Gerard révèle sa double personnalité, un certain Mike, et révèle que Bob se cache dans le corps d'un habitant de la ville, en relation avec l'Hôtel du Grand Nord...
S02E07 Lonely Souls 10/11/1990 Harold est retrouvé pendu. Truman récupère alors le fameux journal secret. Tojamura révèle à Pete qu'il n'est autre que Catherine. Les témoignages d'Audrey et de Gerard envoie Ben Horne derrière les barreaux, pour le meurtre de Laura Palmer. Alors qu'elle s'apprète à quitter Twin Peaks, Madeleine tombe sur le vrai tueur Bob, qui nous révèle sa véritable identité. Au même moment, le Géant réapparait à Cooper...
S02E08 Drive with a Dead Girl 17/11/1990 La mère de Norma débarque avec son nouveau mari. Bobby fait chanter Ben Horne, et Catherine est la seule qui pourrait l'innocenter. Le corps de Maddy est retrouvé, emballé dans du plastique.
S02E09 Arbitrary Law 01/12/1990 Albert revient examiner le corps de Maddy et découvre la lettre O inscrite sous son ongle. Donna retrouve une page manquante du journal secret de Laura Palmer, que lui a fait parvenir Harold Smith juste avant sa mort. Cooper apprend grâce à cette page que Laura et lui ont partagé le même rêve, et que dans ce rêve se trouve la clef de l'énigme. L'affaire Laura Palmer semble sur le point d'être enfin résolue. Cooper convoque les nombreuses personnes impliquées dans l'affaire. C'est au cours d'une soirée d'orage que la révélation de l'assassin va lui parvenir...
S02E10 Dispute Between Brothers 08/12/1990 Hank et Hernie commencent un traffic avec Jean Renault. Nadine, qui se croit redevenues une ado, entre au lycée ! Alors que Cooper est sur le point de partir, l'agent du FBI Rodger Hardy arrive, le suspend de ses fonctions et doit enquêter sur son intervention illégale au "Jack n'a qu'un oeil". Le major Briggs disparaît mystérieusement.
S02E11 Masked Ball 15/12/1990 James rencontre, durant son périple, l'envoûtante Evelyn Marsh. L'agent Denis / Denise Bryson est chargé d'enquêter sur "Coop". Hank révèle à Ben que Jean Renault est maintenant directeur du "Jack". Catherine "protège" Josie en faisant d'elle sa servante ! Son frère, Adrew Packard, est, en fait, bien vivant...
S02E12 The Black Widow 12/01/1991 Audrey révèle à un Cooper de plus en plus désireux de rester à Twin Peaks que Jean Renault a mis au point une machination contre lui. Nadine montre une force surnaturelle. Hank surprend Ed et Norma ensemble. Le major Briggs réapparait en tenu d'aviateur des années 50 ! Ben Horne semble perdre la tête...
S02E13 Checkmate 19/01/1991 Cooper et Denise abattent Jean Renault. Leo sort de sa léthargie, perturbant la relation entre Shelly et Bobby. Nadine met une raclée à Hank pour sauver Ed. Windom Earle dépose son premier cadavre chez le shériff Truman.
S02E14 Double Play 02/02/1991 Bobby sauve Shelly. Thomas Eckhardt, l'ancien boss de Josie, arrive à Twin Peaks, l'étau se resserre donc sur Josie. Cooper raconte à Truman son passé avec Windom Earle et sa femme Caroline. Le mari d'Evelyne est abattu et James comprend qu'il est le jouet d'une machination. Leo, en fuite, se retrouve chez Earle.
S02E15 Slaves and Masters 09/02/1991 Grâce à Albert, Cooper est maintenant certain que c'est Josie qui lui a tiré dessus. Ben semble recouvrer la raison. Donna et James s'enfuient. Windom Earle commence une diabolique partie d'échecs avec Cooper, et lui laisse un message dans sa chambre.
S02E16 The Condemned Woman 16/02/1991 Truman met Hank en prison pour la tentative de meurtre contre Leo. Ben s'associe à John "justice" Wheeler. John quitte Donna et la ville. Ed fait sa déclaration à Norma. Windom Earle envoie un curieux message. Josie tue Eckhardt, puis s'écroule. Le nain apparait alors, et Josie semble s'incarner dans une poignée de porte.
