Twin Peaks s01e07 Episode Script

Realization Time

Previously on "Twin Peaks" You 'll put me to work behind the perfume counter.
Does that clear things up? So where do I start? Washing dishes will be fine.
Donna, it's Maddy.
I found a tape in her hiding place.
I'll meet you and James tomorrow, and bring a tape recorder.
Why would an apartment dweller like Jacques buy so much heating oil? To heat a log cabin.
- What did you see that night? - Two men, two girls.
Screams.
We'll give Josie a chance to sell, tomorrow.
You do realise the risk if anyone sees us.
Don't touch me! Don't come near me, Leo! Don't make me leave, please.
Don't make me leave.
Audrey, you 're a high school girl.
I'm an agent of the FBI.
So do you want me to leave or what? What I want and what I need are two different things, Audrey.
When a man joins the Bureau he takes an oath to uphold certain values.
Values that he's sworn to live by.
This is wrong, Audrey.
We both know it.
- But don't you like me? - I like you very much.
You 're beautiful, intelligent, desirable.
Everything a man wants in his life.
But what you need right now, more than anything, is a friend.
Someone who will listen.
Friends, huh? I'm gonna go and get us two malts and some fries.
- Then tell me all your troubles.
- That could take all night.
The night is young.
Now, I'm gonna get the food, and you 're gonna get dressed.
- I can't tell you all my secrets.
- Secrets are dangerous things.
- Do you have any? - No.
Laura had a lot of secrets.
Finding those out is my job.
Good morning, Officer Brennan.
I sure wish you would stop calling me Officer Brennan.
Officer Andy, this is peak activity time at the station switchboard.
So it's really not convenient for me to talk right now.
Twin Peaks Sheriff's Station, may I help you? One moment, please.
Doctor Stanicek? Yes, it's me.
Oh.
Uh-huh.
Well thank you, Doctor.
No, I'm fine.
Bye.
Morning, Lucy.
I heard you were out sick.
I'm much better today, thanks.
Good.
I found it: "Gracula religiosa.
"Commonly known as the hill mynah.
"Native to Southeast Asia, Indonesia.
"Feeds on fruit mainly, some invertebrates.
"Its ability to mimic the human voice is amazing.
" Yeah, well, so far we haven't heard a peep.
Hey, Waldo, what's up? It says here that mimicry is a kind of play with the mynah.
But this one's in a weakened condition.
Starved, dehydrated.
I'd say he's feeling anything but playful.
Here you go, little fella.
- You want to feed him, Agent Cooper? - I don't like birds.
When do you think he'll start talking? According to the book, his urge to mimic should return with his health.
- If it does, then we got a witness.
- Well, we better keep feeding him.
- You got any apples? - Yeah.
There's some in the fridge.
- These grapes are on the edge.
- These came in from your office.
Forensics confirms Jacques had three guests to his cabin: Laura Palmer, Ronnette Pulaski and Leo Johnson.
That was the only exposed negative on the roll of film.
Look familiar? - That's our Waldo.
- No, Harry, the girl.
That's Laura.
Well, now we know who and when.
We don't know why.
Voice activated, Harry.
When the bird talks, maybe we'll get some answers.
This matches the fragment found in Laura's stomach.
- A chip from One-Eyed Jacks.
- Renault deals in the casino.
- A little fieldwork is in order.
- Jacks is over the border.
Well, I know that, Harry.
That's why I was thinking this would be a job for the Bookhouse Boys.
Better call Hawk on that one.
Shelly! Bobby Briggs.
Come on, lover-boy.
Leo's waiting.
- I called, but your dad answered.
- Bobby's here, baby.
Bobby's here.
I shot him, Bobby.
I know I did.
He just screamed and screamed.
He sounded like an animal.
You what? Slow down, Shelly.
Talk to me.
He's out there, I know he is.
He's gonna kill me.
- Bobby, he's gonna kill me.
- Shelly! Start over.
Go real slow.
Leo came home late last night.
He was all beat up.
He had blood all over him.
I told him I was never ever gonna let him hurt me again.
But he came at me.
So I pulled the trigger.
I shot him, Bobby.
What am I gonna do? Where am I gonna hide? Shelly, Leo Johnson is history.
Understand? I'm taking care of you from now on.
I'm gonna deal with Leo.
I'm gonna deal with James.
Bobby's gonna deal with everything.
Birdseed? No, this bird eats fruit.
