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It presages Maddy's announcement to her aunt and uncle that it's time for her to go back home to Missoula and it is also the picture Leland later smashes her face into when he shouts she's "going back to Missoula, Montana!
" On the mantel at on the Blu-ray, a few books are seen, one being by Will Durant.
So, she seemingly just left the semi-comatose Leo in the house by himself!
As Cooper goes through the remains of Laura's diary at the sheriff's station, he records to Diane, that BOB "..referred to, on more than one occasion, as a friend of her father's." But this is never stated at all in the official In his office with Mr. At on the Blu-ray, as Truman, Cooper, and the deputies are entering Ben's office to take him into custody for questioning on the murder of Laura Palmer, a book on his desk is seen to be .
At on the Blu-ray, notice that Harold Smith has strewn many of his beloved orchids across the floor of his cabin, a harbinger of the upcoming sight of his body hanging from the ceiling, he having committed suicide.
At on the Blu-ray, a bag of Uni-Gro is seen in the background in Harold's cabin.
This episode takes place on Thursday, March 9, 1989.
Gordon tells Cooper he's headed for Bend, Oregon for something that's "real hush-hush".
The final line of the Log Lady's poem, "Woe to the ones who behold the pale horse," is an obvious reference to Sarah Palmer, who sees a pale horse materialize in her bedroom just before Maddy is murdered by Leland/BOB in this episode.
The mantel at the Palmer home also shows a couple additional childhood photos of Laura not previously seen.
The song playing at the Palmer home is "What a Wonderful World", performed by the great Louis Armstrong.
The sheriff's vehicle that approaches the camera at on the Blu-ray has one headlight out!
Possibly, this was an intentional play on the missing body parts of the One-Armed Man and Nadine Hurley.
At on the Blu-ray, we see that the day's special at the RR is split pea soup and lamb.