Twin Peaks 2 Seasons 1991

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Truman puts Hank in prison for the attempted murder of Leo, while Hank points the finger at Josie for the murder of Andrew Packard. Albert reveals that Josie shot Cooper.

Starring:
Kyle MacLachlan, Michael Ontkean
Runtime:
48 minutes
Original air date:
February 16, 1991

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The Condemned Woman

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    1. May the Giant Be With You A wounded Agent Cooper has a vision of a giant who gives him several clues about the murder of Laura Palmer. Shelly and Pete recover from the mill fire, but Josie and Catherine are missing.

    TV-PG 1h 35min September 30, 1990
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    2. Coma Albert determines that neither Leo nor Jaqcues killed Laura, but he is unable find any leads into who shot Cooper. Cooper says they must find the third man, who he believes to be Bob, the gray-haired man. Albert reports that Cooper's ex-partner, Windom Earle, escaped from an insane asylum.

    TV-PG 47min October 6, 1990
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    3. The Man Behind the Glass Ronette is attacked in her hospital bed by an unseen person. Jean Renault, brother of Jacques and Bernard, plans to blackmail Ben Horne for the release of Audrey. Donna meets with Harold Smith, a shut-in who had befriended Laura. Albert and Truman have a strange confrontation.

    TV-PG 48min October 13, 1990
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    4. Laura's Secret Diary Leland confesses to killing Jacques Reanult. Andy wants to take a new sperm count test. Rumor spreads that a food critic is coming to Twin Peaks. Jean asks Ben to set a trap for Cooper in exchange for Audrey's life.

    TV-PG 47min October 13, 1990
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    5. The Orchid's Curse Cooper discovers he had forgotten about the message under his bed. Shelly and Bobby begin Leo's home care. Sternwood hears pretrial motions and declares Leo not fit for trial.

    TV-PG 48min October 27, 1990
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    6. Demons James saves the girls from a tormented Harold. Cooper brings Audrey home. Bobby and Shelly learn that their insurance plans have backfired. Donna tries to convince Truman that Harold Smith has Laura's secret diary. Cooper's boss, Gordon Cole, arrives with an upsetting message for Cooper.

    TV-PG 48min November 3, 1990
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    7. Lonely souls Cooper and the One-Armed Man inspect guests at the Great Northern. Hawk finds Harold Smith dead by his own hand�with a mysterious suicide note and the diary torn to shreds. Leo speaks to Bobby about "new shoes." Audrey confronts her father about One Eyed Jacks.

    TV-PG 48min November 10, 1990
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    8. Drive With a Dead Girl Donna and James wonder why Maddy left so suddenly. Norma's mother arrives with news that she's married a new man, Ernie Niles. Cooper tells Leland they arrested Ben Horne for Laura's murder. Ben tells Jerry the only person who can prove his innocence is the missing Catherine. The One-Armed Man escapes custody.

    TV-PG 48min November 17, 1990
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    9. Arbitrary Law Albert returns to examine Maddy. Cooper asks for twenty-four hours to finish his case. James and Donna reaffirm their love. Andy accidentally leads Donna and Cooper back to Mrs. Tremond's house. Cooper is given a missing page from Laura's diary, describing the same dream he had.

    TV-PG 47min December 1, 1990
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    10. Dispute Between Brothers Leland is laid to rest and Sarah Palmer tries to accept all that has happened to her family. Dr. Jacoby returns from Hawaii. Cooper prepares to leave Twin Peaks. Mayor Milford objects to his brothers engagement to a younger woman.

    TV-PG 48min December 8, 1990
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    11. Masked Ball Mrs. Briggs talks about her husband's disappearance into the woods. Nadine is put on the wrestling team, where she falls for Mike Nelson. James is hired by a mysterious wealthy woman named Evelyn Marsh.

    TV-PG 48min December 15, 1990
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    12. The Black Widow Ben takes Bobby under his wing in a hope to destroy Hank and Jean. However, Ben's mental state is starting to crack. Cooper starts to look at buying real estate. Major Briggs's supervisor reveals that Briggs was studying transmissions from the woods. Andy and Dick learn of Little Nicky's troubled life.

    TV-PG 47min January 12, 1991
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    13. Checkmate Major Briggs has no memory of the place he was taken, but now has an odd tattoo on his neck. Andy and Dick break into Little Nicky's files. Mike and Nadine begin an affair.

