Top 1000 Quotes From Twin Peaks

Dale: Have you got your stories straight yet?
Bobby: If we tell you the truth, we don't have to get our stories straight.

- Have you seen my tackle box?
- The next time you and the merry widow wanna take a peek in my safe, don't go to so much trouble.
- Be a man about it, Pete.
- Ask me to my face.
- Maybe I'll, um, check the truck.

- Cooper: Whew. Incredible.
- Hawk: We used to play here when I was a kid.
- Pretended it was haunted by fierce ghosts.
- Truman: Beer drinkers, by the look of it.
- Cooper: Where's the symbol?
- Hawk: This way.

- I thought that Jacques Renault had...
- No.
- You have a strong case against him?
- Yes, we do.
- Oh, god.
- Will you be all right, Leland?
- Oh.
- The law will handle this.
- As it should be.
- Thanks, Harry. Agent Cooper.

Deputy: [Dale and Harry are investigating a cabin in the woods as Andy covers them from the outside. He observes a car pulling up and several FBI agents, including Albert Rosenfield, emerge] Harry! You know who it is?
Dale: [Inside] What's that?
Deputy: It's Andy, seems pretty upset about something.
Deputy: Harry! It's Agent Rosenflower!
Deputy: [He runs toward the cabin, stepping on a loose board on the landing, which flies up and strikes him in the face. Dale and Harry emerge from the cabin]
Sheriff: Andy, are you all right?
Deputy: [Andy stumbles around on bowed legs, trying to regain his balance]
Albert: And it's another great moment in law enforcement history!

- How do I look?
- Well, you look fine, Nadine.
- Oh, ed.
- Last night was wonderful.
- Oh, my darling ed, you came back to me.
- Now I feel like we're really together again.

- Now is the winter of our discontent made glorious summer by this sun of York;

- I don't know you very well.
- No.
- I'm trying to learn how to trust my instincts.
- What are they saying?
- Trust.

- Any luck?
- I checked the personals columns in every national newspaper on the list, and I didn't see anything that looked like a chess deal or find any mention of the name windom earle.
- I'm sorry.
- It's okay.

Emory: You don't know what you're dealing with, Miss Horne. You don't know how deep you're in.
Audrey: Oh, yes I do. I'm Audrey Horne and I get what I want.

- I've got a chocolate-peanut butter pie.
- Norma, I'm serious.
- Bring the whole pie.
- I'll bring you two.
- Okay.
- Feel better, sweetie.
- Bye.

- Maybe later.
- Thanks for asking.
- This is for you.
- I'm a friend of Leo's.
- Who's Leo?
- Buy you a cocktail, Jacques?

- It's like a foreign language to me.
- I know just enough of the words to realize how little I understand.
- Man, I would love to see the world through your eyes.
- Why?
- Oh, there's some things
- I might do different if I had the chance.
- Me too.

- You set me up!
- You bitch! You bitch!
- I'll get you, you bitch.

- You better get Dr. Hayward.
- Tell him to meet me up at the packard mill, the dock right below the dam.
- And roust that Andy out of bed, tell him to get his butt up there now.
- What is it?
- We got a body up there.
- Lucy, not a word about this to anyone until you hear from me.

- Don't sound so disappointed.
- My god, Lucy.
- I'm so honored you made this decision.
- And I promise I'll be a great father.
- But right now
- I've got to find agent Cooper.

Leland: Through the dark of futures past, the magician longs to see. One chants out between two worlds, *fire* walk with me! I'll catch you with my death bag. You may think I've gone insane, but I promise I will kill again!

- It's all right, give him a kiss.
- A kiss?
- Uh-huh. Attaboy. Come on.
- Hello there, little pilgrim...
- Oh, no, no, no.
- Nobody panic. Don't panic.
- He's completely harmless.
- He's already endangered.

- Poor Leo. Ha-ha-ha.
- We are all love's fools, more or less.
- But you will learn, as I have, the value of hate.

Ben: [to Audrey Horne] If I EVER catch you doing something like this again, you're going to wind up scrubbing bidets in a Bulgarian convent!

- Heisenberg.
- Maybe we should go bowling.
- How about dancing?
- I don't know how.
- I'll teach you. It's easy.
- When?
- Tonight.

Josie: I won't leave this office without my money!
Ben: Why do I sense that this isn't a negotiable position?

- Seen Catherine?
- No, Pete.
- That's her car.
- Jesus god, you think she's still inside?
- I guess I'm gonna have to find out.
- Man: Pete, that ain't such a good idea.
- She's still my wife.

- They're going to be buried side by side.
- So they can keep an eye on each other.
- I guess you have your reasons to be bitter.
- Oh, just call me a healthy skeptic.
- Now, why did you really come to see me?
- I came here to give you a gift.
- May I?

Mayor: [Mayor Dwayne Milford is threatening to shoot Lana and Dr. Jacoby] Don't anybody move.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Mr. Mayor - put the gun down!
Mayor: Anybody moves and I'll blast her into kingdom come!
[Points to Dr. Jacoby]
Mayor: And the hippie too!

- What good would they do us now?
- And the baby, what if the lights went out in the hospital and we were in the elevator?"
- Then I'd help you have that baby right there in the elevator, in front of god and everybody.
- I love you.
- I love you.

- Gone fishing.
- The lonesome foghorn blows.

- And deep.
- And blue as the sky.
- Dummy, it's me. It's me.
- You look terrible.
- Just terrible. Ha, ha, ha.
- Just terrible. Ha, ha, ha.

- I've arranged for you to have a little chat with Hank before the hearing.
- He's glad you're here.
- I hope I didn't come on too strong yesterday.
- I'll be sure to tell him how helpful you've been, Mr. Mooney.

- Oh, I wish / was in the land of cotton old time there I've not forgotten look away, look away look away, Dixie land
- I wish I was in Dixie hooray, hooray in Dixie land I'll take my stand and live or die in Dixie

- If it was true with Andrew, you think they'll kill me too?
- Think they would?
- Josie, nothing is gonna happen to you.
- Not now, not ever.
- Not while I'm around.

- I'm looking for a biker named James.
- You look like someone in need of help.

- Is something wrong?
- No.
- You just frightened me, that's all.
- Uh, come here.
- Tell me about this orchid. This one.

Hank: OK, then here's the deal: you give me my alibi and I give you your divorce.
Norma: I didn't come here to negotiate with you. This is it, it's over.
Hank: Fine. Go ahead. You're his whore, Norma.
Norma: I'd rather be his whore than your wife.

- Good morning, officer Brennan.
- I sure wish you would stop calling me officer Brennan.
- Officer Andy, this is peak-activity time at the station switchboard.
- So it's really not convenient for me to talk right now.
- Twin peaks sheriff's station, may I help you?
- One moment, please.

Deputy: [Lucy has chosen Andy over Dick] My God, Lucy. I'm so honoured you made this decision. And I promise I'll be a great father. But right now, I've got to find Agent Cooper.
[He leaves]
Lucy: Men.

- It's a rare type, ab negative.
- The towel that deputy hawk found five miles down the tracks was soaked in blood of that type.
- He also found, near the towel, scraps of faded paper.
- Cooper: These scraps may have been left by the killer.
- They'll be sent back to Washington, DC, for testing.

- I'm gonna miss you like crazy.
- But you'll go away and you'll come back with great stories.
- And none of them are gonna be about Laura or maddy or Evelyn.
- Come with me.
- No.
- Well, then, I'll come back, I promise.

Agoraphobe: I thought you were pure!

[of Jacques Renault]
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Do you believe him?
Special: He's too stupid to lie.

- Why do you let him hurt you?
- Jeffrey's leaving.
- I need you. Will you help me?
- Man: Mr. Marsh.
- What do you mean?
- I need your help.
- Man 1: I'll put the bags in for you.
- Man 2: Very good, sir.

Dale: I still can't get the taste of fish-filtered coffee out of my mouth.

Ronette: Don't go there Laura! Don't go there!

- One likes to think so.
- One never knows.
- There may be a few t's left to cross.
- Good night.
- Mrs. Martell.
- I'll see myself out.

- The articles.
- Here, sire, the articles.
- Sir.
- The articles, sir.
- You will sign, general Grant.
- Oh, yes, yes, yes.
- And may I add that, that you've been a Valiant opponent of fine character.
- I thought the north won the civil war?

- James, you were placed under arrest for suspicion of murder.
- The murder of Laura Palmer.
- Now, you have no previous criminal record, is that correct?
- None. No, sir.

Dale: Harry, is that bag smiling?

- Screams far away.
- Terrible. Terrible.
- One voice.
- Man or girl?
- Girl.
- Further up. Over the Ridge.
- The owls were silent.

- "I'm a lonely soul."
- Poor guy.
- It's a good thing
- Andy didn't see this one.
- Cooper: Oh, yeah.
- Take a look at this.

The: [talking backwards; subtitled] She's my cousin... but doesn't she look almost exactly like Laura Palmer?

- Good work.
- Andy: "Gwen and Larry."
- Man: Adam's abortion clinic.
- Hi, is Lucy...? What?
- Adam's abortion clinic.
- Oh, my god.

Bobby: Norma, I'll see you in my dreams.
Norma: Not if I see you first.

Giant: [talking backwards; subtitled] One and the same.

- What are you seeing?
- They forgot there was no running water.
- Baby laxative.

- Hit it again.
James: There's gotta be a way to turn it off.
- My little coconut.
- James.
- Laura said something on her tape about a coconut.
- Oh, my god. The necklace.

- And I mean clean.
- Okay.
- Number two, you smoke one brand of cigarettes from now on, because if I ever see two different brands of cigarettes in this house again,
- I'm gonna snap your neck like a twig.
- Okay, Leo, you have nothing to worry about with me, darling.
- That's right.

- She's there.
- Into the light, Leland.
- She's beautiful.
- Into the light.
- Laura.
- Don't be afraid.

- Hey, Donna.
- I'm so sorry.
- Have you seen James yet?
- He came by.
- Is he okay?
- No.
- Do you know where he went?
- I've already been to the roadhouse.
- I don't know, honey.
- He told me to give you this.

- understand her value to me.
- They wanna make the exchange tomorrow.
- Audrey...
- For $125,000.
- But I must ask you.
- Will you take it there?

- Of course, Beth. I took maddy to the bus station myself.
- Well, I...
- I'm sure there must be some perfectly reasonable explanation.
- Yes, of course.
- I'll call you immediately, within the hour.
- Bye, Beth.

- Laura?
- Oh, for goodness sakes.
- Laura, now means now.
- Laura?
- Laura?
- Laura, honey, are you downstairs?

- There are two things that continue to trouble me and I'm speaking now not only as an agent of the bureau, but also as a human being.
- What really went on between
- Marilyn Monroe and the Kennedys?
- And who really pulled the trigger on jfk?
- Wait a minute, wait a minute.

- Earle: And the skies are not cloudy all day
- Long time no see, briggsy.
- It looks like you've finally found your calling.

- Coop?
- Coop?

Sheriff: Jelly donuts?
Dale: Harry, that goes without saying.

- Get up and...
- What the hell are you doing with that?
- You're not gonna hurt me again.
- Don't touch me.
- Don't come near me, Leo.
- You stupid little slut.
- You haven't got the guts.

- I know about ronette, and I know about Laura.
- Okay.
- I was there. I saw you.
Benjamin: Uh-huh.
- You remember prudence?
- I wore a little white mask.

Ben: We've lain a gala reception for your fair-haired boys tonight; all of Twin Peaks' best and brightest.
Jerry: We're holding it in a phone booth?

- Oh, my god.
- I'm sorry.
- Oh, my god.
- I changed my mind.
- I'm not sorry.

- You're right.
- It's all ahead of us.
- Plenty of time.
Nadine: Eddie?
- Eddie?
- No, no, no.
- I may as well talk to her now.

Pete: [about Cooper's coffee] How do you like yours?
Dale: Black as midnight on a moonless night.
Pete: Pretty black.

Harold: [to Donna] Laura wanted me to get in touch with you if anything ever happened to her.

Dale: Diane, never drink coffee that has been anywhere near a fish.

Audrey: I can't believe you were ever my age.
Dale: I've got the pictures to prove it.

Killer: Head's up, tails up, run you scallywags. Night falls, morning calls, I'll catch you with my death bag. You may think I've gone insane, but I promise, I will kill again!

- Hawk: This way. Through here.
- Truman: Watch your step there, city boy.
- Cooper: Thanks, Harry.
- Truman: What is it, hawk?

- Our little Lucy is wearing a delightful mix of warm northern comfort and southern insouciance.
- An elegant worsted wool jacket over a plethora of plaid, with a hint of polka dot.
- It's fabulous, isn't it?
- A moonless night, black, slim skirt with a look that always says,
- "hey, world, I'm here."

Albert: [about Deputy Andy Brennan] Where do they keep his water dish?

- All the stuff that matters.
- I love you, Shelly.
- And I wanna spend my time with that.
- I mean, you know, if that's okay with you,
- I'd like to do that, you know...
- Bobby, what do you think?

- And Chamberlain's desperate maneuver ended, Bobby, in failure.
- Mr. Horne...
- Little round top, Bobby, was ours.
- From that vantage point, we were able to roll back the federal lines.
- Setting the stage for pickett's mighty charge, Bobby.
- And victory!
- Victory. Hurray.

- A hail of bullets would be nice.
- That's enough.
- The sheriff didn't mean anything.
- He hit me.
- Well, I'm sure he meant to do that.
- Albert, I want you to release this girl's body to her family immediately.
- I want your test results by noon.
- Those are orders.
- Thank you, agent Cooper.

- Cooper: Diane, 7:15 am.
- I'll be heading to the sheriff's after breakfast.
- From there, we'll be going on to Laura Palmer's funeral.

FBI: [with a smile to Sheriff Truman] Harry, you're all right.

Bobby: Dad.
- Would you care to join me?
- Okay.

FBI: Harry, I really have to urinate.

- What's going on?
- "Without chemicals, he points."
- The giant's third clue.
- Harry, we've got to find the one-armed man.

Catherine: I would like to propose a toast. To Ben Horne's double cross. Here's to Josie Packard's dirty deeds. And here's to the woman who brought them down. Here's to me.

Dale: At a time like this, curiously, you begin to think of the things regret or the things you might miss. I would like, in general, to treat people with much more care and respect. I would like to climb a tall hill - not too tall - sit in the cool grass - not too cool - and feel the sun on my face. I wish I could have cracked the Lindbergh kidnapping case. I would very much like to make love to a beautiful woman who I had genuine affection for. And, of course, it goes without saying that I would like to visit Tibet. I wish they could get their country back and the Dalai Lama could return. Oh, I would like that very much. All in all, a very interesting experience.

- Mr. Gerard, you okay?
- Oh. I'm sorry.
- Sometimes I get a bit disoriented.
- Can I get you something? Water?
- If there's a bathroom,
- I have a medication.
- Sure. It's right down the hall.
- This way.

- to get more in touch with my feelings.
- Ladies and gentlemen, the cake.
- Dougie's always been a sucker.
- Let a woman pass...
- With play in her eyes...
- And jell-o in her walk, and he's a trout on a hook. Ha-ha-ha.

Albert: [Albert almost bumps into Bobby Briggs as Bobby leaves the interrogation room with a bad attitude] Get a life, punk!

[taping a message to Diane]
Dale: Diane, it's 4:10 in the afternoon at the scene of the crime. Here's something we haven't seen before: a mount of dirt. Approximately a foot and a half in diameter. On the top is a gold necklace with a gold heart. Correction, half a gold heart. At the base of the mount of dirt is a torn piece of news print. Written with the words, which appear to be in blood: 'fire walk with me'.

- What's with the dance?
- Oh, heh, my boss told me I should enter a pageant. Miss twin peaks.
- You can kid about it, but you are very pretty.
- I think you should enter it.
- Thanks, but I don't think of myself as pretty.
- It's an inner thing, you know.

- You, uh, let me know if there's any bloodshed.
- I'm going to give little Elvis a bath.

- Gazing at you reciting the verse of shelley, you look very much like a queen.
- Thank you.
- I guess I better be going.
- Nice meeting you.
- Perhaps we'll meet again someday.
- Yeah.

- Multiple personalities?
- It's too late.
- You know this man, don't you?
- Why'd you lie when I questioned you?
- It wasn't me. Don't you understand?
- Truman: Give him the drug, chief.
- Not yet.
- If we give him the drug, Coop, you'll never see the other side.
- Give him the medicine.
- No.

- It fits.
- See the mountains kiss high heaven, and the waves clasp one another no sister-flower would be forgiven if it disdain 'd its brother and the sunlight clasps the earth, and the moonbeams kiss the sea...
- What is all this sweet work worth, if thou kiss not me?
- This is weird.
Donna: I'll say.

Log: I heard you speaking about Laura Palmer?
Dale: Yes?
Log: One day my log will have something to say about this. My log saw something that night.
Dale: Really. What did it see?
Log: Ask it.
[Cooper hesitates]
Log: I thought so.
[walks away]

- They've already scraped for particles.
- No, that's not what I'm looking for.
- Oh, no, there's nothing here.
- Not a thing.
- Don't go there.
- Don't go there.
- Ronnie?
- Ronette?

Cooper: Gentlemen. When two separate evens occur simultaneously pertaining to the same object in inquiry we must always pay strict attention.

- "You're out, Ben.
- You're out, Ben. Ha-ha-ha!
- You're out. Ben, you're out.
- Ben, you're out."
- Windom earle.

- Buy you a coffee?
- Can't do it.
- If you see Donna, could you give this to her?
Nadine: Ed.
- They said those drapes would be ready by 10.
- Now, I want those drapes up by nightfall.

- Shelly...
- Bobby.
- Leo's probably up in the woods having the time of his life.
- Well, you were right, there's the major.
- Excuse us, major Briggs, for the intrusion, but Sarah here had a message for you that she thought was important.

- Whatever it takes.
- Chin up, Andy.
- You ever been married, Cooper?
- No.
- I knew someone once who helped me understand commitment, the responsibilities and the risks.
- Who taught me the pain of a broken heart.

- Good bye.
- Bobbleobby.
- Everything's okay, baby.
- He's gone.

- When I take you out in the surrey when I take you out in the surrey
- With the fringe on top
- Harry, are driver education programs mandatory in your school system?
- Yep.
- I think we got a dropout.
- Harry, look out.

- Doc, I'm gonna release her to you, but I want her back up here for questioning first thing in the morning.
- All right, Harry.
- Andy, hawk, put James back in number 4.
- James.
- It's gonna be all right.

- And so we bid adieu to James Hurley.
- Give it a rest.
- Careful, Evelyn.
- I'm not sure I can tolerate a nervous co-conspirator.
- I just want it over with, all right?
- Anything you say, Mrs. Marsh.

- You've cracked a big case.
- You've been under a lot of pressure.
- I may recommend a full psychological workup.
- Thanks for your candor, Roger.
- So long, fellas.

- Agent Cooper.
- Agent Cooper, it's Andy.
- Can you hear me?
- Are you all right?
- Agent Cooper. Agent Cooper.
- Agent Cooper.
- It's Andy.

- So, what do you wanna do now?
- Know anymore cowboy tricks?
- If you've got a lariat in that picnic basket,
- I could lasso passing cattle.
- I don't think there's a cow for miles.
- Stray dogs, raccoons, birds, weasels.

- Feels a little strange. The real world.
- Little things, like I'd almost forgotten how to use money.
- Closest we'd get in the convent was bingo chips.
- No charity, Norma. Promise.
- Don't worry,
- I'm gonna work you till you drop.
- Compelling.

- Third thing is, without chemicals, he points.
- What do these things mean?
- This is all I am permitted to say.
- Give me your ring.
- I will return it to you when you find these things to be true.

- I hope you won't think any less of me for trying to help you.
- You know, I promise I only did it with the best of intentions.
- And if there's any way...
- If there's any way in the world that you can hear me right now, please help me.
- Help me. Help me.

Gwen: Sperms? That is all men think about. You know, I remember when little Carl was first born, and they laid him out on my breast, and I looked down and saw what kind of a tiny little creature I was dealing with, and I thought to myself, I thought, "my God, just what the world needs - another sperm gun running around loose." Right? Women beware!

- Is she there?
- I just came back. She's gone.
- We need her at the mill.
- I'll get her there.
- Is it set for tonight?
- Yes.
- You shouldn't call here for a while.

- Lana?
- Oh, did I do that?
- What are you looking for?
- Well, now, I don't know the exact technical name for it, but...
- Does anything...?
- Does anything in here look like it?
Lana: Oh, I think this might be it.
Dick: Oh, by George, I think you've got it.

- Cooper: Let's get forensics and seal this room, Harry.
- Hawk: Harry? Truman: Yeah, hawk.
- Hawk: He got away from me.
- [Last him in the woods.
- Harry?
- "L.j." Leo Johnson.
- Leo Johnson and Jacques Renault.
- That's our connection.

- What other wonder invites taste buds toward pleasure?
- Gosh, dick.
- Well, I just never knew wine could have so many different qualities.
- It's amazing, isn't it?
- A really good wine is like a symphony.
- And what is your reaction, Lucy?
- I'm pregnant.
- I'm not supposed to drink.

- After which, thankfully, the pain retreats to a cul-de-sac in a distant suburb of my conscious mind.
- I'm going to begin today with a headstand.
- Diane, I am now upside down.
- Mind becoming porous.
- The day's tasks coming into focus.
- Objects growing clearer.

- Heart attack?
- He said he saw Laura Palmer tonight.
- James, what kind of dangerous game have you been playing?
- Is Jacoby gonna be all right?
- I've been very patient with you,
- James.
- From here on out, I'm gonna need a better set of answers.
- Let's start with why this was in the gas tank of your bike.

- It's cold and hard and brilliant.
- I think he feigned the insanity that sent him away.
- But at some point, he lost the ability to distinguish between what's right and what's wrong.
- You don't know what he's capable of, Harry.
- You don't know.

- Andy, the knight has to do the little hook thing.
- Every time?
Pete: It's a privilege.
- No one else gets to make that move.
- Okay, Mr. Martell.
- I guess some people don't know quite as much as they think they do.
- Check.

- Yeah, okay.
- Well, I know how to pick them too.
- Will you do me a favor?
- If James comes around, tell him I'm looking for him?
- And, Donna, you take it easy.
- Okay.

- And I've got something else for you here.
- You can come on in.
- I know Laura was your best friend.
- You've been through a lot today.
- We're finished here for the time being.
- Okay.

- Andy: Agent Cooper.
- Can you hear me? It's Andy.
- Agent Cooper, it's Andy.
- Can you hear me?
- Agent Cooper?
- Room service.

Man: When you see me again, it won't be me.

- Well, that's not true.
- The menus are very presentable.
- Oh, I'm joking.
- Honestly, let me make a suggestion.
- If you wanna serve a truly memorable omelet, try white veal sausage and morel mushrooms.
- Thanks. I'll go pick the mushrooms.

- He thinks you're general Jeb Stuart.
- Oh. You're in the cavalry.
- Jeb, there is a great day upon us.
- By dawn, our troops will be on the outskirts of Washington.
- By midday, it will fall.
- And we will once again walk on our cherished fields at home.

- Twin peaks sheriff station, this is Lucy speaking.
- One moment, please.
- Sheriff Truman?
- Sheriff Truman.
- Sheriff Truman, you have a telephone call, line three.
- One moment, please.

- Part of it's been damaged.
- I've tried to replant, but nothing's taken root.
- Every forest has its shadow.
- I can see half my life's history in your face, and I'm not sure that I want to.
- I don't wanna talk about trees anymore.

- Woman 1: I don't know about you...
- Man: Excuse me.
- Get some of this Waldorf salad here.
- There we go.
- Woman 2: Nice to see you too.
- Woman 3: Yeah.

- This isn't funny, Bobby.
- I'm not laughing.
- We're lucky.
- We're lucky we're in jail.
- Because you know what's gonna go down with Leo when we get out.
- Shut up, man.
- Don't mention one word about Leo Johnson.
- You do not know Leo Johnson.

- Cooper: Let's take him down to interrogation.
- Agent Cooper, is he going to be charged?
- Then I think I'd like to begin bail proceedings as soon as possible.
- He'll have his day in court.
- Harry.

- And as far as you know, she went to her after-school job?
- Yes, horne's department store downtown.
- What did she do at the department store?
- She was, uh, a salesgirl.
- At perfume counter.
- She used to joke it was the sweetest smelling job she'd ever had.

- There was a crash.
- Six-year-old Nicky managed to pull his parents from the blazing car, but it was too late.
- And Nicky was alone again, as he is today.
- I hope you two are happy.

- Who are you calling?
- I want to speak to Richard tremayne, men's fashions.
- Yes, I'll hold.
- You won't hurt him, will you, Andy?
- Tremayne, Brennan. Andy Brennan.
- That is, if you're not too busy.

