‘Twin Peaks: The Return’ [Episode 11 Recap: There’s Fire Where You Are Going]

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Showtime continues Twin Peaks: The Return with the newest airing of Episode 11: There’s Fire Where You Are Going. In the eleventh episode, original stars, Kyle MacLachlan and Mädchen Amick, reunite along with new faces in the continuation of David Lynch’s mystery/crime drama.

During their investigation into William Hastings (Matthew Illard)’s confession, FBI agent Albert Rosenfeld (Miguel Ferrer) and Diane (Laura Dern) spot the Homeless Man from the Black Lodge. As agent Tammy Preston (Chrysta Bell) patrols the abandoned house, Deputy Director Gordon Cole (Lynch) discovers a black hole in the sky.

Before Cole is about to disappear, Albert reaches out and grabs him. Everyone is distracted when the Homeless Man sneaks up and kills William, crushing his head. Elsewhere, Shelly is unable to stop her daughter, Becky (Amanda Seyfried), from pulling out a gun and shooting at a door as she searches for her cheating boyfriend.

At The Double R Diner, Deputy Bobby Briggs (Dana Ashbrook) argues with his daughter abut her relationship with Steve. Shellie though has her eyes and lips locked on Red (Balthazar Getty). Becky sees how her father is heart-broken after seeing his ex-wife kissing another man.

After two bullets break the windows of the diner, Bobby runs out and confiscates a gun from a young boy. While trying to control the traffic jam, Bobby hallucinates and discovers a zombie in the passenger seat.

While casino owners Bradley (Jim Belushi) and Bobby Mitchum (Robert Knepper) are planning to murder Dougie in cold blood, the insurance firm has discovered something in their contracts. Dougie’s boss has found a loophole to pay back the Mitchum brothers and get money in return. The Black Lodge guides Dougie to buy a cherry pie before his meeting with the Mitchum brothers.

Out in the desert, Bradley has doubts about killing Dougie because of the dream he had. After stalling Bobby, Bradley discovers the heck in Dougie’s box. The two decide not to kill Dougie and celebrate with dinner.

Dale Cooper shows signs as Dougie repeats “Damn fine coffee” and listens to the notes from the piano player.

After Deputy Chief Tommy ‘Hawk’ Hill (Michael Horse) explains to Sheriff Frank Truman (Robert Forster) where they are going, he then gets a mysterious call from from The Log Lady (Catherine E. Coulson).

The Log Lady warns Hawk, “There’s fire where you are going…”

Twin Peaks: The Return continues Sundays at 9pm on Showtime.

– By Jorge Solis