The sheriff says it's a witness.
No, not just because it saw something, because it talks.
It needs to eat What's up, Doc? Just a few words before I go to sleep.
I feel like I'm gonna dream tonight.
Big bad ones, you know? The kind you like.
It's easier talking into the recorder.
I guess I feel I can say anything.
All my secrets.
The naked ones.
I know you like those, Doc.
I know you like me, too.
That'll be my little secret, OK? Just like your coconut.
Why is it so easy to make men like me? And I don't even have to try very hard.
Or maybe if it was harder This one's empty.
February 23rd.
The night Laura died.
- The tape's not in there.
- He must still have it.
- She died, he never returned it.
- Do you think Dr Jacoby killed her? We're gonna find that tape.
Tonight.
- Where? - Jacoby's office.
- What if he's there? - We'll get him out.
How? Maybe he gets a phone call.
From Laura.
What's up, Doc? Just a few words before I go to sleep.
I feel like I'm gonna dream tonight.
Here, try this.
It smells like a florist.
This won't do.
I want something more fruity.
- Fruity? - As in fruit.
Jenny, could I see you in my office in five minutes? I'm not making myself clear.
I want to make a statement.
Maybe you should try hanging it around your neck.
It's a perfume, it's a fashion accessory.
Two statements for the price of one.
I don't appreciate your attitude.
Well, thank you for shopping at Horne's Department Store.
- I'm going to the girls' room.
- OK.
There's a real bad accident outside.
It sounded like a bus or something.
Come right this way, Jenny.
I have something really special to talk about today.
Come right in.
My, my, you look lovely.
- Sit, sit.
- Thank you, Mr Battis.
This is for you, Jenny.
A reward for a job well done.
It's a unicorn.
Ancient symbol of purity.
Tamed only by the young at heart.
Wow, a unicorn.
- Have a good time at the club? - I had a great time, Mr Battis.
They were pleased with you as well, I must say.
They'd like you to continue.
Believe me, not many girls qualify.
- Really? - Yes.
Now the variety of work is completely up to you.
Hostess, cocktail waitress.
Or, if you are chosen, hospitality girl.
What's that? Hospitality girls escort important guests, VIPs.
It's a lucrative opportunity, Jenny.
Attending to wealthy men in need of a little company.
That sounds cool.
As long as they're wealthy.
Jenny, your attitude will take you far in this life.
Call this number, ask for Black Rose.
Why don't we go to Eveningwear and find you something elegant? Elegant sounds great, Mr Battis.
Elegant.
How do you feel about rose? Ronnette Pulaski.
In prison, you remember faces from home.
Even people you barely knew seem like friends.
- It's something to hang on to.
- Must've been hard on you.
I paid my debt, that's what counts.
You were a really big help around here.
I wanna thank you for getting Norma through.
You 're welcome, Hank.
It's no problem.
She told me in her letters how much it meant, how much Pete helped.
- Pete? - Yeah.
No, not Pete - No, you mean Ed.
- Yeah, Big Ed.
Yeah, I'm a little better at faces than names, I guess.
Yeah, Big Ed.
Shelly, can we get another cup over here? - Hello, Hank.
- Hi, Harry.
Glad to see me? You looking for a free lunch? - I recommend the meatloaf.
- Well, save it.
I'm looking for you.
- Harry, I'm innocent.
- What you are is on parole.
You pay your case officer a visit once a week, Fridays.
You miss a visit, you go to jail.
Got it? Thanks for the reminder, Sheriff.
Stop in any time.
You think people really change, Cooper? I don't.
Oh, afternoon, guys.
Would you like some coffee? - Afternoon, Shelly.
Yes.
- We should be on our way.
Harry I'm gonna let you in on a little secret.
Every day, once a day, give yourself a present.
Don't plan it, don't wait for it, just let it happen.
Could be a new shirt, a catnap in your office chair or two cups of good, hot, black coffee.
- Like this.
- A present.
- Like Christmas? - Yeah.
Man, that hits the spot.
Nothing like a great cup of black coffee.
Bye, Audrey.
- So did Battis get you a dress? - Yeah, he did.
- Me, too.
I'm gonna be hostess.
- Oh, really.
Cool.
- Get one of these, too? - What will I do with a horned horse? - Ditto.
I bet he's cartons of them.
- He probably does.
God, I did a really dumb thing.
I lost that number he gave me for Black Rose, do you have it? - Yeah.
I got it.
- Great.