- Yes, unfortunately.
- We'll have to go some other time.
- But you promised. Can't we go?
- Ah... Nicky. Ha-ha-ha.
- You know, dick, it's close to my lunch hour.
- If you'd like, Nicky, I'd sure enjoy taking you two guys out for a malted.
- How would that be? oh, boy.

- I 7! Do it alphabetically.
- She was beautiful.
- She was the love of my life, Harry.
- Okay, Lucy.
- Okay, yeah, just tell Harry
- I'll be right there, okay?
- Right.

Major: Any time a man dies in war, he dies too soon.

- What's going on?
- Without chemicals he points.
- This morning at the great northern,
- Mike reached for his arm and fainted just when a certain person walked into the room.
- Harry, we need a warrant.
- A warrant for the arrest of Benjamin horne.

- We'll be back to check on you later.
- Good night, officers.

- Is he on something?
- Only what you prescribed.
- I think he did take a little bit of his food.
- My god, could that be it?

- Special agent.
- Special agent. Special agent.
- Special agent, are you there?
- I left you a note.
- Didn't you get my note?
- I slipped it under your door.
- You must have seen it.

- in a situation like this, you have to handle yourself in a professional manner.
- We're all reasonable people and what you discover is that something reasonable can always be worked out whenever reasonable people just put their minds...
- Renault: Tsk, tsk, tsk.

- You hear that?
- You've got about one hour to think about what you've done to me.
- And think about it.
- Because by then
- Bobby Briggs is gonna be dead.
- You broke my heart.

- but not his body.
- One only known to you.
- Ready now to talk.
- One more thing.
- You forgot something.
- What?

- Diane, 10:03 am, great northern hotel.
- Sheriff Truman and I have just been with the one-armed man, or what's left of him.
- In another time, another culture, he may have been a seer, a shaman priest.
- In our world, he's a shoe salesman and lives among the shadows.

[Ben is held in custody]
Jerry: Now your 24 hours are up! You either charge my client or let him go.
Sheriff: Ben Horne, I'm charging you with the murder of Laura Palmer.
Benjamin: Good move, Jer.

- until I am able to breathe the air that free men breathe,
- I plead with you for understanding.
- This is the long, dark night of my soul.
- Time to seek that...
- Tiny flickering flame within.
- Forgive me,
- I've been very emotional lately.

- I'm sorry, Shelly.
- Me too.
- Are they gonna put him in prison?
- I know he's a suspect in several felonies.
- I guess at the moment he's kind of in prison anyway.
- Will: Yes, he is.

- Man 2: What are they doing?
- Jerry. Jerry.
- Man 3: Gather round.

- Cooper: Very good. Which one would you like to see first?
- Well...

- Oh, thanks a lot.
- Bobby?
- I've gotta meet Leo's lawyer.
- The hearing's today, right?
- Pinkle: Be just another second, folks.
- Bobby...
- Are we okay?

Albert: [about Sheriff Truman] Aw, look. It's trying to think.

- Hi, dick. We're on break.
- Hi, Lana.
- Would you mind helping me find something in the storage room?
- Storage room?
Lana: Mm-hm.
- We're missing a very important prop.
- Come on.

- How much am I paying you?
Bobby: Uh...
- We haven't actually discussed money.
- Well, you can consider this your first raise.
- Now, you come back tomorrow, and we will discuss a full-time position.
- Thank you, Ben.
- I won't let you down.

- in the legends and folklore of ancient Iceland.
- Vestigial. Absolutely.
- Heba, did you know that was an American figure of speech?
- No, Jerry. Ha, ha.
- Heba, heba.
- You never heard that before?
- No, Jerry. Ha-ha-ha.

[first lines]
Pete: Gone fishing.

- This poem, sent by windom earle, was transcribed by Leo Johnson.

- She came home.
- Who?
- My mom was all loaded.
- She was all screwed up.
- God, I hate her.
- James, no.
- God, you're on fire.

- Cooper: Dream souls.
- Where do they wander?
- Hawk: Faraway places.
- The land of the dead.
- Cooper: Is that where Laura is?
- Hawk: Laura's in the ground, agent Cooper.
- That's the only thing I'm sure of.

- Oh, I'm sure there was.
- Oh, god.
- This will take a little while to sink in, I suppose.
- I suppose it will.
- God help her miserable soul.
- I loved her.

- Sign of good faith.
- Tokyo bank.
- Five million dollars.
- We are finished.
Benjamin: Josie.
- Well played.

- They just had all these really big horses, you know.
- And you will not believe what they made him do.
- What?
- What?
- They made him... thank you.
- They made him stand in the middle,
- Truman: Yeah.
Lana: And take his clown costume completely off.

- Harry, do you still have that bottle of Irish in your office?
- I wanna put some in a little warm milk for the widow milford.
- O, she doth teach the torches to burn bright.
- It seems she hangs against the cheek of night like a rich Jewel in an ethiope's ear.
- Beauty too rich for use, for earth too dear.

- On the top is a gold necklace with a gold heart.
- Correction, half a gold heart.
- At the base of the mound of dirt is a torn piece of newsprint written with the words, which appear to be in blood: "Fire walk with me."
- Sheriff, you and I have gotta find out who's got the other half of that heart.

Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Why would Eckhardt want me dead?
Dale: Sexual jealousy.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Oh yeah.

- I don't understand this at all.
- I just had the car checked at gas farm.
- He told me it was in perfect working order.
- Perfect working order.
- This is all so technical.
- Please, Nicky, uncle dick is trying to read.

- Now, I'm gonna get the food, and you're gonna get dressed.
- I can't tell you all my secrets.
- Secrets are dangerous things,
- Audrey.
- Do you have any?
- No.
- Laura had a lot of secrets.
- Finding those out is my job.

Bobby: You know, Shelly, hospitals are dangerous places. First of all, they're crawling with sick people. And second of all, that food... can kill you.

Dale: Where's Bob now?
"Mike": In a large building with many rooms alike. But occupied by different souls night after night.

- Cooper here.
- Denise.
- Well, that'll be nice.
- I'll be right down.
- Diane, when I've got a moment, remind me to tell you about agent Bryson.

- I'm indeed honored to be making your extremely sociable acquaintance.
- And why are you armed with my sword, sir?
- I like your sword, sire.
- Thank you, daddy. Thank you.
Benjamin: Where is general Grant?
- General Grant's a-coming, sire,
- I know it.
- Excuse us.

Catherine: Didn't he want to talk to me?
Pete: Yeah, but we told him you were on your world tour, he should contact your press agent.

- Mr. Gerard, it's the police. Open up.
- What...? Jeez...
- Gunplay? Sounds serious.
- Mr. Gerard.
- Don't move.
- Oh, my god.
- Truman: Keep your hands where I can see them.

- Bad girl.
- Please, please don't.

Deputy: Sheriff Truman? Sheriff Truman?
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Andy! Over here!
[Andy runs over]
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Been about 10 hours since he went in there.
Deputy: Do you want a thermos of coffee?
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Yeah.
Deputy: Do you want a plate special?
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Yeah.
Deputy: Do you want dessert?
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Yeah.
Deputy: Do you want pie?
[Harry doesn't answer]
Deputy: Harry? Harry?

- Quick thinking, Denise.
- It was just my legs.
- Thank sheriff Truman.
- It was his idea.
- Harry s. Truman.
- Sometimes you gotta improvise.
- Hawk: He's dead.

Dale: Fellas, coincidence and fate figure largely in our lives.

- Blue pine lodge.
- Could I speak to Josie packard, please?
- Well, she's not here right now.
- Can you tell me when she'll be back?
- Well, she's out of town.
- Who's calling?

- You used to be so pretty.
- Blackie, blackie.

- Almost like a dog barking.
- Jacques stops moving.
- I look up to see who's holding the pillow.
- Who is it?
- Do you see who it is?
- I know him.

- Man 1: Red 36.
- Woman: Sorry, I guess our date's off.
- Sir, are you absolutely sure you want another card?
- Yes, please.
- Twenty-one, can you beat that?
- Mother always said I was born lucky.

[Hank is viciously beating Leo]
Hank: I told you to mind the store, Leo, not open your own franchise!
Leo: Hank, I s...
Hank: Do as you're told, Leo! Next time, you'll watch me take your little chippie apart before I kill you!

- Harry called. He said he'll be arresting
- Hank for parole violation.
- When Hank gets well, he may have to go back to prison.
- I think it's time I start correcting a few of the mistakes I've made.
- Well, we could, uh, start by getting a cabin.
- A couple of venison steaks and a bottle of sparkling wine.
- People will find out.

James: When did you start smoking?
Donna: I smoke every once in a while; it helps relieve tension.
James: When did you get so tense?
Donna: When I started smoking.

- The doctor?
- It's hung up.
- The phone.
- Thank you.
- Sure.
- No problem.

Audrey: Jack! Jack stop!
John: [gets out of his jet] I guess a simple goodbye was out of the question.
Audrey: [they kiss] I love you.
John: I love you, too.
Audrey: Do you have to leave?
John: Yes.
Audrey: When will you be back?
John: I don't know.
Audrey: [pause] I'm a virgin.
John: You're a what?
Audrey: I want you to make love with me.
John: What? Here and now?
Audrey: [shrugs] It's your jet.
John: Thank God for that.
[they kiss and enter the jet]

Sven: Excuse me, is there something wrong, young pretty girl?
Audrey: They found my friend Laura... lying facedown on a rocky beach... completely naked. She'd been murdered.

- Why don't you whistle for a little backup?
- Truman: I can see which way the wind's blowing.
- Lucy, get us a backup unit down here at the roadhouse right away.
- Make that two backup units.
- And call Dr. Hayward. Tell him we found his daughter and she's fine.
Lucy: All right, sheriff.

Waiter: That gum you like is going to come back in style.

- Leo?
- No.
- Help me!
- Please! Help me!
- Leo? Please.

- Yes, I do.
- Having a look at this checkbook,
- I don't think he ever stepped foot into a bank.
- He must have been hiding it somewhere.
- He's alive.
- New shoes.
- Bobby, he's alive.

Bobby: You think because I wasn't at football practice that I killed my girlfriend?

- I got so goofy last night, Diane, lying here wondering whether I was going to live or die, that I thought I saw a giant in my room.
- Or perhaps that's a story
- I'll save for another time.
- This is me, Dale, room 315 at the great northern hotel, signing off.

- I saw it, man.
- You gotta get me out of here, Leo.
- Border run.
- Where are you?
- Phone booth by the cash and carry.
- And I don't like waiting, man.
- Shut up. I'm on my way.
- Where you going?
- You don't need to know.

- Room and board and anything else you think is fair.
- I really do need to have this fixed before Jeffrey gets home.
- I'd like you to stay, James.
- I'd enjoy the company.
- Okay.
- It's settled then. I'll leave you to it.

[repeated line]
Dwayne: [into a microphone] Is this thing on?

Jerry: I am 100% sure that we're not completely sure.

- Hello, Pete. Gerard's missing.
- He knocked the deputy out.
- Pete, you'll have to excuse us.
- He don't get far.
- Hi, sheriff. Agent Cooper.
- [Baby coos1
- Lucy?

- Been about ten hours since he went in there.
- Do you want a thermos of coffee?
- Do you want a plate special?

- I'll explain, they'll understand.
- Okay.
- Thanks, ed.
- I have to get going.
- We have a lot to talk about.
- Yeah.
- Bye.
- Bye.
- Oh, ed. The things we do for love.

- When you're ready, you can come right back.
- It'll be like you haven't even missed a day.
- You'll let me come back?
- You just try to take a job some place else and see what happens.
- I don't know what to say.
- Don't say anything.

- It is time to make the announcement.
- The winner of the contest and our new miss twin peaks is...
- Annie Blackburn.

- Audrey, I'll help you, but whatever we find out, we have to promise to keep it between ourselves.
- Our secret.
- It's a deal.
- And I know exactly where to start.
- Did you know ronette and Laura worked in the same place?
- The perfume counter at my father's department store.

- Does Leland know what you've done?
- Ah, Leland's a babe in the woods with a large hole where his conscience used to be.
- And when I go, children,
- I will pull that ripcord and you watch Leland, remember.
- Watch him.
- But not for long.

- so he sounded a little hoarse.
- You should hear his cough.
- I'm gonna make him some chicken soup.
- Cooper: Harry?
- Yeah, Coop.
- Cooper: You'd better take a look at this, alone.
- Lucy, wait here.

Sheriff: Your brother hasn't been to work for the past few days. Where is he?
Bernard: I don't know. He got personal business elsewhere.
Sheriff: Who else is he dealing drugs with?
Bernard: Why don't you ask him yourself? He will be at the Roadhouse tonight.
Sheriff: He's coming to work at the Roadhouse tonight?
Bernard: Yes. He's the bartender, isn't he?
Dale: Wait a minute here. Bernard, we have you tied to a chair. You're mixed up with your brother, Jacques, in a wide variety of felonies. What I want to know is why in the world would you tell us where and when to find him?

Dale: What does Bob want?
"Mike": He is Bob, eager for fun. When he wears a smile, everybody run!

James: I think I owe you an apology.
Madeleine: Not really.
James: Well, when we were together, you know, just talking, I felt something. I just wasn't sure.
Madeleine: You looked at me and you saw Laura.
James: I guess I did.
Madeleine: Wanna know something kind of strange?
James: What?
Madeleine: I liked it.
James: You did?
Madeleine: When we were growing up, Laura and I were so close. It was scary. I could feel her thoughts, like our brains were connected or something. And when she died suddenly, I got the chance to be Laura. At least other people saw me that way. Like the way that you looked at me. I liked that too.
James: But it was wrong.
Madeleine: It wasn't one thing or the other. For a while I got to be somebody different. But now I'm just me again.

Audrey: [to Cooper] I prayed... I prayed that you would come. And you did.

Pete: Fellas, don't drink that coffee! You'd never guess. There was a fish... in the percolator! Sorry...

Maddy: Uncle Leland's hair... turned white.
Donna: Really?
Maddy: [nods head] White as a sheet.
Donna: Weird.

- ever obedient and faithful.
- An overall a for effort, Leo.
- But I'm still a trifle miffed at your release of major Briggs.
- But then, you'll have plenty of time to reflect upon that, won't you?
- Good bye, Leo.
- And good luck.

- Claims he was hit by a bus.
- I cuffed him to the bed and booked him for parole violations.
- Oh. Shelly Johnson called.
- She said Leo came to last night, attacked her and ran off into the woods.
- Holy smokes.

Special: Fellows! I've got an idea. Why don't we let Lana and the Mayor talk things over together? Alone.
Mayor: I don't wanna talk! I wanna shoot!
Special: Now Dwayne, you can always shoot later!Talk first...

Lucy: Birdseed? No, this bird eats fruit.
- The sheriff says it's a witness.
- No, not just because it saw something, because it talks.
- And it needs to eat...

Leland: [in Bob's voice] Leland, Leland, you've been a good vehicle and I've enjoyed the ride. But now he's weak and full of holes. It's almost time to shuffle off to Buffalo!
Special: Does Leland know what you've done, Bob?
Leland: [as Bob] Leland's a babe in the woods, with a large hole where his conscious used to be. When I go children, I will pull that ripcord and you watch Leland remember. Watch him!

- Drive carefully.
- The king and I.
- Give it a rest, Leland.
- Temporary insanity, huh?
- Hopefully some of these people will be on your jury.
- You will be home free.
- You like musicals?

Special: [Talking to tape recorder] As you can hear from the ambience sound around me, and I notice with some relief, that the icelandic group staying on my floor has either checked or passed out.

Dick: Lucy?
Lucy: Dick.
Dick: Lucy, I haven't slept. I can't eat. I've been absolutely miserable.
Lucy: You have?
Dick: I've been a fool, a cad, the way I've behaved, and I'm deeply, deeply ashamed.
Lucy: You are?
Dick: I've been over it in my mind a million times and what I've come to is this: I have to - no, I must do the right thing.
Lucy: You must?
Dick: [pulling an envelope from his pocket] It's everything I could scrape together. I'm completely knackered.
Lucy: What is this?
Dick: $650. I've called around, I've been told it's more than adequate.
Lucy: For what?
Dick: For the... to take care of... you know, the... little problem.
Lucy: Richard, here's what you're going to do. Take your money, put it back in your wallet, or your pocket, turn around, walk through both sets of doors, the second one sticks sometimes, go out into the parking lot, get in your car, turn the key, and never, ever speak to me again as long as you live! Say one more word and I'll scream. Leave, please.
Dick: [starts to speak]
Lucy: [screams]

- Bobby Briggs.
- What's he doing here?
- He doesn't look sick.
- Sheriff Truman, to see this kind of investigative genius at work, it's just a real treat for me.

- Jean. Renault: What?
- Take a look at this.
- You order any food?
- Renault: No.
- No, no, no, let her come.
- Let her come.
- It's just a girl.

- Please.
- Evelyn.
- Give me the gun, Evelyn.
- Evelyn, give me the gun.
- No.
Malcolm: Evelyn, give me the gun.
- No.
- Evelyn. Evelyn.
- I can't do this, Malcolm.

- Pearl lakes.
- Leland?
- The door was open.
- Leland...
- What is it?
- Leland, you're under arrest for the murder of Jacques Renault.

- I'd rather die than go back to that monster.
- Josie.
- Josie, you will never have to go back there.
- You're with me now...
- And now...
- He'll kill the both of us.

Benjamin: No, my love.
- We'll give Josie one last chance to sell.
- Tomorrow.
- Failing that,
- I have retained the services of a qualified professional.
- Breath mint?

- I don't think anyone's asked to see it this last year.
- There's three vehicles.
- Ajeep, a four-Wheeler and a luxury sedan.
- It's open.
- Hello?
- There's been a meeting here.
- In the past few hours.

- But when I saw you tonight,
- I knew exactly what I believed.
- Did you?
- It's like if we could put our hearts together and keep them that way forever, we'd be safe, no matter what.
- You and me?
- From now on.

Donna: I'll be back.
Harold: I'll be here.

- No.
- Huh?

- by the dry cleaners and pick up Josie's stuff.
- You know, the only words I know in Hungarian are paprika and goulash.
- It took me 20 minutes to get this stuff.
- Let me get that. Give me a hand.
- Just hold a minute.
- It's for Josie. Is she here?
- She's in the other room, Pete.

- Who?
- Sheriff, I suppose it's been very hard on all of us learning the truth about Josie.
- Catherine.
- Who?
- Poor man.

FBI: [he enters sanding a handcarved wooden whistle] Hi, Mike, Bobby. Now before we get started, have you two fellas got your stories straight?
Bobby: If we tell the truth we don't have to get our stories straight.
Mike: Besides, the sheriff told us we're just in here for fighting and, uh, it was self-defense.
FBI: Right. Well, I guess you can go then.
Bobby: Now?
FBI: Mm-hm.
[as Mike and Bobby walk to the door, Cooper toots his whistle]
FBI: Oh, fellas, one more thing. Pray for the health and safety of James Hurley, because if anything happens to him, I'm coming for you.
[Mike and Bobby leave]
FBI: Sheriff, what are you sitting around for? We've got places to go and people to see.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: You know, I think I'd better start studying medicine.
FBI: And why is that?
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Because I'm beginning to feel a bit like Dr. Watson.

- Laura.
- Laura.
- Leland says...
- You're going back to missoula,
- Montana!

- Female child.
- Mother, Eileen hayward.
- Daughter, Donna Marie.

- They used to bring me hospital food.
- Imagine that.
- Young lady?
- You might ask Mr. Smith next door.
- He was Laura's friend.
- Mr. Smith does not leave his house.

- Come in, come in to the circle!
- I tell you, they have not died.
- Their hands clasp, yours and mine.
- You'll not run from me now, not in this circle of trees.
- You'll come with me.

- I know about the dark tunnel you can fall into.
- It happened before I went away.
- It happened because of that boy.
- Something similar happened to me.
- It made me wanna disappear from the world.
- Because of that, maybe I can help you.

James: Harry, Laura talks on her tape about a mystery man.
Sheriff: The red Corvette. Leo Johnson.
James: I think it was somebody else. Not Jacques Renault either.
Sheriff: Why do you say that?
James: I never put it together until I heard the tape. Where she says, "This guy can really light my fire." Well, I remember this one night when we first started seeing each other. She was still doing drugs then. Well, we were in the woods when she started saying this scary poem, over and over, about fire. And then she said, "Would you like to play with fire, little boy?", "Would you like to play with Bob?", "Would you like to play with Bob?"...

- We don't know what will happen or when, but there are owls in the roadhouse.
- Something is happening, isn't it, Margaret?

- Windom earle?
- Take a look at that.
- Twelve rainbow trout.
- If you're gonna kill me, get it over with.
- There's plenty of time for that.
- But I do like the fear I'm feeling.

Donna: As much as I love you, Laura, most of the time we were trying to solve your problems. And you know what? We still are. Not mine or James' or Maddy's. Yours. You're dead Laura, but your problems keep hanging around!

- Truman: Cooper.
- They found Gerard.
- Near the waterfall.
- Better go. They're waiting for us.
- Let's go get him. Leland, we'll see those clubs another time.
- I understand, agent Cooper.
- You let me know if there's anything I can do to help.
- Will do.

- I'm sorry, don't think badly of me.
- Mr. Lee, leave us alone.
- Josie, you can't leave.
- You saying this as the police?
- It's best if you forget about me.
- I love you.

- Oh...
- Josie. Josie.
- Help me, Harry.

- Josie: Hello, sheriff.
- Hey, Jo.
- I understand you wanted to see the sheriff up here.
- Yes, I did.
- Right over here.

- offered by the federal prison system.
Catherine: Ben, so nice to see you again.
- She set me up.
- That Catherine.
- She set me up.
- She's a cautioned, isn't she?

- Behave yourselves.
- Diane, just received the back issues of flesh world. Good work.
- It's nice to see some cooperation with the law, especially from a company that preys on human weaknesses.
- Lucy, I sure feel uncomfortable being in this situation with you.
- Why? We're both professionals.

- You better go.
- You're my girl.
- Bobby.
- I love you.
- I guess I love you too.

Giant: The owls are not what they seem.

Dr. Lawrence Jacoby: Bobby, were you very sad when Laura died?
Bobby: Laura wanted to die.
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby: How do you know that?
Bobby: Because she told me.
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby: What else did she tell you? Did she tell you that there was no goodness in the world?
Bobby: She said that people tried to be good. But they were really sick and rotten on the inside, her most of all. And every time she tried to make the world a better place, something terrible came up inside her and pulled her back down into hell, and took her deeper and deeper into the blackest nightmare. Each time it got harder to go back up to the light.
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby: Did you sometimes get the feeling that Laura was harboring some awful and terrible secret?
Bobby: Yeah.
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby: A secret bad enough that she wanted to die because of it? Bad enough that it drove her to consciously find peoples weaknesses and prey on them, tempt them, break them down? Make them do terrible, degrading things? Laura wanted to corrupt people because that's how she felt about herself. Is that what happened to you? Is that what Laura did to you?
Bobby: [on the verge of tears] She wanted so much. She made me sell drugs so she could have them.

- That's good, Emory.
- She's ready for her close-up now.

- Cooper here. Yes, Catherine.
- No, no, I was just on my way over.
- Thomas eckhardt's suite.
- I see.

[repeated line]
Dale: Damn good coffee!

- Look, James, mind your own business.
- Are you afraid?
- Are you afraid of your husband?
- Are you?
- There's nothing to talk about.
- I know what it's like to be alone.

- You think that's an accident?
- I laid those out there myself.
- I was up all night working on that invention.
- I'm going to have the world's first
- 100 percent quiet runner.
- I'm real sorry, Nadine.
- Ed, you make me sick.

Bobby: Here's a tune for you, gals.
- Okay.
- Norma.
- I'll see you in my dreams.
- Not if I see you first.
- Don't do anything I wouldn't do.

- Major, I'm gonna take a moment here.
- I feel the call of nature.
- There's nothing quite like urinating out in the open air.
- I look foward to hearing more about this white lodge.
- When I return from my journey.

- I know that gum.
- I used to chew it when I was a kid.
- That's my most favorite gum in the world.
- That gum you like is going to come back in style.
- My father killed me.

- Bar's at the far end and there's stairs to who knows where.
- Everybody's having a good time.
- No sign of Jacques Renault.
- Ed's gonna head over to the craps table.
- I'm gonna play some Blackjack.
- Let's gamble.

- Dale wasn't far wrong. The cave painting is an invitation of sorts, telling us when the revels begin.
- But what Dale doesn't know is where to find it.
- For, you see, the cave painting is not only an invitation, it is also a map.
- A map to the black lodge!

