Is it Earl or is it Memorex? Inside the Double R, a flannel-clad gentlemen with a dumbly sinister smile and a penchant for long pans of chess boards tosses down some change and an envelope with Shelley's name on it and skulks away from the counter. Norma is on the phone behind the counter, saying, "Annie, it's no problem. I've got plenty of room. You just get on the next flight, I'll be waiting." Noooooooo! Hang up, Legs. Do it! Prank call! Prank call! Shelley asks what's what, and Norma plot develops that her sister, Annie, is leaving the convent to come stay in Twin Peaks for a while. Wow. That's a bad idea, all right. But hello, what's this? Norma notices the envelope on the counter and hands it to Shelley, who opens it and reads a scrap of paper ripped from other scraps and sounds out the shards, "Mountains kiss, waves clasp, flower, sunlight, the moonbeams." She also finds an identical copy of the note sent to Audrey. Norma mentions that the Roadhouse meeting sounds "intriguing in a way, but it sounds dangerous." Whereas I think it sounds dangerous in a way, but it sounds intriguing. Seriously, what kind of a line is that? Ed enters the Double R just then, walks behind the counter, grabs Norma and tells her, "it's time for us to be together. Will you marry me?" Big smoochy kiss. Shelley retreats to the kitchen and the health inspector is all, "yuck." Where's a ten-episodes-old MT Wentz joke when you're really thirsting for one? Oh, there it was.
Episode Report CardDjb: B- | 543 USERS: B-
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