Anyway, I think that scene was very effective, especially the way it all faded back into the forest when the action was over. Like it's always there, if the right person, or right un-person, to use the Alice in Wonderland construction (always appropriate for Twin Peaks) happens to drive up.
Other good scenes include the couple with the guy with the gun in the forest, leaning against the mossy tree, she trying to seduce him out of not using the gun on himself, but getting uneasy, to say the least, when she starts to succeed. Something about that scene made a little more sense than usual, though I couldn't tell you exactly what.
And the good Cooper, still in a stupor, putting the right end of his metal fork into that electrical outlet. Good thing for the story it wasn't a plastic utensil. This definitely has to move the story along. I mean, either this will electrocute Cooper and send him back to the lodge, or it will literally shock him out of his stupor - I keep hoping.
I find the scene in jail - the combination of the guy with the beaten face and the woman with I don't know what kind of face - too unpleasant to talk about, so I won't.
Ok, there was one happy ending at the very beginning of the episode, but that's not all that much for 15 episodes in and not many more to go. See you here next week.
See also Twin Peaks: The Return 1.1-2: Superluminal Sans Cherry Pie ... 1.3-4: Coffee and Cole ... 1.5: The Mod Squad Meets Big Love in the Diner ... 1.6: Red Door and Childish Scribbles ... 1.7: Lost and Not Lost ... 1.8: Atom Bomb and Mr. Homn ... 1.9: "I Don't See No Hidden Buttons" ... 1.10: "No Stars" ... 1.11: Double Cherry Pie and Viva Las Vegas ... 1.12: No Song - Slim Hope of Deliverance ... 1.13: Humor ... 1.14: Painstaking Progress
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