Sheriff Harry S. Truman: I suppose you want me to follow them at a discreet distance.
FBI: Harry, you're all right.

Sarah: Leland?
- Yes, dear.
Sarah: Remember to sign us up for the Glenn Miller night at the club.
- Don't worry, dear, I won't forget.
- Bye, hon.
Sarah: Bye, Leland.

- Will: Leland, I'm so sorry.
- Seventeen years old.
- Lee, I hate to put you through this.
- No, I have to see her.
- I have to see what was done to my little girl.
- Okay.

The: [introduction] Even the ones who laugh are sometimes caught without an answer: these creatures who introduce themselves but we swear we have met them somewhere before. Yes, look in the mirror. What do you see? Is it a dream, or a nightmare? Are we being introduced against our will? Are they mirrors? I can see the smoke. I can smell the fire. The battle is drawing nigh.

- And you, brother jer, have a 50-50 chance of being first in line.
- I like those odds.
- All work and no play make Ben and Jerry dull boys.
- That's right.
- Let's jump in the boat.

Dale: [speaking into tape recorder] Diane, I'm holding in my hands a small box of chocolate bunnies.

Windom: The planets our babbling major spoke of are more than distant orbs. They are, in fact, a clock. A clock that tells the time. And the time... Time draws nearer with each ticking tock! Dale wasn't far wrong. The cave painting is an invitation of sorts, telling us when the revels begin. But what Dale doesn't know is where to find it. For you see, the cave painting is not only an invitation, it is also a map... a map to the Black Lodge!

Benjamin: Have you told her?
Eileen: God, no.
- Never. I never will.
- And you must promise me the same.
- You mustn't come over again.
- You must stay away from her.
- I understand.
- I hope you do.

Albert: What the hell kind of two-bit operation they running out of this treehouse, Cooper?

- Cooper, is this some sort of sick joke?
- Because if it is,
- I know people in high places.
- You'd better do what he says.
- Go away.
- Get out of here. Go on, go on.
- I'm gonna go out for a sandwich.

- Now what?
- We wait.
- We wait.
- We wait.

- You know what I was thinking?
- Tonight maybe we could go park bythelake, and neck.
- Wait a minute.
- We don't have to go anywhere.
- Why, we can just stay right here.

Dale: In the grand design, women were drawn from a different set of blueprints.

- Come on.
- Small town, man.
- So, what, did you bring your whole family?

- It didn't hurt.
- It didn't hurt a bit.
- Where there's no sense, there's no feeling, Andy.
- Cooper.
- Tell me.
- The idea for all this really came from a dream?

- That's why it's so warm in here.
- They don't need a lot of light.
- I wrote to you because I wondered if you'd be kind enough to place one of them on her grave.
- Of course.
- Will you excuse me a moment?
- Sure.

FBI: Sheriff, what kind of fantastic trees have you got growing around here? Big, majestic.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Douglas firs.
FBI: [Marveling] Douglas firs...

- Her diary?
- Do you know where the key to this is, sir?
- Do you have to take that?
- We'll return it as soon as possible.

- Damn.
- Bellman?
- Yes, sir.
- Kindly tell the front desk
- I'll be checking out.
- Yes, sir.
- Thank you.
- See you.
- Good luck.
- Good luck to you.

- I swear. I'll kill you.
- Help me! Help!
- Shelly?
- Shelly.
- Shelly, come on.

- Will: Okay, sweetheart.
- Hello?
- I received yours.
- I wanted to talk to you.
- We can meet?
- Okay.

- -
- Why?
- Well...
- You're still friendly, right?
- So maybe this wentz guy stops in for gas.
- Ed could suggest the double r to any new faces he sees.
- I'll call him.
- Good.
- You do that.

Jerry: Ben, as your attorney, your friend, and your brother, I strongly suggest that you get yourself a better lawyer.

- than to suspect I would have anything to do with a drug transaction.
- I won't know that until you prove it, Cooper.
- And I might add, the DEA's been brought in to investigate.
- You have 24 hours to assemble your defense.
- In the meantime, I'll require that you surrender your gun.
- And your badge.

- Cooper, I've steered clear when you asked me to.
- Is there anything I need to know about this one?
- Absolutely not.
- I'll set it up.
- Nine-thirty at the roadhouse.
- Thanks, Harry.

Dale: Did you ever sell drugs to Laura Palmer?
Bernard: I don't sell drugs.
Sheriff: How much did Jacques pay you to be the mule?
Bernard: Jacques don't pay me anything. I'm no mule!
Sheriff: Oh, so that ounce of cocaine that we found on you is... let me guess: yours for personal use?
Bernard: Yeah, that's right.
Dale: Then I guess you don't get much sleep at night, Bernie.

[Cooper sits with the dwarf in the Red Room of the Black Lodge]
The: [talking backwards; subtitled] When you see me again, it woun't be me.
[steps on an insect on the floor]
The: [talking backwards] This is the waiting room. Would you like some coffee? Some of your friends are here.
[Laura Palmer appears and sits beside the dwarf]
Laura: [talking backwards; subtitled] Hello, Agent Cooper.
[Laura winks and snaps her fingers backwards]
Laura: [talking backwards] I'll see you again in 25 years. Meanwhile...

- You and Mike?
- I don't wanna get into it, but I have to tell you, it is really, really serious.
- So you guys can go ahead and do whatever you want.
- I am completely cool about all of this.
- Really.

- Someone is missing.
- Excuse us.
- Major Briggs, right on time.
- I was on my way home.
- This kind gentleman flagged me down, asked if I could drive him here.

Donna: This is from a long time ago, is that okay? I was about thirteen years old, fourteen maybe. Me and Laura put on our tightest, shortest skirts. Too tight, but Laura talked me into it. We're going to the roadhouse to meet boys. Their names are... Josh, Rick, and Tim. They're about twenty years old and they're nice to us... and they make us feel like we're older. Rick asks if we wanna go party and Laura says "yes"... and all of a sudden I feel this knot tightening up in my stomach. But when Laura gets in the truck I go anyway. There's a stream in the woods... full moon, I think. It's pale and light out. Laura starts to dance around the boys. She begins to move her hips back and forth. Rick starts to clap but Tim doesn't do anything, he just watches. Somehow that makes me angry, so I say "LET'S GO SKINNY DIPPING!". We take off our clothes. I know the boys are watching. Laura starts to kiss Josh and Rick. I don't know what to do, so I swim away. I feel like I want to run, but I don't. Tim swims up to me. He kisses my hand and then me. I can still feel that kiss. His lips are warm and sweet. My heart jumps. He's talking but I can't hear him. Only the kiss. I never saw him again. That was the first time I ever fell in love. That's all.

- Ed, is there something that you'd like to tell Nadine?
- Nadine...
- Norma and I plan on getting married.
- Really?
- Well, that's wonderful, Eddie, because Mike and me are getting married too.

Jerry: Sweetheart, I'd like to order two drinks. One double scotch on the rocks, and my brother would like a double scotch on the rocks.
Bartender: That's two double scotch on the rocks.
Jerry: Next step: rocket science!

- Leaving her to burn.
- Don't let anybody ever tell you you don't know how to treat a woman, buddy.
- This is your life, Leo Johnson.
- You deserve it.
- Every damn minute.

- Yes.
- Laura wanted to corrupt people.
- Because that's how she felt about herself.
- Is that what happened to you,
- Bobby?
- Is that what Laura did to you?
- She wanted so much.
- She made me sell drugs so she could have them.

- But Laura talked me into it.
- We were going to the roadhouse to meet boys.
- Their names are
- Josh, Rick and Tim.
- They're about 20 years old.
- And they're nice to us.

[introduction]
The: A poem as lovely as a tree: "As the night wind blows, the boughs move to and fro. / The rustling, the magic rustling that brings on the dark dream. / The dream of suffering and pain. / Pain for the victim, pain for the inflictor of pain. / A circle of pain, a circle of suffering. / Woe to the ones who behold the pale horse."

- It's the line with the light that's blinking.
- Yes, Ben.
- Harry,
- Audrey's missing.
- What?
- For as much as, uh, maybe two days.
- Truman: You hold on.
- Audrey home is missing.

Albert: Dedication to duty is not the only reason of my return to Twin Peaks. It's about Windom Earle.
Dale: Agent Earle? But he's retired!
Albert: Yeah, I know. To a nice, comfortable chair complete with wrist and ankle restraints at the local laughing academy in D.C., until recently.
Dale: What happened?
Albert: Nobody knows. One day he's there, the next... poof! He disappeared. He escaped. Vanished into thin air. Your former partner flew the coop, Coop.

FBI: I think I saw a cottontail rabbit!
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: It must have been a snowshoe rabbit.
FBI: Snowshoe?
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Right.
FBI: Snowshoe. Snowshoe rabbit.

- I'm in a hurry.
- For what?
- Audrey, that perfume you're wearing is incredible.
- Do you really think so?
- Yes, I do.
- Please have a seat.
- And would you write your name down for me? Here.
- Okay.

- Well, that's exactly what it was.
- That's what she told me.
- I'll get it.
- Man: Hi, I have a delivery for Mrs. Hayward.
- They said they're for mom.
- No card.
- I'll put them in water.

- Jacoby: Okay, Laura, this is where you shot that video.
- Now just tell me, tell me why you sent me to sparkwood and 21?
- Oh, my god.

- "This is the diary of Laura Palmer."
- Cooper: Pay dirt.

- when I get up in the morning.
- I know this world is going to pieces, and it feels like it's designed to keep us apart.
- But we love each other, ed.
- I wanna be with you.
- I wanna be with you no matter what happens.

Audrey: Wait. One more question. Did Laura know that my father owned it?
Emory: Owned what?
Audrey: One-Eyed Jacks! Did she know that he was the owner the whole time she worked here?
Emory: I don't know. I never asked, and she never asked.
[Audrey strangles Emory harder with the cord]
Emory: [gagging] AHHH! Yes... I guess... probably she did. Laura was a wild girl. She always got what she wanted... just like you Miss Horne. Just like you.

- Here, sheriff.
- The murder weapon.
- She might as well have blown his brains out with a rifle.
- He never could say no to a woman.
- You old fool.

The: [voice-over] Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Yet there are those who open many eyes. 'Eyes are the mirror of the soul,' someone has said. So we look closely at the eyes to see the nature of the soul. Sometimes when we see the eyes - those horrible times when we see the eyes, eyes that... that have no soul - then we know a darkness, then we wonder: where is the beauty? There is none if the eyes are soulless.

Deputy: We're holding up, for now.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Hey, you and Cooper can handle it. It's a pretty simple town. Used to be. I guess the world's just caught up to us.

- Drop the gun.
- Slowly.
- Now, turn around.

- She wouldn't do that to me.
- You didn't love her, anyway.
- Let him go.

Big: It's not the first time, it won't be the last, but I'm in that doghouse again.

- is a bar called the columbian.
- Behind it is a failed amusement park.
- Go to the merry-go-round.
- Leave the briefcase beside the horse with no head, at midnight, alone.
- I'll be sending my representative.

- Jer, obviously something requires burning.
- And since we don't wanna set fire to your smoked cheese pig, why don't we, uh, try these?
- Marshmallows!
- Ben, where are those hickory sticks?

- Distorted voice: Laura.
- Laura.
- Laura.

- But you are leaving.
- Yes, in effect I am.
- So this is it? You save my life, then break my heart?
- Audrey, I've explained to you my personal policy about involving...
- Yeah, I know, I know.
- I'm a teenager.
- And you were involved in a case I was working on.

- We used to come visit twin peaks when I was a kid.
- It was great.
- We'd pretend we were sisters.
- I wish I'd known her better.
- It's so sad.
- Well, it was nice to meet you,
- James Hurley.
James: Nice to meet you too.

- At first I thought it was a signpost.
- Perhaps it's an invitation.
- Or both.
- Cooper: Where's the major?
- Truman: He should be here by now.
- Andy, give Mrs. Briggs a call, see if the major's home yet.

- Hey, snake!
- Don't take any oink-oink off that pretty pig.
- Don't you worry about that.

[first lines]
FBI: The short answer is, this is the work of the same ghoul who killed Laura. More fan mail: the letter 'O' under Maddy's ring fingernail. There were strands of fur clutched in her right hand.
Special: What kind of fur?
FBI: White fox. The strands were laced with formaldehyde. A dead animal, stuffed.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: I'll make phone calls. Leland will know how to get ahold of Maddy's family.
Special: Harry, don't make any calls. I need 24 hours.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: For what?
Special: To finish this.

- So, what's with the coffee?
- Coffee?
- It's for uncle Leland.
- You don't have coffee at home?
- James, I can't talk now.
- I need to go.
- You need to go?
- Where are you going?
- Home. Bye, James.

- You guys got it covered?
- That's right. No sweat.
- Don't worry, I'll take you to James.
- Truman: Joey Paulson.
- That's a j.
- No, he's taking her to somebody else.
- Truman: I suppose you want me to follow them at a discreet distance.
- Harry, you're all right.

- So when are you coming home?
- Soon. Everything okay?
- Yeah, everything's fine, Leo.
- Come on home.
- I miss you, Shelly.
- I miss you too.

- but instead of tossing them out,
- I put the greased ones on the runners, and, ed, just listen to this.
- Completely silent.
- How about that?
- Oh, ed.
- We are gonna be so rich.

- How is Shelly?
Norma: I can't talk right now.
- Well, how did she like the flowers?

- I'll call you in the morning.
- Yes, you do that, agent Cooper.
- Thank you.
- Thank you for bringing my Audrey back to me.
- Good night, Mr. Horne.

Jocelyn: Peter, push the plug.

- Hello, Nadine.
- I owe you an apology, Norma.
- I mean, I really pounded Hank and I am sorry.
- But I thought he was gonna do something to Eddie.
- And I sort of got mad.
- Thank you.

Dale: Who shot me Albert?
Albert: My men are interrogating the hotel staff and the guests as we speak. They're the usual bumper crop of simple-minded, rural no-nothings and drunken fly fishermen. Nothing so far. Oh by the way, I personally found and talked with the waiter who delivered your glass of warm milk from that night. The world's oldest and most decrepit room service waiter remembers nothing unusual about the night in question. No surprise there. Being 104 years old, Senor Drool cup has, shall we say, a mind that wanders.

Judge: The law provides us structure to guide us through paralyzing and trying times. But it requires us a vision to its procedures and higher purposes. Before we assume our respective roles in this enduring drama just let me say that when these frail shadows we inhabit now have quit the stage we'll meet and raise a glass again together in Valhalla.

- Anyway, if you could mail it to her,
- I'd really appreciate it.
- No, it won't be any problem at all.
- Heh. Is something wrong?
- Those glasses.
- They were Laura's.
- Maddy gave them to me.
- I thought they looked familiar.

- Would you take me to Audrey horne, please?
- I don't think she's available.
- Let's double-check.

- and you'll see me and I'll see you in the branches that blow in the breeze
- I'll see you in the trees
- I'll see you in the trees under the sycamore tree

- Harry.
- You can tell me anything.
- Josie, you can tell me anything.
- I was there because Ben and Catherine were there together.
- I followed them and I took pictures.

- Hi, sailor.
- Good evening, Mr. Horne.
- Ah, heh-heh.
- Now, Ben, we're not gonna go in the casino first, are we?
- Jer, I didn't come here to lose my shirt,
- I just came to take it off.
- Kim, the home brothers are here.
- I'll tell blackie.

- I have to quit my job, Bobby.
- How am I going to make it on this?
- I don't know.
- You don't know?
- It was your bright idea to bring him here in the first place.
- Come on, Shelly,
- I'm thinking, all right?
- You better think of something, Bobby.
- For the both of us.

Hank: You're his whore, Norma.
Norma: I'd rather be his whore than your wife.

- The mental image is always imperfect.
- Am I right?
- Tacit agreement is acceptable, Leo.
- Your silence speaks volumes.
- Or if not volumes, at least the occasional unpunctuated paragraph.
- Well, let's see what move our poor
- Cooper's come up with this time.

- He thinks he can pull a fast one.
- The idea has merit.
- The idea has merit.
- I'm in favor of it myself.
Benjamin: Ahem. Bobby.
- Hey, chief.
- Don't forget the dry-cleaning, all right?

Dale: Major, I'm going to take a moment here. I feel the call of nature. There's nothing quite like urinating out in the open air.

Audrey: Talk, Emory! I want to know everything. About you, Laura, Ronnette, One-Eyed Jacks.
Emory: All right! I work for the owner of One-Eyed Jacks.
Audrey: Who is?
Emory: That's all you need to know. I work for the owner of One-Eyed Jacks.
Audrey: [strangles Emory with an electric cord] Who is?
Emory: [gagging] Your father! Ben Horne! He owns this place. He owns everything in Twin Peaks, including me. I run girls through the perfume counter at Horne's Department Store. That's how I recruited Laura Palmer and Ronnette Pulaski.
Audrey: Did Laura and Ronnette both work here?
Emory: Yes... on weekends they would come up here to service the clientele. Ronnette worked here until that night. As for Laura... one weekend a few months ago, she was caught using drugs. So, Blackie and I threw her out and we never saw her again. That's the truth, I swear.
Audrey: Did my father know that Laura worked here?
Emory: Yes. Mr. Horne makes it his personal business to entertain all the girls on their very first night.

- I was inventing a noiseless, completely silent drape runner.
- And do you know how it works?
- Do you know what makes it work?
- The thing I thought of at 4 this morning when I was waiting for my husband to be released from intensive care?
- Cotton balls.
- By god, those things will be quiet now.

- He's got emotional problems.
- Runs in the family.
- Do you like my ring?
- Very nice.
- You know, sometimes
- I get so flushed, it's interesting.
- Do your palms ever itch?

- Why did you bring this to me?
- Because later in the morning...
- "Cooper,
- Cooper. Cooper."
- My god.
- That was really good.
- Let's try it again.

Pete: Lucy? This is Pete Martell. Lucy, put Harry on the horn.
[whispers]
Pete: Oh dear.

- It's today's paper, doc.
- Now do you believe me?
- Meet me at sparkwood and 21.
- In ten minutes.
- But wait...
- You think he bought it?
- Okay. Wait here for us.

[Hawk saves Cooper and Harry after they're caught trying to rescue Audrey from One-Eyed Jack's]
Deputy: Good thing you guys can't keep a secret.

- Oh, I'll need to borrow your bike.
- Oh, well, then put a little air in the back tire, would you?
- Yeah. Harriet, don't forget to brush your teeth.
- Actually, now that some time has passed,
- I like "the full blossom of the evening."

- But he is important to you nonetheless.
- Leave with me tonight.
- Or I'll kill him.
- He doesn't know anything.
- The plane leaves at midnight.
- Be there.
- Or I'll come for you and your sheriff.
- That's the arrangement.

- I want a scent that makes a statement.
- Maybe you should try hanging it around your neck.
- It's a perfume, it's a fashion accessory.
- Two statements for the price of one.
- Ridgely: I don't appreciate your attitude.
- Well, thank you for shopping horne's department store.

Deputy: [Looking at Cooper's 10-ring target sheet] Only four hits?
Dale: Well I got four through the eyes and two through each nostril.

- Exactly.
- Because I'm in trouble.
- And given what I've become and the way I've treated people, there's no one else I can turn to.
- I need your help.
- Catherine. Catherine.

- She never blamed me.
- She never hated me for it.
- Couple of months later,
- Norma married Hank.
- So I don't believe in fate.
- You make your bed, you sleep in it.
- Sorry.
- Hawk: Ed, someone here to see you.

Dale: Diane... my recorder is on the table. I'm unable to reach it at this time. I can only hope that I inadvertently pressed the voice activation button. I'm lying on the floor of my room. I've been shot. There's a great deal of pain and a fair amount of blood. Fortunately I was wearing my bulletproof vest last night per bureau regulations when working undercover. I remember folding the vest up, trying to chase down a wood tick. If you can imagine the impact on your chest of three bowling balls dropped from a height of about nine feet, you might begin to approximate the sensation. All things considered, being shot is not as bad as I thought it might be, as long as you can keep the fear from your mind. But I guess you could say that about most anything in life. Its not so bad as long as you can keep the fear from your mind.

- Cooper: Yes, Albert?
- Replacing the quiet elegance of the dark suit and tie with the casual indifference of these muted earth tones is a form of fashion suicide, but, uh, call me crazy.
- On you, it works.
- Heh.
- Thank you, Albert.

- You straightened her out yet?
- I don't know what's up with her, man.
- Forget her.
- I got it figured, Laura and her.
- That cop mentioned something about the letter j.
- We're looking at some freaking biker.
- And some freaking biker's gonna get his head busted open.
- What's his name?
- And we'll finish this quick.

Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Cooper, I need to ask you a favor.
Special: Harry, let's get one thing straight. I work for you now. You say drink coffee, I'll drink coffee.

- When, Andy?
- "February 9, 1988."
- Teresa banks.
- Looks like Leo has an alibi for the night
- Teresa banks was murdered.
- Good work, Andy.
- Yeah. Woof.

- I miss her so much.
- Do you miss her?
- Yes, I miss her so much.
- I miss her so much.
- I miss her so much.
- I miss her so much.

- If you have a problem with this,
- I know you didn't ask to hear it.
- I don't have a problem. You tell me.
- It's true she was out of town this week, but she wasn't traveling.
- What she does is she goes to another town, shacks up in some cheap hotel with a couple of bottles and picks up guys and...

- I need to brush my teeth.
- Good idea.

- Nadine Butler.
- All right, Nadine. Let's start you off with a little tumbling.
- Man: Next event, corkscrew.
- My gosh. Did you see her do this?
Nadine: Hold on. I'm gonna throw you.
- Boy: Yeah, sure, you are.
Nadine: Corkscrew!

- Sold.
- Well, tomorrow comes early.
- Diane, it's 12:28 am.
- Looks like I'll be staying locally at a place called the great northern hotel.
- Sheriff's getting me a rate.
- When you least expect it.

- Shoe salesman?
- The one-armed man?
- He came in to show me some samples.
- The one-armed man was here?
- Yeah, he got faint and had to go to the bathroom.
- Never came back.
- Harry, remember in my dream?
- The one-armed man knew Bob.

- Nobody's seen him for at least a day, a day and a half.
- The room looks lived-in.
- Same drug as last time.
- A weird, deep smell.
- We're still waiting on Albert's analysis.
- Good work, hawk.
- Hawk, see you in the morning.

- More coffee?
- Is everything all right, ed?
- Couldn't be better.
- This is for you.

- I know the feeling.
- I couldn't promise you that I would always make sense or do things that you would expect me to do.
- Annie, I don't expect anything.
- Then I accept your kind and generous offer.
- Good. I'm glad.

- Man: Of course.
- Meet me in my office.
- Give me two minutes to break away.
- Hell hath no fury.
- What?
- Two minutes.
- Ah, Thor,
- I've been meaning to ask you, are you familiar with the word luhamsta?

- The body only weighed 65 pounds.
- How is that possible?
- I don't know.
- Maybe something to do with what I saw in the room when she died.
- Maybe we'd better just whistle on our way past the graveyard.
- Yeah.
- Anything on earle?
- Trail's stone-cold.
- Still waiting for his response.

Windom: Think of all the hapless sinners wondering where their soul's destination lies. For what? To gain the answer to a simple question: Where will my spirit awake? What life am I given after this life? Ha ha ha ha. This grave question has plagued man's sorry conscience for eons! Ha ha. And now you, you lucky boy, you have the answer. Now!

Sheriff: Lucy, you better bring Agent Cooper up to date.
Lucy: Leo Johnson was shot, Jacques Renault was strangled, the mill burned, Shelly and Pete got smoke inhalation, Catherine and Josie are missing, Nadine is in a coma from taking sleeping pills.
Dale: How long have I been out?

Malcolm: Mrs Marsh hired him to fix the Jaguar.
Cop: Jaguar.
[writing]
Cop: J-A-G-W... Car.

Audrey: [to Agent Cooper] You know, there's only one problem with you: you're perfect.

Special: Did you kill Laura Palmer?
[Leland, as Bob, hoots and yells like a wolf]
Leland: [in Bob's voice] That's a "yes".
Special: How about Maddy Ferguson?
Leland: What do you think?
Special: I'm asking you.
Leland: No really, what do you think?
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Answer the question.
Leland: Well, yeah gee wiz, I guess I kinda, sorta did. I have this thing for knifes. Just like what happended to you that time in Pittsburgh, Cooper!

- Leland.
- Take him down to the holding cell.

Dale: Diane, it's 11:55pm, approximately nineteen hours since the shooting incident which nearly caused me to make a premature purchase of the proverbial farm.

- Sometimes I actually feel dizzy.
- A man in love is supposed to feel that way.
- Well, my symptoms suggest the onset of malaria.
- But I've never felt better in my life.
- I'm sorry, Harry, that sounds foolish.
- No, no, man, it sounds lucky.