S02E17 Wounds and Scars 28/03/1991 Truman pleure Josie. Annie Blackburne la soeur de Norma, arrive à Twin Peaks et Cooper semble s'enflammer pour elle. Audrey tombe amoureuse de Wheeler. Norma veut que Shelly participe à un concours de miss Twin Peaks.
S02E18 On the Wings of Love 04/04/1991 Truman échappe à une tentative de meurtre. Gordon Cole, de retour pour annoncer à Cooper qu'il est réintégré dans ses fonctions, tombe sous le charme de Shelly. L'équipe du shérif se rend dans la caverne du Hibou pour y trouver d'étranges hiéroglyphes. Windom Earle va, lui, y découvrir autre chose...
S02E19 Variations and Relations 11/04/1991 Earle, tout comme Cooper, semble être à la recherche du Monde Noir. Gordon Cole fait ses adieux à Shelly. Donna a des soupçons concernant les relations de sa mère avec Ben Horne. Earle dépose sa nouvelle victime à l'intérieur d'un pion géant.
S02E20 The Path to the Black Lodge 18/04/1991 Windom Earle kidnappe le major Briggs. Donna se pose des questions sur l'in-dentité de son père. Wheeler quitte la ville,non sans avoir fait ses "adieux" à Audrey. Andrew et Catherine tente d'ouvrir le coffret d'Eckhardt. Le Monde Noir s'entrouvre...
S02E21 Miss Twin Peaks 10/06/1991 Leo libère le major, mais subit le châtiment de Earle. Ben Horne est le père de Donna. Andrew et Catherine récupèrent une clef. Windom Earle enlève Annie durant le concours de Miss Twin Peaks.
S02E22 Beyond Life and Death 10/06/1991 Le major Briggs, madame Palmer et le Dr Jacoby sentent un nouvel évènement. Le Dr Hayward prend Ben à partie. Pete, Andrew et Audrey connaisent un moment explosif. Nadine redevient elle-même. Cooper entre dans le Monde Noir pour sauver Annie. Il y découvre d'anciens personnages. Windom Earle fait face à Bob...
S00E01 Fire Walk With Me 08/05/1992 La mort mysterieuse de Teresa Banks dans la tranquille petite ville de Twin Peaks va donner bien du fil a retordre aux agents Dale Cooper et Chester Desmond qui vont mener une enquete en forme de charade et decouvrir que bien des citoyens de la ville sont impliqués dans cette affaire. Un an plus tard, ce sont les sept derniers jours de Laura Palmer, qui se termineront par la mort brutale de cette dernière annonçant ainsi le début de Twin Peaks, le soap opera.
S00E02 Pilot - International Release 00/00/0000 The small northwest town of Twin Peaks, Washington is shaken up when the body of the Homecoming Queen, Laura Palmer, is discovered washed up on a riverbank, wrapped in plastic.
S00E03 Pilot - International Release Alternate Ending 00/00/0000 The alternate ending of the international stand-alone release.
S00E04 Unaired Pilot Scenes 00/00/0000
S00E05 Return of the Seavers 00/00/0000
S00E06 The Growing Pains Movie 00/00/0000
S00E07 Return to Twin Peaks 00/00/0000 Documentary about the Twin Peaks Festival.
S00E08 E! True Hollywood Story Growing Pains 00/00/0000
S00E09 Secrets From Another Place: Creating Twin Peaks 00/00/0000
S00E21 Interview Mark Frost (Co-createur Twin Peaks) 00/00/0000
S00E22 Learning to Speak in the Red Room 00/00/0000
S00E23 A propos de David Lynch 00/00/0000
S00E24 17 Pieces of Pie 00/00/0000
S00E25 Postcards from the Cast 00/00/0000
S00E32 Log Lady Introduction: Pilot 00/00/0000 "Welcome to Twin Peaks. My name is Margaret Lanterman. I live in Twin Peaks. I am known as the Log Lady. There is a story behind that. There are many stories in Twin Peaks--some of them are sad, some funny. Some of them are stories of madness, of violence. Some are ordinary. Yet they all have about them a sense of mystery--the mystery of life. Sometimes, the mystery of death. The mystery of the woods. The woods surrounding Twin Peaks. "To introduce this story, let me just say it encompasses the all-- it is beyond the 'fire', though few would know that meaning. It is a story of many, but begins with one--and I knew her. "The one leading to the many is Laura Palmer. Laura is the one."
