After meeting Bill and Candy Shaker, friends of Dougie Jones, at the casino and learning roughly where he lived Cooper is driven ‘home’ by limo at the casino’s insistence. As the driver is getting Cooper out they hear an owl hooting. Startled, they both look up and see it gliding stealthily overhead in the darkness and the driver remarks “Dam, thing spooked me.” – Season 3, episode 4. 13:00. Cole meets with the FBI Chief of Staff a drag queen that calls itself Denise Bryson; played by David Duchovny who plays Fox Mulder the hero of the X Files. Back at Twin Peaks a schoolboy dies from an overdose of “Chinese designer drugs,” that are mysteriously making their way into Twin Peaks. Bobby Briggs is now a deputy. He tells Sheriff Frank Truman, Harry’s brother who has taken over for him in his illness that he does not think the drugs are coming in from Canada. He also tells the sheriff that Cooper, after getting out of the hospital the next day after he was found in Glastonbury Grove with Annie 25 years ago, met with his father right before he left town for good. The following day his father; Major Briggs died in a fire at the station. After searching the Red Room for a portal Mike manages to appear faintly to Cooper in his debilitated state as Dougie saying, “You see me now don’t you.” Holding up the gold orb, which they call a seed, he tells Cooper “you were tricked. Now one of you must die.” – Season 3, episode 4, 35:00. At the Blackthorn morgue the coroner Constance Talbot briefs Chief Boyd and Detective Macklay the results of the identity search for the male John Doe found in Ruth Davenport’s apartment. She is blocked access to the victim’s identity and records, which require military authorization. Cole arrives in South Dakota Airport with Albert and Tammy. They are greeted by two FBI agents, one who drives them to the prison where evil Cooper is being held. They are told by authorities there that Cooper threw up poison that ended up putting a state trooper in the hospital and they are presented with the contents found in the trunk of Coopers car: a kilo of cocaine, a machine gun, and a dogs leg. Albert remarks “What, no cheese and crackers?” (45:00). They then interview evil Cooper, who claims he has been working undercover with Phillip Jeffries since his disappearance and that he was on his way to inform Cole about his activities when he had his car accident which they know is a lie since his car was heading west in the opposite direction of Coles Philadelphia office when he crashed it. On the way out, Cole cryptically orders the warden to give Cooper his “private” phone call and to report back to him what was said. Cole dismisses Tammy so that he and Albert can speak privately. Albert admits to Cole that he authorized Jeffries to give Cooper information about their “man in Columbia” several years before, after […]
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