- I know, Andy.
- I know, I know, I know.
- It's what we call a real three-hankie crime.
- Albert rozerfeld,
- I don't like the way you talk smart about sheriff Truman or anybody.
- You just shut your mouth!

- Your secretary said to come in.
- Bobby Briggs.
- Bobby, you know what you have to have in this life?
- Balance.
- Distance.
- Symmetry.

Benjamin: Hank, you leave the creative thinking to the brothers horne.
- You're a bicep.
- Relax until we say, "flex."
- Now, that really makes me mad.
- You guys. Ha-ha-ha.
- Come in.

- Not even Fiddler on the roof?
- It made me weep like a little baby.
- I find the adherence to fantasy troubling and unreasonable.

- That I would ruin everything of mine?
- There's insurance money.
- My god.
- How could you?
- How could you think of such terrible things?
- How could you hurt me so?

- Hey, I'll take it from here.
- No. No, you won't.
- No, it's okay.
- Okay, but watch out for this one.
- Okay.

- that inspires a plan.
- Flight at sunset and dinner for two?
- When?
- What, the flight or the sunset?
- Well, I have to go to the library and have a meeting with my father later.
- A simple yes or no would do.
- And if you bring a hammer, you better bring some nails too.

Deputy: Listen to me, Lucy Moran, you just listen. When the Tacoma Sperm Bank was looking for donors, naturally I applied. It's my civic duty and I like whales. A routine physical examination revealed that I'm sterile. Sure I thought it meant that I didn't have to take a bath, but the doctors told me the truth. They told me I can't have babies. So what I wanna know now is why are you having one and how?

- and he's got the drop on Harry.
- Harry is deader than a pound of roadside stew.
- Then all of a sudden, a single shot rings out.
- All: All right.
- Hawk: Andy, my man.
- All right, Andy.
- Go ahead, Andy, give it your best shot.
- Go on.

- My vision ended and I awoke with a tremendous feeling of optimism and confidence in you and your future.
- That was my vision of you.
- Really?
- I'm so glad to have had this opportunity to share it with you.

Catherine: Hello Harry.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Forgive my saying so Catherine, but aren't you dead?

- Hey, Albert.
- Looks like you were more right than you know.
- Looks like a new pair of boots and a lot of cocaine.
- Andy.
- Good work.
- Hot damn that pie is good!

- Fred's a prince.
- So, boys, what's your pleasure?
- Cards and dice.
- For starters.
- Casino's that way.
- This mightjust be your lucky night.
- Luck has nothing to do with it.
- Not bad, ed. Not bad at all.

- Norma, hoping to spend much more time with you.
- If it's all right, we'd better check in.
- I've got a Tokyo fax waiting for me at the desk.
- We'll be at the great northern.
- I'm sorry we missed Henry.
- I'll call you later, okay?
- Okay. Nice to meet you.

- You got a twenty on agent Cooper?
- Hawk: He's downstream about ten minutes.
- He 7! Probably miss the catch, but he'll be there when we grill him.
- Truman: Copy that.
- We'll make our move as soon as the big fish shows his fins.
- Ready, Andy?
- Andy: Ready, Harry.

[first lines]
Dale: [into his mini tape recorder] Diane, it is 4:28 AM. I have just been woken up by the most God-awful racket which you can probably hear over the sound of my voice.
[Cooper holds up the tape recorder to a record a loud Icelandic drinking song coming from the next room]
Dale: Can you hear that? Up until this moment I have experienced nothing at the Great Northern Hotel but the most pleasant and courteous service imaginable. However, it just goes to prove a point that once a traveler leaves his home he loses almost 100% of his ability to control his environment. Diane, I was wondering if you could overnight express me a pair of pillow silicon ear plugs that I wore on my last trip to New York. Naturally, I didn't bring them with me on this trip because I didn't think I'd be needing them. However...
[Cooper again holds up the tape recorder to record the loud Icelandic song, and then turns the recorder off]

- To gain the answer to a simple question.
- Where will my spirit awake?
- What life am I given after this life?
- This grave question has plagued man's sorry conscience for eons.
- And now, you, you lucky boy.
- You have the answer.

- How many times have I asked you not to disturb the guests with this racket?

[last lines]
[Bob emerges from the red-curtained gateway of the Black Lodge]
Bob: I'm out!

FBI: The letter B, from Ronette's finger, was cut from a copy of "Flesh World". Perfect match. This particular edition features swingers' clubs for standard poodle enthusiasts. No comment.

Andrew: Thomas, we meet again.
Thomas: I don't believe in ghosts.
Andrew: Pity. It's an appealing notion. The return of the grisly phantom from the grave. You deserve haunting, to be sure. Look closer, Thomas. I'm alive!
Thomas: How?
Andrew: Guess. It's really very simple.
Thomas: Josie.

- All of it?
- Well, yeah.
- No, you didn't.
- Okay, Leo, when I get home,
- I'll do it.
- Now, Shelly.
- Okay.

- Where are my drape runners?
- Where are my drape runners?
- Nadine, how old are you?
- What kind of a stupid question is that?
- Answer me. How old are you?
- Thirty-five, you moron!

Windom: Once upon a time, there was a place of great goodness called the White Lodge. Gentle fawns gamboled there amidst happy, laughing spirits. The sounds of innocence and joy filled the air, and when it rained, it rained sweet nectar that infused one's heart to live life in truth and beauty. Generally speaking, a ghastly place, reeking of virtue's sour smell, engorged with the whispered prayers of kneeling mothers, mewling newborns, and fools, young and old compelled to do good without reason. But I'm happy to point out that our story does not end in this wretched place of saccharine excess. For there is another place, its opposite. A place of almost unimaginable power, chock full of dark forces and vicious secrets. No prayers dare enter this frightful maw, for spirits there care not for good deeds or priestly invocations. They are as likely to rip the flesh from your bones as to greet you with a happy "good day". And if harnessed, these spirits in this hidden land of unmuffled screams and broken hearts will offer up a power so vast that its bearer might reorder the Earth itself to his liking. Oh... this place I speak of is known as the Black Lodge and I intend to find it.

Cooper: Harry, I'm going to let you in on a little secret: every day, once a day, give yourself a present. Don't plan it; don't wait for it; just let it happen. It could be a new shirt in a men's store, a catnap in your office chair, or two cups of good, hot, black, coffee.

- It's not my idea, okay?
- You're nothing but meat on a hook to these people.
- Shut up.
- Audrey, can you hear me?
- Mm... who...?

- Lucy?
- What?
- Andy?

- Announcer: What a shot!
- I'm gonna go check my bike.

Bobby: Mr Horne, I have a great admiration for you.
Benjamin: Admiration is for poets and dairy cows, Bobby.
Bobby: I don't know what you mean by that.

FBI: There's over ten thousand dollars here. That's a lot of Girl Scout cookies.

- They won't be doing this test until after the baby is born, during which time
- I expect complete cooperation from each of you two gentlemen.
- Whatever you say, Lucy.
- I mean, it is your baby.
- Thank you.

Evelyn: [in a bar] Headed somewhere?
James: I'm sorry?
Evelyn: Is there some place you're going to, or running from?
James: [laughs] You got the wrong guy. I'm alright.
Evelyn: Men are always alright. Right up until they pull the trigger. And then we watch the neighbors solemnly march out to the news cameras to tell us: "He was such a nice, quiet guy."
James: [chuckles] Well, I'm only quiet on the outside.
Evelyn: I can almost hear what's inside from here... Live nearby?

Dale: James, you're not gonna be charged with drug posession. The cocaine we found in your bike was planted. Probally by Leo Johnson.
James: I was trying to tell you that when you arrested me. But I still don't think Leo planted it or called you at the station that night. I think Mike and Bobby did. They're the ones you should be...
Dale: [cutting him off] James! I don't want to see you down here at the station again. Stop trying to figure it out all by yourself. Find someone to talk to. Talk to me. Now go on home, James. Leave the case to me.

Donna: How long did you know Laura?
Harold: Ever since she began "Meals on Wheels". I was her best customer.
Donna: You don't seem much like a shut-in.
Harold: You mean, politely, what's the matter with me?
Donna: Okay.
Harold: I don't like to go outside. I... can't.

- We'll kill you if you don't.
- Then everybody dies.
- No, we'll trade.
- Trade?
- Ernie niles and agent Bryson for me.
- Coop.

Hank: It's at the mill.
- What is?
- What you're looking for.
- Drying shed 3, near the north gate.
- Guess I'll look in the other room.
- What do you want? Talk terms.
- We'll let you know.

- I don't know who it was.
- Andy: Harry.
- That was Lucy.
- Got a call from a guy that works up at the mill, janek pulaski.
- Says his daughter didn't come home last night.
- And she didn't show up at school today either.

[Leo Johnson is wearing the rear end of a horse costume]
Windom: Leo! It looks like you've finally found your calling!

Pete: [Pouring coffee] Mr. Cooper, how do you take it?
FBI: Black as midnight on a moonless night.
Pete: Pretty black.

- How will I, uh...?
- How will I know him?
- You're looking at him.
- Him? Him...
- Will you excuse me?
- I've got a nervous bladder.
Jeffrey: Why?! Why?! Why would you...?
- You could have...

- I'll get his home address.
- Gentlemen, when two separate events occur simultaneously pertaining to the same object of inquiry, we must always pay strict attention.
- Fellas, let's make a house call.
- Man: Nice game.

- Can do, cappy.
- Got a trout on the line, hawk.
- This one's a keeper.
- Man: I'm just gonna sit right here, okay?
- Woman: Come here, sweetie.
- Man: Look, we got all night, baby.

Dale: Ask me why I'm whittling.
Sheriff: I give up. Why are you whittling?
Dale: Because that's what you do in a town where a yellow light still means slow down, not go faster.

- Cooper: Ben horne,
- I would like you to accompany me to the sheriff's station.
- You might like to bring along
- Leland Palmer as your attorney.

- even this bucolic hideaway is filled with secrets.
- Secrets that may be connected to my trouble at the bureau and the cocaine that was found in my automobile.
- Agent Hardy's deliberations will soon be completed.
- And if I'm not adequately able to defend myself, there's a very real possibility of imprisonment.

- Something violent and noble.
- She begged me not to hurt him, made me promise, said it was for both our sakes.
- That was four years ago.
- One day, I swear, I'll kill him.
- No matter what it costs.

- the kind of money that your little performance just cost this family?
- If you ever pull another stunt like that, you are going to be scrubbing bidets in a Bulgarian convent.
- Oh, daddy, I'm so afraid.
- Laura died two days ago.
- I lost you years ago.

The: [talking backwards; subtitled] Wow, Bob, Wow. Fire walk with me.

- They seal the edges with a sugar glaze...
- Mm.
- And bake it under glass.
- Man: Mr. Horne, Mr. Horne.
- It is to die for.
- Have you seen Audrey today?
- No, I haven't.

- Leland, stop it.
- We have to dance.
- We have to dance, Sarah.
- We have to dance.
- For Laura.
- Oh, Leland, stop it.
- Give that to me, give it to me.
- We have to dance.
- Leland, Leland.
- Give it to me.

- I have some tackle in the truck.
- You do?
- Audrey, there are many cures for a broken heart, but nothing quite like a trout's leap in the moonlight.
- May I?
- You may.

- Harry.
- Your life is still your own.
- Josie didn't take that with her.
- I should have gotten her away.
- I should have taken her away from here!
- I loved her.
- She didn't have to die.

Sheriff: [Lucy is watching a soap opera] Morning, Lucy. What's going on?
Lucy: Uhh, thanks to Jade, Jared decided not to kill himself and he's changed his will, leaving the Towers to Jade instead of Emerald but Emerald found out about it and now she's trying to seduce Chet to give her the new will so she can destroy it. Montana's planning to kill Jared at midnight so the Towers will belong to Emerald and Montana but I think she's going to double cross him and he doesn't know it yet. Poor Chet.
Sheriff: What's going on... here?
Lucy: Uh, Agent Cooper is in the conference room with Dr. Jacoby.

- when we were younger, she used to hide cigarettes in her bedpost.
- The top of one of the posts screws off.
- I found a tape in her hiding place.
Sarah: Leland? Where did you go?
- I'll meet you and James tomorrow.
- Okay. And bring a tape recorder.
Sarah: Leland?

Windom: The only thing Columbus discovered was that he was lost!

Singer: Dust is dancing in the space
- I'm so sorry.

- Sycamore trees.
- An opening to a gateway.
- Footprints.

Sheriff Harry S. Truman: There's a sort of evil out there. Something very, very strange in these old woods. Call it what you want. A darkness, a presence. It takes many forms but... its been out there for as long as anyone can remember and we've always been here to fight it.

FBI: [Referring to an impressive array of doughnuts] A policeman's dream.

- You know, you are the best lawman
- I've ever seen.
- But, Coop, sometimes you think too much.
- Thank you, Harry.

- I'll recycle this.
- Bookhouse boy patch.
- We all agreed.
- You're one of us now.
- Harry, I am honored beyond my ability to express myself.
- You wear that in good health.
- You ever need us, we'll be there.

- Persistent random misfortune?
- Uh, they were killed.
- How were they killed, miss swain?
- Mysterious circumstances.
- I'm afraid the, uh, orphanage has never provided us with that information.
- Andy, let's go.
- Emergency up at the great northern.

- It wasn't like her.
- I don't know.
- I don't know anything anymore.
- Sometimes I think I should just get on my bike and go.
- James.
- Running away won't solve anything.

Windom: Eureka! It's fear. That's the key. My favorite emotional state. And all this time, it's been staring me right in the kisser... These night creatures that hover on the edge of our nightmares are drawn to us when we radiate fear. It's their bread and butter. A perfect symbiosis. Oh, nature, perfect in design and aspects. You do not disappoint!

- I'm in the black lodge with Dale Cooper.
- I'm waiting for you.

- could you come with me, please?
- Okay, here's how this is going to work.
- I'm going to keep my baby.
- Oh.
- That's not open for discussion.
- I see.
- Be quiet, let her talk.
- Got a light?

- How do I do that?
- Oh, you have all the clues you need.
- The answer is not here, my friend.
- The answer is here.
- I don't understand.
- So much responsibility.

- Bob...
- I know you're near.
- I'm after you now.

Jerry: Now, Audrey, you know I was upset too, but there's some projects, both domestic and international, that *I*'d like a chance to develop. I mean, one man's crisis is another man's opportunity.
[kisses her forehead]
Audrey: Let me tell you something, Uncle Jerry. We leave him the way he is, and I become executor of the estate.
Jerry: Oh, Audrey, it's a little more complicated than that, sweetheart.
Audrey: No it isn't. I examined his will, Jerry. If my father becomes incapacitated, it all goes to me when I'm old enough. And I *am* old enough, Jer, and he *is* incapacitated. I have my way either way. Where the only project you'll be developing is selling baseboard heaters at the local Cash 'n' Carry.
Jerry: [sees the light] What's happened to the man is a tragedy.
Audrey: It is a tragedy, Jer.

- Harry, we need to get a search warrant for Leo Johnson's house.
- No need. Leo was shot in his own living room.
- Deputy Brennan found him.
- You're not going anywhere.
- Doc. When the will is invoked, the recuperative powers of the physical body are simply extraordinary.
- Just give me a couple of hours to get dressed.

- You know, that's an awfully cute buck, Harry.
- Let's not waste our time.
- Okay.
- Why don't you just sign in like a good boy?
- Keep your nose clean for another week.

- It is happening again.
- It is happening again.

- Sweetie?
- But, Lucy, it's horrible.
- Andy.
- Sweetie.
- Oh, god.

- Aren't we being a little fonnard?
- Come on, guys. I wanna hear some grunting and see some sweat.
- Attaboy, Nelson.
- Come on, pump it.
- Pump it.
- Hey, what's your name, little lady?
- Nadine Butler.
- Well, Nadine, ever give any thoughts of going out for the wrestling team?

- Go on whatever vision quest you require.
- Stand on the rim of the volcano, stand alone and do your dance.
- Just find this beast before he takes another bite.
- God help me,
- I don't know where to start.
- You're on the path.
- You don't need to know where it leads.
- Just follow.

- I also learned that Audrey home is missing.
- Audrey's absence touches me in ways I could not predict.
- I find myself thinking not of clues or of evidence but of the content of her smile.
- Who is it?
- Garland: It's major Briggs, agent Cooper.

- Clear this up for me.
- I wouldn't expect you to understand.
- I will strive to be understanding.
- Do you have any idea what a combination of sexual maturity and superhuman strength can result in?

- They have women agents?
- More or less.
- Audrey, if you'll excuse us.
- Agency business.
- I thought you were suspended.
- Thanks again. Good night.
- Thank you. Heh.
- You're welcome. Ha, ha.

- How did he die?
- He was shot three times in the back of the head.
- Truman: Josie...
- If you were ever gonna tell the truth, now would be an ideal time.
- Think I'll get another cup ofjoe.

- No, you get out of here!
- Ed, make him go away.
- What's she doing here?
- It's not fair.
- Please...
- Ed, make...

Bobby: Norma, see you in my dreams.
Norma: Not if I see you first.

- Oh, god.
- Oh. Donna, don't you worry about a thing.
- I'll get us some lemonade and we'll sit down and give it a think and we'll work the problem out.
- Together.

- Save Shelly. huh?
- Save Shelly.

Special: [very serious] Fellas, let's stand together for a moment. It's time I mentioned something. Now, I'm not sure, but I believe I was visited by a giant. Twice. In my room. He left me three clues. The first had to do with Jacques Renault in a body bag. It came true almost immediately. The second was, "The owls are not what they seem." The third was about a man who points without chemicals.
Sheriff: [perplexed] You were visited... by a giant?
Special: [nods yes]
FBI: Any relation to the dwarf?

- The little flower room.
- Why is he holding out on me?
- What?
- Why is he holding out on me?
- What's that, blackie?
- Who's holding out on who?
- Please.
- Oh, blackie.

Blackie: Well Fred, what's your line?
Big: [undercover] Own a gas station.
[Cooper nudges Ed in his side]
Big: I'm an oral surgeon.
Blackie: Well, I got a Chevy parked out back with a serious root-canal problem. Want to take a look?

Bobby: Doc Hayward said you needed familiar stimulants, so we figured, what the hell, kazoos.

Annie: [praying] Our bones are scattered at the grave's mouth / As when one cutteth wood upon the earth / But mine eyes are unto thee, O God the Lord: / In thee is my trust: leave not me / Keep me from the snares they have laid for me / And the gins of the workers of iniquity / Let the wicked fall into their own nets / Whilst that I withal escape.

Deputy: One woman can make you fly like an eagle, another can give you the strength of a lion, but only one in the Cycle Of Life can fill your heart with wonder and the wisdom that you have known a singular joy.

- I'm so clumsy lately.
- I can hardly believe it.
Norma: Shelly, get those band-aids, and I'll get a towel.
- Oh, Eddie.
- I am so happy
- I could just kiss you to death.

- Two.
- Audrey?
Blackie O'Reilly: Not such a bad way to go, all things considered.
- No, no. It's beautiful.
- Is she alone?
- Nancy's with her.
- What does she do for you I can't?
- Well, something new.

Shelly: Do you want some more pie? A whole pie?
FBI: Yes I would Miss Johnson, and a piece of paper and a pencil. I plan on writing an epic poem about this gorgeous pie.

- It feels better.
- San Francisco's really cool.
- Next stop, Mexico.
- I 'i/ be back with a million stories.
- I promise.
- [Love you, James.

- Bobby, what happened the first time that you and Laura made love?
- What the hell kind of question is that?
- Bobby, did you cry?
- Did I what?
- And then what did Laura do?
- Did she laugh at you?

- There's been an accident.
- Jeffrey is dead.
- His car?
- Yes.

- Hello?
- She seemed like a very nice girl.

Special: Have any of you fellows heard of a place called the White Lodge?
Deputy: Where did you hear that?
Special: Well, it was the last thing Major Briggs said to me before he disappeared. He asked me if I ever heard of a place called the White Lodge and I told him I hadn't. He wouldn't tell me why.
Deputy: Cooper, you may be fearless in this world. But there are other worlds. Worlds beyond life and death. Worlds beyond scientific reality.
Special: Tell me more.
Deputy: My people believe that the White Lodge is a place where the spirits that rule man and nature reside. There is also a legend of a place called the Black Lodge. The shadow self of the White Lodge. Legend says that every spirit must pass through there on the way to perfection. There, you will meet your own shadow self. My people call it The Dweller on the Threshold.
Special: Dweller on the Threshold.
Deputy: But it is said that if you confront the Black Lodge with imperfect courage, it will utterly annihilate your soul.

- Cooper!
- Cooper!
- Annie!
- Annie.
- Annie!

- I'm sorry about your friend, honey.
- There's nothing you can do.
- So why don't you trundle along to your little town, safe in the knowledge that, if I ever see you here again,
- I'll kill you.
- Don't do this to him, please!
- Please.

- Thanks, Harry.
- Ronette?

- Everybody gone? Not good.
- Julie: The nonnegians are leaving.
- Nonnegians are leaving.
- Listen to me.
- You are throwing away the investment opportunity of a lifetime.
- Better that than to throw a lifetime away.
- You stay out of this!
- Ha, ha.
- Julie: The nonnegians are leaving.

- two, three.
- Queen Donna.
- Queen Audrey.
- Queen Shelly, good.
- Now, see if you can find the king.

- Laura.
- Oh, Laura, my baby.
- Oh, Laura, my baby.
- Leland, Leland.

- I suppose this will include a phone conversation with Mike,
- Mr. Bonehead-boyfriend.
- No, this is about Laura.
- And it's really, really serious.
- Check.
- Okay, thank you.
- Ha, ha.

Albert: I have seen some slip-shod backwater burgs, but this place takes the cake.

- Did she say anything to you?
- She said good night.
- And I said good...
- Good night, sweetheart.

- Put them right down there by the doughnuts, deputy.
- Anyone for a warm-up?
- Yes.
- You bet. You bet.
- Right over here.
- Thanks, Lucy.
- Damn good coffee.
- Would everyone please take a seat?

Harold: Laura liked to think of me as... a mystery in her life.

Donna: [reading from Laura's diary] February 22nd. Last night I had the strangest dream. I was in a red room with a small man dressed in red and an old man sitting in a chair. I tried to talk to him. I wanted to tell his who Bob is because I thought he could help me. My words came out slow and odd. It was frustrating trying to talk. I got up and walked to the old man. Then I leaned over and whispered the secret in his ear. Somebody has to stop Bob. Bob's only afraid of one man, he told me once. A man named Mike. I wonder if this was Mike in my dream. Even if it was only a dream, I hope he heard me. No one in the real world would believe me. February 23rd. Tonight is the night that I die. I know I have to because it's the only way to keep Bob away from me. The only way to tear him out from inside. I know he wants me, I can feel his fire. But if I die, he can't hurt me anymore.

- I lost my true lover a-courtin' too slow courting's a pleasure parting's a grief a false-hearted lover is worse than a thief

Albert: I've performed the autopsy on Jacques Renault. Stomach contents revealed... let's see, beer cans, a Maryland licence plate, half a bicycle tire, a goat, and a small wooden puppet. Goes by the name of Pinocchio.
Dale: You're making a joke!
Albert: I like to think of myself as one of the happy generation.

- than a tight sweater and a perky attitude.
- Randy, I'm learning the business.
- Every week a different department.
- I don't want your job.
- Yes, I look forward to your stint in housekeeping.
- This came for you this morning.
- Good luck, miss horne.
- You'll need it.

- sponsored by home industries, to benefit the stop ghostwood development movement.
- Something to do with wine.
Dick: And now, to the tasting.
- Lana, Lucy, if you'd like to help me pour, please.

- Are you?
- Yeah, of course I am. Yes.
- Bobby, opportunity knocks.
- I want you to follow Hank Jennings.
- I want you to chronicle his existence.
- Show me something that I don't already know.

- Right. Stay there.
- Follow him if he moves.
- Traveling east on highway 12, how long will it take us to reach the timber falls motel?
- Half an hour.
- Ten minutes.
- Depends how you go.
- Hawk's found our one-armed man.

- All that dry timber lying around.
- A stray spark.
- One night.
- Some night when Pete's off on a toot with smokey the bear.
- Now I remember...
- How all those hours turned into days.

- Randy, has Audrey returned?
- No, sir.
- No messages from her?
- No, sir.
- Would you send someone up for my bags, please?
- Certainly.

- Dance with him.
- It is serious. Dance with him.
- All right.
- Man 1: Jerry, what's going on?
- Get Jacoby, get a net, but get him out of my life.

