This final episode takes place between: Sunday, March 26 - Monday, March 27
David Lynch is an uncredited co-writer of this episode. The script to this episode is extremely different from what aired. Lynch, unhappy with how the Black Lodge was depicted, rewrote the entire final sequence, as well as altering several of the smaller scenes.
The Man From Another Place: Wow, Bob, wow. Fire walk with me.
Log Lady intro:
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.
Cooper: How's Annie? How's Annie? How's Annie?
Originally edited together with Episode 28 to form a two-hour series finale on ABC Monday Night at the Movies.
Neilson Rating: 6.7/12 (With Episode 28), Number 59 for the week.
Instead of the usual closing credits, this episode features a shot of a coffee cup sitting on the table in the red room. Slowly, the smiling face of Laura Palmer appears in the coffee.
In this episode, Jimmy Scott performs "Sycamore Trees"
James Marshall, Joan Chen and Piper Laurie do not appear in this episode. Ray Wise returns to the regular cast.
A.K.A. "Beyond Life and Death"