S00E33 Log Lady Introduction: Traces to Nowhere 00/00/0000 "I carry a log--yes. Is it funny to you? It is not to me. Behind all things are reasons. Reasons can even explain the absurd. Do we have the time to learn the reasons behind the human being's varied behavior? I think not. Some take the time. Are they called detectives? "Watch--and see what life teaches."
S00E34 Log Lady Introduction: Zen, or the Skill to Catch a Killer 00/00/0000 "Sometime ideas, like men, jump up and say 'hello'. They introduce themselves, these ideas, with words. Are they words? These ideas speak so strangely. "All that we see in this world is based on someone's ideas. Some ideas are destructive, some are constructive. Some ideas can arrive in the form of a dream. I can say it again: some ideas arrive in the form of a dream."
S00E35 Log Lady Introduction: Rest in Pain 00/00/0000 "There is a sadness in this world, for we are ignorant of many things. Yes, we are ignorant of many beautiful things--things like the truth. So sadness, in our ignornace, is very real. "The tears are real. What is this thing called a tear? There are even tiny ducts--tear ducts--to produce these tears should the sadness occur. Then the day when the sadness comes--then we ask: 'Will this sadness which makes me cry--will this sadness that makes my heart cry out--will it ever end?' "The answer, of course, is yes. One day the sadness will end."
S00E36 Log Lady Introduction: The One-Armed Man 00/00/0000 "Even the ones who laugh are sometimes caught without an answer: these creatures who introduce themselves but we swear we have met them somewhere before. "Yes, look in the mirror. What do you see? Is it a dream, or a nightmare? Are we being introduced against our will? Are they mirrors? "I can see the smoke. I can smell the fire. The battle is drawing nigh."
S00E37 Log Lady Introduction: Cooper's Dream 00/00/0000 "I play my part on my stage. I tell what I can to form the perfect answer. But that answer cannot come before all are ready to hear. So I tell what I can to form the perfect answer. "Sometimes my anger at the fire is evident. Sometimes it is not anger, really. It may appear as such, but could it be a clue? The fire I speak of is not a kind fire."
S00E38 Log Lady Introduction: Realization Time 00/00/0000 "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Yet there are those who open many eyes. Eyes are the mirror of the soul, someone has said. So we look closely at the eyes to see the nature of the soul. "Somewimes when we see the eyes--those horrible times when we see the eyes, eyes that ... that have no soul--then we know a darkness, then we wonder: where is the beauty? There is none if the eyes are soulless."
S00E39 Log Lady Introduction: The Last Evening 00/00/0000 "A drunken man walks in a way that is quite impossible for a sober man to imitate, and vice versa. An evil man has a way, no matter how clever--to the trained eye, his way will show itself. "Am I being too secretive? No. One can never answer questions at the wrong moment. Life, like music, has a rhythm. This particular song will end with three sharp notes, like deathly drumbeats."
S00E40 Log Lady Introduction: May the Giant Be with You 00/00/0000 "Hello again. Can you see through a wall? Can you see through human skin? X-rays see through solid, or so-called solid objects. There are things in life that exist, and yet our eyes cannot see them. Have you ever seen something startling that others cannot see? Why are some things kept from our vision? Is life a puzzle? "I am filled with questions. Sometimes my questions are answered. In my heart, I can tell if the answer is correct. I am my own judge. "In a dream, are all the characters really you? Different aspects of you? Do answers come in dreams? "One more thing: I grew up in the woods. I understand many things because of the woods. Trees standing together, growing alongside one another, providing so much. "I chew pitch gum. On the outside, let's say of the ponderosa pine, sometimes pitch oozes out. Runny pitch is no good to chew. Hard, brittle pitch is no good. But in between there exists a firm, slightly crusted pitch with such a flavor. This is the pitch I chew."