    TV-PG 47min January 19, 1991
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    14. Double Play Windom Earle has taken his first victim in the deadly chess game. Audrey tells Bobby they have to save Ben from his civial war fantasy. Leo awakes and attacks Shelly, but Bobby is able to fend him off. Doc Hayward offers the true story of Little Nicky's past.

    TV-PG 47min February 2, 1991
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    15. Slaves and Masters The police look for James in the Marsh murder. Bobby and Shelly tell Truman Leo escaped and Bobby reveals that he saw Hank shoot Leo the night the mill burned. Albert returns to Twin Peaks with information on Windom Earle, and ends up looking at Josie for the murder of Jonathan and the attempted murder of Cooper.

    TV-PG 47min February 9, 1991
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    16. The Condemned Woman Truman puts Hank in prison for the attempted murder of Leo, while Hank points the finger at Josie for the murder of Andrew Packard. Albert reveals that Josie shot Cooper.

    TV-PG 48min February 16, 1991
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    17. Wounds and Scars Harry sinks into a deep depression after Josie's death. Josie's body holds more questions then answers. Norma's troubled sister, Annie, arrives in Twin Peaks. Wheeler and Audrey hit it off.

    TV-PG 46min March 28, 1991
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    18. On the Wings of Love Harry is attacked by Jones in his sleep. Audrey and Wheeler begin a relationship. Gordon Cole returns with a report that Windom Earle worked with Major Briggs on Project Bluebook.

    TV-PG 47min April 1, 1991
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    19. Variations On Relations Cooper and company find the mysterious petroglyph. Windom Earle befriends a rock and roll youth, and tells him tales of places called the White and Black Lodge. Pete helps Catherine open the first puzzle box. Lana wants Milford to rig Miss Twin Peaks. Annie and Cooper go for a nature walk.

    TV-PG 47min April 11, 1991
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    20. The Path to the Black Lodge Bobby and Shelly reaffirm their love. Cooper calls Shelly, Donna and Audrey together to warn them about Earle. Briggs shows Cooper a tape of Windom Earle making a report on his quest for the Black Lodge. Donna discovers pictures of her mom and Ben Horne. Wheeler is called away on an emergency. Leo worries about Shelly.

    TV-PG 47min April 18, 1991
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    21. Miss Twin Peaks Windom Earle sets his sites on the Miss Twin Peaks contest. Lucy chooses a father for her baby. Leo is punished when he frees Major Briggs. Cooper unlocks the key to entering the Black Lodge.

    TV-PG 47min June 10, 1991
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    22. Beyond Life and Death Agent Cooper follows Windom Earle and Annie into the depths of the Black Lodge. Big Ed and Norma get a shock when Nadine suffers head trauma. Andrew and Pete unlock Eckhardt's final box while Audrey stages her act of civil disobedience.

    TV-PG 51min June 10, 1991

Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller, Mystery
Director Lesli Linka Glatter
Starring Kyle MacLachlan, Michael Ontkean
Supporting actors Mädchen Amick, Dana Ashbrook, Richard Beymer, Lara Flynn Boyle, Sherilyn Fenn, Warren Frost, Peggy Lipton, James Marshall, Everett McGill, Jack Nance, Kimmy Robertson, Joan Chen, Piper Laurie, Eric DaRe, Michael Horse, Kenneth Welsh, Billy Zane, Miguel Ferrer
Season year 1991
Network CBS
Executive Producer Robert Engels
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4,060 of 4,071 people found the following review helpful By Brian H. VINE VOICE on June 1, 2004
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Ok, so this is a cheesy gimmick, and not the type of thing I would normally do, but desperate times...
If you are looking forward to season 2 on dvd, and the producers & studio are royally pissing you off because they can't get off their you-know-whats and just release it, then give this review a "found it helpful" nod. Let's show them how much we are all looking forward to this release. Season 1 came out so long ago, and those of us who refuse to buy the horribly-reviewed VHS version of season 2 are jonesing for this.
So let's see it. Who's with me?
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1,135 of 1,140 people found the following review helpful By Susan E. Slattery on October 28, 2002
Well, when it aired, they withheld the last six episodes -- and folks had to send naked Barbie dolls wrapped in plastic and logs and donuts to Robert Iger, the network big wig. Now it looks like we have to picket to get those episodes on DVD. What gives? Haven't we already proven that Twin Peaks fans are devoted, if not rabid? Why is it that a billion copies of Dumb & Dumber can't get to DVD fast enough, while something as masterful as Twin Peaks languishes in pre-production yet again? Listen, not everyone is an idiot out here in audience land. Some of us occasionally enjoy something intellectual. SEND US TWIN PEAKS, SEND US THE SECOND SEASON ALREADY, or you can bet I'll be slaying Barbies and shipping them with logs to somebody.
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69 of 70 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 29, 2004
Hey Folks, some good news here...the following appeared at Moviehole.net, October 22:

