7:3 – Andy in the field

It's a rare thing for us to see Deputy Andy Brennan (Harry Goaz) in the field on his own. Throughout the first two seasons of the show he provided backup assistance (or ineptitude) to Sheriff Truman (Michael Ontkean) and Deputy Hawk (Michael Horse), or else could be found navigating the pitfalls of romance back at … Continue reading 7:3 – Andy in the field

6:12 – Cleaning up

We return to the town of Twin Peaks for the remainder of Part 6 and are treated to a brief scene in which Richard Horne (Eamon Farren) brings his truck to a stop in a field in order to wipe some of the blood off of it from his hit-and-run earlier in the day. He … Continue reading 6:12 – Cleaning up

6:6 – 324810-6

The next few scenes link together as one sequence. At the Double R diner, a woman named Miriam Sullivan (Sarah Jean Long) sits in a booth talking to Heidi (Andrea Hays) about cupcakes. The two women giggle together about deserts. Shelly (Mädchen Amick) chimes in that Miriam is one of their best pie customers (a … Continue reading 6:6 – 324810-6

6:4 – The magician longs to see

Out at a sawmill (the lumber trade remains a prolific source of employment in the Pacific Northwest), Richard Horne (Eamon Farren) meets with Red (Balthazar Getty) - previously seen at the Roadhouse at the end of Part 2. They meet in a shed riddled with bullet holes, the locale evoking a mix of the grim … Continue reading 6:4 – The magician longs to see

5:15 – Trouble

Our visit to the Roadhouse this time isn't at the very end of the episode, but here - the first time The Return has broken formula since it established the closing songs at the end of Part 2. The band Trouble play a jazzy stomp called 'Snake Eyes' that was written especially for the scene. … Continue reading 5:15 – Trouble