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  1. they said Red in Lost Highway
  2. I really enjoyed that Lucy instantly recognized Gordon Cole's voice after 25 years.
  3. Did he say he starts to bleed if he takes it off or something? Maybe it's a slow process.
  4. The strange backrub directly answered a question of what's going to happen to Dale. He was in a situation where he could have died and he didn't as a result.
  5. You keep talking about this scene like it's merely the key to Lynch's big troll-game but there's so much more to it. It's the first time we've really seen Evil Cooper do anything post-Bob (because we've been busy seeing other storylines advance), and the way the match goes emphasizes his remaining strength and also how pain is just a deadpan game of tallying to him. It's a show largely about patterns of trauma and pain, and the scene speaks to exactly that (as well as serving as another loop like Sonny Jim's and Sarah's). As for the larger discussion I haven't left a single episode without being super intrigued by multiple developments. That along with what Lynch is doing with mood and tone make for a successful work so far imo. I'm not sure where else this discussion can go that's not you telling us we're being played and us/me telling you to watch with more patience, both of which are patronizing .
  6. The Dougie, FBI, and Evil Cooper threads are all pretty explicitly moving forward. Evil Cooper and the FBI are pretty obviously working towards a goal while Dougie-Cooper is bumbling forward, amassing a following, attracting attention of increasing relevance. Sure, the Fusco's tossed the key to his identity in the trash, but I think that was just a nod to the fact that Dougie-Cooper is on a journey and there isn't a secret unlock code (yet).
  7. I also enjoyed this piece by Andrew Bujalski. It loses steam a bit toward the end maybe but the opening dream stuff especially resonated with me. The first time I binged original run twin peaks I had sleep paralysis nightmares of Lost Highway Robert Blake as a giant head staring at me and smiling.
  8. I don't know if this is it but the way he was navigating the gym set reminded me of Cooper looping around the lodge from curtain to curtain.
  9. It's at the top of the twin peaks subreddit, topic titled Sarah Palmer and the Woodsmen. I haven't watched but the Palmer television as a medium for the 1950whatever events to creep in could make sense. (don't wanna link it and create a huge reddit embed again lol)
  10. That boxing match seems like it could be from the 1950's...
  11. Good find! There's also this, obviously: "The Flying Dutchman (Dutch: De Vliegende Hollander) is a legendary ghost ship that can never make port and is doomed to sail the oceans forever. The myth is likely to have originated from 17th century nautical folklore. The oldest extant version has been dated to the late 18th century. Sightings in the 19th and 20th centuries reported the ship to be glowing with ghostly light. If hailed by another ship, the crew of the Flying Dutchman will try to send messages to land, or to people long dead. In ocean lore, the sight of this phantom ship is a portent of doom." "It is a common superstition of mariners, that, in the high southern latitudes on the coast of Africa, hurricanes are frequently ushered in by the appearance of a spectre-ship, denominated the Flying Dutchman ... The crew of this vessel are supposed to have been guilty of some dreadful crime, in the infancy of navigation; and to have been stricken with pestilence ... and are ordained still to traverse the ocean on which they perished, till the period of their penance expire."
  12. I got those vibes too. She's also the girl James stares at in episode two. Shelly asks her if James has a thing for her, before clarifying for a naysayer that he's cool.
  13. Ray says a guard he'd never seen before gave it to him, could that have been after Dougie 'returned' it to the lodge?