Twin Peaks S01E03 – Rest in Pain

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Twin Peaks S01E03 – Rest in Pain

Cooper and Audrey Horne share breakfast, as he realizes she had slipped a note under his hotel room door; the note referred to One-Eyed Jacks, a brothel over the Canadian border. When she leaves, Cooper discusses his dream with Sheriff Harry S. Truman, believing it to be a coded solution to the murder.

Cooper’s colleague, Albert Rosenfield wishes to conduct a further post-mortem on Laura’s body, but it is due to be released for the funeral that day. As the argument grows more heated, Truman ends it by punching Rosenfield and knocking him down. Later, Rosenfield shares what he has found; Laura had been bound when she was killed, had been addicted to cocaine, and had been clawed by a bird. An unidentified plastic shard was also found in her stomach.

Leland Palmer is at home when he is visited by his niece, Madeline Ferguson (Lee). Ferguson is identical to Laura save for having black hair, not blonde. At the same time, Cooper and Truman question Johnson about Laura’s death, believing him to be lying when he denies knowing her. Later, Hurley arrives at Laura’s funeral late, watching from a distance. Briggs begins to accost the mourners, accusing them of doing nothing when they knew Laura had been troubled. Hurley intervenes and the two begin fighting; Leland falls on the casket as it is being lowered into the grave, sobbing uncontrollably.

That night, Cooper, Truman, Deputy Hawk and Ed Hurley meet at the RR Diner. Truman explains that someone has been smuggling cocaine into town; he suspects that Jacques Renault , bartender at the town’s Roadhouse Bar, is involved. He also explains that the woods around the town seem to contain a “darkness”, and reveals that there is a secret society of men gathered to stand watch against this: the Bookhouse Boys. Truman and the others bring Cooper to their headquarters, where James has Jacques’ brother Bernard bound and gagged. They question Bernard but he denies any crime.

Elsewhere, Jacques realizes his brother is in trouble, and calls Johnson for help. When Johnson leaves, his abused wife Shelley hides a gun in a secret drawer. Meanwhile, sawmill owner Josie Packard tells Truman, her lover, that her sister-in-law Catherine Martell is scheming to take over the mill. Packard knows there are two account books, one fake and one real, but cannot locate the real one Martell has been hiding.

 

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