- Set me up.
- Set me up.
- Chicks and ducks and geese better scurry when I take you out in the surrey when I take you out in the surrey with the fringe on top

Benjamin: Oh, thank god.
- All right, let's everyone just get into the car.

- Harry, we're not gonna find any fingerprints in here.
- No mistakes. No slip-ups.
- Everything has its own rationale, precision, intelligence.
- Windom earle is a genius.
- And he's taken his first pawn in a very sick game.

Dale: Gordon, there's some curious linkages here.
FBI: The word linkage reminds me of sausage. Never cared much for the links, preferred the patties, but breakfast is a real good idea.

- Did anyone see you come in here?
- You do realize the risk if anyone sees us.
- This was hidden in her desk where you said it would be.
- Then we can proceed.
- When?
- Tomorrow night.

Dale: [Lucy pours Cooper a cup of coffee. He takes a sip and promptly spits it out]
Dale: Damn fine coffee! And hot!

- Why don't we let Lana and the mayor talk things over together? Alone.
- I don't wanna talk. I wanna shoot.
- Now, Dwayne, you can always shoot later. Talk first.
- Come on, in here.
- Lana, it's okay. Mr. Mayor, please.
- Mr. Mayor, please.

- He's talking to me, but I can't hear him.
- Only the kiss.
- I never saw him again.
- It was the first time I ever fell in love.
- That's all.
- That was beautiful, Donna.

Sheriff: I've had just about enough of you and your insults!
Albert: Oh yeah? Well, I've had about enough of this small town filled with morons and half wits, dolts, dunces, dullards and dumbbells... and you... you chowder-head yokel, you blithering hayseed. You've had enough of me?
Sheriff: Yes, I have.
[Truman punches Albert in the face]

Sarah: Yeah.
- Yeah, his hair was long.
- Filthy, gray-on-gray, long hair.

Dale: Denise, I would assume you're no longer interested in girls.
DEA: Coop, I may be wearing a dress, but I still pull my panties on one leg at a time, if you know what I mean
Dale: Not really.

The: It is happening again. It is happening again.

- Truman: Josie.
- Josie, what's wrong?
- Nothing.
- Nothing?
- God, you're beautiful.

- An ice cube?
- Right.
- And ourjob now is to help my father come back from limbo land before he melts away and leaves us with a handful of nothing.
- We wouldn't want that to happen, would we?
- So from now on, Bobby,
- I'm the one you suck up to.
- What about Shelly?
- What about Shelly?

- Do you want dessert?
- Do you want pie?
- Harry?
- Harry?

Harold: [to Donna] I thought you were different. You made me feel I could return to the world and find something decent, pure. But you're just like all the others. You lie. And you betray! And then you laugh about it!

Windom: These evil sorcerers, dugpas, they call them, cultivate evil for the sake of evil and nothing else. They express themselves in darkness for darkness, without leavening motive. This ardent purity has allowed them to access a secret place of great power, where the cultivation of evil proceeds in exponential fashion. And with it, the furtherance of evil's resulting power. These are not fairy tales, or myths. This place of power is tangible, and as such, can be found, entered, and perhaps, utilized in some fashion. The dugpas have many names for it, but chief among them is the Black Lodge... But you don't believe me, do you? You think I'm mad. Overworked. Go away.

- I mean, I've been wearing boxer shorts every day just like you told me.
- You wanna give it another shot?
- Yes, sir. I would.
- I'll need to take a sample with me.
- Right now?
- Put it in a brown bag.
- I'll wait in the car.

Albert: Oh yeah, well I've had about enough of morons and half wits, dolts, dunces, dullards and dumbbells... and you, you chowder-head yokel, you blithering hayseed. You've had enough of me?
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Yes I have.
[punches Albert in the face]

Dale: This must be where pies go when they die.

- We have some soft drinks and some fruit punch, some sparkling cider.
- Uh, fruit punch.
- That'd be good, thank you.
- I'll get it.
- Okay.
- Uh, why don't you fellas sit down at the table and I'll go check on the roast.

Benjamin: Strive for goodness? Tell the hardest truth first?
John: Just do the best you can. That's all you really can do.

- I think that, you know,
- I'm gonna catch a glimpse of her out of the corner of my eye.
- Sometimes it's like
- I really do see her.
- James, listen.
- We're gonna find out who killed her.
- This is about us.
- We have to do this for us, not just for her.

- I want you rockin' back inside my heart rockin' back inside my heart shadow in my house
Singer: Dust is dancing in the space
- A dog and bird are far away
- The sun comes up and down each day

Dr. Will Hayward: Hell of a way to kill a tick.

Jerry: Sheriff, your 24 hours are up. I demand you to arrest my client or release him!
Sheriff: Ben Horne, you are under arrest for the murder of Laura Palmer.
Ben: Great move, Jer.

- Hang in there, and let Bobby do his thing.
- It's for both of us, okay?
- I gotta ramble.
- Cross your fingers, cross your toes.
- This is the big time. Whoo!
- Later.

- Dear Josie...
- Huh!
- I'm home, did you miss me?
- Oh, she looked surprised.
Catherine: Poor Josie.
Andrew: Oh, she has her charms, though.
- Yes, but not for long.

- You may go to your room.
- Thank you.
- Josie...
- I'll take breakfast at 7 in my room.
- Coffee, juice, dry toast, oatmeal.
- Yes.
- Sweet dreams.

The: [introduction] There is a sadness in this world, for we are ignorant of many things. Yes, we are ignorant of many beautiful things - things like the truth. So sadness, in our ignorance, is very real. The tears are real. What is this thing called a tear? There are even tiny ducts - tear ducts - to produce these tears should the sadness occur. Then the day when the sadness comes - then we ask: "Will this sadness which makes me cry - will this sadness that makes my heart cry out - will it ever end?" The answer, of course, is yes. One day the sadness will end.

- It was right here.
- The great northern dining room.
- If I close my eyes,
- I can almost see it.
- Little Audrey home as Heidi.
- Well, anyway, it's unforgettable.
- I was 10. Hey!
- Thank you.

- Is this your friend Katrina?
- Katrina? Katrina.
- Come along, girls.

- If you go down there with the necklace and no alibi...
- What about you?
- I'll get rid of it.
- No.
- I'll hide it.
- All right. We'll Bury it.
- Okay.
- Right here.
- Okay.

- We're...
- We're planning a service...
- But they haven't found the body.
- Oh, Pete.
- In a couple of days we'll go ahead.
- I don't know exactly what we'll be burying.

- One of these days, before you know it,
- I'm gonna be grown-up and on my own, and you better watch out.
- Okay, Audrey. It's a deal.
- You know, there's only one problem with you.
- You're perfect.

- Uh, will the first candidate please approach the committee?
- Lana? Come on up, honey.

- her smile was to say it was all right to cry the woods was our sadness the dance was her calling it was Laura and she came to kiss me goodbye

- I wish you nothing but the very best in all things.
- Thank you, dad.
- Garland: See you later. Call.
- Okay.
- Major?
- How was the pie?
- Exceptional, as always.

- Also, I got the highest scores in mathematics and English this midseason term, just as my sisters, Harriet and Donna, did before me.
- So now I don't have to worry about being ashamed anymore.
- Before I play,
- Harriet would like to read a poem about your daughter and our friend Laura.

- Leo, man, am I glad to see you.
- Was there something
- I could help you with?
- Actually, it's you I was looking for, the cops, man, they're after you.
- Liar.
- Shelly's dead. You killed her.
- Aah! Unh!
- No, Leo.

Bobby: Is there anything I can do for you?
Audrey: How about taking me out for some ice cream?
Bobby: Cup or cone?
Audrey: Cone. I like to lick.

- Mrs. Horne, it might help if you talk to Johnny yourself.
- So you think it might help?
- Well, you can tell Johnny one more time that Laura isn't coming this afternoon to work with him.
- Or tomorrow afternoon or any afternoon.
- Now, what is so difficult to understand about that?

- Leland died at peace.
- In his last moments, he saw Laura.
- He kept saying how much he loved her.
- And I believe she welcomed him, that she forgave him.
- It's time.

Dale: Who are you?
"Mike": My name is Mike.
Dale: What are you?
"Mike": I am an inhabiting spirit.
Dale: Who is Phillip Gerard?
"Mike": He is host to me.
Dale: You spoke to me in my dream, about Bob.
"Mike": He was my familiar.
Dale: Where does Bob come from?
"Mike": That cannot be revealed.
Dale: What does Bob want?
"Mike": He is Bob, eager for fun. He wears a smile, everybody run. Do you understand the parasite? It attaches itself to a life form and feeds. Bob requires a human host. He feeds on fear and the pleasures. They are his children. I am similar to Bob. We once were partners.
Dale: Through the darkness of futures past / The magician longs to see
"Mike": One chance out between two worlds / Fire walk with me. But then I saw the face of God and was purified. I took off the arm, but remained close to this vessel, inhabiting from time to time for one single purpose.
Dale: To find Bob.
"Mike": To stop him. This is his true face. But few can see it. The gifted and the damned.
Dale: Is Bob near us now?
"Mike": For nearly 40 years.
Dale: Where?
"Mike": A large house made of wood. Surrounded by trees. The house is filled with many rooms, each alike, but occupied by different souls, night after night.
Dale: The Great Northern Hotel.

- Shelly, I think we should get married.
- Bobby.
- Leo. I'm still wearing his ring.

- Yes, Catherine, I'm listening.
- I just thought you ought to know what your sentimental, goodwill shenanigans cost us yesterday.
- You do know what shenanigans are, don't you?
- Shutting down the mill cost us $87,000 and change.
- You really think that would have made brother Andrew happy.

FBI: Agent Cooper, it's showtime. You've heard the charges. What do you wish to present as your defense?
Special: I have no defense. I am completely confident that in the rightness of my actions. Some of it occurred outside of Bureau guidelines, and I will pay the price for that. But I am innocent of any criminal wrongdoing. If they wish to charge me, I will defend myself in a court of law.
FBI: Dale. There's a right way and a wrong way to do this. And the first thing we expect is for a Bureau man to stand up for himself. A man who can't, who doesn't even try, well, he may be packing feathers where his spine is supposed to be.
Special: Roger. I know the moves I'm supposed to make. And I know the board.
FBI: So?
Special: I've been doing a lot of thinking lately. And I've started to focus out beyond the edge of the board. On a bigger game.
FBI: What game?
Special: The sound the wind makes through the vines. The sentience of animals. What we fear in the dark and what lies beyond the darkness.
FBI: What the hell are you talking about?
Special: I'm talking about seeing beyond fear, Roger. About looking at the world with love.
FBI: They're liable to extradite you for murder and drug trafficking.
Special: These are things I cannot control.

- Well, we're all pretty broken up about what happened today, sir.
- Besides,
- Bobby's doing most of the driving.
- I'll see if she wants to come down.
- Mike, would you mind waiting out here, please?
- The best-laid plans of mice and men.
- Snake, man. Let's go!

FBI: Sheriff Truman, would you sit down? We'd like to ask you a few questions.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: I'll stand.
FBI: Well, let me begin by saying that whatever Agent Cooper is guilty of will not be held against you. And your cooperation will be useful and greatly appreciated.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: If I understand the law correctly, you need extradtion papers in order to get a statement from me, Mountie King. And you need a subpoena from a judge, Agent Hardy. Now, unless you gentlemen have that paperwork, I suggest you take your cooperation and stuff it.
FBI: [firm tone] That attitude will not serve you, or Agent Cooper.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: That's not an attitude. That's a promise. Agent Cooper is the finest lawman I've ever known. I've had nothing but respect for him since he arrived in Twin Peaks. Now, I don't know what information or evidence you have against Agent Cooper or where you got it from, but it is dead wrong.
FBI: [cold tone] Thank you for your time.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Help yourself to a coffee on your way out.

- Tear it.
- What?
- Tear it.

[looking at the dead body of Bernard Renault]
Ben: And do we know if the late Bernard gave you up?
Leo: I told him that if he ever did, I'd kill him.
Ben: Well, did he?
Leo: No, but he shouldn't have trusted me. Like I said, Bernie wasn't too bright.

Sheriff Harry S. Truman: This is Special Agent Dale Cooper.
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby: [He removes an earplug] Gary Cooper?
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Agent Cooper.

- If you're not gonna tell me what I need to know,
- I'll find out from Benjamin horne.
- No.
- Then tell me.
- All right, this is your choice, not mine.
- Donna.
- Donna!

- I like you.
- You know how to interest a man.
- That's half the battle.
- Next time, we will play a different game.
- I'll make the rules.
- You'll like it. Fun game.
- Everybody wins.

- Cosmetics or something.
- Just part-time at first, till I graduate.
- You're really serious, aren't you?
- You have to start to think about the future, daddy, just like I am.
- The future?
- Our family's future.
- Please let me be your daughter again.
- Audrey...

- Love poems of lord Byron, the Kama Sutra, hookers and handmaidens.
- Sheriff, look at this.
- What a falling out was here.
- Doug.
- Lord, I hate to say it, I told you so.

- Next, you take a mound, and I mean a mound, of sweetbreads, saute them with some chestnuts and some Canadian bacon.
- Finally, biscuits.
- Big biscuits, smothered in gravy.
- Now, here's where it gets tricky.
- You're gonna need some anchovies...
- Excuse me.

Mr. Tojamura: Oh Ben. We've spent our entire adult lives lying to each other. Why spoil it with the truth now?

[first lines]
Dale: Diane, 6:18 AM, room 315, Great Northern Hotel here in Twin Peaks.

- We'll see, won't we?
- Four for us, and just a little to put the last nail in Cooper's coffin.
- I'll call you when I'm done.
- Where will you put it?
- The car.
- Won't take much, just a trace of this.
- I want him crucified.

- I knew this day was going to come.
- I'm not going tojail. I can't.
- Put it down, Josie.
- Harry.
- Put it down!
- Harry, forgive me.
- I never meant to hurt you.

Bobby: [to James Hurley] When you least expect it...
[He and Mike Nelson bark and howl]

The: Through the darkness of futures past/ The magician longs to see/ One chants out between two worlds/ Fire Walk With Me

Pete: [calling the police to report the discovery of body of Laura Palmer] She's dead... wrapped in plastic...

- Serialized denominations, as you instructed.
- My daughter's life is in your hands.

- How's our baby boy?
- Sound asleep.
- Dreaming of love.
- Lucky, lucky, lucky boy.
- Lucky, lucky, lucky.

Major: Taht mug uoy ekil si gniog ot emoc kcab ni elyts... Taht mug uoy ekil...

- Ben, I gotta go.
- They're gassing up the jet as we speak.
- Well, you can call her when you get to wherever it is you are in such a hurry to get to.
- A friend of mine...
- He was more than a friend. He was a partner... he's been murdered.

Annie: I'd like to quote these words from Chief Seattle, leader of the Suquamish tribe. "Your dead are soon forgotten and never return. Our dead never forget the beautiful world that gave them being. They still love its verdant valleys, its murmuring rivers, its majestic mountains." When the last red man has vanished from this earth, these forests and shores will still hold their spirits. For the Indians love the earth as a newborn loves its mother's heartbeat. Why have we all lost touch with this beauty? Maybe saving a forest starts with preserving some of the feelings that die inside us every day - those parts of ourselves that we deny. For if we cannot respect that interior land, then neither can we respect the land we walk. So let us, in walking gently upon the earth, leave behind a simple legacy: that we're new warriors, mystic warriors, who love the earth, and try to save it. Thank you very much.

Harry: Do you think they spotted us?
Cooper: Give me a donut.

- Diane, I was wondering if you could overnight express to me two pair of those ear-pillow silicone earplugs which I used on my last trip to New York.
- Naturally, I didn't bring them with me on this trip, because I didn't feel it would be necessary.
- However...

FBI: [He sees the Log Lady seated nearby, cradling her log and drinking coffee] Log Lady.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Right.
FBI: [He waves to her] Hi.
[She looks away]
FBI: Can I ask her about her log?
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Many have.

The: [talking backwards; subtitled] I've got good news. That gum you like is going to come back in style.

- English caramels.
- Sugar's what you need.
- Please...
- Go slow, baby.
- Candy's dandy, huh?
- Plenty more where that came from.
- My name is Jean.

- How old are you?
- Eighteen.
- We'll see you later, Audrey.
- See you later.
- Ha, ha.
- I'll see you later, sons of olden!
- How do you say that?
- My brother will love you guys.

- Then we set up a whole parade of inspectors, federal, county, state, until Jerry gets back with a full report.
- If there's any money, we can run it thru the Caymans.
- Pick up some money on the exchange rate.
- And if we have to, we can drop escrow into a black hole for six months.
- Ah?
- That's my Leland.

- I don't care what orders you've got, this is my station and major Briggs happens to be a friend of...
- Harry.
- I'm afraid we will have to continue this discussion at a later date.
- Are you sure you wanna go with them?
- Goodbye.
- Major.

- What do you wish to present as your defense?
- I have no defense.
- I am completely confident in the rightness of my actions.
- Some of it occurred outside of bureau guidelines, I will pay the price for that.
- But I'm innocent of any criminal wrongdoing.
- If they wish to charge me,
- I will defend myself in a court of law.

- Margaret, it's always very nice to see you.
- But if you're gonna spit your sticky pitch gum out in the diner, please use an ashtray and not the counter or the booth like you did last time?
- I'll have a bear claw.

Special: I hope it's not Josie, for Harry's sake.
Albert: Coop, as you know, Truman and I have had our differences in the past, but the big lug's got his heart in the right place, if nothing else, and I'm not above feeling a little sympathy for the stalwart and the dull.
Special: What's your point, Albert?
Albert: Speaking frankly?
Special: Feel free.
Albert: Our sheriff's got a serious problem with his girlfriend.

Eileen: Donna? Donna, where are you?
- What is it, mom?
Eileen: Deputy hawk is on the phone.
- I'll be right there.
Eileen: He says it's important.

- Hey, man, the story's cool, but you promised me beer.
- You told me there was gonna be a party.
- I mean, white lodge, black lodge?
- I mean, what's the big deal?
- In time, young man.
- Everything in time.

FBI: I will remind you that these crimes occurred at night.

FBI: Cooper. You remind me today of a small Mexican Chihuahua.

- buy 50 gallons of heating oil?
- Man 2: Yeah, yeah, I already got it.
- To heat a log cabin.
- Harry, you're all right.
- Jacques' brother said something about a place up near the state line.
- Fellas, let's pack a lunch.
- We're taking a walk in the woods.

- She's gonna be just fine.
- She's over at the hospital.
- I need to brush my teeth.
- Sure. Come on.
- I'll help you up.
- Take her easy now.

- How did you know?
- Laura told me in her dream.
- We're gonna need a lot stronger evidence than this.
- How about a confession, Harry?
- Truman: You have the right to an attorney.
- If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you.

Tim: [holding a pine weasel] Unfortunately this little friendly fella is incredibly curious, making him very easy for one to trap.
[the weasel moves towards Dick]
Tim: He is also attracted to bright shiny objects.
Dick: Must be my studs.
Tim: And also, it is amazing, he is particularly attracted to various smells, like, believe it or not, very cheap cologne. I think he wants to give you a kiss, Dick.
Dick: Oh please, Mr Pinkle!

- Now are our brows bound with victorious wreaths;
- A stag party?
- And I wasn't even invited?
- Where the hell have you been?
- Ben, I have had an absolutely killer schedule.

- In the other room, the girl dreams of fishes and dark iakebeds and tangle weeds.
- What about blackie?
- I've waited long enough.
- We have our fun tonight.
- Kiss me.
- Andy: Right. Okay. Bye.

- It's a baguette, with brie and butter.
- I had four of these damn things every day I was there.
- You got to try this thing.
- Here, go ahead, eat it, go ahead.
- Go ahead.
- Oh, yeah.

Laura: I feel like I know her... but sometimes my arms bend back.

- was a decision to end her life.
- Are you saying Laura wanted to die?
- Cooper: Doctor,
- Laura Palmer did not commit suicide.
- No, no.
- But maybe she allowed herself to be killed.

The: My log saw something that night.

- My baby.
- It's my little girl.
- God, god.
- Let's get out of here.
- I can't...
- Oh, god.

- What do you mean? She snuck out?
- Maybe you have an idea where she might have gone.
- Maybe you can help us find her.
- Oh, we'll find her.
- Don't you worry about that.
- Roadhouse.
- Let's go.

- to this beautiful girl,
- I'm gonna shoot your ugly face off, okay, man?
- Sheriff's deputy.
- Now, Shelly, you do exactly what we said, and everything's gonna be fine.
- Okay? Come here. Mm.

Sheriff: Morning, Leo.
Leo: [hostile and beligerent tone] Who the hell is he?
Sheriff: This is Special Agent Cooper, FBI. He's investigating the murder of Laura Palmer. He'd like to ask you a couple of questions.
Leo: So ask!
Dale: Leo... is that short for Leonard?
Leo: That's a question?

- Does this include a gratuity?
- Yes, sir.
- Thank you. Thank you kindly.
- The milk will get cool on you.
- Pretty soon.
- Okay.
- I've heard about you.

- You big bully!
- Eddie?
- Can you hear me?
- Nadine?
- Yeah, Nadine's here.
- Don't you worry about a thing, baby.
- Nadine will take care of everything.

- Katherine, I have the final say-so.
- Peter, push the plug.
- Pete, don't you dare.
- Katherine, please.
- Shorty, tell the boys to pull the plug.
- That's right.

- He's playing a stalemate game.
- Cooper doesn't know the meaning of stalemate!
- He's getting help.
- I cannot tolerate people who do not play by the rules.
- People who shirk the standards!
- Many people are going to regret this.

- Truman: Settle down. Everybody settle down. Don't panic! This way.
- I will help you.
Annie: Aah!

- So he waited for it to leave the arms and the fingers so they could be maneuvered onto the chess board.
- And then he played Zeus at the power station.
- What was found?
- This map.
- Taped to the bottom of a table.
- Good work, Albert.

[Lucy is watching "Invitation To Love"]
Sheriff: Morning Lucy, what's going on?
Lucy: Er... thanks to Jade, Jared decided not to kill himself, and he's changed his will leaving the Towers to Jade instead of Emerald, but Emerald found out about it, and now she's trying to seduce Chet to give her the new will so that she can destroy it; Montana's planning to kill Jared at midnight so the Towers will belong to Emerald and Montana, but I think she's going to double-cross him and he doesn't know it yet. Poor Chet.
Sheriff: What's going on *here*?

- Um, I lost that number that he gave me for black Rose.
- Do you have it?
- Yeah, I got it.
Audrey: Great.
Jenny: Here.
- Okay, I'll talk to you later.
Audrey: Okay, see you tomorrow.

- Life is change.
- I want you to listen to me when I tell you that this is how it's gonna be.
- Don't patronize me, you goon.
- You're a mess, Ben. Look at you.
- You screwed up, boss man.
- You're out, Ben.

Deputy: Listen, the Tacoma Sperm Bank was looking for donors. Naturally, I applied because it was my civic duty... and I like whales. A routine physical revealed that I was sterile. Sure I thought that meant that I didnt have to take a bath. But then they told me the truth. Cheryl, I cant have babies. So how are you pregnant?"

Dale: Were you friends with Laura Palmer?
Audrey: Not exactly. You see, Laura tutored my brother Johnny three times a week. Johnny's 27 and he's in the third grade. He's got emotional problems. Runs in the family.
[pause]
Audrey: Do you like my ring?

- Bobby?
- Bobby?

- You can have the body all day tomorrow.
- No, I can't do it, they're gonna put her in the ground on Monday.
- Albert, listen.
- If you come up through Lewis fork,
- I can recommend a place for lunch.
- The lamplighter inn.
- They got a cherry pie there that'll kill you.

- Andy: Harry, do you know who it is?
- Harry, do you know who it is?
- Harry.
- What's that?
- Harry, do you know who it is?
- It's Andy.
- He seems pretty upset about something.
- Harry, it's agent rosenflower.

- Has learned that his daughter, one of Laura's schoolmates, is missing since last night.
- Today, all work here will stop.
- The mill will shut down.
- Perhaps you can spend the day with your families.
- Thank you all for your attention.

- Well, they don't need a circus.
- And this poor bastard, he seems to be a heady cabbage.
- Thoughts, Cooper?
- I feel the killer will eventually be apprehended.
- You have to watch these.
- They sneak up on you.

FBI: Sheriff, that reminds me. Can you recommend to me a good, inexpensive hotel or motel? Now it doesn't have to be fancy and I mean that.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: I can get you a good rate up at the Great Northern.
FBI: Because you know, I think I'm going to be here for some time, and these motels, they'll promise you a good rate and when you get there it's a whole different story. Now all I need is a bed, a bathroom, a telephone, and sometimes a television in the unlikely event that one day I'll get a chance to knock off early.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: I can get you a good rate up at the Great Northern.
FBI: Sold. Well, tomorrow comes early.

