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Twin Peaks recap: The Return Part 3 and 4

After a dark premiere, the third and fourth part sof Twin Peaks return to its darkly comic roots. Characters like Gordon Cole and Sheriff Truman also return.

May 21st was like Christmas morning for die-hard fans of Twin Peaks. Shortly after the two-part premiere wrapped up, episodes 3 and 4 were made available for streaming. It s not often that four episodes of a TV show are released so close together, but perhaps that was David Lynch s way of making up for being off the air for over 25 years.

The very confusing storyline and Black Lodge scenes in the premiere may have put off some new viewers, while returning viewers found it to be much darker than anything from the original series. At this point in his career, though, it s clear that Lynch s work isn t for everyone. But while these two episodes remained as confusing as ever, they were much lighter in tone.

Twin Peaks: The Return Part 3 recap

We pick up with Cooper, who is still in a freefall. He finally lands on a world that has a purple landscape, overlooking the ocean. He notices a doorway to a room, and when he opens it, a woman with no eyelids looks back at him. The camera constantly flutters in and out of control, giving the scene a very distorted look. When Cooper asks the lady where they are, the woman gives an incoherent answer. Something starts banging on the door, but she urges Cooper not to answer it. She then gets up and redirects him to another door with a ladder. As they climb up the ladder, it is revealed that he s in a compartment floating out in space. Once the woman reaches the object on the roof of the compartment, she pulls a lever. It electrocutes her and causes her to fall back. But when Cooper looks out into space, he notices a face staring back at him that says blue rose. He closes the latch and goes back down, and when he returns to the main room, he finds the woman with eyes, this time staring back at him.

Evil Cooper is still driving along the South Dakota highway, but as he is, Cooper notices something on the wall. The woman tells him when you get there, you will already be there. The object on the wall electrocutes him and causes evil Cooper to start losing control. The woman tells him that her mother s coming. Cooper gets sucked into the wall, leaving his shoes behind, while his doppelganger crashes into the mountains. When he looks up, red curtains emerge in front of him. Another manifestation of Cooper (named Dougie) is shown in a house in Vegas, with a prostitute by his side. He s wearing a ring that s the same color as the plug in Cooper s car. After he throws up on the carpet, he spots red curtains and gets sucked into the Black Lodge. The Cooper in the car also pukes violently before passing out. Inside the Black Lodge, Dougie sees the one-armed man, who tells him someone manufactured you for a purpose, but I think now that s been fulfilled. He looks over and sees his hands shrinking, while the ring on his finger falls off. His head pops off and a bubble emerges out of a cloud of smoke. The one-armed man picks up the ring and the bubble, and leaves it on a table.

Back at the house, lights start blinking out of a plug and the real Cooper emerges. The prostitute asks him where he got that slick haircut and suit but notices he doesn t have his shoes. Cooper is totally unresponsive and acts like an alien that just landed on Earth. When she searches his pockets for car keys, she finds a room key for the Great Northern Hotel. She has to give him a ride, but as they leave, two people come over to scope out the house. One of them has a rifle in his car and would ve shot Cooper had he not bent down to pick up his dropped room key. The other guy leaves a bomb underneath his car, while next door, a girl is shown mixing pills with whiskey. A young child is with her that better not be her kid. Police cars arrive at the scene of the crash. One of the cops keels over at the stench of evil Cooper, and the other one radios for back-up and to bring gas masks.

Back at the Twin Peaks Sheriff s Department, the cops are laying out files to see if something s missing. Andy and Lucy are confused as to how to find something that s missing. When Hawk says it has to do with his heritage, Lucy says somewhat insensitively that he s an Indian. Lucy has a eureka moment when she says that a chocolate bunny is missing because she ate it. Hawk dismisses it as crazy, but then thinks that it could be about the bunny. Dr. Jacoby puts the shovels he had delivered to good use by hanging them up and spray-painting them with gold. The prostitute drops Cooper off at a casino, saying he ll find help in there. He remains unresponsive, but when she tells him you can go out now, he flashes back to Laura Palmer telling him that. As he tries to walk through the automatic doors, he looks disoriented. He walks up to a security guard, flashes the $5 bill the prostitute gave him and says call for help. He gets the money exchanged for chips and walks over to the slot machines.

Suddenly, he notices an image pop up near a machine, so he walks over to it and starts playing. He manages to win, then sees the image reappear near another machine. He wins there too, and the employees take note of his incredibly good luck. He tries to point someone else in the direction of another winning machine, but she doesn t listen. But when she sees Cooper win at another machine, she goes over to it and wins too.

The FBI is investigating a man who killed his wife, with an array of clues left on the table. Gordon Cole is there, and his hearing is slightly better. However, when it s just Cole, Albert and a female agent in the room, she tells them about the glass box in New York. As they try to figure out the mysterious figure that was there, they get a call from someone who says they ve found Dale Cooper. Cole arranges to meet with him at South Dakota they ve got the wrong Coop.

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References

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ALEA announces five arrests on child pornography charges after Operation Standing Guard

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WIAT) Alabama s Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) task force, hosted by the State Bureau of Investigation, conducted an operation on May 16-18 in three counties, resulting in five arrests on Child Pornography charges, according to a release from ALEA. The ICAC Task Force conducted Operation Standing Guard in Jefferson, Shelby, and St. Clair Counties. During the three-day operation, six warrants were served, five individuals were arrested, and four child victims were identified. In Jefferson County, two individuals were taken into custody. Marc Sussman, 61, was arrested on six counts of Possession of Child Pornography and is awaiting trial in the Jefferson County Jail on $90,000 bond. Corey Melton, 37, of Hueytown was arrested on five counts of Possession of Child Pornography, two counts of Dissemination of Child Pornography, and one count of ex-felon in possession of a firearm. Melton is also in the Jefferson County Jail on a $125,000 bond.

Three people were arrested in St. Clair County. Delbert Sargeant, 56, of Springville, and Thomas Duke, 31, of Odenville, were both arrested on four counts of Possession of Child Pornography each. They re awaiting trial in the St. Clair County Jail on $400,000 bond each. Brian Rooks, 34, of Odenville was arrested on five counts of Possession of Child Pornography and is being held in the St. Clair County Jail on $500,000 bond. The ICAC is continually looking for new partners to join their team, and can be reached by calling

ALEA announces five arrests on child pornography charges after …

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WIAT) Alabama s Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) task force, hosted by the State Bureau of Investigation, conducted an operation on May 16-18 in three counties, resulting in five arrests on Child Pornography charges, according to a release from ALEA. The ICAC Task Force conducted Operation Standing Guard in Jefferson, Shelby, and St. Clair Counties. During the three-day operation, six warrants were served, five individuals were arrested, and four child victims were identified. In Jefferson County, two individuals were taken into custody. Marc Sussman, 61, was arrested on six counts of Possession of Child Pornography and is awaiting trial in the Jefferson County Jail on $90,000 bond. Corey Melton, 37, of Hueytown was arrested on five counts of Possession of Child Pornography, two counts of Dissemination of Child Pornography, and one count of ex-felon in possession of a firearm. Melton is also in the Jefferson County Jail on a $125,000 bond.

Three people were arrested in St. Clair County. Delbert Sargeant, 56, of Springville, and Thomas Duke, 31, of Odenville, were both arrested on four counts of Possession of Child Pornography each. They re awaiting trial in the St. Clair County Jail on $400,000 bond each. Brian Rooks, 34, of Odenville was arrested on five counts of Possession of Child Pornography and is being held in the St. Clair County Jail on $500,000 bond. The ICAC is continually looking for new partners to join their team, and can be reached by calling

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