Twin Peaks (1990–1991)
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Episode #2.12 

Cooper visits Dead Dog Farm. Thanks to Audrey, he also finds a clue that could help him clear his name. Nadine gets on the wrestling team to seduce Mike, while Dick Tremayne and Andy confront concerns over little Nicky's shady past.

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Shelly Johnson (as Madchen Amick) (credit only)
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Donna Hayward
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Norma Jennings
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Ben Horne continues to slip deeper into insanity while Bobby tries to win his admiration by tailing Hank Jennings and photographs him in a drug- dealing meeting. Cooper looks into real estate to buy in thought of staying in Twin Peaks and uncovers recent drug activity at a run-down house called Dead Dog Farm. Audrey helps Cooper prove his innocence of the drug-dealing charges by showing him the photos Bobby took, in which Cooper and Agent Bryson approach the weak-willed Ernie Niles to persuade him to turn in Jean Renault, Hankm and the corrupt Mountie, King. Meanwhile, Truman investigates when Dougie Milford dies from a heart attack on his wedding night, over which Mayor Milford insists that Lana Budding be charged with murder through sex. Cooper and Truman receive a visit from a visiting Air Force colonel investigating Major Briggs' disappearance who tells them about the Major's top-secret search for the so-called White Lodge. Elsewhere, Dick Tremayne takes Little Nicky out camping ... Written by Anonymous

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The map which Col. Riley uses to indicate the source of the mysterious messages is actually of Los Padres National Forest and Lake Cachuma Recreational Area, near Santa Barbara, California. See more »

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DEA Agent Dennis: [Denise has just witnessed Audrey kiss Cooper] Now can we talk about something more important? Exactly how old is that "girl"?
Special Agent Dale Cooper: Denise, I would assume you are no longer interested in girls!
DEA Agent Dennis: Coop, I may be wearing a dress - but I still put my panties on one leg at a time if you know what I mean!
Special Agent Dale Cooper: Not really...
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References Teen Witch (1989) See more »

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Twin Peaks Theme (Instrumental)
Written by Angelo Badalamenti
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this is what happens when idiots get their hands on things other people made
3 September 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Awful. Shame on the writers shame on the directors shame on the "network executives". How do they stay in business when their output is such drivel. The story. The dialogue. The music. Just removing most of the music would make this a lot better. Maybe you could cut this down to ten minutes. When shows go bad. The free market delivers this, garbage. Idiots in control of the money. In the intervening years beteen episodes 1-16 and series three, we got The Wire, Breaking Bad and that's about it. TV might have high production values these days, but the content is still boring old rubbish. Fargo manages the problem well, with single self contained series. No season 3 or 4. Just one complete story that can get all the way through before some dreadful union director or well connected but abysmal writer fcks up first one episode and then another. Recently, I noticed a show called The Expanse go from great to awful and you can blame is squarely on bad directors and bad writers. You look at their IMDb credits and they do one episode here, one episode there. With these guys you can see they screwed this up so bad they never got a chance to bugger it up again. But the music, so bad. Absolute trash.


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