Dale Cooper takes the journey back to the real world and arrives in form of a simpleton who is good at winning in a casino.
What I thought
Well, it was always going to be hard to live up to the roller coaster of the opening double-episode but this was still one heck of a headbanger. I'd said last episode that perhaps things would have been better if Dale had returned to reality sooner, but now I know why: there was a shed load of stuff for him to go through still. He wibble-wobbles through time/space and then ends up in small metallic room with a lady who can't speak or see, with loud banging on a door, and a balcony at the top that is surrounded by the open-universe! This is seriously odd stuff. After sacrificing herself, Dale returns down to the room, to see the lady again, who can now speak and see, and sends him through the smallest of contraptions. Time is of the essence it seems as that banging is "Mother" and she obviously isn't a happy lady for some reason. We then get introduced to this week's nudity and another Cooper doppelganger called Dougie who has just finished with a prostitute. He starts throwing up, as does the original doppelganger after crashing his car, which leads to more oddness but essentially Dale Cooper arriving back into reality via a power socket. You couldn't make this stuff up! LOL. We then get introduced to a rather simpleton form of Dale Cooper, who does his best Data from Star Trek impression at a local Casino. Not only does he keep winning but he's also apparently straight out of Dumb and Dumber in his inability to really comprehend his surroundings. Speaking of which, back at Twin Peaks Police HQ, there's a rather funny segment with Hawk and his colleagues trying to figure out which piece of evidence is missing from Dale Cooper's disappearance. Is it the chocolate bunnies? No, it's not the chocolate bunnies. Or is it? LOL.
It's hard to know what to think but now Dale is out, you'd think maybe we'd get closer to understand the season arc but I'm not sure that's ever going to be obvious. LOL.
Rating 7/10 - Another episode of oddness personified.
What I liked:
- All that Dale Cooper journey to reality oddness was just baffling and genius.
- The Casino scenes were amusing and daft.
- Dumb and Dumber at Twin Peaks Police HQ was quite funny,
- Another doppelganger? It wasn't too bad, but I'm not biggest fan of doppelgangers as I've said before.
- Another musical finish? Looks like that is sadly going to become the way of every episode although I hope not.
|Doppelgangers contract a vomiting illness this week.|
|Is it the chocolate bunnies? No, it's not. Or is it?|
|Simpleton Dale wins big at the casino.|