LynchNet site reports that the Season 2 DVD (which was supposed to be released late `04) was delayed because Paramount plans on releasing the DVD on a global scale. "Paramount say it's almost a sure thing that you'll see Season Two, as well as a re-release of Season One with the Pilot included, released by Paramount as soon as the rights revert back to them around September 2005.

The current rights holder, Lion's Gate (formally Artisan) has no plans to further exploit Twin Peaks or any of it's Spelling Entertainment titles due to the short time frame they have before the rights are lost. So it's all up to Paramount now.

Our sources also tell us that part of the reason for the delay of Season Two in other international regions is to have one big release worldwide around the same time in every country, US included. So for you folks overseas, you're also being affected by the rights issue here in the US. The other, though somewhat lesser reason for the delay is to allow more time to work on bonus features", says the site.

Nice. It's still coming. But how about "Fire Walk with Me"? Is there truly any chance of seeing that Directors Cut? (for the unswerved, Lynch was forced to cut hours from the film for its original theatrical run - and that's basically the reason why it makes no frickin' sense). Maybe. Another top Lynch resource, Dugpa.com, has contacted the studio who planned on releasing the cut bits, and got a favourable response back. "MK2 has been getting lots of support from the fans to release FWWM on DVD with Deleted Scenes.
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69 of 70 people found the following review helpful By A Fell on January 8, 2003
I gather from other websites that Artisan's Home Entertainment division has been contacted and a Season Two DVD set doesn't show up on their 2003 production calendar. Pressure needs to be applied to Artisan. What on earth is the point of releasing the first season and stopping there?
This situation is all the more frustrating when you see that the DVD marketplace is currently swimming with the re-released film and TV garbage of the past 30 years.
We want the rest of Twin Peaks.
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58 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Slaartibartfass on May 11, 2005
As I already posted in the review section for Season 1 a few days ago: It is now pretty certain that Paramount will do a worldwide release of Season 2 at the end of 2005 or the beginning of 2006 - a lot of bonus material has already been compiled, but they still have to do a video transfer and a 5.1 audio remastering of the episodes (which takes time...). If you want more info, go to: [...]

Can't wait to see Season 2 in all its glory returning to my TV!
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64 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Vicki Sundberg on August 19, 2005
TWIN PEAKS******Please hurry and bring out season 2, with All the episodes that were made. Also the series PILOT. As an avid fan of Twin Peaks, I thought it gave a little depth to TV where a person could just sit down and watch glued to thier seats, waiting for the next episode. Talk about suspense. This was one of the best shows. The opening was of beautiful mountains and the music was great. I even bought the Twin Peaks CD soundtrack when it came out. It never fails. When ever TV puts a series on that grabbs the people it gets dropped because of the ratings. Well try putting the little black boxes in homes where we appreciate good TV. Its not fair that EVERYONE doesn't get a vote in what we enjoy seeing.
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83 of 86 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 3, 2003
Ok, I am getting pretty tired of the "higher ups" dicking us around with the release of this season 2 DVD. As with all the other fellow Peakers out there, I too have the awful 29 episodes on tape. I actually returned the tapes because they were so bad in quality, only to realize that the new set they gave me was no better. When I bought Season 1 on DVD, I was so happy to see such wonderful clarity, sound...everything!! I really hope these people get their act together already and quit teasing us with a release date for Season 2. It would really ... to just have Season 1...and have to watch the rest of the series on my ... VHS tapes. They did such a wonderful thing by putting Season 1 on DVD...I just don't see the big deal about getting the rest on DVD....what is the friggin hold up!
A very disgusted peaker.....
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