Synopsis by Andrea LeVasseur
Episode 22 of Twin Peaks, "Slaves and Masters," originally aired on February 9, 1991, and was directed by Oscar-winning actress Diane Keaton. The episode opens with Evelyn and Malcolm telling the cops about James, while James and Donna discuss their next move at Walli's. Ed and Norma talk about their future while in bed together, only to be interrupted by wrestling champ Nadine. Cooper and Truman question Shelly and Bobby, who blame Hank for Leo's shooting. Leo remains in the woods, being trained by Windom Earle, and Shelly returns to work at the Double R diner. Cooper receives Albert's report, which contains incriminating evidence and a link to Caroline Earle. Ben is healed by the "Appomattox Scenario," in which he reenacts the Civil War along with his mentally disturbed son, Johnny Horne (Robert Bauer). That night, Eckhardt and Catherine scheme about Josie, Donna interrupts Evelyn and Malcolm, and Cooper finds a message saying, "It's your move."