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One Thanksgiving morning, Audrey, as a toddler, pushed her nine-year-old brother Johnny down the stairs. After arriving, she changed out of her saddle shoes into a pair of red heels whilst smoking a cigarette at her locker, observed by Donna Hayward. She then went to class, where she sat in the front row. A deputy came in and spoke to the teacher , who said there would be an announcement of the death of Laura Palmer , which Audrey listened to.

Horne was trying to come to with them. She went into the meeting and told the Norwegians that her friend Laura was found naked and had been murdered. She later sat with her mother as her brother Johnny hit his head against a dollhouse because Laura—his tutor—was not present. She told him her connection with Laura Palmer through her brother, Johnny.

Forming a crush on the special agent, she asked him more questions. He then asked her if she had anything to do with the Norwegians leaving, which she admitted to. He threatened her if she ever did something like this again and left.

Audrey also asked if Laura ever talked about her father and she got up and began dancing in place to the music she played on the jukebox. Cooper then asked her to leave, as he had police business to deal with. She asked him for a job at the department store and when Ben took a call, she left. They made a deal for him to say she was working in the wrapping department while she was actually in perfume.

Catherine smacked Ben and then they kissed, discussing a plan to burn down the Packard Sawmill.

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He offered to talk about her troubles over malts and fries. He gave her a number for a "Black Rose. To prove that she deserved a position at the brothel, she tied a cherry stem in a knot with her mouth. She approached her desk and saw camera feed of Agent Cooper at a blackjack table.

He pretended to leave by opening and closing the door, then he burst through her bed curtains after she had covered herself with her blanket and found a mask. Jerry then interrupted and Ben left. Convincing the other girl to leave by insisting she would finish the scene herself, Audrey unplugged the vacuum cleaner. He confirmed the owner to be her father and that he had recruited Ronette and Laura for the brothel, the latter being thrown out for using drugs. He also said that her father made sure he "entertains" all of the girls.

Jean also informed her that he spoke to her father and that she was in no danger. Battis attempted to further explain the situation to her, but he was shot dead by Jean. This caused her to cry and he held her. He untied her and hoisted her over his shoulder. He escaped with her along with Sheriff Harry S.

Truman and Deputy Hawk , the latter of whom ambushed an armed guard to save them. She wished to have Agent Cooper take her home, but her father suggested they all three went together. She also got him to admit that he had slept with Laura during her time working there, but he denied killing her, declaring that he loved her. She was told to go home and not say a word about the subject to anyone.

She revealed her strained relationship with him, that all she ever wanted from him was to love her. However, Cooper got a desperate phone call and told her to go to her room and lock the door.

He also stated that he would be leaving town and once again stated his policy of why he could not pursue a relationship with her. She got him permission to meet with her father, but he was immediately kicked out. She spied on them and saw that Ben was interested in Bobby having a full-time position. She gave Dale a big kiss and leaves. She went to investigate and found Ben in the middle of a miniature Civil War re-enactment. She called her uncle. She said that her uncle was coming along with Doctor Jacoby to help.

She went back to Jacoby and requested that he return Ben to the "real world," to which he sais they should re-enact the surrender at Appomattox. Jacoby soon arrived as General Grant and surrendered, despite the historical inaccuracy. Ben collapsed and came to, believing his Civil War to have been a dream. After Randy left, a man approached the desk, having checked into the hotel. She mostly ignored him at first, but after looking at him, she tried to be more attentive.

He noticed her name and asked her to send someone to the airport to retrieve his luggage that he did not have room for in the van he took to the hotel. He then told her about a picture he had of her when she was younger. He went and she opened a letter Randy delivered to her. Inside were torn pieces of paper along with a request for her presence at the Roadhouse later in the evening.

However, she was resistant to his help, as she felt her family was well-off on its own.

She soon excused herself for the Roadhouse. When she arrived, she found that Shelly Johnson and Donna were also there with adjoining pieces of the torn paper, forming a poem. She then ran into Jack, apologizing for her behavior the previous evening. He then asked her out to a picnic, which she accepted. He also wondered if there was another man in her life, and she says there once was, but not anymore.

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Audrey got knocked over but was caught by Jack and they shared a kiss. She showed him the poem she received and he had her read it for him. Perkins commented that watching her while she read made her look like a queen.

He told her to pack her bags and go to the airport, as her flight left in an hour, a statement which confused her. Jack then entered, realizing this meant their plans were canceled, and she left. She asked about Jack, but her father instead named her as the spokesperson for Stop Ghostwood campaign.

When she finally got through to him, he told her that Jack had left for Brazil due to an urgent matter, and gave her a letter Jack left for her. He said he left a few minutes before and she quickly left, getting a ride from Pete Martell to the airport. She stopped him and he got out and kissed her. They stated that they loved each other and she told him she was a virgin, so they boarded his jet together. Pete told her that Jack would return one day. She mentioned that Jack had promised to take her fishing, and Pete mentioned that he had some tackle in his truck.

He came in with various religious texts, which he intended to use to learn about the meaning of goodness. When he noticed she was thinking about Jack, he comforted her by telling her time healed all wounds and promised that Jack was a man of his word and would return. She then reported to him that during her trip to Seattle, she discovered that the Packards were using Twin Peaks Savings and Loan to funnel cash to the Ghostwood project.

Ben then urged her to enter the Miss Twin Peaks Contest. She asked bank clerk Dell Mibbler for water, which he brought to her. Andrew Packard and Pete arrived and entered the vault with Mibbler. Following a trail of clues left behind by Thomas Eckhardt , they opened a safety deposit box, which triggered a bomb.

She was taken to the hospital in critical condition and was taken to an intensive care unit when she slipped into a coma. Cooper was seen exiting the unit the following day.

She refused all offers of financial help from her parents and moved into an apartment of her own, preparing to raise her child as a single mother, what she described in a letter as "the most important role" of her life. Her son, named Richard , was born nine months after her stay in the hospital, just after her nineteenth birthday.

She then opened a successful hair and beauty salon in Twin Peaks. She raised Richard alone, with limited help from her mother Sylvia , and apparently refused to let him meet his grandfather Ben. In the s , she briefly exchanged letters with Donna Hayward , their contents unknown. In , Audrey suddenly closed her hair salon and disappeared from public view. A Horne family spokesperson declined to comment to Tammy Preston on the rumor that she had been remanded to a private care facility.

One night, she tried to persuade Charlie to accompany her to the Roadhouse to look for Billy, but for one reason or another they constantly failed to leave the house. Billy had been missing for at least two days, and Audrey had a dream in which he was bleeding from his nose and mouth.

Charlie complained that he had a great amount of paperwork and was too sleepy to go that night. In response, she berated him for failing to call Tina like she had asked and for not signing the papers she had given him. He was cowed into going along when Audrey threatened to have Paul pay him a visit.

Charlie called Tina to follow up on what she knew about Billy, and received some startling news. Afterward, he refused to divulge what Tina had told him, infuriating Audrey even more. Is is the story of the little girl who lived down the lane? Making good on his prior threat, Charlie took his coat off and announced his intention to stay in for the night.

Audrey attacked Charlie, screaming that she hated him. Charlie toasted the two of them, but Audrey insisted on drinking to Billy instead. Captivated by the music, Audrey danced for the crowd until a fight broke out, started by a jealous husband. She ran to Charlie, and ashed him: