On the podcast Chris mentioned that there's a one armed man that shows up in the Ike/Dougie segment, but the guy clearly has two arms earlier and later in the scene, his jacket being blown open by the wind just obscures his arm briefly at one point. I get that with a show like this, where basically absolutely anything is feasible, it can be easy to pick up on something someone somewhere on the internet says and just take it as fact and assume you missed it because you weren't watching carefully enough, but some of the things getting thrown out there on the podcast are a little dubious. There's already so many insane plot holes that actually a part of the show that it's frustrating to have to go and sift through a whole additional layer of internet rumour mongering every week.
I don't mean that as a criticism aimed specifically at Chris and Jake, and it's not even something that's particular to Twin Peaks, but with other shows I at least feel that rumour mongering/theorycrafting takes place within a much more intentionally structured drip feed of information, whereas the plotting and pacing of this season are so all over the place, basically anything goes and is unlikely to ever be directly addressed or disproven within the show.
If you'll allow me to be histrionic for a moment, there's that Jonathan Swift quote that goes "Falsehood flies, and truth comes limping after it, so that when men come to be undeceived, it is too late; the jest is over, and the tale hath had its effect", and I feel like a lot of my time discussing this season has been spent mopping up other people's suspect theories. Someone comes up with an interpretation but doesn't bother properly investigating it, and then sends it in to the podcast where it's read out and just assumed to be fact. We really do need Cooper and his investigative rigour back.