FBI: Let a smile be your umbrella.

- as you know,
- I will require you to remain in town and making your whereabouts known to the sheriff on a regular basis.
- Sid, check the calendar, and we'll set a date for Mr. Palmer's trial as soon as possible.

- Sure does.
- Are you, uh, staying in town for a while?
- I might be here quite a while.
- It's happened to me.
- Looks like it's grown on you.
- It has a way of doing that.

Dr. Will Hayward: Richard, I didn't drop you on your head when I brought you into this world, and don't give me any reason to regret that!

Madeleine: Aunt Sarah? Uncle Leland, what is that smell? It smells like something's burning!

- What shall we drink to?
- To Laura.
- To Laura.
- In our hearts and memories, locked.

- Cooper: Laura Palmer is dead.
- Jacques Renault is dead.
- Ronette pulaski and Leo Johnson are in comas.
- This leaves only the third man.

- About time you got here.
- They move so slowly when they're not afraid.
- Come on, then.
- My log does not judge.

- Is hawk ready?
- Yeah, he's outside in the Van.
- I got that brand-new Cadillac you wanted.
- Good. It's perfect for our cover.
- High rollers from the tri-cities.
- Oral surgeons, Harry.
- Big spenders vacationing among the firs.

Blackie: The owner was a little disappointed in your performance last night.
Audrey: Well, the owner isn't exactly my type.
Blackie: And what is your type exactly?
Audrey: Not you. No offense.

- Tell your heart that I'm the one tell your heart it's me

- Well, there's no logic at work here,
- Andy. Let that one go.
- In the grand design, women were drawn from a different set of blueprints.
- Hawk: Amen to that.
- Truman: Amen.
- Hawk, Andy.
- Rapid fire.

- And, well, you see,
- I have a convention in spokane, and so I just thought I'd swing by and surprise them.
- Which daughter are you?
- Oh. Donna.
- Donna.
- Would you like to come in,
- Dr. Craig?
- I'd appreciate that.

- Yet.
- I do know that people have got to stop sinking their beer cans in Pearl lake when they're fishing.
- Oh. Beer cans.
- And, um, styrofoam never dies for as long as you live.
- It doesn't?

- Cooper: Is that the cabin we're looking for?
- Maybe, maybe not.
- You might wanna hang back a step, doc.
- Huh. Might want to, anyway.

Benjamin: I am filled to the brim with the feeling of goodness. Like a Christmas tree, all lit up inside. But at the end of the day, when I look in the mirror, I have to face the fact that I really don't know how to be good.
John: You're off to a pretty fair start.
Benjamin: How do you do it, John? What's the secret? You really think that I could learn to be good?
John: I don't see why not. Just keep your eye on your heart, and always tell the truth.
Benjamin: Always tell the truth.
John: Tell the hardest truth first, though.
Benjamin: Oh, always tell the hardest truth first. Oh, I love that. John, that's terrific. This truth business is clearly at the forefront of goodness.

Dale: Who's the lady with the log?
Sheriff: We call her the Log Lady.

- will and I graduated
- 30 years ago this month.
- So I...
- It's a small remembrance for him.
- Well, I should be on my way.
- Oh, this is the number where I'm staying.
- I hope to see you later, Donna.
- Me too.

- but thy eternal summer shall not fade, nor lose possession of that fair thou ow'st, nor shall death brag...
- Where's the new girl?
- When you really want love, you'll find it waiting for you.
- Heads.

- The beard sort of ruins the effect of the lingerie.
- What do you think?
- Truman: The guy's no Georgia peach.
- Poor bastard.
- By the way, Harry, did you notice the picture of Leo Johnson's truck on that page?

- The little pine weasel...
- Is about to become a household word.
- Then what?
- Then I am considering a run for the senate.
- Thank you.

[Bobby walks in on Gordon Cole and Shelley kissing]
Bobby: Hey! What the hell's going on?
Gordon: [shouting as usual] YOU ARE WITNESSING A FRONT THREE-QUARTER VIEW OF TWO ADULTS SHARING A TENDER MOMENT.
Gordon: [to Shelly] Acts like he's never seen a kiss before.
Gordon: [to Bobby] TAKE ANOTHER LOOK, SONNY, IT'S GONNA HAPPEN AGAIN!

DEA: [Denise has just witnessed Audrey kiss Cooper] Now can we talk about something more important? Exactly how old is that "girl"?
Special: Denise, I would assume you are no longer interested in girls!
DEA: Coop, I may be wearing a dress - but I still put my panties on one leg at a time if you know what I mean!
Special: Not really...

- I'm sorry, ed.
- I think I let things get a little out of hand.
Nadine: Oh, no. No.

Judge: [meeting Cooper for the first time] Mr. Cooper, how do you find our little corner of this world?
Special: Heaven, sir.
Judge: Well, this week, heaven includes arson, multiple homicides, and an attempt on the life of a federal agent.
Special: Heaven is a large and interesting place, sir.

- What about the gloves, the powder tests?
- News at 5.
- All right, fine, you're not mad, but there's an epidemic of multiple gunshot wounds following this chick around.
- She is a menace.
- Maybe she'll confess, turn herself in.
- Maybe she'll grow wings and join the circus.

- Will: Good lord. Laura.
- Laura Palmer.
- Will: Laura.
- Laura, sweetheart,
- I'm not gonna tell you again.
- Yes, I am.
- Laura.

Benjamin: [drinks a toast with Josie] To the fire.

Albert: Oh, Coop, uh, about the uniform... replacing the quiet elegance of the dark suit and tie with the casual indifference of these muted earth tones is a form of fashion suicide, but, uh, call me crazy - on you it works.

- After me.
- Ha-ha-ha.
- Excuse me.
- Benjamin horne here.
- Time to black flag that little firebug.
- Leo Johnson's gonna get a house call.
- Proceed.

- Mrs. Tremond?
- It's meals on wheels.
Donna: Hello?
- Tremond: Enter.
- Mrs. Tremond?
- Can I put your meal here?
- Yes, that's fine.

- Leo?
- Fetch me an arrow.
- Man: Arrow?
- Whoa, man. Heh.
- I do not appreciate practical jokes.
- Leo, the arrow?

Joey: [Commenting on the arrival of Mike and Bobby] Scotty, Mutt and Jeff just crawled in.
Biker: Oh, what a wonderful world.

- Would you like something to drink?
- Yes, I'd like a cup of deep black Joe, please.
- Coming right up.

- Hello, this is Benjamin horne.
- I have to take this, sweetheart.
- Oh, okay.
- Thanks, daddy.

[Windom Earle has Major Briggs tide up to a target mat with a crossbow aimed at him]
Windom: When did you first see the symbol in Owl Cave?
Major: I'm not at liberty to divulge that information.
Windom: Cheater!
[Windom fires an arrow at Briggs, missing his head by inches]
Windom: What does the cave painting mean?
Major: [more firm tone] I'm not at liberty to divulge that information.
Windom: Damn, but I love the military mind.
[fires another arrow at Briggs, again missing him]

[the Giant appears before Cooper again who's asleep]
The: Sorry to wake you.
Dale: I wasn't dreaming.
The: I forgot to tell you something.
Dale: You were right about the smiling bag.
The: The things I tell you will not be wrong.
Dale: But, I...
The: Better to listen, than to talk.
Dale: I believe you.
The: Don't search for all the answers at once. A path is formed by laying one stone at a time. One person saw the third man that night. Three have seen him, yes, but not his body. Only one, known to you, ready now to talk. One more thing, you forgot something.
Dale: What?
[the Giant disappears as we see Audrey Horne's "help me" note under Cooper's bed]

Catherine: Peter.
- Salt and pepper.
- Coming right up, poodle.
- You two bring out the worst in each other.
- Oh, Pete's a prince of a man.
- A court Jester.
- Well, I've got to mosey.

Major: Achievement is its own reward, pride obscures it.

- He killed Jeffrey and he came back to kill you.
- You poor, defenseless little widow.
- But you were ready for him, Evelyn.
- You got your gun, and you shot James.
- You shot him until he was dead.

- Do you understand
- I could arrest you right now?
- I came here as a friend of Harry's.
- Now, I don't know what place he occupies in your heart, but I do know that you own his.
- I would think you'd like a chance to explain yourself to him.
- Please go.

FBI: Diane, 11:30 a.m., February Twenty-fourth. Entering the town of Twin Peaks, five miles south of the Canadian border, twelve miles west of the state line. I've never seen so many trees in my life. As W. C. Fields would say, I'd rather be here than Philadelphia. Fifty-four degrees on a slightly overcast day. Weatherman said rain. If you could get paid that kind of money for being wrong sixty percent of the time, it'd beat working. Mileage is seventy-nine thousand three hundred forty-five, gauge is on reserve, riding on fumes here, I've got to tank up when I get into town. Remind me to tell you how much that is. Lunch was, uh, six dollars and thirty-one cents at the Lamplighter Inn, that's on Highway Two near Lewis Fork. That was a tuna fish sandwich on whole wheat, slice of cherry pie, and a cup of coffee. Damn good food. Diane, if you ever get up this way that cherry pie is worth a stop. Okay. Looks like I'll be meeting up with the, ah, Sheriff Harry S. Truman. Shouldn't be too hard to remember that. He'll be at the Calhoun Memorial Hospital. I guess we're going to go up to intensive care and take a look at that girl that crawled down the railroad tracks off the mountain. When I finish there I'll be checking into a motel. I'm sure the sheriff will be able to recommend a clean place, reasonably priced. That's what I need, a clean place, reasonably priced.

- They may not have seemed untrue to her.
- What she needed to believe was always shifting to suit the moment.
- In spite of all the things she tried to do to me and my family,
- I find it curiously hard to hate her for it.
- Well, she was...
- She was so very beautiful.

Donna: James?
- Donna?
- Donna.
- We gotta hurry.
- Come on. Come on.

Mike: Do you have any idea what the combination of sexual maturity and superhuman strength can result in?

- I couldn't hear exactly, but they did seem to be arguing about her, and then they drove off together.
- Shelly, you call us the minute he gets in touch with you.
Shelly: Okay, I will. Thanks for stopping by.
- How'd I do?
- You did great. Oh.
- You drive me crazy.

- There are ways to resist.
- You, sir, were blessed with certain gifts.
- In this respect, you're not alone.
- Have you ever heard of the white lodge?
- The white lodge?
- No, I don't believe I have.

Donna: The police didn't love Laura, nobody loved Laura but us.

- Come in.
- Turn around.
- Yes, very nice.
- Come over here.

- I always knew inside, once you got to know me, we'd be together forever.
- That's not your bike, is it, ed?
- It's James.
- James who?

- And what about me, Bobby?
- Do I not have anything better to do?
- Not that I can think of.
- Bobby.
- Bobby!
- Bobby!

Mike: Bob... I know you're near... I'm after you now.

Special: God help me, l don't know where to start.
Deputy: You're on the path. You don't need to know where it leads. Just follow.

Bobby: Lucky.
- Lucky me.
Norma: Shelly, telephone.
- Agent Cooper's on the line.
- He needs to talk to you.
- Now, Shelly. He says it's important.

- Why is the door to my room locked?
- And who's the refrigerator?
- The owner was a little disappointed in your performance last night.
- Well, the owner isn't exactly my type.

- Garland: Robbie.
- This may be a good time for a brief discussion.
- You wanna talk about cigarettes?
- Today?
- No, but put it out.
- It's a filthy habit, especially for a varsity athlete.

Dale: Albert, where does this attitude of general unpleasantness come from?
Albert: I'll have to get back on you on that.
Dale: Well if you don't want two black eyes on a regular basis I would suggest you make some kind of peace with rural life.
Albert: Great. After the square dance, maybe we can all take a hayride.

- Madeleine?
Jared (segment 'Invitation To Love'): Jade, what a surprise, I...
- Maddy?
- Is it you?
- Uncle Leland,
- I am so sorry.

Maddy: Aunt Sarah?
- Uncle Leland?
- Aunt Sarah, uncle Leland, what is that smell?
- It smells like something's burning.
- Oh, my gosh. Aunt Sarah?

Albert: He hit me!
Dale: Well, I'm sure he meant to do that.

Mr. Tojamura: Benjamin Horne. You're a slimy rat bastard, and I intend to make whatever remains of your pathetic existence a living hell.

- I feel so bad.
- It's okay.
- Why don't I, uh, meet you at the roadhouse around 9:30?
- Thank you, ed.
- I'll see you tonight.
- All right, sweetheart.

- It's a little early for errands, isn't it?
- We've still got most of the breakfast crowd.
- Just you and a kitchen full of scrambled eggs.
- I'll be right back.
- Just think of it as a test, Hank.
- I'll do that.

Benjamin: If you'll permit me, Sven, to repeat what you told me this morning after your run: "My air sacks have never felt so good."

- Rum. I would like to have a rum, please.
- Uh, with...?
- Tonic?
- Diane, Thursday, 9:05 pm.
- I've just returned from a place called owl cave.
- How I got there is a rather complicated story.
- It all began with a pair of tattoos...

- Andy: It's stuck.
- My pick, it's stuck.
- Oh, my god.

- Different from what?
- Perhaps I should spend a few minutes with Bobby alone.
- This is supposed to be family counseling.
- Well, and I'll need to spend some time with each member of the family alone, but Bobby first.
- Fair enough.
- Whatever you say.

- Andy, are you all right?
- Hey, Andy.
- Are you all right?

Leland: Through the darkness of future past / The magician longs to see / One chants out between two worlds / Fire walk with me. I'll catch you with my death bag. You may think I've gone insane, but I promise I will kill again!

Leland: Dance with me.
- Man 2: Come on, leave us alone.
Leland: Dance with me, please?
- Please.
- Please.
- Somebody dance with me.
- Mr. Palmer? Leland.

- and he's got it.
- We have to tell James about this.
- If Laura did have a secret diary...
- And Harold's got it...
- I'm gonna get it with or without you.
- Tell that to James.

- Bastard.
- I think you should go now.
- Do you, prudence?
- Yes, I do. I really do.
- All right.
- If you insist.

- Truman: Albert.
- Got a minute?
- I hear that you're real good at what you do.
- Yeah, that's correct.
- Well, that's good.
- Because normally if a stranger walked into my station talking this kind of crap, he'd be looking for his teeth two blocks up on queer street.

- Well, thank you, doctor.
- No, I'm fine.

- I'm sorry.
- There's a curly-haired wig in there, ed.
- It's gonna work like gangbusters.
- And I'll help you out with one of those mustaches.
- Do you think it will fit?
- I got a big head.
- Okay, give it a try.
- Testing, one, two.

- Sure. I'll call up to the hotel, thanks.
- No, Bobby hasn't showed up for practice yet today.
- And come to think of it, as a matter of fact, he's been late every day this week,
- Mrs. Palmer.
- And last week.
- And maybe even the week before.

- You two had a big fight last week, didn't you?
- If I had a fight with her, if I sang songs with her, if I went skipping rope with her, what difference does it make?
- Bobby, here's how this works.
- We ask the questions, and you answer the questions that we ask.
- Briefly and to the point.

Audrey: There he is. Step on it.
- Jack! Jack, stop!
- I guess a simple goodbye was out of the question.

- which is near my desk.
- Mm-hm, mm-hm.
- Okay, okay.
- Well, I pretended to be typing, but I was typing what Mike and Bobby were saying.
- And, well, they didn't say exactly who it was they were talking about, but anyway, here's what they were saying.
- They said the person we're looking for is a biker.

- I thought you delivered meals here.
- Uh, the morning after poor Harold died, I found this in my mail.
- I meant to turn it in.
- It's for you.
- Thank you.
Donna: It's Harold's handwriting.
- Open it, Donna.

- Annie.
- Annie.
- Annie!
- Annie. Annie.
- Annie?
- Annie?

- Give it to me.
- Just a second, poodle.
Catherine: Ah!
- Now, I held it just so.

- Good night.
- Good night, dear.
- Good night, mom.
- Uh, don't worry about the dishes.
- I'll clean up.
- Are you, uh, coming to church with us in the morning, Donna?
- Nine o'clock sharp.
- Okay.
- Good night, James.
- Good night, sir.

[last lines]
Laura: [voice on a cassette tape] Remember me telling you about that mystery man? Well...

[taking a sip of coffee and immediately spitting it out]
Special: Damn good coffee. And hot!

- Shelly wins miss twin peaks,
- Shelly dies.
- Maybe you'd like to help.
- Shelly. No.
- Good god, what have you got there?
- No, Leo, I'm begging you.
- I prithee. Have mercy, Leo.
- Love Shelly.

- Jacoby.
- Scorched engine oil.
- Scorched engine oil.
- Hawk, bring in ronette pulaski.
- Ronette, thanks for coming in.
- Do you recognize this smell?
- The night Laura Palmer was killed.

Dale: Laura Palmer is dead. Jacques Renault is dead. Ronette Pulaski and Leo Johnson are in comas. Waldo the bird is dead. This leaves only the third man.

- the magician longs to see one chants out between two worlds fire walk with me
- I'll catch you with my death bag you may think I've gone insane but I promise I will kill again!

- The boss is tough but fair.
- Woman: And you would live together as man and wife?
- Well, he is my husband, isn't he?
- Well, we have what we need here.
- We'll make our decision without the inmate present.
- Woman: We'll let you know by 5:00 today.

- Then it dawned on me.
- Something or someone frightened him off.
- He had to have it, so I asked him for it.
- Jacoby?
- I didn't figure he had anything to do with this at all.
- Sometimes you just get lucky.

Jerry: Did you say Leland Palmer's daughter is dead? Man... now I'm depressed...

- She sounded so desperate.
- Then she ran off.
- I let her go and she died.
Donna: Oh, it's okay.
- It's not your fault, James.
- It's okay.
- James, it's all right. James.

- the accolades of your peers...
- Oh, yes, I know.
- You get to die.
- A royal execution.
- And Cooper gets to watch.

- But I'm gonna try Norma.
- You know, it's 20 years we've been together next month.
- Can you believe it?
- Maybe we're doing this all backwards.
- Maybe it's the next 20 that counts.
- Give me time, Norma,
- I'll make you proud of me yet.

- I've never known
- Josie's seductive powers to fail.
- He'll come for her, like a rat for cheese.
- Good evening. How may I help you?
- I have two suites reserved.
- Name?
- Eckhardt.
- Welcome to twin peaks.

- Now, I don't know what information you have or where you got it from, but it is dead wrong.
- Thank you for your time.
- Help yourself to a coffee on the way out.
- Steeplejacks, steeplejacks, roll them!

- I'm calling about meals on wheels.
- I'm gonna take over Laura's route if that's okay with you.
- Okay.
- Listen, can I use the double r station wagon?
- All right.
- Then I'll see you tomorrow at 9.

- The two girls were Laura and ronette.
- The two men, Jacques, maybe Leo.
- Cooper: Maybe.
- Who's the third man?
- Do you hear it?
- This way.

Dale: This must be where pies go when they die.

- My name is James.
- Evelyn.
- Evelyn marsh.
- I live right up the road.
- Well, are we in a hurry?
- Do you mind if I play the box first?
- I don't exactly punch a clock myself.

- Right, James?
- Yeah. Yeah, maybe.
- Excuse me.
Jeffrey: Nice kid.
- He's done a fine job on the car.
- Mm. Let's see what it will do on the open road.
- Goodbye, Jeffrey.

- I thought it was the cocaine?
- Harry, we've gotta find Phillip Gerard, the one-armed man.
- Can I go now, agent Cooper?
- I don't know how much time I've got.
- If you must.
- Harry, what's with Lucy?

Catherine: Oh no, my mistake. I'd gotten used to our conducting business and pleasure.
Benjamin: Sweetheart, it's all the same to me.

Singer: Love moves me
- I want you rockin' back inside my heart
- I want you rockin' back inside my heart maddy's leaving.
- Yeah, she's gonna go home.
- That's weird.
- She never said anything to me.

[last lines]
[Andrew Packard is revealed to be alive]
Catherine: Happy, Andrew?
Andrew: Yes. Everything is going exactly as we planned.
Catherine: What now, dear brother?
Andrew: Now my dear sister, we wait for Thomas Eckart to come looking for his one true love. And when he does...
Catherine: We'll be waiting.

- you might begin to approximate the sensation.
- All things considered, being shot is not as bad as I always thought it might be.
- As long as you can keep the fear from your mind.
- But I guess you could say that about almost anything in life.
- It's not so bad as long as you can keep the fear from your mind.

Catherine: Who are you?
Shelly: Shelly Johnson.
Catherine: Do you know who called me here?
Shelly: No! I don't know anything, just please help me!
Catherine: Be quiet... I'm thinking...

- That bastard.
- Come here.
- Bobby, if he finds out about us, he's gonna kill you.
- If he ever does this to you again,
- I'll kill him.
- I mean it.
- Bobby.

- Where will you go?
- I don't know.
- James, don't.
- What?
- I don't want you to leave.
- Give me some more time, James.
- I can think of a hundred reasons for you to stay.

- Really? Like a salesman?
- Oh, no, I'm thinking more executive suite.
- Bobby, that sounds great.
- I'm gonna give you anything you want.
- Um, I want a full-time nanny.
- Maybe a French maid.
- Bobby.

- God.
- What is it?
- "Look into the meals on wheels."

- That's a frightening question to contemplate.
- Andy, I'm gonna need an accurate large-scale rendering of this petroglyph.
- Harry, let's get major Briggs on the horn.
- You want him to meet us at the station?
- That's the ticket.

- Are there any other complications?
- There might be a problem with Hank.
- Are we suspected?
- Certainly not.
- What about this sheriff?
- He means nothing to me.
- That's not what I asked you.

- Hawk: Harry.
- What do you got?
- Car was already staked out when I got here.
- It was Josie packard.

One: In the darkness of futures past The magician longs to see One chance heart between two worlds Fire walk with me.

- So if you wanna get out of here pronto, you're gonna have to let Bobby be your doctor.
- So let's just have a look here, miss Shelly.
- Oh, you seem to be coming along splendidly.
- Deep breath.
- I'd say you're on your way to a complete recovery.

Dale: I need to brush my teeth.

- What is it?
- There's been another murder.
- Oh, my god.
- I can't tell you why or how but we need your help and we need it right away.
- All right, anything, certainly.
- Let me get my coat.
- Maddy.
- Maddy.

- The things that you must have seen.
- I saw so much.
- We'll sort it out.
- Together.
- Yes, daddy.
- You and I.
- That's my girl.

Benjamin: Leave these.
- Let my people have a look at them.
- Tojamura: Point of visit.

Dr. Will Hayward: Agent Cooper, why don't you tell the psychiatrist about your broken ribs and torn cartilage?

Leland: [talking backwards; subtitled] I did not kill anybody.

Windom: [talking backwards; subtitled] If you give me your soul, I'll let Annie live.
Dale: I will.
[Windom Earle stabs Cooper. The stabbing scene suddenly rewinds. Bob appears and grabs a screaming Windom]
Bob: [to Windom; talking backwards] Be quiet! Be quiet!
[to Dale]
Bob: [talking backwards] You go. He is wrong. He can't ask for your soul. I will take his.

- Heh. Maybe you can help me.
- I think I'm going mad.
- You will simply have to face
- Mr. Eckhardt sooner or later.
- Tell him whatever you want.
- Just pray that he believes you.
- Oh, there they are.

- James.
- It's okay, I'm glad I heard her say it.
- I'm glad.
- I might have gone my whole life...
- I'm sorry you had to hear that.
- I'm okay.
- Jacoby didn't kill her.
- He was trying to help her.
- Then how'd he get the necklace?

Audrey: I'm sinking! I'm sinking!

- I got a match on the gun that whacked you with the powder residue on Josie packard's gloves.
- Seattle police have also come up with an eyewitness who positively ID'd Josie leaving the car where they found the stiff.
- If you ain't gonna bust this bitch,
- I would consider it a personal...
- Albert, I can handle it.

Donna: Look, we don't know if we *did* anything. My dad said Jacoby got sick because he was attacked. All we did was send him a tape.
Maddie: Maybe he wouldn't have been attacked if we hadn't.
Donna: Maybe. Maybe the sun won't come up if you wash your hair. Think like that and you're gonna go crazy. What's done is done.

- I know he wants me,
- I can feel his fire.
- But if I die, he can't hurt me anymore."
- Laura and I had the same dream.
- Andy: That's impossible.
- Yes, it is.
- Deputy, take Donna home.
- I've got to see Gerard.

- Jacoby: No, that wasn't it, this...
- This was a smell like...
- Scorched engine oil.
- Woman: Dr. Bradley, call the operator.
- Dr. Bradley, call the operator, please.

- I can't understand a word you're saying, you have a thing in your mouth.

