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Lonely Souls
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Lonely Souls (S02E07) is the seventh episode of season two of "Twin Peaks" released on Sat... More Lonely Souls (S02E07) is the seventh episode of season two of "Twin Peaks" released on Sat Nov 10, 1990. Over 5,538 TV Time users rated it a 9.8/10 with their favorite characters being Ray Wise as Leland Palmer, Kyle MacLachlan as Dale Cooper and Frank Silva as BOB.
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June 2017

HOLY SHIT.

HOLY SHIT.
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June 2016

Best episode ever so far! GENIUS!!!😱😲

Best episode ever so far! GENIUS!!!😱😲
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June 2017

Why doesn't anyone talk about Norma and Shellys friendship it's so pure and beautiful

Why doesn't anyone talk about Norma and Shellys friendship it's so pure and beautiful
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May 2017

I kneeeew it that man was catherine. I KNEEEW IT!!!

I kneeeew it that man was catherine. I KNEEEW IT!!!
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February 2017

WOW WOW!!!!!!!
Brilliant episode, the best so far!!!

WOW WOW!!!!!!!
Brilliant episode, the best so far!!!
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May 2015

jesus this is by far the creepiest scene of all in a way that i loved it! that fucking bob guy scares the shit out of me

jesus this is by far the creepiest scene of all in a way that i loved it! that fucking bob guy scares the shit out of me

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jesus this is by far the creepiest scene of all in a way that i loved it! that fucking bob guy scares the shit out of me
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June 2017

Episodio bomba con delle sequenze finali entrate a tutto diritto nella storia della serialità. Nonostante avessi ormai qualche sospetto su Leland, le scene finali con l'inquietante madre di Laura che scende le scale in stile Esorcista e Leland che su specchia in Bob con quel ghigno malefico sono inquietanti. Ad accrescere il tutto la visione di Cooper del gigante, mentre è seduto al bar vicino alla Signora Ceppo. Delle sequenze degne del miglior horror di quei tempi.
Guardando l'episodio più nel profondo, si potrebbe dire che è l'episodio in cui finalmente ogni maschera è gettata. Twin Peaks è infatti un racconto di dualità, a cominciare da quelle cime gemelle che danno nome e simbolo alla cittadina, per arrivare allo sdoppiamento che c'è in ognuno di noi. Nelle scene finali, ogni personaggio getta la maschera e rivela se stesso: il giapponese rivela di essere in realtà Catherine e di provare ancora, nonostante tutto, affetto per il marito, Donna crolla e scoppia a piangere, distruggendo la maschera di ragazza forte e sicura che si era costruita in questi ultimi episodi, e poi ovviamente scopriamo che Leland è l'ospite umano di Bob. L'intera vicenda, quindi, ruota attorno a questa dualità presente in ognuno di noi, una dualità non solo sovrannaturale (quella di Leland) ma anche e soprattutto sociale. Ed è a questa dualità che bisogna pensare se si vuole conoscere davvero una persona.

Bomb Episode with final sequences that came right into the story of seriality. Although I had some suspicion on Leland, the end scenes with Laura's disturbing mother who descend into the exorcist-style stairs and Leland, mirroring Bob with that evil grin, are disturbing. To increase the whole vision of Cooper's giant while sitting at the bar near Lady Ceppo. Of the sequels worthy of the best horror of those times.
Looking at the deepest episode, one might say that it is the episode in which each mask is finally thrown. Twin Peaks is in fact a story of duality, starting with those twin peaks that give the name and symbol to the town, to get the doubling there in each of us. In the final scenes, each character casts the mask and reveals himself: the Japanese reveals that he is actually Catherine and still tries, despite everything, affection for her husband, Woman crashes and bursts into tears, destroying the strong and secure girl mask which had been built in these last episodes, and then of course we find out that Leland is Bob's human host. The whole affair, therefore, revolves around this duality in each of us, a duality not only supernatural (that of Leland), but also and above all social. And it is to this duality that one has to think if one really wants to know a person.

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December 2016

Here I am at 2:20 am watching Twin Peaks. The last 10 minutes scared the shit out of me. Thank you David Lynch, tonight I won't be able to sleep

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February 2017

Posso ammettere che questa scena mi ha messo letteralmente i brividi?

Can I admit that this scene literally made me shiver?

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Posso ammettere che questa scena mi ha messo letteralmente i brividi?
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September 2016

WHAT THE FUCCCCK

WHAT THE FUCCCCK
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May 2017

OMG. Fire walks with him.

OMG. Fire walks with him.
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March 2016

Basically every damn person's face after watching this episode. 😱 #Giantoneofus

Basically every damn person's face after watching this episode. 😱 #Giantoneofus
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August 2015

I knew it :D

I knew it :D
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