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    I think there was something hidden in backwards words.

    And I'm with @Shadaloo ; there was a LOT of shit in this episode, far more than in any other so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Self.Destructive.Pattern View Post
    From researching the series, there seems to be some stuff to check out like Fire Walk With Me, and the diary's that I just read about above. Is there anything crucial that happens in the movie or anything that is read from the diary's that effect the story in any way?? Point me in the right direction.
    Judging by last week's episode and the first five minutes of the new one, defo watch FWWM. The Missing Pieces, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadaloo View Post
    The sweeping aside, this episode was packed with plot advancement[/SPOILER]
    Fully agree; this episode zoomed along and the sweeping scene ended up having really anxious purpose.

    It was great seeing Coop snap back into action momentarily, and I am completely in love with everything Diane. It was a yrev good episode.

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    Spoiler: that sound that Ben & Beverly heard is definitely reminiscent of the sound the arm made when he rubbed his hands together in the original series. It also happened at other moments in the series, like when the giant appeared to Cooper to let him know another murder was happening, or when Earle was taking Annie into the Lodge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by icklekitty View Post
    Fully agree; this episode zoomed along and the sweeping scene ended up having really anxious purpose.

    It was great seeing Coop snap back into action momentarily, and I am completely in love with everything Diane. It was a yrev good episode.
    yeah it played like the conclusion of the first and beginning of the second act of a movie. This was my favorite episode since the first one; it's really hitting its stride

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    Also I don't know if there was any significance to Gordon's whistling but I really want to mix it with that one Rammstein song.

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    Watching this season without having seen Fire Walk With Me would be an absolute struggle -- I had never actually seen it until the day before the premiere of this season and made a point to make sure I had, and I'd say it and the finale of season 2 are by far the most important things to have preexisting familiarity with to understand what's going on and what's driving the plot here forward. It's a shame how many people I could see having only seen the show thanks to Netflix and not even knowing about FWWM trying to follow this.

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    I really hope that the opening scene isn't foreshadowing anything happening to Jerry. I just want that opening scene to stand on its own, he just shows up fine later and this is never brought up again. It will stand as one of the series' funnier moments.

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    After Cole said what he said about the word and the finger, I kept pausing the episode to count on my hand other phrases that were said and try saying certain words backwards.
    Today I have a funny feeling I was reading too much into it

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    My only concern with the new season so far, is I hope the returning characters have more of a point to their involvement than just the nostalgia factor. We've yet to see Ed Hurley or Audrey, unless one or both pop up in the 7th episode, which I haven't seen yet. Ben and Jerry Horne have been onscreen for all of two minutes. Others like Laura, Shelley and One-armed Mike are being used to good effect so far.

    The new characters have been ace, as well. Balt Getty's Red character reminded me of a cooler -- but just as menacing -- Frank Booth in episode six. Richard Horne is gloriously unhinged, Amanda Seyfried's character should be promising, and Matthew Lilliard has been great in his scenes, too.

    I just hope some kind of light is shed on what happened to Chris Isaak's character in FWWM. I wouldn't think that guy would be too hard to talk into returning for at least a cameo appearance to expand upon his character's story arc. The same with Keifer's role.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prettybrokenspiral View Post
    My only concern with the new season so far, is I hope the returning characters have more of a point to their involvement than just the nostalgia factor.
    Yeah i get the feeling that a lot of them are just gonna be glorified cameos

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    She did write it in her diary after all!!!!

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    Spoiler: Seeing Doc Hayward/Warren Frost one last time was beautiful and for Mark that will definitely be a Father's day to remember!

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    Thanks for all the feedback everyone. I'll be watching Fire Walk With Me and so on once I get some dam time off from work. I have always wanted to watch Twin Peaks and am so freaking glad I finally did so. Robert Forster does a great job as well here for a fill-in pretty much for Harry. Seems to fit right in with the others, and his interactions with Doris are hilarious with his expressionless faces.

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    Jade give two rides.

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    Fuck it, I'm watching episode 7 tonight. Can't stand being a week behind anymore based on a one-per-week episode viewing.

    I was overjoyed to see Jeremy Davies show up in episode 6 as one of the goons trying to collect the money from Dougie. I'll watch that guy in anything, he's so terrific. His facial expressions when Janey-E was ripping into him and the other guy at the park meet-up were absolutely priceless.

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    I'm hearing coworkers talk about some PC programming stuff and I feel like I'm in Twin Peaks... "You gotta look into the Python... Why is this green? Because it's green." and so on, completely surreal without context. :-)

    PS: I love the girl at the insurance company (the one who let him visit toilet), mega beautiful.

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    Wow, episode seven was my favorite one yet. So many things starting to come together; this was the episode where it definitely felt like the season was shifting gears as the mysteries start to unfold. It's also the point where I realized that even if the narrative doesn't make a whole lot of sense right now, Lynch knows exactly what he's doing and the payoff will be more than worth it by the time this season wraps.

    Kyle McLachlan is absolutely killing it in this season, like his whole career post-1991 Twin Peaks was preparing him for this. I've never seen someone handle dual roles as masterfully as his work so far in this season. Cold, blank and menacing in one role, then lost, sad and adrift in the other. There's no way Lynch just came up with this shit on the fly when Showtime gave him the green light. This was manifesting for years in his head..

    So many great scenes in this episode. Ben having the epiphany when he gets the room key back, Diane and Dark Cooper meeting face to face, Spoiler: the body of Garland Briggs turning up...its an entirely new version of Twin Peaks, and yet feels one and the same with the atmosphere of the original. Even the original characters, just kind of existing in the background so far, is comforting.