Here.
Thanks.
- OK, I'll talk to you later.
- OK, see you tomorrow.
I wasn't fooling, Montana.
You show them, Chet.
You show all of them.
Tune in tomorrow for "Invitation to Love".
Ed.
I'm eating bonbons.
- Come on, honey.
It's not that bad.
- You don't know how bad it is.
You don't know all the things I was gonna do for us.
I know.
A new TV.
I was gonna do that.
- I already looked at a motorboat.
- Sweetheart It wasn't just things I was gonna buy.
It was the new life we were gonna lead.
Nadine, there's plenty of patent attorneys.
We just gotta find one who understands drape runners.
Rejected.
Rejected, that's what he said.
- Nobody will say anything different.
- Don't give up.
Don't you dare.
I just got that baby back from Tim and Tom's Taxidermy.
When I caught him, he was this big.
I guess by the time they take the innards out and put the stuffing in it loses something in the translation.
Well, Pete, it's still a fine looking trophy, no matter what the size.
Yeah, well, size isn't everything, I guess.
Harry, I didn't expect you to be here.
I'm late for the mill, but I'll make time for us.
What's wrong? What were you doing at the Timber Falls Motel Tuesday? - Tuesday, I was at the mill.
- Hawk saw you.
I know you were there.
Harry You can tell me anything.
Josie, you can tell me anything.
I was there because Ben and Catherine were there together.
I followed them, and I took pictures.
What's this all about? You asked me for proof last time and I followed them and I took pictures.
The other night I heard Catherine talking on the phone.
Something about an accident.
A fire.
A fire at the mill.
A fire at Andrew's mill.
My mill.
I'm not gonna let this happen.
No.
Neither will I.
I won't let it happen.
- Well, now.
- Evening, Harry.
Ed, you all set? - Is that what you 're wearing? - It's pretty spiffy.
Like to gamble, Ed? I went to Reno once.
But I never felt too lucky.
Well, you 're gonna be lucky tonight.
It's $10,000 of the Bureau 's money.
Whenever I gamble, I bring back 10 to How about 300? And, Ed, the suit is perfect.
Well, Harry'd like to talk with you.
So why don't I see you outside? Yeah, Harry, what's on your mind? I'm worried about Josie.
She's been real afraid.
- About what? - Ben Horne and Catherine Martell.
They've seen each other on the side for years, Josie just found out.
She thinks they're planning to burn down the mill and get rid of her.
Well, do you believe her? Ben Horne wants that land for Ghostwood development, and Josie won't sell.
- Yeah, I believe her.
- How much do you know about her? Where she's from? Who she was before? - What are you getting at? - The truth.
That's my job.
I know all I need to know.
I love her, and she's in trouble.
That's good enough for me.
Let's look into it.
Thanks.
- Is Hawk ready? - Yeah, he's outside in the van.
- I got that new Cadillac you wanted.
- Good.
It's perfect for our cover.
- High rollers from the Tri-Cities? - Oral surgeons, Harry.
Big spenders vacationing among the firs.
Yeah, has Agent Cooper returned yet? I need to leave another message.
Tell him that Audrey called again.
Yes, it's still urgent.
- Thanks for seeing me, Mrs Martell.
- It's all right.
- Normally I never impose this late.
- That's fine.
What's this about? Every agent is instructed, five signatures and, somehow, we missed one.
- Refresh my memory.
What policy? - Your new life insurance.
Since the binder takes effect tonight, I had no choice.
It couldn't wait.
Right here, please.
Is everything in order, Mrs Martell? Yes, it's just This was handled without our meeting each other, and I'd almost forgotten.
To be honest with you, Mrs Martell, I withheld that last page.
- Did you? - I admit, I thought it unusual.
Life insurance, and the client is too busy to be involved? I mean, you did know about this policy, didn't you? Are you suggesting that there's something irregular at work here? I never got that idea from Mrs Packard.
Or from Mr Horne.
When he offered to collect signatures, I thought it was fine.
Just with a new account, I like to be certain to cross every "t".
Right here, please.
You know, I'm noticing there are some minor changes that I asked my attorney to make that are not included in this draft.
I'd like to go over this with him in the morning and initial the changes and get the documents to you at that time.
If there's anything that I can do to help you with the policy, or anything at all - Are you an ambitious man, Mr Neff? - One likes to think so.
One never knows.
There may be a few "t's" left to cross.
- Goodnight.
- Mrs Martell.
