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Twin Peaks
  • Rating: 8,90
  • Year of issue: 1990

A small town near a lake seems light and friendly. Its residents are so nice… until one day the body of a schoolgirl is discovered. The FBI agent Dale Cooper is going to find out the real nature and essence of life in Twin Peaks.

  • An eccentric, mystical FBI agent arrives in the small Pacific Northwest town of Twin Peaks to investigate the murder of a young high school girl.
  • Agent Cooper finds a great cup of coffee and the world's worst cup of coffee on the same day. Big Ed reveals his beer had probably been drugged. Mrs. Palmer has a terrible vision.
  • Special Agent Cooper has an insightful dream. The Horne brothers take a trip to One Eyed Jacks. And Donna Hayward and James Hurley find they are in love.
  • The people of Twin Peaks gather for Laura Palmers funeral. Agent Cooper interprets his dream about the killer. Truman reveals to Cooper the secret of the Bookhouse Boys.
  • Cooper and Truman track down the one armed man and some strange new evidence in Laura Palmers murder. Norma Jennings goes to a parole board hearing for her husband. Audrey Horne decides to begin her own investigation.
  • Cooper, Truman, Hawk, and Dr. Hayward venture into the woods and have tea with the Log Lady and discover a crime scene in the woods. Audrey Horne takes a job at her father's department store to look further into her own investigation where Laura also worked. Hank Jennings returns from prison to a job at the Double R Diner, while Norma is unaware about the two-faced Hank's intentions. James and Donna show Maddy Ferguson there findings and enlist her help in Laura's murder. Meanwhile, Jerry Horne invites some randy Icelandic businessmen to the Great Northern Hotel to …
  • Agent Cooper lets the seductive Audrey down easy by having a night-long talk with her about life and love. The following day, Agent Cooper and Bookhouse Boy Big Ed decide to pay a special visit to One Eyed Jacks to find Jacques Renault. Unknown to Cooper, Audrey goes undercover as a hostess at One Eyed Jacks and persuades Blackie to hire her. Josie Packard shares her suspicions with Truman about Catherine Martell's intentions. But Catherine learns that both Ben Horne and Josie are planing to murder her. A wounded Leo, now a fugitive, learns about Jacques Mina bird at …