- I think she's at the diner. Shelly.
- Shelly.
- There he is, Mike.
- The late Leo Johnson.

- We think he was 6 at the time of the crime.
- I met little Nicky.
- I've talked to little Nicky.
- If you two think for one second that I'll believe that a defenseless little orphan is capable of murder, the both of you aren't fit to be fathers to a chimp.
- I'm gonna get to the bottom of this right away.

- I can't say any more than that.
- Suffice to say,
- I'd like to stalemate the game, losing as few pieces as possible.
- None, if that can be arranged.
- Well, agent Cooper,
- I'd be proud to serve.
- Thanks, Pete.
- Great players are either far or few.

- Sonny boy, nobody stops Mr. Marsh.
- That's a golden rule around here.
- You can jot that down and put it under your pillow.
- I gotta get back.
- Hey, thanks.
- I mean that.

- Cooper: Looks like a hog to me.
- Truman: Holy smoke.
- Holy smoke.

- Jeez Louise.
- Not long. Six weeks.
- Andrew died a year and a half ago.
- Fellas, don't drink that coffee.
- You'd never guess.
- There was a fish in the percolator.
- Sorry.

- What?
- Go out for a pass.
- Okay.
- Just...
- Run.
- Just take it easy.
- Run!
- Take it easy.
- Easy.
- Run!
- Take it easy.

- Didn't he want to talk to me?
- Yeah, but we told him you were on your world tour, he should contact your press agent.
- Get your boots off my bed and go to your room!
- I didn't want to get mink oil on my bedspread.
- You got mink oil on your head.

Log: Fire is the Devil hiding like a coward in the smoke.

- What's wrong?
- Nothing's wrong.
- Or is it just not okay for me to want you?
- Get out soon, James.

- You can't be serious.
- I want you, Ben.
- Horrifying as it seems,
- I can't escape it.
- You, uh...
- You make my body hum.
- Kiss me, general Lee.

- Bring Audrey back.
- Cooper's not bringing her back?
- Cooper isn't coming back.
- If you can manage it, bring back Audrey and the briefcase.
- Five million dollars.
- Now, that's a good day's work.

- Well, I've been lonely and selfish.
- I hope you'll all forgive me for my boorish behavior.
- Come along, my dear.
- I don't know about you guys, but I could definitely use something to drink.
- Me too.
- Oh, yeah.

- Oh, my god.
- The ring is gone.

- Are we interested?
- Who said anything about that?
- Well, judging by the look on his face when he saw you today,
- I'd say you have a major opportunity.
- Sorry, you have it all wrong.
- I'm not even remotely interested.

Sheriff Harry S. Truman: What is it, Coop?
Special: Oh, just thinking about Annie Blackburn.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Well bless your heart, I've never known your mind to wander.
Special: Ah, Harry, I've been feeling this way all day. You know, I proceed as usual, my mind clear and focussed, and then suddenly, out of nowhere, I see her face and I hear her voice. Naturally I try to reorient myself, come back to the task at hand, but the image remains. Sometimes I actually feel dizzy.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: A man in love is supposed to feel that way.
Special: Well my symptoms suggest the onset of malaria, but I've never felt better in my life.

- haven't you, Diane?
- Haven't tried the television set yet.
- Looks like cable, probably no reception problems.
- But the true test of any hotel, as you well know, Diane, is that morning cup of coffee, which I'll be getting back to you about within a half hour.

- Perfect.
- James.
James: I just think we should be together all the time.
Donna: Really?
- If that's okay with you.
- It's perfect. Heh.

Pete: She's dead - wrapped in plastic

- Truman: Hang on.
- Cooper: Can you reach him?
- Man: The whole thing has gone haywire.
- Don't ruin this too.
Leland: My baby.
- Laura.
- Laura.

Annie: [talking backwards; subtitled] Dale... I saw the face of the man who killed me.
Dale: Annie? The face of the man who killed you?
Annie: [talking backwards] It was my husband.
Dale: Annie?
Annie: [talking backwards] Who's Annie? It's me.
[the Caroline doppelgänger appears]
Caroline: [talking backwards] It's me. It's me.
Dale: Caroline?
Annie: [reappears; talking backwards] You must be mistaken. I'm alive.

- Cooper: Harry, this way.
- Coop?
- Harry, I have to go on alone.
- Why?
- What?

- It's not like missoula was at the far end of the universe.
- Sarah: No. Maddy: Hardly.
Leland: Well, good then.
- It's all right.
- Just know that we love you very much.
- I love you too.

Log: I carry a log - yes. Is it funny to you? It is not to me. Behind all things are reasons. Reasons can even explain the absurd. Do we have the time to learn the reasons behind the human being's varied behavior? I think not. Some take the time. Are they called detectives? Watch - and see what life teaches.

Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Albert, I understand you're the best that there is. Agent Cooper told me that you do your job very well.
Albert: That's right.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Good. Because normaly if a stranger walked into my police station talking that kind of insulting crap, he'd be looking for his front teeth two blocks away on Queer Street!

Irene: More white powder.
- Cooper: Mm.
- Cocaine.
- Irene, we have to notify the sheriff.

- Okay.
- Thank you.
- A dozen donuts, four cups of coffee, two black, two white, no sugar.
- Thank you.
Annie: Agent Cooper?
- Yes.
- Uh, this afternoon?
- I'll meet you right here.
- Four o'clock sharp.

- Hello, Harry.
- Seems like every gal in town is lined up to take a shot at the...
- Say, have you had any luck with this thing?
- Oh!
- Butterfingers.
Pete: Holy moly.
Catherine: What is it?

- September '88, aggravated assault, charges dropped.
- I paid my debt to society.
- Where were you the night of Laura Palmer's murder?
- Around midnight.
- On the road.
- I called my wife, Shelly, around that time from butte, Montana.
- She'll confirm this?
- She will if you ask her.

- to the ghostwood development project.
- And that I intend to stay here until a town meeting is held to debate the future of our environment and specifically the effect of the ghostwood project upon it.
- Okay?
- Yeah, miss.
- And can I get a glass of water, please?

- There were two. I saw them.
- You believe me, don't you?
- Of course I do.
- There's nothing unusual in this one.
- Oh, there were two.
- I swear, there were two.

- Smell those Douglas firs.
- What's down there?
- An old logging road.
- The only access is five miles back at the packard mill.
- And I told doc hayward his daughter was okay.
- My fault, Harry, not yours.
James: Thanks, Joey.
Joey: No problem, James.

- I don't know, maybe an older woman is just what you need.
- I don't wanna go out with anyone who can body-slam me.
- Well, what do you want me to do about it?
- I don't know, talk to her or something.
- Pretend you're still my girlfriend.
- Sorry, Mike,
- I'm not that good of an actress.
- Donna, this is serious.
- I'm gonna end up in traction.

- Norma Jennings, I've loved you every day for the past 20 years and I dream about you every night.
- It's time for us to be together.
- Will you marry me?
- Ed?
- We deserve to be happy.
- It's our turn, baby.

- I want your parents to know your whereabouts at all times.
- You walk to school, you drive to work, make sure that you do not do so alone.
- Please believe me when I tell you to be very careful.
- You're in danger.
- We all are.

- Do they think Leo killed Laura?
- I don't know what they think.
- How is maddy?
- She's fine.
- She hasn't said anything either.
- So don't you wanna kiss me?

FBI: You know why I'm whittling?
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Okay, I'll, I'll bite again. Why are you whittling?
FBI: Because that's what you do in a town where a yellow light still means slow down, not speed up.

- Josie.
- It's time.
- I can't be with you unless I know.
- Oh, Harry.
- The truth.

- Really? What's wrong with him?
- You know, it's hard to say.
- Other than he was bright and charming, intelligent.
- Completely unlike anybody I know.
- What's that supposed to mean?
- Why don't you sit here and hold hands and try to figure it out.

Sarah: [yelling for Laura to come downstairs] Laura! I'm not gonna tell you again! Yes I am. Laura!

Dale: A man can only go so long without submitting to a period of rest, for as we know from experiments conducted on American GIs during the Korean War, sleep deprivation is a one-way ticket to temporary psychosis.

Bobby: Here's a little tune for ya, gals. Norma, I'll see you in my dreams.
Norma: Not if I see you first.

- Yes, yes, he did.
- Mr. Horne makes it his business to entertain all the girls.
- Did she know he owned this place?
- One-eyed Jack's!
- Yes! Yes. Probably she did.
- Laura always got her way.
- Just like you.

- Is it the killer?
- I don't know. Maybe.
- Ed, glad you're here.
- I need everyone's help to clear the room.
- I need a large space in the center.
Leland: Of course.

- Leland Palmer.
- Whoops! Excuse me.
- Whoa!
- Does he know we arrested Ben horne?
- Doesn't look like it.
- Harry, best if he'd hear it from you.

- Can you hear it?
- No, ma'am, I cannot.
- I will translate.
- Deliver the message.
- Do you understand?
- Yes, ma'am.
- As a matter of fact, I do.

- Why?
- Because I really believe that you love me.
- Now my heart belongs to you.
- I don't know.
Leo: Damn it.
- Where's that shirt?

- I want you.
- I need you.
- I want you more than my own life.

Benjamin: Sheriff? Sheriff!
- Sheriff, what's the meaning of this?
- What the hell is going on here?
- Will somebody please tell me what the hell is happening here?
Benjamin: What in the hell is going on?
- Hawk: Mr. Smith.
- Harold Smith?

- as a purely precautionary measure.
- I ordered some hot milk from room service.
- Hoping that does the job and I'll be able to catch a few hours of quality sack time.
- Twenty-four hour room service must be one of the premier achievements of modern civilization.

- Oh, James.
- I guess because of Laura
- I couldn't say anything.
- I couldn't even let myself think it.
- Me too.
- Are we gonna be together, James?
- Are we?
- Are we, James?

Dale: Laura Palmer's murder was vicious and calculated. There's no telling what we'll encounter, bringing a suspect to ground. After Andy's mishap at the motel, I wanna make absolutely certain each of us is comfortable and confident with our firearms.
Deputy: Nice piece.
Dale: Actually, it's standard issue. I made a few modifications. How long has Lucy been upset with Andy?
Sheriff: Body language?
Dale: In this case, it was yelling through a megaphone.

- Morning, dears.
- Oh, mairzy doats and dozy doats and liddle lamzy divey oh, Leland.
- Uncle Leland's hair turned white.
- Leland, come back here.

Jerry: Sweetheart, I'd like to order two drinks.
- One double scotch on the rocks and my brother would like a double scotch on the rocks.
- That's two double scotch on the rocks.
- Next stop, rocket science.
Benjamin: Jerry.

- because if you don't,
- I'm gonna rip my dress in half and scream at the top of my lungs and tell my father that you made a pass at me.
- Does that help to clear things up for you?
- Yes, what?
- Yes, miss horne.

- at the local laughing academy.
- What happened?
- Nobody knows.
- Your former partner flew the Coop, Coop.
- He escaped. Vanished into thin air.
- That's not good.

- Is there a phone number in there?
- No.
- Does she say where she's staying?
- No, no, she goes off to Seattle once every three months or so.
- You want my opinion, I think she goes over there to indulge a secret vice.
- What's that?
- Shopping.
- Comes back with half a department store.

Pete: Hot dogs! We forgot the hot dogs!
Catherine: Pete!
Pete: We forgot the wienies! All beef with the skin on 'em.

- Woman: What's happening?
- Man: Everybody, please, please, stay calm.

- I'm sorry.
- Sometimes I can't help myself.

- Laura.
- There will be an announcement from the principal.

- That's a way of living
- I thought had vanished.
- But it hasn't, Albert.
- It's right here in twin peaks.
- Sounds like you've been snacking on some of the local mushrooms.
- With your behavior towards these good people, consider yourself lucky
- I do not file a report of my own that could Bury you in a building so deep you'd never see the sun.

- Windom earle?
- Yes.
- Heh.
- Pretty words for pretty girls.
- Which one shall be my queen?
- Queen?

- Three sepals and three petals.
- The bottom petal, shaped like a lower lip, is called a labellum.
- So delicate.
- Well, it's the landing platform, really, for pollinating insects.
- Romantic, isn't it?

- Take it, please.
- My last gift to Laura.
- That's very kind of you, Mr. Smith.
- She was very kind to me.
- Forgive me, but I know so much about you, you see.
- What?
- You're every bit as lovely as Laura said you were.

- Oh, what kept us, Heidi?
- Seconds on knackwurst this morning?
- I couldn't get my car started.
- Too busy jump-starting the old man.
- Again.
- Again.
- I thought you Germans were always on time.

- Did you?
- Did you kill her?
- I loved her.

Dale: Now, Gordon. What the hell is this about a Mexican Chihuahua?
Gordon: You've got a problem of a different sort here, Coop. Two and two do not always equal four.

Sheriff: There's a sort of evil out there. Something very, very strange in these old woods. Call it what you want. A darkness, a presence. It takes many forms but... its been out there for as long as anyone can remember and we've always been here to fight it.

- Part of your living novel...
- If you let me read Laura's diary.
- It's intriguing.
- I'll read it to you.
- But it mustn't physically leave this room.
- Acceptable.

- Okay.
- You're a Jack and I'm a Jack and steeplejacks are we doc hayward said to roll with the punches.
- Have you thought about maybe taking her to see Dr. Jacoby?
- No, he's in Hawaii recovering from that heart attack.
- It just came right off.

- Oh, hi.
- Sometimes things can happen just like this: Creamed corn.
- Do you see creamed corn on that plate?
- I requested no creamed corn.
- Do you see creamed corn on that plate?

- that this is how it is when you get to the end of your life and that you don't have anything to show for it.
- Norma.
- Don't call me.
- I mean, not for a while, okay?
- Okay.
- I love you, ed.

- I think she knows about us.
- No. Fat chance.
- I think she's hot to trot for you herself.

- Not interested.
- In addition to killing eckhardt, trying to kill me and killing Jonathan in Seattle...
- Closed cases.
- She's also wanted for a variety of felonies in Hong Kong.
- I don't need to hear this.
- She's also had two prostitution arrests, Harry.

Benjamin: If you ever pull another stunt like that, you are going to be scrubbing bidets in a Bulgarian convent.
Audrey: [mocking] Oh, Daddy, I'm so afraid.

- I'm afraid
- I don't have an appointment.
- The sheriff asked me to stop by at my convenience.
- This is the first convenient moment.
- Heh.
- May I ask what this is regarding?
- I'm here to sell him some shoes.

- I gotta go.
- James, it's not our fault, don't leave.
- It doesn't matter, don't you see?
- Nothing we do matters.
- Nothing's ever gonna change.
- It doesn't matter if we're happy and the rest of the world goes to hell.
- James, don't leave.
- James, don't leave me!

- It's an "."R
- Diane, give this to Albert and his team.
- Don't go to Sam.
- Albert seems a little more on the ball.
- We need to bag and tag this.
- Okay, Cooper.
- You gonna let me in on whatever the hell is going on here?
- Sheriff, we got a lot to talk about.

- Call this number, ask for black Rose.
- Now why don't we make a trip to eveningwear and find you something elegant?
Jenny: Elegant sounds great, Mr. Battis.
- Elegant.
- Battis: How do you feel about Rose?

- My birthday.
- The day the gift arrived.
- Ah! Ha, ha. Ah.
- Give it to me.
- Oh, what a bore.
- I opened it.
Catherine: Oh.
- Andrew...

Pete: Fellas, don't drink that coffee! You're not gonna believe this, there was a fish in the percolator!

- Sarah, darling.
- I'm sorry to disturb you, sweetheart, but, uh, Donna hayward is here.
- Take this now.
- I'll send her in.
- Try not to upset her.
- Okay.

- Hawk: Uh-oh.
- Fresh coffee.

- But they got better.
- I was misinformed. I'm the father.
- Oh, brother.
- Aren't I?
Gwen: Oh, yeah. Oh, come here.
- You want to see your mean aunt Lucy.
- Oh, aren't you neat, you little snooky-bookems.

Leland: Shh! Shh!
- Somebody, help me!
- Help me!

- Two symbols combined into a larger whole.
- But for what purpose?
- I don't know.
- Beats me.
- The tattoos are the question.
- This must be the answer.

Annie: [praying] Our bones are scattered at the grave's mouth / As when one cutteth wood upon the earth / But mine eyes are unto thee, O God The Lord: / In thee is my trust, leave not me / Keep me from the snares they have laid for me / And the gins of the workers of iniquity / Let the wicked fall into their own nets / Whilst that I withal escape.

- What's going on?
- Smells like insurance money.
- Shelly didn't dream this up herself.
- So who do you think is pulling the strings?
- Harry, that's a damn good question.

- My father is a deeply weird individual.
- But he has a lot more going on under his hat than most people, that's for sure.
- Sometimes when I'm sleeping he runs his fingers through my hair.
- He thinks I don't notice, but I do.

- Caroline.
- For miss Audrey horne, please.

- Slowly.
- From Thomas.
- I have a few things to tidy up.
- Then I'll be leaving tonight.
- Good luck, Mrs. Martell.

- Would you please ask the lady with the log to speak up?
- Um, the pie.
- She was talking about the cherry pie.
- I heard you again. I heard you again.
- Would you like some pie?
- Massive, massive quantities.
- And a glass of water, sweetheart.
- My socks are on fire.

Albert: My invite back to Twin Peaks: Windom Earle. Direct orders from Gordon Cole. As he so succinctly put it,
[shouting]
Albert: "I'm worried about Coop."

- Oh, Harry.
- Josie.
- Yes, it's me.
- I'm here.
- Josie.
- Harry, I'm here.
- Josie...

- How's things at the station?
- Earle's chess game is the big concern.
- The man has a poor sense of recreation.
- We're holding up, for now.
- Hey, you and Cooper can handle it.
- It's a pretty simple town.
- I guess the world's just caught up to us.

- For instance, survival in the wilderness?
- A relevant issue in your life, my friend.
- Now, this comes under the heading of practical instruction.
- I hope you've been paying attention.
- Nature is cruel.
- This is also a lesson.

- You're my daddy.
- Daddy.
- Leave my family alone!
- Now, will. Will!
- Sylvia: Will! Benjamin: Unh!
- Will: No!

- That is achingly clear.
- And not unappreciated.
- I'll put a lamp in the window, you'll be my first call when she comes home to roost.
- Thank you.
- No, thank you.

- Nicholas, out of the car, right now!
- Out of the car!
- Do you hear me?
- Are you mad at me, uncle dick?
- Well, of course I'm not mad at you.
- Why should I be mad at you?
- Scared you, didn't I?
- Ha-ha-ha.

Sheriff Harry S. Truman: I'll assign a couple of my deputies to the house 24 hours a day.
Bobby: Hey man, I can take care if Shelly, alright? You just save the deputies.
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Bobby Briggs... button it.

- Yeah. Look, I'm sorry we bothered you.
- Hey, no bother, no bother.
- Say hi to your folks for me, Donna.
- Okay.
- Okay.
James: Goodbye, Mr. Palmer.
- Bye, James.
- Take it easy now.
James: All right.

- Truman: Thousand-dollar chip from one-eyed Jack's.
- Jacques Renault's working there.
- He's dealing in the casino.
- Well, I think a little fieldwork is in order.
- Jack's is over the border, little out of our jurisdiction.
- Well, I know that, Harry.
- That's why I was thinking this would be a good job for the bookhouse boys.

- It is vitally important that this not turn into a witch hunt.
- I would strongly suggest a temporary curfew for those under 18 years of age.
- Keeping your kids off the streets now may teach them a degree of caution that may protect them in the days and the weeks to come.
- I will remind you that these crimes occurred at night.

Pete: Audrey, there are many cures for a broken heart. But nothing quite like a trout's leap in the moonlight.

- Giant: The owls are not what they seem.
- Garland: The owls are not what they seem.
Sarah: Laura!
- Laura!

- But first, we must decide to give up quietly or to kill him.
- Then we both die.
- I know.
- Is my death so important to you?
- My two brothers died.
- I hold you responsible.
- Why?

- How are you gonna get him to go outside?
- Not outside, just out of the front room.
- Then I'll signal you with the flashlight through the window.
- The door will be open.
- I thought you liked this guy.
- I do.

- Leland, thank you.
- That's valuable information. Thanks.
- Cooper: Thank you, Leland.
- Oh... something else.
- He used to flick matches at me.
- He'd say: "You wanna play with fire, little boy?"

Bobby: Norma, see you in my dreams.
Norma: Not if I see you first.
Bobby: Here's a tune for you gals. Don't do anything I wouldn't do.

- Nothing.
- God, look at the time.
- I have an appointment.
- Could you tell my father?
- Sure.
- Okay. Um, see you.
- I'll see you later, Jack.
- I'll see you, Audrey.

- Harry, let me buy you a beer. Bartender?
- All right, I'm coming!
- All right!
- Hey, we're not op...
- Oh, fart.

- and how I react is none of your damn business.
- Dear, be sensible.
- I'm being very sensible.
- I want you out of this place.
- I want you out of my life.
- I don't wanna be hurt by you anymore.
- Norma.
- Good bye.

Special: Gentlemen, when when Windom Earle arrived in Twin Peaks I assumed he had come for vengeance, for me, but I miscalculated. He has insinuated himself into the lives of people I care for. He has murdered innocents. He has engaged us in subterfuge and red herring, a fish I don't particularly care for. All of these acts are merely camouflage. He's been after something else all along: the Black Lodge.

- You know, there's a saying in the joint.
- It's not oriental philosophy, but it has a similar kind of logic that appeals to my, uh, spiritual nature.
- Once you're in business with somebody, you're in business for life.
- Like a marriage.

- Yes, it's me.
- Stanicek: Good. I've got the tests...

- I'm your man. Definitely.
- I'm definitely your man. Yeah.
- Well, you say the magic words.
Ernie: Good.
- Nicely done, Ernie.
- Are you making this up?
- No, no.
- This is the professor, our new broker.
- Ernie:

- Wow.
- Holy smoke.
- Look at that.
- What have I done?
- Fellas, coincidence and fate figure largely in our lives.

Maddy: Morning.
Sarah: Good morning, dear.
Leland: Good morning, maddy.

- or how much I tried to help...
- Another girl got murdered.
- I just wanted to get on my bike and ride away.
- Take off, just go as far from twin peaks as the thing will take me.
- I know the feeling, James.
- I know the feeling.

- With his daughter dead?
- You know, you love a good steak but you don't want to know how it got on your plate.
- You must be serious about your business, blackie.
- How are you gonna do the girl?
- Renault: Voila.

- Poor Chet.
- What's going on here?
Lucy: Uh, agent Cooper's in the conference room with Dr. Jacoby.
- Truman: Thank you.
- Lucy, why couldn't I spend the night last night?
- Will you be having coffee, deputy Brennan?

- Hello.
- Suppertime.
- Don't I know you?

- Oh, Andy.
- Oh, punky.
- I'm pregnant.

- Denise, you're in for a real surprise.
- So are they.
- Well, we'll catch up later.
- I wanna tell you all about my new life.
- Anxious to hear about it.
- It's a pleasure to meet you, sheriff.
- Deputy.

- It's the second one you lost this year.
- I'm gonna teach you a lesson now,
- Shelly, about taking care of my property.
- That means making sure things aren't lost or damaged.
- Oh, god, please, Leo.
- This is gonna hurt you.
- No.

- Jean Renault.
- What's the occasion?
- Are my premiums about to be raised?
- No, no. Nothing like that.
- Please.
- Please.

- Enjoy, my friend. Enjoy.
- To ghostwood estates and country club.
- Congratulations, boss.
- Blackie, old pal, this calls for a celebration.
- Let's have a look at the new girl.

- I hope you've had a good weekend.
- And welcome to the miss twin peaks pageant, in which one of these lovely and talented young citizens will soon be crowned miss twin peaks.
- And now, commencing our talent section of the show,
- Lucy moran.

- I can't stay here.
- I don't understand.
- It's wrong!
- Because I'm married?
- Yes.
- I love you, James.
- I've never said that to anybody before in my life.
- I love you.

- My god! You set me up!
- It was Malcolm's idea.
- He's not my brother.
- Hurry, James.
- Go find that young girl who loves you.

Shelly: Would you like some pie?
FBI: Massive, massive quantities. And a glass of water, sweetheart, my socks are on fire!

Deputy: I'm a whole damn town. I'm a whole damn town! Woo!

Bobby: Strive for goodness? Tell the hardest truth first?
John: Just do the best you can. That's all you really can do.

Albert: Mr. Horne, I realize that your position in this fair community pretty well guarantees venality, insincerity, and a rather irritating method of expressing yourself. Stupidity, however, is not necessarily a inherent trait, therefore, please listen closely. You can have a funeral any old time. You dig a hole, you plant a coffin. I, however, cannot perform these tests next year, next month, next week or tomorrow - I must perform them now. I've got a lot of cutting and pasting to do, gentlemen, so why don't you please return to your porch rockers and resume whittling.

