Twin Peaks

Season 2 Episode 21

Episode Twenty-Eight "Miss Twin Peaks" (1)

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Jun 10, 1991 on ABC
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Windom Earle sets his sites on the Miss Twin Peaks contest. Lucy chooses a father for her baby. Leo is punished when he frees Major Briggs. Cooper unlocks the key to entering the Black Lodge. Annie and Dale make a commitment to each other. Catherine and Andrew find a mysterious key. Donna confronts Ben Horne. The Miss Twin Peaks contest ends in chaos. Windom Earle kidnaps Annie. Andy deciphers the Owl Cave puzzle.

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  • Miss Twin Peaks

    6.0
    They did have me fooled as I really thought that was The Log Lady and not Windom Earle, but the show is really limping toward the finish line. That was not a good hour of TV at all.
David L. Lander

David L. Lander

Mr. Pinkle

Guest Star

Ian Buchanan

Ian Buchanan

Dick Tremayne

Recurring Role

Heather Graham

Heather Graham

Annie Blackburn

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Robyn Lively

Robyn Lively

Lana Milford

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  • TRIVIA (2)

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Log Lady intro: (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.)

      [i](Camera pans back down to Log Lady.)[/i] 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.

    • Andy: It's not a puzzle at all ... it's a map.

    • Doc Hayward: Our next entry is Lana Budding-Milford, who will perform a dance of... contortionistic Jazz exotica.

    • Andy: Could the 4H Club have anything to do with all this?

    • Cooper: I believe the Black Lodge is the source of what you've traditionally referred to here as the evil in the woods.

    • Windom Earle: No, no punishment little Leo. It's to late for that to do us any harm. And I have a new game for you.

    • Major Briggs: Garland? Odd name... Judy Garland?

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • The 4-H Club:
      Andy asks Truman if the petroglyph could have anything to do with the 4-H Club.

      The 4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills . Head, Heart, Hands, and Health are the four H's in 4-H.

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