Twin Peaks

Episode Sixteen - S2-E9

Plot hole: In the bait and switch section, why does anyone involved agree to Leland being Ben's attorney when both victims are relatives of Leland? Neither Ben nor any of the police are in on Cooper's plan, and it seems implausible at best that they would agree to this.

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Episode Sixteen - S2-E9

Plot hole: Harry states that Ben was not arrested until after midnight. However in episode 2.7, the arrest takes place earlier in the evening, shown in establishing shots and the other events which occur afterwards.

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Plot hole: In the season 1 finale, after they have brought James into the the station Cooper hands Truman a note and asked if he would investigate this. A few minutes later Truman comes back in with the coke that Bobby planted in James' gas tank. Cooper then asks James why he had coke in his gas tank. Cooper shouldn't know where the coke was found, Bobby never mentioned to Lucy where he put it and Truman never told Cooper where he found it.

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Episode Fifteen - S2-E8

Plot hole: More than 24 hours after Ben is arrested his daughter Audrey comes and asks Cooper if her father was arrested. How has she not noticed that he is absent and in jail?

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Episode Twenty - S2-E13

Visible crew/equipment: When Audrey enters her father's office to find him in the middle of his Civil War recreation, a boom mic dips into the shot over their heads. (00:18:40)

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Trivia: Laura Palmer's murder was supposed to remain unsolved, but ABC demanded that the murderer be revealed. Many people believed that that moment was when the series jumped the shark.

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Question: Who or what is BOB? Where does he come from?

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Chosen answer: Killer BOB is a demonic entity that emanates from a realm of pure evil known as the Black Lodge, a place that exists on an alternate plane of reality. BOB feeds on human pain and suffering and can travel on earth by possessing human beings and also as an owl. While possessing humans, he commits horrible acts to elicit pain, fear, and suffering from those who are around him, using that as nourishment. BOB possesses Leland Palmer, later forcing him to abuse, rape, and eventually murder his own daughter, Laura, and later to commit suicide.

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