While not directed by David Lynch, this second episode (the first after the pilot aired) is still extremely good. Everything is simply perfect and moves towards the good direction.
I simply loved the delicacy of the scene in which Bobby Briggs meets the parents from his new girlfriend. While the series is going at times in very dark places, it also shows very delicate moments like these.
Meanwhile, in a similar fashion, I also loved the introduction of Don S. Davis’ character as the father of Bobby Briggs. His eloquent lines were simply great.
Also, like the pilot, the episode ends on a kind of cliffhanger, understanding that the doctor was actually in love of Laura.
In the end, there are no cult scenes in this episode, but it clearly does the job.