Cooper and Diane drive 430 miles. Cooper attempts to help a troubled woman he believes to be Laura Palmer.
Did You Know?
The owner of the Palmer house says her name is Tremond. That's also the name of the old lady (and her grandson) from season 2. The same old lady used to call herself "Chalfont". In "FWWM", Harry Dean Stanton's character says that before the Chalfonts, another family named Chalfont lived in the trailer. This could be a hint that the unseen husband is possibly Pierre (Miss Tremond/Chalfonts grandson). See more
When Cooper has the run-in with the cowboys in the diner, he picks up two guns, but when he places the guns in the french fry oil, he places three guns. See more
[sinking the guns down into the deep fryer
I don't know if the oil's hot enough to set off those bullets, but I'd move away.
Written by Georges Boulanger
and Jimmy Kennedy
Performed by The Platters
Published by Skidmore Music Co.
Courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises See more