Cooper's doppelgänger meets hitmen Hutch and Chantal at a farm. He sends a text to Diane and calls Todd to ask if he has "done it" yet. He orders Murphy's death and mentions a job in Las Vegas. Dougie's boss claims Dougie sometimes has episodes due to a car accident. The Las Vegas police discover no record of Dougie Jones before 1997, and take fingerprints and DNA from his coffee mug. They arrest Ike "the Spike", who has left a phone message for "J.T". Bobby visits his mother with Truman and Hawk to ask about Cooper; her husband Major Briggs long ago foretold their arrival, and she gives them a cylinder containing a location, date, and Cooper's name written twice. The FBI stops in Buckhorn to examine the body with Briggs's fingerprints. Hastings tells Tammy that he and Ruth visited Briggs in another dimension, where he had been "hibernating" for years, and witnessed his beheading as he was saying Cooper's name. Hastings's secretary was killed in a car explosion and his lawyer arrested for the murder of his wife. Johnny Horne injures himself, and Jerry Horne hallucinates his foot is talking to him. At the Roadhouse, Ella, a junkie, scratches a rash.
Twin Peaks follows FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper as he is sent to assist in the investigation of a murdered girl. However, he soon realizes that there's many strange happenings in the small logging town of Twin Peaks.
Season one opens with the discovery of the body of Laura Palmer and Sheriff Harry S. Truman helps to get to the bottom of it. Season two opens with Laura Palmer's murderer revealed , but new murders happen as Cooper and Truman race to find who the killer is before it is too late and more innocent people die.