Synopsis by Andrea LeVasseur
The last two episodes of Twin Peaks were broadcast together as a two-hour movie on June 10, 1991. Part one, "Miss Twin Peaks," was written by Barry Pullman and directed by Tim Hunter. At the Great Northern, Ben Horne continues to try to reform himself, and he urges Audrey to make a special speech that evening at the Miss Twin Peaks pageant. With Windom Earle listening in, Cooper tells Truman about Josie's connection to BOB, and BOB's connection to the Black Lodge. Out in the woods, Hawk discovers the missing Major Briggs, who reveals some secrets through his nonsense speak. Andrew, Pete, and Catherine still struggle with the puzzle box, which they finally shoot with a gun, revealing a single key inside. Donna demands that Eileen and Doc Hayward tell the truth about her parentage, which she later learns from Ben. Lucy announces that she wants Andy to be her baby's father, leaving pageant judge Dick Tremayne to be seduced by contestant Lana. The episode ends with the lights going out during grand finale of the Miss Twin Peaks contest -- and the winner being abducted by Windom Earle.
beauty-pageant, blackout [power loss]