- to the newlyweds and their happiness.
- Thank you, Henry.
- It's very generous.
- To Ernie and Vivian, to much success in their future and all their future dealings.
- How sweet.
- That's sweet.

[introduction]
The: Welcome to Twin Peaks. My name is Margaret Lanterman. I live in Twin Peaks. I am known as the Log Lady. There is a story behind that. There are many stories in Twin Peaks - some of them are sad, some funny. Some of them are stories of madness, of violence. Some are ordinary. Yet they all have about them a sense of mystery - the mystery of life. Sometimes, the mystery of death. The mystery of the woods. The woods surrounding Twin Peaks. To introduce this story, let me just say it encompasses the all - it is beyond the "fire", though few would know that meaning. It is a story of many, but begins with one - and I knew her. The one leading to the many is Laura Palmer. Laura is the one.

- Not exactly.
- But she said she couldn't see me anymore.
- Why?
- She didn't say.
- You recognize this necklace?
- Yes, sir.

- Mike?
- Mike, can you hear me?
- Catch you with my death bag.
- You may think I've gone insane.
- But I promise
- I will kill again.

The: The owls are not what they seem.

Special: Nothing beats the taste sensation when maple syrup
[claps his hands]
Special: collides with ham.

- We were gonna move to la.
- Andy.
- Man 7: Ow, my foot! Watch it.
- He's taken another pawn, Harry, but he didn't tell us his move.
- Windom earle's playing off the board.

- Leo, for heaven's sake.
- Here. Shh, shh, shh.
- Let me show you.
- There you go.
- Much better.
- I am proud of you, Leo.

- For your information,
- I heard you speaking about Laura Palmer.
- One day, my log will have something to say about this.
- My log saw something that night.
- Really? What did it see?
- I thought so.

- No, no, Leo.
- Shelly!
- Shelly!
- No, please.
- No!
Bobby: Leo, you bastard!
- Goodbye, wife.
- Shelly.

- I'm falling in love with your daughter.
- Yeah, that's a hard truth.
- Good example.
- It is the truth.
- It is?
- Yep.
- Oh, John.
- John.
- Ben.
- What a wonderful world we live in.

- Oh, wait a minute, 76.
- Seventy-seven.
- Good work, Lucy.
Lucy: That's 78.
- Agent Cooper asked me to find as many words as I could that contain the letters b, t and r.
- Let me see.
- I used to be pretty good at this.

- Hey, Mr. Horne, how's it going?
- What, uh...? What is this you're doing here, exactly?
- Gettysburg, day one.
- The south is winning.
- I followed Hank, got those pictures you wanted.

- Uncle Jerry said he was coming home on the next plane.
- Dr. Jacoby said he would come over tomorrow.
- I think daddy needs an injection.
- God, we gotta help him.
Bobby: Don't worry, baby,
- Bobby's on the case.
- Don't call me baby.

- A one-armed man?
- Left.
- Did you question him?
- Negative.
- [Pursued but he got away.
- Maintain an around-the-clock watch on ronette and we'll speak in the morning.

- Good thing you guys can't keep a secret.
- Truman: Good throw.
- There's been gunfire.
- Truman and Cooper are leaving with your daughter.
- Now, who can this be?
- Monsieur lodwick. Da's office, eh?

Special: Harry, what's on your mind?
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: I'm worried about Josie. She's been really afraid.
Special: About what?
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Ben Horne and Catherine Martell. They've been seeing each other on the sides, it's been going on for years. Josie just found out. She thinks that they are planning to burn down the sawmill, and somehow get rid of her too.
Special: Do you belive her?
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Well... I know that Ben Horne wants that land around the sawmill for Ghostwood Developments, and Josie won't sell. So, yeah. I believe her.
Special: Well, how much do you know about her? Where she's from? Who she was before she came to Twin Peaks?
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: What are you getting at?
Special: The truth Harry. Because that's my job.

- Is this a copy of the petroglyph you found in owl cave?
- Andy?
- Sir.
- Are you familiar with this?
- Well, I've dreamed it.
- Or seen it somewhere, somehow.

- Who do you think it is, silly?
- I want to see you.
- You're not Laura.
- Okay, doc.
- First thing you have to do is go to the door.
- Go on.
- There's something waiting for you.

Windom: Your name, please?
Major: Garland Briggs.
Windom: Garland, what do you fear most... in the world?
Major: The possibility that love is not enough.

FBI: Oh Diane, I almost forgot. Got to find out what kind of trees these are. They're really something.

- Every day, once a day, give yourself a present.
- Don't plan it, don't wait for it, just let it happen.
- It could be a new shirt at the men's store, a catnap in your office chair, or two cups of good hot black coffee, like this.
- A present. Like Christmas?

- Did you know?
- Yes.
- Did you in any way encourage her to work there?
- No. I had no idea.
- She asked if she could work in the department store.
- Battis sent her without my knowing.
- Did you sleep with her?

Harry: [to Cooper] You know, you are the best lawman I've ever seen. But, Coop, sometimes you think too much.

Dale: Harry, I'm going to let you in on a little secret. Every day, once a day, give yourself a present. Don't plan it. Don't wait for it. Just let it happen. It could be a new shirt at the men's store, a catnap in your office chair, or two cups of good, hot black coffee.

- Showel: Evening, Mr. and Mrs. Showel.
- Okay. Go right ahead.
- Showel: Thank you.
- Good evening.
- Catherine martell and spouse.
- Mm-hm.
- Go easy on the sauce tonight, okay, Cathy?
- Couple of belts and even you might start to look good to me.

- Oh, no, you mean ed.
- Yeah, big ed.
Shelly: Yeah.
- Yeah, I'm a little better at faces than names, I guess.
- Oh.
- Yeah, big ed.
- Man 1: Hello there.

- Dick.
- The usual background information.
- Hmm. Birthplace, initial adoption.
- Hmm. First of several, it seems.
- Ah, the plot thickens.
- Where are thy secrets, little Nicky?

- Who are you?
- Shelly Johnson.
- You know who called me here?
- No, I don't know anything, please help me...
- Be quiet, I'm thinking.
Shelly: Oh, god.
- Oh, god. Oh, god. Oh, god.

- When your parents drag you off to Europe or some place for a month, then when you get back, it's like you've been away forever.
- Two chocolate shakes, please, Norma.
- Coffee for me.
- Extra whipped cream on mine.
- What's your name?
- Shelly.
- Are you in our class at school?

- He told you this?
- Yes.
- What are you gonna do?
- Harry.
- What are you gonna do?
- Are you gonna arrest him?
- Cooper: Audrey, I don't want you to say a word about this to anyone.
- Okay.
- Cooper: Okay. Now, go on home.

Dale: Doc, when the will is invoked, the recuperative powers of the physical body are simply extraordinary.
Dale: [struggles to get off the bed] Just give me a couple hours to get dressed.

The: One day my log will have something to say about this.

- So do you know who?
- I'll take care of it.
- Sure you will, man.
- This other thing, hell, we'll take care of that, don't you worry about that.
- We'll get the cash and everything will be square.

Pete: Harry? She's dead. Wrapped in plastic.

Sheriff: Lucy, you better bring Agent Cooper up to date.
Lucy: Leo Johnson was shot, Jacques Renault was strangled, the mill burned, Shelly and Pete got smoke inhalation, Catherine and Josie are missing, Nadine is in a coma from taking sleeping pills.
Dale: How long have I been out?
Dr. Will Hayward: It's 7:45 in the morning. We haven't had this much action in one night since the Elks Club fire of '59.

- Missoula's not that far away, right?
- Donna, you're taking this much too much to heart.
- I'm sure she's just fine.
- I know the cure for what ails you.
- It's simple, really.
- It always makes me feel good.

Benjamin: Leo Johnson?
Hank: He's in a coma. Looks like brain damage.
Jerry: With Leo, how could they tell?
Benjamin: Why isn't he dead?
Hank: I caught him center shot with a 44. Couldn't risk going inside. Neighborhood was hot, I had to sneak past patrols as it was.
Benjamin: Anybody see you?
Hank: Negative. He was chopping wood.
Jerry: Chopping wood, inside?
Hank: Yeah, you know Leo.
Jerry: Wait a minute, chopping wood inside?
Hank: Yeah, you know Leo.

- The door was open.
- A country habit. We're all so trusting.
- My name is Jones.
- I was executive assistant to the late Mr. Eckhardt.
- Thank you.

- "Dixie." "Dixie"!
- Fonrvard, march.
- Oh, I wish I was in the land of cotton old times there were not forgotten look away, look away, look away
- Dixie land oh, I wish...

- Look at me.
- I'm Catherine's maid.
- I'm no good for you.
- You are good for me.
- I love you.
- I want you.

- No! Oh, no!
Sarah: No.
- Okay?
- Leland, we're ready to go with the contracts.
- Leland?
- What's wrong?
- My daughter's dead.

Ben: Sometimes the urge to do bad is nearly overpowering.

- Jeez, don't zap the geek.
- How am I supposed to get my beer without...? You know.
- Fetch me the arrow.

- but before we leave,
- I would like to ask each of you to join me in a moment of silence for Laura and her dear memory.
- Oh, god.

- May we have this dance...
- Please?

The: [talking backwards; subtitled] She's filled with secrets. Where we're from, the birds sing a pretty song and there's always music in the air.

Special: [looking at real estate photos] What is this?
Irene: I thought I'd taken that out. That property is called Dead Dog Farm... and it's worse than it sounds.

Dale: Diane, it struck me again earlier this morning, there are two things that continue to trouble me. And I'm speaking now not only as an agent of the Bureau but also as a human being. What really went on between Marilyn Monroe and the Kennedys and who really pulled the trigger on JFK?

- You...
- No! You can't do this to me.
- It's already done.
Benjamin: You...

- He's coming to work at the roadhouse?
- He the bartender, isn't he?
- Bernard, we've got you tied up in a chair.
- You're mixed up with your brother in a wide variety of felonies.
- What I wanna know is, why in the world would you tell us where and when to find him?

- She thought that you were coming over last night.
- Um, did she say anything?
- Well, I would have to say that she was a little bit disappointed.
- Leland?
- Leland, honey?
- Excuse me.

- Earle: Home, home on the range where the deer and the ante/ope play where seldom is heard a discouraging word earle: Hello, wilbur.

Special: Gentlemen, two days ago a young woman was found murdered by the same individual I believe responsible for the death of Laura Palmer. I have reason to believe that the killer is in this room. As a member of the Bureau, I spend most of my time seeking simple answers to difficult questions. In the pursuit of Laura's killer, I have employed Bureau guidelines, deductive technique, Tibetan method, instinct, and luck. But now I find myself in need of something new, which, for lack of a better word, we shall call... magic.
[thunder]
Benjamin: Would you like us to hum? A Tibetan chant, perhaps?
[laughs]
FBI: I think it's going terrifically well. Don't you?

Catherine: You know what shenanigans are, don't you?

- Sheriff Truman?
- Sheriff Truman?
- Sheriff Truman?
- Andy! Over here!

- Bobby, if you knew who she was seeing, trust us on this, now's the time to tell us.
- Why don't you ask Donna?
- She was there with her.
- Because I'm asking you.
- Come on, Bobby. Give me a name.
- Here's a hint. First initial, j.

- Pretty weird.
- I'm going home tomorrow, James.
- I came to twin peaks for Laura's funeral.
- But now it's time to go.
- So is this goodbye?
- I guess it is.

Pete: Oh dear. Lucy? Lucy, this is Pete Martell. Lucy, put Harry on the horn.
Lucy: Sheriff, it's Pete Martell up at the mill. Uh, I'm going to transfer it to the phone on the table by the red chair. The red chair against the wall. The little table with lamp on it. The lamp we moved from the corner? The black phone, not the brown phone.
Sheriff: Morning, Pete. Harry.
Pete: She's dead, wrapped in plastic.

- The owner's coming by tonight, he likes to spend some time with all the new girls.
- Who's that?
- No names, child.
- You don't offer and you don't ask.
- Yes, ma'am.
- Pick a card.

Eileen: Hello, Ben.
- I need to talk to you.

- I will return.
- Until that time,
- I will be in the shadows if you need me.
- Good day, gentlemen.
- Cooper: Good day, major.
- In the shadows. Can you beat that?
- Nope.
- Excuse me, sheriff, agent Cooper, may I show you something?

Dale: At a time like this, curiously, you begin to think of the things regret or the things you might miss. I would like, in general, to treat people with much more care and respect. I would like to climb a tall hill--not too tall--sit in the cool grass--not too cool--and feel the sun on my face. I wish I could have cracked the Lindbergh kidnapping case. I would very much like to make love to a beautiful woman who I had genuine affection for. And, of course, it goes without saying that I would like to visit Tibet. I wish they could get their country back and the Dalai Lama could return. Oh, I would like that very much. All in all, a very interesting experience.

Leo: Shelly? Norma's here.
- Shelly, did you hear me say
- Norma's here?
- Yeah, I heard you, Leo.
- I'm gonna come by the diner sometime today.
- Be a good girl and save me a piece of pie.
- Sure, Leo.

Special: Are you Laura Palmer?
Laura: [talking backwards; subtitled] I feel like I know her but sometimes, my arms bend back...

- beneath an all-wool plaid
- Pendleton shirt.
- He completes this look with his red-and-black buffalo-checked jodhpurs.
- For the man who wants to make a statement while retaining that casual feel, whether he's out mastering a task or riding the breeze of a chance meeting.
- That's it, Andy.

Maj. Garland Briggs: Bobby, may I share something with you? A vision I had in my sleep last night-as distinguished from a dream, which is a mere sorting and cataloguing of the day's events by the subconscious. This was a vision: fresh and clear as a mountain stream, the mind revealing itself to itself. In my vision I was on the veranda of a vast estate, a palazzo of some fantastic proportion. There seemed to emanate from it a light, from within this gleaming, radiant marble. I had known this place. I had, in fact, been born and raised there, and this was my first return-a reunion with the deepest wellsprings of my being. Wandering about, I noticed happily that the house had been immaculately maintained. There had been added a number of additional rooms, but in a way that blended so seamlessly with the original construction, one would never detect any difference. Returning to the house's grand foyer, there came a knock at the door. My son was standing there. He was happy and carefree, clearly living a life of deep harmony and joy. We embraced-a warm and loving embrace, nothing withheld. We were, in this moment, one. My vision ended. I awoke with a tremendous feeling of optimism and confidence in you and your future. That was my vision. It was you.

- Diane, it's 12:27 pm.
- I'd like you to look into my pension-plan options regarding outside real-estate investment.
- I may look into purchasing property at what I assume will be a very reasonable price.

FBI: [to the waitress who has just poured him a cup of coffee] Wait a minute, wait a minute.
[he savors his first sip]
FBI: You know, this is - excuse me - a damn fine cup of coffee. I've had I can't tell you how many cups of coffee in my life and this, this is one of the best. Now I'd like two eggs over hard. I know, don't tell me, it's hard on the arteries, but old habits die hard, just about as hard as I want those eggs.

- He killed Laura and he killed maddy.
- Madeleine Ferguson died the night before last between 10 pm. And midnight.
- That fits. We didn't take Ben in until after midnight.
- That's as close as I can cut it.
- Ben horne's blood test.

- Excuse me, is there something wrong, young, pretty girl?
- They found my friend Laura lying face down on a rocky beach.
- Completely naked.
- She'd been murdered.

Hank: What's the deal?
- Huh?
- Do I know you?
- Okay.

- Why, who in the world let major Briggs loose, Leo?
- It couldn't have been you, could it?
- No, no. No punishment, Leo.
- It's too late for that to do us any harm.
- And I have a new game for you.

- You still could be. At another time.
- Oh. I understand completely.
- By the way,
- Laura's...
- Laura's parents...
- Well, they didn't know that she was seeing me. Ha, ha.

Big: I'm living my life, Norma. I just don't like it much.

- Laura, Laura.
- Don't go there.
- Hurting me. Hurting me.
- Stop it. Stop it.
- Stop it.
- Leo, no. Leo, no.

Donna: Mom, it's so strange. I know I should be sad, and I am, part of me is. But it's like... it's like I'm having the most beautiful dream... and the most terrible nightmare, all at once.

Audrey: What a gyp. Finally meet the man of my dreams and next thing I know he's on a plane to Brazil.
Pete: He'll be back one day. He promised.
Audrey: Yeah. Well, he also promised to take me fishing, and we never did. Love stinks.
Pete: Fishing?
Audrey: Yeah. Pearl Lake or something.
Pete: [pause] I have some tackle in the truck.
Audrey: You do?
Pete: Audrey, there are many cures for a broken heart, but nothing quite like a trout's leap in the moonlight. May I?
Audrey: [she laughs] You may.
[they walk back to the truck, arm in arm]

Sylvia: Let Dr. Jacoby see what he can do.
- We gotta go.
- No, no.
- Jacoby: You do it, then.
Sylvia: Am I going to have to call Dr. Jacoby every damn time
- I have a problem with Johnny?

- Josie: Help!
- Please help.
Thomas: I love you.
- Josie: No!
Thomas: Josie. For god's sake...
- Josie: Don't touch me.
- Don't touch me! Don't hurt me.

- Damn it. I'm done, Bobby.
- Let's get the hell out of here.

- the killer was never found.
- My wound healed, windom earle went mad.
- Institutionalized until his recent escape.
- So why is he after you?
- Harry,
- Caroline was windom earle's wife.

- You made me.
- Donna.
- Will: Donna?
- Yes?
- Will: There's a telephone call for you from a Harold Smith.
- Oh, okay. I'll get it in the hallway.

- I don't understand.
- There's a whole lot
- I don't understand.
- We're all like that.

- You're not a shy one, are you, sweetheart?
- I'm not shy.

- Please come in.
- Would you like some lemonade?
- I also have some saltines and some apple butter.
- Or would you like to wash your hands?
- No, thanks.
- I insist.

- Here it is.
- There it is. Oh, my god, here it is.
- What?
- Would you leave us, please?
- Jim.
- Uh, would you leave us alone, please?
- Oh! Certainly.
- Cooper: I've got to find something to grab onto this with.

- Cooper: Couldn't hurt to give it a shot.
- Maybe next year.
- Annie, there's a whole world out there.
- Jump in.
- "Hear the other side.
- See the other side."
- St. augustine.
- Coffee?
- You bet.

Lucy: It's been 6 weeks Dick, you'd said were gonna call.
Dick: I know. I lost your phone number.
Lucy: I work for the Sheriff, you could'a dialed 9-1-1.
Dick: Oh Lucy, I do apologize, I been so terribly busy. Honestly, I barely have the time to feed my cat.

- This bonsai's from windom earle.
- He's way ahead of us, and we've been working for him from the beginning.
- What time does that contest start?
- Any minute.
- Let's go.
- Andy: Agent Cooper. Agent Cooper!

- Annie, the face of the man who killed you?
- Annie?
- Caroline.

- Stand next to chair or stool.
- Do not remain seated.
- Place foot on base and pull seat all the way up until you hear a click."
- Sorry, ronette.

- He's close.
- Nurse.
- Could I have a glass of water, please?
- Yes, sir.

[last line of the series]
Dale: How's Annie? How's Annie?

- Well, then...
- It's a cemetery.
- Knight to king's bishop 3.
- That man, he's very dangerous.
- Don't let him in here again, do you understand?
- Sure.
- I've gotta take this to Cooper.

Ben: [after a fight with his daughter] Laura died two days ago. I lost you years ago.

- He left. Yesterday, on his bike.
- Where did he go?
- He said something about the ocean.
- Mexico, I think.
- That's all?
- Are you what he's running away from?
- Look, dear, why don't you go home?

- I mean, if you was laying odds on the last person standing after an atomic war,
- I'd have bet on her.
- Yeah, she was a tiger, all right.
- Ah, no use mincing words.
- She was plain hell to live with.

Dr. Will Hayward: [He sees Bobby Briggs pretending to surf on the hood of his car with a beer in hand] You're not drinking and driving, are you?
Mike: Well we're, uh, all pretty broken up about what happened today, sir. Besides, Bobby is doing most of the driving.

- Diane, it's 11:05 pm. I'm in my room at the great northern hotel.
- There's not a star in the sky tonight.
- Ben home is in custody.
- The trail narrows, Diane.
- I'm very close, but the last few steps are always the darkest and most difficult.

- This is an outrage.
- She's been living in this town about 15 minutes.
- And what the hell got into you?
- She gave a beautiful speech.
- Inherent in her message were words even the most craven of us can ill afford to ignore.

- Of course we do.
- Like brother, like sister.
- How about here?
- In the cake saver.
- In plain sight.
Andrew: So we have a key.
- Woman: Yes, we do.

- Harold, no, you don't understand.
- Maddy!

[last lines]
[Leo enters a cabin in the woods]
Windom: No, no. It's okay. Come in. You look like you've had a hard night. I will help you. Come in. What's your name?
Leo: Leo.
Windom: Leo. Well, Leo... you can call me Windom. Windom Earle.

[Cooper is talking to his boss on the phone]
FBI: I've got an OOJ and an AFO here from Albert concerning his mano a mano with the local Sheriff Truman. Albert wants this guy's badge, Coop.
Dale: Gordon, here's how it is. You know Albert. In my opinion, Sheriff Truman displayed the patience of a saint, *not* clocking him a day earlier than he did.
FBI: He wants it filed with the U.S. Attorney.
Dale: File it under "F", for "forget it".
FBI: Cooper.
Dale: And you tell Albert that if he wants to pursue this,
FBI: [trying to interrupt] Coop.
Dale: I'll fight him all the way up the chain to Washington!
FBI: Don't get excited and hang up, now.
Dale: I'll talk to you later, Gordon.
[Cooper hangs up]

- We wanted the name of birds.
Lucy: I know, but the files are all organized alphabetically.
- Lucy, go through the bird file.
Lucy: No, no, you don't understand.
- They're organized alphabetically in the names of the pet.
- We're gonna need some more coffee.

- Ice cream.
- Bobby.
- Hey, Leo. Oh, jeez.
- Oh. Uh...
- Man, you gotta be more careful.
- Good thing we didn't light the candles.

DEA: I understand we're both staying at the Great Northern. How's the food up there?
Dale: Dennis, you're in for a big surprise.
Sheriff: So are they.

Audrey: Do you like my ring?
FBI: Very nice.
Audrey: You know, sometimes I get so flushed, it's interesting. Do your palms ever itch?

Blackie: [about Audrey] She's ready for her close-up now.

Man: Where we're from, the birds sing a pretty song... and there's always music in the air.

- Big Amos still running things out there?
Audrey: Mm. Bigger and better.
Blackie O'Reilly: Big Amos is the name of my dog.
- I read the Scarlet letter in high school just like you did.
- Give me one good reason why I shouldn't airmail your bottom back to civilization.

FBI: What was your vest doing riding up like that?
FBI: Wood tick.

- He was angry, he was crazy.
- He killed Jeffrey, came back to kill me.
- I was ready, though.
- I got my gun and I shot him.
- I shot him till he was dead.

- No, more than grief.
- It's deep down.
- Inside.
- Every cell screams.
- You can hear...
- Nothing else.

- Cooper, how long you been here?
- Twelve days, sir.
- They're not gonna try him.
- No?
- Leo is coming home.
- I'll advise you to keep your eye on the woods.
- The woods are wondrous here...
- But strange.

- planning all that stuff we'd do when we did.
- Somehow, life starts before you know it.
- Suddenly, you're halfway through living it, and all those plans, they just don't mean a damn thing.
- This is my life, Norma.
- I just don't like it much.
- We can make new plans.

Dale: Harry, I have no idea where this will lead us, but I have a definite feeling it will be a place both wonderful and strange.

- Did he hurt you? Are you okay?
- No. I'm fine. I'm fine. I...
- I'm sorry, James. It's all my fault.
- I'm sorry.
- No, no, no, don't cry. It's my fault too.
- We gotta go to the sheriff now, okay?
Donna: You've had enough trouble.
- I'll go.
- No, I'll go.
- James, just hold me, okay? Okay.

- My prayers.
- Audrey, I'm gonna take you out of here now.
- When you leave me with a kiss.
- That's the way you want it, that's fine.

Dick: Alright class, what did that sip reveal for us? What flavors are we enjoying?
Lucy: Tastes kind of woody.
Dick: No, not really. Anyone else? Lana?
Lana: Banana?
Dick: Yes. There is a hint of banana. That's the metaphoric acid. Very good. What else?
Deputy: Chocolate!
Dick: Correct, Andy.
Lucy: Why don't we just skip the wine and have a banana split?