Twin Peaks, Episode 2

Overview

Originally broadcast on April 19, 1990, the memorable and pivotal second episode of Twin Peaks, "Zen, or the Skill of Catching a Killer, contains the infamous surreal dream sequence with the Little Man From Another Place Michael J. Anderson. On Saturday night, sleazy businessman Benjamin Horne Richard Beymer and his immature brother, Jerry Horne David Patrick Kelly, visit the brothel One-Eyed Jacks for a night of debauchery. Meanwhile, Bobby Dana Ashbrook and Mike Gary Hershberger meet Leo Eric Da Re in the woods...
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Overview

Originally broadcast on April 19, 1990, the memorable and pivotal second episode of Twin Peaks, "Zen, or the Skill of Catching a Killer, contains the infamous surreal dream sequence with the Little Man From Another Place Michael J. Anderson. On Saturday night, sleazy businessman Benjamin Horne Richard Beymer and his immature brother, Jerry Horne David Patrick Kelly, visit the brothel One-Eyed Jacks for a night of debauchery. Meanwhile, Bobby Dana Ashbrook and Mike Gary Hershberger meet Leo Eric Da Re in the woods for a drug deal. The next morning, Agent Cooper Kyle MacLachlan decides to teach Sheriff Truman Michael Ontkean and his crew about Tibet. In order to gain perspective on the identity of the "J" name referred to in Laura Palmer's diary, Cooper reads "J" names aloud along with their connection to Laura, then throws a rock at a bottle. The bottle breaks after the name Leo Johnson is read. Also that morning, Donna Lara Flynn Boyle and Audrey Sherilyn Fenn run into each other at the Double R diner. At the morgue, the angry pathologist Albert Rosenfield Miguel Ferrer has arrived to inspect the body, and he wastes no time insulting the residents of Twin Peaks, especially Sheriff Truman. That night, Pete Martell Jack Nance complicates Catherine's plans to burn the mill when he sneaks a key to Josie Packard Joan Chen. Finally, in an unforgettable montage, Cooper has a dream involving the One-Armed Man, the Little Man From Another Place, and Killer Bob in a red-curtained room. He wakes up believing he knows who killed Laura Palmer.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/23/1995
  • UPC: 726697050080
  • Original Release: 1990
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  • Source: Republic Pictures
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Mädchen Amick Shelly Johnson
Dana Ashbrook Bobby Briggs
Richard Beymer Benjamin Horne
Lara Flynn Boyle Donna Hayward
Joan Chen Josie Packard
Catherine Coulson Log Lady
Sherilyn Fenn Audrey Horne
Miguel Ferrer
Harry Goaz
Michael Horse
Piper Laurie Catherine Martell
Sheryl Lee Laura Palmer
Peggy Lipton Norma Jennings
Kyle MacLachlan Dale Cooper
Everett McGill
Jack Nance Pete Martell
Michael Ontkean Sheriff Harry S. Truman
Eric Da Re Leo Johnson
Russ Tamblyn
Ray Wise Leland Palmer
Technical Credits
David Lynch Director, Screenwriter
Mark Frost Screenwriter
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