S00E41 Log Lady Introduction: Coma 00/00/0000 "As above, so below. The human being finds himself, or herself, in the middle. There is as much space outside the human, proportionately, as inside. "Stars, moons, and planets remind us of protons, neutrons, and electrons. Is there a bigger being walking with all the stars within? Does our thinking affect what goes on outside us, and what goes on inside us? I think it does. "Where does creamed corn figure into the workings of the universe? What really *is* creamed corn? Is it a symbol for something else?"
S00E42 Log Lady Introduction: The Man Behind the Glass 00/00/0000 "Letters are symbols. They are building blocks of words which form our languages. Languages help us communicate. Even with complicated languages used by intelligent people, misunderstanding is a common occurrence. "We write things down sometimes--letters, words--hoping they will serve us and those with whom we wish to communicate. Letters and words, calling out for understanding."
S00E43 Log Lady Introduction: Laura's Secret Diary 00/00/0000 "Miscommunication sometimes leads to arguments, and arugments sometimes lead to fights. Anger is usually present in arguments and fights. Anger is an emotion, usually classified as a negative emotion. Negative emotions can cause severe problems in our environment and to the health of our body. "Happiness, usually classified as a positive emotion, can bring good health to our body, and spread positive vibrations into our environment. Sometimes when we are ill, we are not on our best behavior. By ill, I mean any of the following: physically ill, emotionally ill, mentally ill, and/or spiritually ill."
S00E44 Log Lady Introduction: The Orchid's Curse 00/00/0000 "Sometimes nature plays tricks on us and we imagine we are something other than what we truly are. Is this a key to life in general? Or the case of the two-headed schizophrenic? Both heads thought the other was following itself. Finally, when one head wasn't looking, the other shot the other right between the eyes, and, of course, killed himself."
S00E45 Log Lady Introduction: Demons 00/00/0000 "Sometimes we want to hide from ourselves--we do not want to be us--it is too difficult to be us. It is at these times that we turn to drugs or alcohol or behavior to help us forget that we are ourselves. "This of course is only a temporary solution to a problem which is going to keep returning, and sometimes these temporary solutions are worse for us than the original problem. "Yes, it is a dilemma. Is there an answer? Of course there is: as a wise person said with a smile: 'The answer is within the question.'"
S00E46 Log Lady Introduction: Lonely Souls 00/00/0000 "A poem as lovely as a tree: As the night wind blows, the boughs move to and fro. The rustling, the magic rustling that brings on the dark dream. The dream of suffering and pain. Pain for the victim, pain for the inflicter of pain. A circle of pain, a circle of suffering. Woe to the ones who behold the pale horse."
S00E47 Log Lady Introduction: Drive with a Dead Girl 00/00/0000 "Food is interesting. For instance, why do we need to eat? Why are we never satisfied with just the right amount of food to maintain good health and proper energy? We always seem to want more and more. "When eating too much, the proper balance is disturbed and ill health follows. Of course, eating too little food throws the balance off in the opposite direction and there is the ill health coming at us again. "Balance is the key. Balance is the key to many things. Do we understand balance? The word 'balance' has seven letters. Seven is difficult to balance, but not impossible if we are able to divide. There are, of course, the pros and cons of division."
S00E48 Log Lady Introduction: Arbitrary Law 00/00/0000 "So now the sadness comes--the revelation. There is a depression after an answer is given. It was almost fun not knowing. Yes, now we know. At least we know what we sought in the beginning. "But there is still the question: why? And this question will go on and on until the final answer comes. Then the knowing is so full, there is no room for questions."
S00E49 Log Lady Introduction: Dispute Between Brothers 00/00/0000 "Complications set in--yes, complications. How many times have we heard: 'it's simple'. Nothing is simple. We live in a world where nothing is simple. Each day, just when we think we have a handle on things, suddenly some new element is introduced and everything is complicated once again. "What is the secret? What is the secret to simplicity, to the pure and simple life? Are our appetites, our desires undermining us? Is the cart in front of the horse?"
S00E50 Log Lady Introduction: Masked Ball 00/00/0000 "Is life like a game of chess? Are our present moves important for future success? I think so. We paint our future with every present brush stroke. "Painting. Colors. Shapes. Textures. Composition. Repetition of shapes. Contrast. Let nature guide us. Nature is the great teacher. Who is the principal? "Sometimes jokes are welcome. Like the one about the kid who said: 'I enjoyed school. It was just the principal of the thing.'"
