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  1. Can we start referring to the giant/fireman as "that bloake up in the sky." I think Freddie is on to something.
  2. I had the same exact thought. There is no way for the viewer (who are seeing the same things that Andy is seeing) to know that the woman in the woods is important and that people are after her. He just knows.
  3. Of all the things from this episode to wonder...
  4. So I re-watched the pilot not to long ago and noticed that Andy calls Lucy from a giant 90's cell phone when the police find where Laura and Ronette were tortured by Bob....and unless it's a weird walkie talkie, it makes me hate this recent Lucy cell phone scene so much more.
  5. If you watch the clip about the original message his name shows up more then three times. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  6. It's a Buffalo Nickel, and they're a real thing.
  7. Yeah, that is strange. Also did you notice that they called back the number off of the utility pole from Fire Walk With Me. It was originally shown in the trailer park when Carl shows Agent Desmond where Dpt Cliffs trailer is...then the pole seems to direct him to the Owl Cave Ring. It's called back in the this episode when Carl embraces the mother holding her child in the street. It obviously has something to do with Carl and electricity, but odd that it shows up in two different locations looking pretty much identical.
  8. A friend of mine pointed that out to me. Such a good catch.
  9. It would safe to assume that the NYC glass-box was designed to break the fall and transition beings from the outside in. If you remember when Coop leaves the box and is falling through space and lands outside of the purple/space room, he has to open the window to let himself in. Similar set ups for sure. Even if it never gets resolved I still really enjoy theorizing different scenarios, that's half the fun. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  10. Hello! New to the forum. I went and re watched the NYC glass box room scenes after this episode. It seemed to make more sense when you watch them in order with the purple/space room scenes. When ghost/monster women first appears in the glass box she seems to possess something like the small gold bead that Dogie turns into. I had a thought that the NYC glass box room was a human manufactured version of the purple/space room as they have so many similarities: a couch, a single observer present, mood lighting, and spooky monster knocking about. I'm a little more convinced that "my mother" the American Girl is so worried about is the same monster in the glass box trying to capture Agent Cooper and turn him into the gold bead which ended up being Dogies fate. Anyone else getting this impression? -Laura