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    Quote Originally Posted by icklekitty View Post
    Well he *had* died in a fire
    But wasn't he already "dead", or something, when we saw him above the convenience store in FWWM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by imail724 View Post
    But wasn't he already "dead", or something, when we saw him above the convenience store in FWWM?
    no fucking telling
    But the log lady's man sounded like a really good dude (in The Secret History). It would shock me if he turns out to be some sort of lodge spirit

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    So thelastdisciple turned me on to the fact that some people think there is a secret code hidden in the shot of that FBI plane in part seven.

    Here is what they are thinking over at the "Welcome to Twin Peaks" website.
    Looking at the link above has me intrigued, and after watching the scene a couple more times, i decided that these people certainly might be onto something. They also tracked down the original stock footage, wherein the windows do NOT flicker.
    Whatever the hell is going on here, i think it's damn sure deliberate.

    Here is the clip from the last episode, rendered in slow motion:
    Last edited by elevenism; 06-24-2017 at 10:55 AM.

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    Does a lossless source for this live show exist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by elevenism View Post
    So thelastdisciple turned me on to the fact that some people think there is a secret code hidden in the shot of that FBI plane in part seven.

    Here is what they are thinking over at the "Welcome to Twin Peaks" website.
    Looking at the link above has me intrigued, and after watching the scene a couple more times, i decided that these people certainly might be onto something. They also tracked down the original stock footage, wherein the windows do NOT flicker.
    Whatever the hell is going on here, i think it's damn sure deliberate.

    Here is the clip from the last episode, rendered in slow motion:
    I totally noticed that while watching it spent the entire rest of the episode trying to figure out what it could be.

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    What the fuck did I just watch...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Self.Destructive.Pattern View Post
    What the fuck did I just watch...
    SHE'S GONE AWAY (DAVID LYNCH EDIT)

    But seriously that was amazing. Loved it.

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    I somehow knew TR would wind up in the most fucked-up episode (so far, at least).

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    Quote Originally Posted by quietime View Post
    SHE'S GONE AWAY (DAVID LYNCH EDIT)

    But seriously that was amazing. Loved it.
    I didn't take my eyes off the screen the entire time. What a great mind-fuck of an episode! The scene at the end was pretty dam brutal and awesome in it's own right .

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    This is probably the weirdest thing anyone has ever made for television.

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    You say that but Small Wonder, Japanese game shows and the 2016 election are just sitting right there.

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    this is the water and this is the well.
    drink full and descend.
    the horse is the white of the eyes and dark within.

    Spoiler: pretty sure we just watched the origins of bob and/or the black lodge

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    If you understood anything that happened after that nuke went off, you probably need to be committed right away.


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    I'm pretty positive I recognize that track that was playing in the "white lodge"
    I think it was used on one of the tracks for Lynch's album The Air Is On Fire
    edit: confirmed, it is
    Last edited by Frozen Beach; 06-25-2017 at 10:27 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankie teardrop View Post
    this is the water and this is the well.
    drink full and descend.
    the horse is the white of the eyes and dark within.

    Spoiler: pretty sure we just watched the origins of bob and/or the black lodge
    Spoiler: Absolutely. The H Bomb going off, I think, ripped open the portal between dimensions, allowing Bob to come through. The dudes covered in black soot or whatever, I think, are random lost souls or something (maybe?) and they got through too, wandering through the desert. And that gas station was the first lodge. Or something. Definitely the origins of Bob and Lodge

    That episode somehow made a fuck ton of sense without making any sense at all. I fucking loved it. Plus that NIN performance was sick as hell. Trent lookin' like Stallone as Cobra.

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    Leather Daddy Trent Reznor was the thing that made the single most sense about this episode and that is a wonderful sentence to say

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    Opening act: Dark Cooper Cheats Death

    Main supporting act: The Nine Inch Nails

    Main act: The weirdest 45 minutes of television you'll ever see in your fucking life..

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankie teardrop View Post
    this is the water and this is the well.
    drink full and descend.
    the horse is the white of the eyes and dark within.

    Spoiler: pretty sure we just watched the origins of bob and/or the black lodge
    Completely agree.

    I enjoyed the visual similarity between EvilCoop and NIN, and am curious that they were also subject to the green lights.

    The nuclear bomb shown was The Manhattan Project, is there anything to be read into that? I don't know the history, just googled the date and location. And Gordon had a picture of a mushroom cloud in his office.

    Also, the art deco theatre scene with ?????????? was the same room as the Silencio scene in Mulholland Drive.

    Visually, I think this episode was even more beautiful than episode 3.

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    ...and just because it's super cool, heres' the official thumbnail

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    Last night's episode was nuclear in all kinds of ways...

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    while that was certainly one of the strangest hours of television i've ever watched, i thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it.

    also, i literally just like, seized up, when NIN was playing, and my jaw was hanging open. it was kind of surreal.

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    There's strange....and then there's tedious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximilian View Post
    There's strange....and then there's tedious.
    right, so there's david lynch/twin peaks...and there's reality TV that just follows celebrities around.

    people seem to keep forgetting that this is essentially an 18-hour movie broken up into parts so it can be serialized by a network. maybe i'm too much of a fangirl but i don't find anything in david lynch's body of work to be tedious. even the sweeping scene from the previous episode served a purpose, and it went on for just the right length for its ridiculous banality to become humorous. i don't think everything he's ever done is gold, by any means, but to call any of it tedious is, to me, kind of silly.

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    ^ totally agree

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    While I'll agree that this part was enthralling and certainly an unforgettable experience, if I have an issue, it would be that I think Lynch might have 'explained' too much. I'm not sure I needed to know those 'origin' stories. It's certainly great food for thought but I feel like a bit of mystery's been sucked out of the universe as far as those characters are concerned. Gotta mull it over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    right, so there's david lynch/twin peaks...and there's reality TV that just follows celebrities around.

    people seem to keep forgetting that this is essentially an 18-hour movie broken up into parts so it can be serialized by a network. maybe i'm too much of a fangirl but i don't find anything in david lynch's body of work to be tedious. even the sweeping scene from the previous episode served a purpose, and it went on for just the right length for its ridiculous banality to become humorous. i don't think everything he's ever done is gold, by any means, but to call any of it tedious is, to me, kind of silly.
    Whoa, whoa! I'm familiar with all of his work, but the esoteric nature of this episode is kinda jarring. In the original series there was never any episode that you felt wasn't moving the plot forward. This one was a total art fart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximilian View Post
    In the original series there was never any episode that you felt wasn't moving the plot forward.
    I don't agree with this at all. There were several episodes in the second season that felt this way, mainly episodes involving James & Evelyn's plotline or the little Nicky plotline.

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