Original Air Date: Jul 16, 2017
Laura is the one.
"Abuse has always been the central theme of Twin Peaks, from Laura Palmer to the host of other women who have suffered at the hands of men. This week’s episode is no different, with countless scenes that show the sordid depths that men will reach to control the women in their lives. But we also get peeks into the brighter world that Lynch believes in. We see love in its brightest form; we glimpse a world that glows."READ MORE AT Vulture
"One of the somewhat surprising pleasures of this revival then has been how great the show looks, thanks in large part to how the director has mastered using these new cameras to get the effects he wants. Unlike the original series, which brought cinematic depth to network television, the new one exploits digital’s tendency toward murkiness whenever there’s anything other than a bright color on the screen. This week’s episode is maybe the most color-conscious one of the new Twin Peaks. As has been the case throughout the run of the show — dating from Agent Dale Cooper’s first dream sequence in 1990 — the hue that pops the most is red. "READ MORE AT The New York Times
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