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  1. I watched the episode on an 80" projector screen, I was just revisiting the scenes on my phone when I made my post. I would never dishonor Lynch like that.
  2. I think this is the woman who James is staring at in episode 2. She's sitting with Shelley and two other women, and they're all excited that James has a thing for her. I went back and compared them but I'm on mobile at the moment and can't tell for sure.
  3. David Lynch is a visual artist who only began exploring cinema when he saw one of his paintings move and re-interpreted filmmaking as a form of painting with movement. I feel like this is one of the most important things to keep in mind when viewing his work, and it's very much on display in season 3. His desire to have his audience fully experience the aesthetic he's creating is completely understandable with this context.
  4. This isn't a super relevant note but I thought it was interesting and haven't seen it mentioned. Girl (1956) picks up a heads-up penny, touches Lincoln's face, and says that it's good luck. The Woodsman who hypnotizes her with his poem is played by Robert Broski. Robert Broski is a Lincoln impersonator and has primarily been cast as Lincoln in his acting career. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3716858/