Twin Peaks the Return, episode 17

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Dali the Last Supper Custom Framed & Mated Finest Quality – Etsy Cole sits in his chair contemplating his gun and lamenting that he could not shoot Diane. Albert tells him that he’s getting soft in his old age to which Cole replies “not where it counts buddy.” Tammy smirks and they toast the FBI. Cole then says “now listen. For twenty-five years I’ve kept something from you Albert. Before he disappeared Major Briggs shared with me and Cooper his discovery of an entity, an extreme negative force called in olden times Jowday. Over time it became Judy. Major Briggs Cooper and I put together a plan that could lead us to Judy and then something happened to Major Briggs and something happened to Cooper. Phillip Jeffries, who doesn’t really exist anymore, at least not in a normal sense, told me a long time ago he was on to this entity and he disappeared. Now the last thing Cooper told me was ‘if I disappear like the others do everything you can to find me. I’m trying to kill two birds with one stone.’”-   Season 3, episode 17, 2:00-4:00.   Cole continues, saying that the informant Ray Monroe said the Doppelgänger was searching for coordinates.   Cole gets a call from Vegas telling him they have found Dougie Jones at the hospital but he’s not there. Bushnell Mullins then barges in on the hapless Las Vegas FBI Agents, whom Albert is likening to the Marx Brothers, and commandeers their phone. He reads Gordon Cole a letter telling him “Dougie wanted me to read you this. ‘I am headed for Sheriff Truman’s; it is 2:53 in Las Vegas and that adds up to ten, the number of completion.’” – Season 3, episode 17, 6:00.   Tammy and Albert start going through their files on Dougie Jones and it dawns on them that Dougie is Cooper. Cole tells them he knows where Cooper is headed and they leave immediately. At the Twin Peaks Sheriff’s Department James and Freddie wonder what the now fussing Naido is as the drooling Zombie continues to repeat everything said in the other cells. Electricity crackles and pops through overhead power lines and the Doppelgänger drives down a dark forest road. It’s daylight when he reaches the coordinates in what looks to be terrain very similar to Blue Pine Mountain. There is a burning puddle of lava at the foot of a sapling Sycamore. A portal opens up in the overhead tree tops and the Doppelgänger is sucked through it. The view now shows his facial image in a cubical cage in the great room of the Matron and the Giant. It is suspended on the left of the giant screen, to the right floats the oval image of Major Briggs face.  The Giant changes the picture from the Palmer home to the road in front of the sheriff’s station and the Doppelgänger, cage and all, is sucked through the golden Glocke on the ceiling and deposited into the screen in the same manner as the golden sphere […]
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