Counting this one, five episodes left! (I’d thought it was four a moment ago until I looked it up! I’m running out of time!!)
And that’s all I have to say about that.
Gordon Cole’s back with a bit of news: Windom Earle was loaned out to the Air Force to help with Project Blue Book. Cooper is reinstated into the FBI. Speaking of Windom Earle, he continues to insinuate himself into Twin Peaks and the fringes of Cooper’s life, and also continues to try to combine chess and playing cards. BECAUSE HE IS A LUNATIC.
Also, Cooper combines Major Briggs’s tattoo with the Log Lady’s and makes a design that’s actually in a place called Owl Cave. “Harry, tonight you and I are going to do a little spelunking!” (Okay, that’s actually from a remarkably prescient SNL sketch.)
And, of course of course, Windom Earle comes along later, fondles the rod, and the whole thing just shakes and shimmies and falls to pieces.
The offered hangover cures from Coop and Gordon to Harry.
Least Favorite Moment:
Donna getting snippy with her dad because he’s not really up for telling her private details of her mom’s romantic past.
Right at the beginning: Whatsherface having her own personal kinky-time with Harry before trying to strangle him. Girl’s got some strange hobbies.
“She wants to speak to the South African Consulate.”
“…In Twin Peaks?”
“Why would Eckhardt want me dead?”
“I want to thank you for helping out with the Weasel Riot yesterday, which is more than I can say for a certain DICK we both know.”
Things I noticed for the first time:
Sparkwood & 21 traffic light count: 7
Waterfall close-up shot count: 12
Windblown trees shot count: 16
How’s Annie: She’s fine. She’s weird, actually. She’s disoriented. She’s not sure where she is. I mean, she knows where she is but it feels odd being there. She’s okay.