S00E51 Log Lady Introduction: The Black Widow 00/00/0000 "Is a dog man's best friend? I had a dog. The dog was large. It ate my garden, all the plants, and much earth. The dog ate so much earth it died. Its body went back to the earth. I have a memory of this dog. The memory is all that I have left of my dog. He was black--and white."
S00E52 Log Lady Introduction: Checkmate 00/00/0000 "My husband died in a fire. No one can know my sorrow. My love is gone. Yet, I feel him near me. Sometimes I can almost see him. At night when the wind blows, I think of what he might have been. Again I wonder: why? "When I see a fire, I feel my anger rising. This was not a friendly fire. This was not a forest fire. It was a fire *in the woods*. This is all I am permitted to say."
S00E53 Log Lady Introduction: Double Play 00/00/0000 "The heart--it is a physical organ, we all know. But how much more an emotional organ--this we also know. Love, like blood, flows from the heart. Are blood and love related? Does a heart pump blood as it pumps love? Is love the blood of the universe?"
S00E54 Log Lady Introduction: Slaves and Masters 00/00/0000 "A death mask. Is there a reason for a death mask? It is barely a physical resemblance--in death, the muscles so relaxed, the face so without the animating spark. A death mask is almost an intrusion on a beautiful memory. And yet, who could throw away the casting of a loved one? Who would not want to study it longingly, as the distance freight train blows its mournful tone?"
S00E55 Log Lady Introduction: The Condemned Woman 00/00/0000 "A hotel. A nightstand. A drawer pull on the drawer. A drawer pull of a nightstand in the room of a hotel. What could possibly be happening on or in this drawer pull? How many drawer pulls exist in this world? Thousands, maybe millions. "What is a drawer pull? This drawer pull--why is it featured so prominently in a life or in a death of one woman who was caught in a web of power? Can a victim of power end in any way connected to a drawer pull? How can this be?"
S00E56 Log Lady Introduction: Wounds and Scars 00/00/0000 "Sometimes--well, let's say all times--things are changing. We are judged as human beings on how we treat our fellow human beings. How do you treat your fellow human beings? At night, just before sleep, as you lay by yourself in the dark, how do you feel about yourself? Are you proud of your behavior? Are you ashamed of your behavior? You know in your heart if you have hurt someone--you know. If you have hurt someone, don't wait another day before making things right. The world could break apart with sadness in the meantime."
S00E57 Log Lady Introduction: On the Wings of Love 00/00/0000 "The beautiful thing about treasure is that it exists. It exists to be found. How beautiful it is to find treasure. Where is the treasure, that when found, leaves one eternally happy? I think we all know it exists. Some say it is inside us--inside us one and all. That would be strange. It would be so near. Then why is it so hard to find, and so difficult to attain?"
S00E58 Log Lady Introduction: Variations and Relations 00/00/0000 "Pie. Whoever invented the pie? Here was a great person. In Twin Peaks, we specialize in cherry pie and huckleberry pie. We do have many other types of pie, and at the Double R Diner, Norma knows how to make them all better than anyone I have ever known. "I hope Norma likes me. I know I like her and respect her. I have spit my pitch gum out of my mouth onto her walls and floors and sometimes onto her booths. Sometimes I get angry and do things I'm not proud of. I do love Norma's pies. I love pie *with* coffee."
S00E59 Log Lady Introduction: The Path to the Black Lodge 00/00/0000 "There are clues everywhere--all around us. But the puzzle maker is clever. The clues, although surrounding us, are somehow mistaken for something else. And the something else--the *wrong* interpretation of the clues--we call our world. Our world is a magical smoke screen. How should we interpret the happy song of the meadowlark, or the robust flavor of a wild strawberry?"
