Synopsis by Andrea LeVasseur
Episode 23 of Twin Peaks, "The Condemned Woman," originally aired on February 16, 1991, and was directed by Lesli Linka Glatter. Cooper discovers the identity of the vagrant man's killer is the same person who shot him (in episode seven), but he is reluctant to make an arrest. While learning her father's business, Audrey makes the acquaintance of the dashing John Justice Wheeler (Billy Zane). She receives a mysterious note saying, "To save the one you love, go to the Roadhouse." Meanwhile, several relationships take major turns: Ed breaks up with Nadine and proposes to Norma; Norma visits Hank in jail and demands a divorce; and James and Donna agree to part for a while. At the Sheriff's office, chess master Pete Martell helps Cooper and Truman with the ongoing chess game against Windom Earle. That evening at the Roadhouse, Audrey arrives to find Shelly and Donna, who also received the same mysterious note. Finally, at the Great Northern Hotel, the conflict surrounding Josie and Thomas Eckhardt comes to a dangerous conclusion -- including the reappearance of BOB.