Synopsis by Andrea LeVasseur
Originally broadcast on November 10, 1990, Episode 14 of Twin Peaks, "Lonely Souls," was written by Mark Frost and directed by David Lynch. This pivotal episode answers some of the series' long-running questions, as well as providing insight into Laura Palmer's killer. Featuring guest singer Julee Cruise, the brutal ending scenes flash between realities. In the morning, Maddy tells Leland and Sarah that she plans to go back to Missoula, MO. Meanwhile, Deputy Hawk searches the murder scene at Harold Smith's house, finding what is left of Laura's secret diary and a suicide note reading "J'ai une ame solitaire" ("I have a lonely soul"). Trying to solve his money problems, Bobby searches Leo's boots and finds some incriminating evidence. Audrey confronts her father about One-Eyed Jacks, and Ben reveals his connection to Laura. After looking over the diary, Cooper has Ben dragged out of his office and placed in a holding cell. At the Blue Pine Lodge, Pete Martell (Jack Nance) discovers the hidden identity of the mysterious Mr. Tojamura. That evening at the Palmers' house, Maddy smells burning oil, Sarah sees a vision of the white horse, and BOB reveals himself. At the Roadhouse, the Log Lady knows what is going on and Cooper sees a vision of the Giant, who warns, "It is happening again."