Original Air Date: Aug 6, 2017
What story is that, Charlie?
"Never doubt David Lynch. It’s a lesson I feel like I have to learn time and time again, but mostly because we’re forced to. After last week’s purposely frustrating and withholding dip, I wondered aloud if we were in store for more aimless episodes that would push us back at arm’s length. But this week, Lynch edged us right back into the fold, not with the grand abstract firework, but with an episode that showcases his best-yet control of the weird new shade of “Lynchian tone” that defines Twin Peaks..."READ MORE AT Vulture
"From the beginning, Twin Peaks has embedded a clue to unlocking the show in its title. David Lynch and Mark Frost are captivated by dualities, whether they’re giving their characters literal doppelgängers or they’re exploring the extremes of good and evil within humanity as a whole."READ MORE AT The New York Times
"Though last week’s cherry pie and champagne sounds like a pretty swell combination, any fan knows that the authentic taste of Twin Peaks—and the simple, homey taste that warms Dale Cooper’s heart—is cherry pie and coffee. In Part 13, Mark Frost and David Lynch finally deliver that pairing."READ MORE AT A.V. Club
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