Synopsis by Andrea LeVasseur
Episode 24 of Twin Peaks, "Wounds and Scars," originally aired on March 28, 1991, and was directed by James Foley (Glengarry Glen Ross). Cooper recalls recent events to "Diane" and admits that someone dies every time Windom Earle removes a chess piece from the board. This episode also features the first appearance of Norma's sister, Annie Blackburne (Heather Graham), who recently left the convent to work as a waitress at the Double R diner. Ben Horne has become an environmentalist, and he plans a benefit show to save the pine weasel with Tim Pinkle (David L. Lander aka Squiggy) as guest speaker. Also at the Great Northern Hotel, Nadine and varsity all-star Mike check into the honeymoon suite under false names. Meanwhile, Cooper, Major Briggs, and Margaret (the Log Lady) compare their strange experiences in the woods. Each of them has heard the call of the owl and seen the light, leaving Major Briggs and Margaret with similar tattoo markings. While her parents are away, Donna gets a visitor claiming to be Dr. Gerald Craig, who leaves behind a present containing the next chess move. That evening, the pine weasel benefit talk goes awry, while Audrey and John Justice Wheeler discover their mutual attraction. Still grieving the mysterious death of Josie, a drunken Sheriff Truman destroys all the furniture at the Bookhouse.