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After Cooper's doppelgänger is arrested in South Dakota in 2014, Albert investigates his apparent reappearance, alongside Gordon Cole and Tamara Preston.
He later discloses to Cole that he was apparently contacted by Jeffries, which resulted in the death of an agent stationed in Colombia.
Cooper displays an array of quirky, sometimes almost childlike mannerisms, such as giving a "thumbs up" when satisfied, sage-like sayings (often inspired by his fascination with Tibet), and a distinctive sense of humor, along with his love for cherry pie and "a damn fine cup of coffee." One of his most popular habits is recording messages containing everyday observations and abstract thoughts on his current case to a mysterious woman called "Diane" (revealed to be his secretary at the Bureau in the 1991 tie-in book The Autobiography of F. His investigative techniques go far beyond the FBI's usual ones, including intuitive exercises and analysis of his dreams.
He becomes deeply involved with the inhabitants of Twin Peaks, and remains in town after the resolution of the Laura Palmer case, especially once his nemesis and former partner Windom Earle starts menacing the town in order to exploit its supernatural properties.
"She did do another scene — the video with Donna on the picnic — and it was that scene that did it." However, when Lynch wrote the "fire walk with me" speech, he imagined MIKE saying it in the basement of the Twin Peaks hospital – a scene that would appear in an alternative version of the pilot episode, and surface later in Agent Cooper's dream sequence. After seeing him in a short film, Lynch wanted to cast the actor in the title role in Ronnie Rocket, but the project ultimately fell through.
MIKE's full name, Phillip Michael Gerard, is also a reference to Lieutenant Phillip Gerard, a character in The Fugitive. While editing the alternate ending of the foreign version of the pilot episode, an idea occurred to Lynch on his way home one day: "I was leaning against a car — the front of me was leaning against this very warm car.
Sarah sees a hand uncovering Laura's heart necklace from the ground, and Silva can be seen in the mirror behind her head.
He is also an original member of the Blue Rose Task Force and by 2014, is the only member who has not disappeared under mysterious circumstances.
During the investigation, Albert begins to form a relationship with Constance Talbot, the local police department's coroner.
Chester Desmond, played by Chris Isaak, is a taciturn Special Agent with the FBI who is called out by his boss, Regional Bureau Chief Gordon Cole, to investigate the murder of a 17-year-old girl named Teresa Banks, who was found wrapped in plastic.
Indeed, the image of Lee wrapped in plastic became one of the show's most enduring and memorable images.
When Lynch shot the home movie that James takes of Donna and Laura, he realized that Lee had something special.
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FBI Special Agent Sam Stanley, played by Kiefer Sutherland, assists Special Agent Desmond in the investigation of the murder of Teresa Banks.