I'll see myself out.
Think.
Think.
Ed, why don't you open that up? Wow.
Look at all this.
Well, I'm sorry.
There's a curly-haired wig in there.
Ed, it's gonna work like gangbusters.
I'll help you on with one of those moustaches.
- Will it fit? I've got a big head.
- OK, give it a try.
Testing: One, two.
Laura.
Laura.
- What happened? - Somebody shot Waldo.
Ah, Jesus.
Poor Waldo.
- What happened? - Somebody shot Waldo.
Birdie, birdie, birdie.
Want some orange? Come on, let's share.
Hello, Waldo.
Laura.
Laura.
Don't go there.
Hurting me.
Hurting me.
Stop it! Stop it! Stop it! Leo, no! Leo, no! Casino's probably in the back.
If Jacques is dealing, he'll be there.
Well, I'll give you the high sign and clear out.
- Here comes something.
- Evening, fellas.
- They call me Blackie.
- Glad to know you.
- I like your style.
- Most do.
First time here? - Yeah, it's our rookie season.
- Tonight is spring training.
With a little luck, you just might make the team.
You look like a cop.
I'm the cop.
You look like Cary Grant.
Got a name? Barney and Fred.
Just in from the Tri-Cities.
- Well, Fred, what's your line? - Own a gas station.
I'm an oral surgeon.
I've got a Chevy parked out back with a serious root canal problem.
Wanna take a look? I was hoping you needed gum work.
I'd sure like a look under your hood.
- Fred's OK.
- Fred's a prince.
- So, boys, what's your pleasure? - Cards.
Dice.
For starters.
Casino's that way.
This might just be your lucky night.
Luck has nothing to do with it.
Not bad, Ed.
Not bad at all.
Hawk, we have a small casino room with the usual games of chance.
Bar's at the far end, and there's stairs to who knows where.
Everybody's having a good time.
No sign of Jacques Renault.
Ed's gonna head to the craps table.
I'm gonna play some blackjack.
Ed, let's gamble.
You simply have got to teach me some of these incredible songs.
- Incredible! - Incredible.
Jerry? Maybe you 'd like to take some of our guests down to the dining room.
I'll be with you in a half a tick! You should've seen them at this tour of the site.
The trees! - Jerry.
- They worship them.
I caught a couple of them hugging pine.
When are they signing the contracts? This needs more pecan.
They're ready.
They're poised with their pen in their hand.
- So, what's the catch? - More fun.
Signing party.
They want to finalise the deal at One-Eyed Jacks.
How'd they find out about Jacks? I take full responsibility.
Jerry, Jerry.
Get them back on the van.
OK, everybody back in the van.
- Road trip! Road trip! - Going on a road trip! Road trip! - Hello.
- Is she there? I just came back.
She's gone.
- We need her at the mill.
- I'll get her there.
- Is it set for tonight? - Yes.
- You shouldn't call for a while.
- I know the drill.
- You 're not a shy one, are you? - I'm not shy.
Hester Prynne.
Pretty name.
Maple House in Vancouver Roy's in Chicago Calgary Stampede '87 through '89.
- Where'd you work in Calgary? - Around.
Can you give me a name? The Lost Dude Ranch.
Big Amos still running things out there? Bigger and better.
Big Amos is the name of my dog.
I read "The Scarlet Letter" in high school, too.
Give me one reason why I shouldn't airmail you back to civilisation.
Sign here.
Welcome to One-Eyed Jacks, Hester.
How did you do? - Do I have to pay you back? - We'll take it out of my winnings.
- Care to sit in? - Blackjack is not my game.
- Can you count to 10? - On a good night.
Then you can win at blackjack.
Gentlemen, place your bets.
- Jacques, is it? - That's me.
Jade, here's to old times.
"Should old acquaintance be forgot?" Come on, baby.
Bottoms up.
One for the road.
For old times' sake.
Aloha.
Hey, what's up, Doc? Feel like I'm gonna dream tonight.
Big bad ones.
You know? The kind you like.
- Who is this? - Who do you think it is, silly? I want to see you.
- You 're not Laura.
- OK, Doc.
First thing you have to do is go to the door.
Go on.
There's something waiting for you.
That's today's paper, Doc.
Now do you believe me? Meet me at Sparkwood and 21 in 10 minutes.
But wait You think he bought it? I think so.
I think he did.
OK, wait here for us.
Gazebo.
Say goodbye, James.