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Richard "Dick" Tremayne is an Englishman of the older mould, and has a keen interest in self-preservation and his appearance, particularly his clothing. He does not appear in the earlier episodes. Dick is a selfish, pretentious man, whom Lucy Moran saw for a while on the side. He works at the Horne's Department Store, in men's fashion. When he finds out Lucy is pregnant (and isn’t sure who is the father of the baby), he starts “helping” an orphan boy who needs a father figure named Nicky. Because of this, he has an ongoing rivalry with Deputy Andy Brennan.
Twin Peaks (1990-1991)Edit
Dick goes to the sheriff's station in Twin Peaks. He goes to Lucy, as they have planned a lunch date. Deputy Hawk breaks his cigarette and refuses to acknowledge his introduction, then Dick and Lucy go to lunch at the Double R Diner.
At the diner, Dick talks a lot about his work at the department store and the way he uses his fork. She then asks him why he has not called her in weeks and he makes the excuse that he lost her number. He explains a way he can make it up to her before she suggests a maternity dress, for she is pregnant.
Dick goes to the sheriff's station to speak with Lucy, saying that he has been miserable thinking about his own behavior. He gives her $650 for an abortion, which upsets her. She kicks him out of the station and wishes to never speak to him again.
He goes to the sheriff's station and is taken by Lucy to a room with Andy Brennan, also possibly the father of her child. She tells them that she wants full cooperation with both of them throughout her pregnancy.
He announces to Lucy that he was quit smoking and is now completely open to the idea of fatherhood. Andy comes and says that they should not fight. Dick shakes hands with Andy.
Dick goes to the sheriff's station with Nicky, who he has temporarily adopted from the Happy Helping Hand program. He wishes to take Lucy for a malted with he and Nicky, but Andy tells him that she is at the Great Northern Hotel helping prepare for the wedding of Dougie Milford and Lana Budding. Instead, Andy offers to go with them.
They go to the diner, where Dick and Andy order pie and Nicky gets the malted he was promised. However, Nicky blows whipped cream off of the top into Dick's face. When Andy stands to get a napkin for Dick, Nicky spins his stool, causing him to fall which he sits back down, much to Dick's amusement.
He enters the sheriff's station and is introduced to Judy Swain, Nicky's case manager from the Happy Helping Hands organization. She tells he and Andy that Nicky may perhaps carry trauma by various events in his life such as the death of his parents under mysterious circumstances.
As Dick tries to figure out what is wrong with one of the wheels on his car, Nicky tampers with the car, disturbing Dick's work. After Nicky turns on the windshield sprayers, Dick tells him to get out of the car. After Nicky walks away, the wheel falls off the car, frightening him.
Dick goes to the sheriff's station to speak with Andy, telling him that Nicky is the devil and may have killed his parents. He spots Lana Milford and is taken by her charms enough to quote Romeo and Juliet.
Dick meets Andy at the station, the latter being late due to getting a cat out of a tree. Dick reveals to him that Nicky's records are sealed, but has a plan to retrieve them.
They break into the Happy Helping Hand's files and Dick finds the one belonging to Nicky. A couple identifying themselves as the Brunstons come in, eager to see a little boy named Donnie.
Doctor Hayward forces he and Andy together for a meeting to dismiss their accusations about Nicky murdering his parents. Hayward tells them that Nicky was conceived by a rape, his mother died in childbirth, and his adoptive parents were killed in a car accident.