Twin Peaks

Season 2 Episode 19

Episode Twenty-Six "Variations On Relations"

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Apr 11, 1991 on ABC
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Cooper and company find the mysterious petroglyph. Windom Earle befriends a rock and roll youth, and tells him tales of places called the White and Black Lodge. Pete helps Catherine open the first puzzle box. Lana wants Milford to rig Miss Twin Peaks. Annie and Cooper go for a nature walk. Cooper finds the poem Earle sent to the girls. He tells Harry it's a poem he once gave to Caroline. Major Briggs agrees to look into Earle's Project Bluebook work. Cooper deduces Leo Johnson is working with Earle. Shelly, Lucy, Donna, Nadine, Lana and Audrey enter Miss Twin Peaks. Mike tells Bobby about Nadine's special bedroom talents. Cole says goodbye to Shelly. Donna wants to know what is going on between her mom and Ben Horne. Treymayne hosts a wine tasting party. Windom Earle leaves his next victim and a terrifying promise for Cooper: "Next time, it will be someone you know."

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  • Episode Twenty Six

    6.5
    Not the best episode of Twin Peaks you will ever watch. I am not sure why the show continues to obsess over the Miss Twin Peaks contest, it just seems out of place for this show.
Lara Flynn Boyle

Lara Flynn Boyle

Donna Marie Hayward

Kimmy Robertson

Kimmy Robertson

Lucy Moran

Dana Ashbrook

Dana Ashbrook

Bobby Briggs

Warren Frost

Warren Frost

Dr. William Hayward

Kyle MacLachlan

Kyle MacLachlan

Special Agent Dale Cooper

Richard Beymer

Richard Beymer

Benjamin Horne

Ted Raimi

Ted Raimi

Heavy Metal Youth

Guest Star

John Charles Sheehan

John Charles Sheehan

Bellman

Guest Star

David Lynch

David Lynch

Gordon Cole

Recurring Role

Billy Zane

Billy Zane

John Justice Wheeler

Recurring Role

Ian Buchanan

Ian Buchanan

Dick Tremayne

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Log Lady intro:

      Pie. Whoever invented the pie? Here was a great person. In Twin Peaks, we specialize in cherry pie and huckleberry pie. We do have many other types of pie, and at the Double R Diner, Norma knows how to make them all better than anyone I have ever known.

      I hope Norma likes me. I know I like her and respect her. I have spit my pitch gum out of my mouth onto her walls and floors and sometimes onto her booths. Sometimes I get angry and do things I'm not proud of. I do love Norma's pies. I love pie with coffee.

    • Gordon Cole: YOU ARE ABOUT TO WITNESS A FRONT, THREE QUARTER'S VIEW OF TWO ADULTS SHARING A TENDER MOMENT.

    • Ben: We'll of course take care of your medical expenses.
      Dick: How kind. One might also think worker's compensation of some variety will be involved...
      Ben: Easily done.
      Dick: Capital, Mr. Horne. I'll alert my attorney.

    • Windom Earle: Once upon a time, there was a place of great goodness called the White Lodge. Fawns gamboled there amidst happy laughing spirits. The sounds of innocence and laughter filled the air. When it rained it rained sweet nectar that paralyzed the heart with the desire to live one's life in truth and beauty... Generally speaking, a ghastly place reeking of virtue's sour smell, engorged with the whispered prayers of kneeling mothers, mewling newborns, and fools young and old compelled to do good without reason. But, I am pleased to note, our story does not end in this place of saccharine excess. For there is another place, its opposite, of almost
      unimaginable power, chock full of dark forces and vicious secrets. No prayers dare penetrate this frightful maw. Spirits there care not for good deeds and priestly invocations. They are as like to rip the flesh from your bones as greet you with a happy g'day. And, if harnessed, these spirits, this hidden land of unmuffled screams and broken hearts, will offer up a power so vast that its bearer might reorder the earth itself to his liking. This place I speak of, is known as the Black Lodge. And I intend to find it.

  • NOTES (3)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Love's Philosophy:
      The poem Windom Earle sends out is the second stanza of "Love's Philosophy" by Percy Bysshe Shelley.:
      See the mountains kiss high Heaven, And the waves clasp one another; No sister-flower would be forgiven; If it disdained its brother.
      And sunlight clasps the earth,
      And the moonbeams kiss the sea;
      What are all these kissings worth
      If thou kiss not me?

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