S00E60 Log Lady Introduction: Miss Twin Peaks 00/00/0000 (Holding log directly in front of her, instead of the usual position cradled in her arms.) "A log is a portion of a tree. (Turning end of log to camera.) At the end of a crosscut log--many of you know this--there are rings. Each ring represents one year in the life of the tree. How long it takes to a grow a tree! "I don't mind telling you some things. Many things I, I musn't say. Just notice that my fireplace is boarded up. (She glances over her right shoulder at the fireplace and the camera moves over to it, where we see the opening covered by plywood.) There will never be a fire there. "On the mantelpiece, in that jar, are some of the ashes of my husband. (Camera pans up to the mantel where we see a vase, a pipe stand, and some old pictures--none recognizable.) (Camera pans back down to Log Lady.) "My log hears things I cannot hear. But my log tells me about the sounds, about the new words. Even though it has stopped growing larger, my log is aware."
S00E61 Log Lady Introduction: Beyond Life and Death 00/00/0000 "And now, an ending. Where there was once one, there are now two. Or were there always two? "What is a reflection? A chance to see two? When there are chances for reflections, there can always be two--or more. Only when we are everywhere will there be just one. "It has been a pleasure speaking to you." (Throughout the above, the camera has been slowing zooming in until only the Log Lady's face is framed. As she finishes speaking, the camera continues to zoom in. As it gets closer and closer, the Log Lady looks nervously up, down, and to her left, before staring straight ahead as the camera moves in through her left (our right) glass frame. As the iris of her left eye fills the screen, the screen turns completely white, then we hear a hissing sound, and then a 'door slamming' sound as the screen turns from white to black.)
S00E62 Interactive Map: Double R Diner 00/00/0000
S00E63 Interactive Map: Laura's Log 00/00/0000
S00E64 Interactive Map: Packard Lodge 00/00/0000
S00E65 Interactive Map: Packard Saw Mill Sheriff Station 00/00/0000
S00E66 Interactive Map: Ronette's Bridge 00/00/0000
S00E67 Interactive Map: The Great Northern 00/00/0000
S00E68 Interactive Map: The Roadhouse 00/00/0000
S00E69 Interactive Map: Town Sign 00/00/0000
S00E70 Caleb Deschanel Interview 00/00/0000
S00E79 Interview Al Strobel (The One-Armed Man) 00/00/0000
S00E80 Interview Dana Ashbrook (Bobby Briggs) 00/00/0000
S00E81 Interview Everett McGill (Big Ed Hurley) 00/00/0000
S00E82 Interview Grace Zabriskie (Sarah Palmer) 00/00/0000
S00E83 Interview Jennifer Lynch (Author Laura Palmer's Diary) 00/00/0000
S00E84 Interview Kimmy Robertson (Lucy Moran) 00/00/0000
S00E85 Interview Kyle MacLachlan (Special Agent Dale Cooper) 00/00/0000
S00E86 Interview Madchen Amick (Shelly Johnson) 00/00/0000
S00E87 Interview Michael Anderson (The Man from Another Place) 00/00/0000
S00E88 Interview Michael Horse (Deputy Tommy Hawk Hill) 00/00/0000
S00E89 Interview Miguel Ferrer (Albert Rosenfield) 00/00/0000
S00E90 Interview Peggy Lipton (Norma Jennings) 00/00/0000
S00E91 Interview Piper Laurie (Catherine Martell) 00/00/0000
S00E92 Interview Ray Wise (Leyland Palmer) 00/00/0000
S00E93 Interview Richard Beymer (Benjamin Horne) 00/00/0000
S00E94 Interview Richard Beymer (Benjamin Horne) 00/00/0000
S00E95 Interviews Don Davis (Major Garland Briggs) 00/00/0000
S00E96 Interview Sheryl Lee (Laura Palmer) 00/00/0000
S00E97 Interview Wendy Robie (Nadine Hurley) 00/00/0000
S00E98 A Slice of Lynch 30/10/2007 David Lynch, Mädchen Amick, Kyle MacLachlan and John Wentworth reminisce about "Twin Peaks" while seated at a diner counter.
S00E99 SNL Monologue - Kyle MacLachlan 00/00/0000
S00E100 SNL Twin Peaks Sketch 00/00/0000
S00E101 Georgia Coffee Commercials (Japan) 00/00/0000
S00E102 Lost & Found: Twin Peaks Outtakes 00/00/0000
S00E103 Julee Cruise music video: "Falling" 00/00/0000
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