Critic Consensus: With "Part 6," the Twin Peaks revival continues to follow its own delightfully inscrutable path while hinting at a narrative outline slowly coming into focus.
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Critic reviews for Part 6
While Twin Peaks continues to play the long game when it comes to its various mysteries, Sunday's episode at least offered a tantalizing carrot to viewers one-third of the way through the season.
DougieCooper's triggers - seeing the statue with the gun, the words "agent" and "case files," the coffee - it's sketching a portrait of Cooper as we knew him 25 years ago, but in the broadest possible terms. Agent Dale Cooper as a concept.
Though prior installments of Twin Peaks have been, to put it mildly, idiosyncratic, there's something especially deranged about Part 6's whiplash shifts in tone.
The disparate pieces of the puzzle have come together one by one, and a clearer picture of what is going on is starting to form
I wouldn't want every show on TV to be like this, but I'm glad this one is, and I'm glad Lynch is the one holding the remote.
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