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    Dark Coop reminds me a lot of Stephen King's Randall Flagg, the way I imagined him a long time ago while reading The Stand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadaloo View Post
    The sweeping aside, this episode was packed with plot advancement. Last week's left me feeling antsy, but this week was Spoiler:
    chock full of instances of Coop slowly coming back to himself, another glimpse of the brown lumberjack from the prison cell, Ben getting the key, and the awful, awful implication that Doppelcoop raped Diane, and very possibly Audrey as well - hence Richard Horne.

    On a brighter note: Karate chop to the fucking throat FTW!!!! SQUEEZE HIS HAND OFF!!!!
    i definitely got the impression that Spoiler: he may have done that to diane, but not to audrey. audrey was in a coma from the explosion at the bank and that's all i gleaned from what doc hayward said.

    diane is fucking perfect. there is no one else i would have wanted to play her.
    "fuck you, tammy." hahahahaha

    my wife thinks that, Spoiler: since dougie-coop saw the arm when he was wrestling with his assassin, that the assassin is the arm's doppelganger which does make some sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fillow View Post
    Dark Coop reminds me a lot of Stephen King's Randall Flagg, the way I imagined him a long time ago while reading The Stand
    Funny, Randall Flagg always reminds me to BOB, i think they are very similar "demonic-characters".

    Quote Originally Posted by Bachy View Post
    Jade give two rides.
    I bet she did!!!

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    It might be something of a stretch. I guess folks are really desperate to figure out where the hell Spoiler: Richard comes from. In any case, he at the very least went to the intensive care unit to pick up the owl ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadaloo View Post
    It might be something of a stretch. I guess folks are really desperate to figure out where the hell Spoiler: Richard comes from. In any case, he at the very least went to the intensive care unit to pick up the owl ring.
    Last time we saw the ring it was on that nurse hands, right?
    Maybe he got hurt and stole the ring?, this is an interesting story on it's own..

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    i definitely got the impression that Spoiler: he may have done that to diane, but not to audrey. audrey was in a coma from the explosion at the bank and that's all i gleaned from what doc hayward said.
    I think Dark Cooper did the same thing to Audrey that we're thinking he did to Diane. Doc Hayward said the last time he ever saw Cooper, he had checked himself out of the hospital on his own accord, was coming from Audrey's room, and had that strange look on his face. It's very possible he somehow Spoiler: demon-seeded her while she was comatose, especially given how unhinged Richard Horne is. When he finally crosses paths with Dark Cooper, we'll know for sure..

    Also, did anyone else notice how uncharacteristically assertive Andy was when he was meeting with the guy about the truck, setting up a secret meeting with the guy later? And showing off a Rolex, which was more than obvious on his wrist? Is he not really as glib as we've been led to believe all along..?

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    Regarding Audrey: you sure don't have to be awake to get sexually assaulted. Also, BOB seems to be pretty big into sexual assault.
    And this would have been a perfect inversion of Cooper rescuing her in season 2 if i'm remembering correctly; she was knocked out when he found her, right?
    Furthermore, if Richard is in fact the son Evil Coop, this could explain why he's such a nasty, rapey type of guy himself. Perhaps he was born that way.

    So i noticed that if the dude (i forgot his name) had made it to meet Andy, it would have been at 4:30. 430.
    Do you guys have any other thoughts on that?
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    Quick question; are we to assume that the character walking through the hallway in the morgue is the same dark entity we saw in the jail cell?

    And by the way, what Lynch does with sound design is just ... incredible. The camera pans in to a doorway and a drone swells (the house of the guy who was supposed to meet Andy); it's enough to terrify. Likewise, the moment the character rounds the corner in the morgue corridor, Lynch's audio begins and a complete and utter feeling of dread just encompasses the viewer. The character is out of focus, but it matters not. It's just heavenly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muad'nin View Post
    Quick question; are we to assume that the character walking through the hallway in the morgue is the same dark entity we saw in the jail cell?

    And by the way, what Lynch does with sound design is just ... incredible. The camera pans in to a doorway and a drone swells (the house of the guy who was supposed to meet Andy); it's enough to terrify. Likewise, the moment the character rounds the corner in the morgue corridor, Lynch's audio begins and a complete and utter feeling of dread just encompasses the viewer. The character is out of focus, but it matters not. It's just heavenly.
    It's the same guy from the jail cell, yes, the burned lumberjack or whathaveyou, almost certainly the same guy from the FWWM missing Pieces "above the convenience store". Same hat. A lot of people have been guessing Log Lady's late hubby who died in a fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadaloo View Post
    It's the same guy from the jail cell, yes, the burned lumberjack or whathaveyou, almost certainly the same guy from the FWWM missing Pieces "above the convenience store". Same hat. A lot of people have been guessing Log Lady's late hubby who died in a fire.
    Thanks ever so much for the confirmation, @Shadaloo

    I've heard some talk of Mulholland Drive technically occurring in the same "universe" as Twin Peaks (aside from the fact that it was originally to feature Audrey Horne as a lead). I wonder if Lost Highway will follow suit? Imagine a "universe" featuring Trent Reznor playing himself in the Roadhouse, who earlier in his career scored scenes featuring people who actually existed in said "universe". Now that's some Lynchian shit, and hurts my head a little in trying to understand.

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    Found this in another website:

    "It is revealed that the Log Lady's husband was a lumberjack who died in a fire on their wedding night decades before the events of the series. (The Log Lady later says that her husband "met the devil".) Nothing is revealed of her husband beyond this, save for that at some point before he died, her husband returned from a trip to Glastonbury Grove (which served as an access point to the metaphysical realms of both the White and Black Lodges) with a jar of mysterious oil, which he claimed was for "opening a gateway"

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    Aside from the fact that it's a completely different actor, I don't think the second one looks anything like a lumberjack. That hat and beard are different.

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