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This episode takes place on: Monday, February 27
Notice that there is still work being done at the Sheriff's Department lobby (See Episode One).
GOOF: Walter Olkewicz's last name is misspelled in the credits as "Oklewicz."
Ben Horne's line about going to clean his "little Elvis" just after he had apparently slept with Catherine would not have made it past the censors so the director has him pull out an actual Elvis figurine from his pocket to deflect some attention away from his sexual innuendo.
This episode takes place on: Tuesday, February 28
Notice the map of Tibet now hanging on the chalkboard in the conference room.
Camera and crew are reflected in the police cruiser and a gas pump when Harry and Cooper visit Dr. Lydecker's office.
The scenes in the woods outside the cabin were filmed in Angeles National Forest, which is located in the San Gabriel Mountains overlooking the Los Angeles basin.
This episode takes place on: Wednesday, March 1
The book on Cooper's nightstand is Great Expectations by Charles Dickens.
GOOF: Dr. Hayward says that Renault's blood is AB negative. Later, Cooper uses this to rule him out as the killer when it doesn't match the blood found at the crime scene. HOWEVER, later in the second season the killer's blood is revealed to be...AB negative! Ooops. (See also Episode Sixteen)
Director Caleb Deschanel is married to Mary Jo Deschanel, who plays Mrs. Hayward. They have two daughters, actress Zooey Deschanel (The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy) and actress Emily Deschanel (Bones)
This episode takes place on: Wednesday, March 1 - Thursday, March 2
GOOF: The episode begins with a shot of a half-moon. However, in the previous episode (ie: the previous evening), the moon was shown as full. The moon could not have cycled so quickly.
The identity of the person who attacked Jacoby is never explicitly revealed but, according to Mark Frost's DVD commentary, it was the same person that killed Laura Palmer.
Goof: The necklace Donna discovers in Dr. Jacoby's office has the wrong cord. In the pilot episode, when James and Donna buried James's half of Laura's necklace in the woods, it clearly had a black leather cord instead of a gold chain. The necklace Donna finds in the coconut has a gold chain. Later, in episode 8, when James gives the necklace to Cooper in the police station, it once again has a leather cord. It's Laura's half of the necklace that had the gold chain.
Goof: When they are on the police station the boom man can be seen holding the microphone on the reflection on the doors.
This episode takes place on: Thursday, March 2.
This is the only episode of "Twin Peaks" that was directed by co-creator Mark Frost. However, Frost also directed all of the segments of "Invitation to Love" - the soap opera that is often seen on the character's televisions.
When Cooper picks up Audrey's note at the end of the previous episode it is addressed to "My Special Agent". When we see the note in this episode, it is simply addressed to "Agent Cooper".