All our servers are currently overloaded. Please try again later or get our premium subscription.Get PremiumRefresh pageWe are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our servers. We hope to have this resolved soon. This issue doesn't affect premium users.Get PremiumWatch on MixDrop/MyStreamEpisode 01: May the Giant Be with YouEpisode 02: ComaEpisode 03: The Man Behind the GlassEpisode 04: Laura's Secret DiaryEpisode 05: The Orchid's CurseEpisode 06: DemonsEpisode 07: Lonely SoulsEpisode 08: Drive with a Dead GirlEpisode 09: Arbitrary LawEpisode 10: Dispute Between BrothersEpisode 11: Masked BallEpisode 12: The Black WidowEpisode 13: CheckmateEpisode 14: Double PlayEpisode 15: Slaves and MastersEpisode 16: The Condemned WomanEpisode 17: Wounds and ScarsEpisode 18: On the Wings of LoveEpisode 19: Variations and RelationsEpisode 20: The Path to the Black LodgeEpisode 21: The Night of the DecisionEpisode 22: Beyond Life and Death
Twin Peaks - Season 2, Episode 22: Beyond Life and DeathThe final episode of the Twin Peaks series was broadcast as a two-hour movie on June 10, 1991, with an appropriately enigmatic ending. Part two, 'Beyond Life and Death,' (or Episode 29, if you prefer) was written by Mark Frost, Harley Peyton, and Robert Engels, and was directed by David Lynch. The Sheriff's department finally cracks the code of the petroglyph at Owl Cave, leading them to a circle of 12 sycamore trees in the woods called Glastonberry Grove. Clues that suggest the presence of killer BOB start showing up, such as the oil from the Log Lady and the owl in the circle of trees. Windom Earle takes Annie to Glastonberry Grove and they enter into what is considered the Black Lodge. Elsewhere in Twin Peaks, several story arcs are somewhat resolved: Lucy and Andy declare their love for each other; Nadine snaps out of her identity crisis; and Bobby and Shelly replay a flirty scene from the pilot episode at the Double R diner. Also, many characters may or may not have met their fate: Audrey chains herself to the bank; Andrew and Pete unlock Thomas Eckhart's safety deposit box; and Doc Hayward confronts Ben Horne. The episode concludes with an extended sequence in the Black Lodge that appears as the red room from Cooper's visions, featuring the familiar supernatural characters such as the Little Man From Another Place and the Giant. The televised version is said to differ slightly from the original script, increasing the debate about the finale's multiple meanings. However, a commonly accepted belief is that the series ends with the killer BOB possessing another host.Keywords:
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Creators of "Twin Peaks - Season 2"Mark FrostBirthdate: 25 November 1953David LynchBirthdate: 20 January 1946, Missoula, Montana, USA
Critic Reviews of "Twin Peaks - Season 2"New York ObserverMay 20, 2017
Someone slamming their head against a wall, while BOB laughs and laughs in the background? Sounds like a pretty apt metaphor for watching Twin Peaks to me.Film School RejectsMay 19, 2017
For my money, Twin Peaks never got more interesting than it did in the last 20 seconds of the second season finale.NerdistMay 18, 2017
This finale goes down as one of the strangest and most surreal (as well as most frustrating) things ever broadcast on mainstream American television, and it's a small miracle it ever aired at all.New York TimesMay 19, 2017
It's true that the second season was wildly erratic. But the one constant throughout Twin Peaks was that whenever Lynch was sitting in the director's chair, he produced singularly stunning TV.AV ClubMay 14, 2017
I think the sequence works brilliantly as an impressionistic depiction of the struggle between good and evil that's consistent with the vision Frost and Lynch established with the first episode.
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