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  1. Any artist worth their salt regardless of form or format, makes it according purely to their own vision. As soon as they start trying to think about the audience, what will be liked/disliked, what will be popular/unpopular, their original vision will be altered and almost always weakened.
  2. I don't think I agree with that interpretation. As they walk away then turn back to look at the house in puzzlement, Cooper seems to stutter forward in horrified realisation when he asks what year is this. Then we hear Sarah's voice shout 'Laura' which to my ears sounded like it was taken from the very first episode of Season 1 when Sarah shouts up the stairs for Laura to get up for school. Of course, she is already dead by this point. Laura then starts to scream and the lights go out in the house which I feel indicates Cooper has arrived too late to help her. I wondered if the reference to the Chalfonts/Tremonds, who also lived for at least more than one generation at the trailer park suggest that this just a cycle that will continue forever, that it is not something that can be broken and Laura is forever doomed to these horrors, much as humanity continues to suffer from making the same mistakes throughout history. Bob may have been destroyed but presumably the creature that laid him will continue to produce more. In a separate note, I thought perhaps the reason Cooper seems more subdued and withdrawn after leaving the lodge, is because he had sacrificed part of his soul to make the new Dougie. It has left him not evil, just devoid of sentiment and emotion so while he still behaves in a generally positive manner, he does it without real feeling or compassion.
  3. Do you think that means Audrey is perhaps stuck in the lodge? Just to run with that idea, then maybe Diane was a tulpa of Audrey (I'm unfamiliar but must a tulpa take the same exact physical form?). The rape she refers to in the interview with the FBI is actually the one Bad Coop inflicted on Audrey that resulted in Richard's birth? Or if she was in the lodge, maybe Audrey is Naido? I can't remember when Naido appeared in the woods but was it around the same time that we started getting getting Audrey scenes? She would have certainly done as much as possible to help Cooper escape the lodge that she could, even in a fragile state of mind. Can't wait for the episodes to arrive to find out how wrong all my theories are!
  4. Agreed. Here is my two pence for what it's worth. I wonder if it's possible Audrey's mental state may be related to having had what she thought was a relationship with Good Coop, then the breakdown that occurred when she realised she had been deceived and had fathered Bad Coop's child. That she could have had a complete mental collapse and is now being held in a mental health hospital. Maybe her 'husband' will turn out to be her psychiatrist. The phone conversation where he won't tell Audrey what is going on could have been related to a real conversation he was having while in a consultation session and would/could not inform her due to the unstableness of her condition. The return of Good Coop to the world has brought her partly out of her illness, enough to give her hallucinations where she can sense she needs to leave to return to Twin Peaks, but not quite enough yet to bring her fully back to reality.
  5. That's exactly what we are. We are no different. We study each other. I've loved this series and unless Dale Cooper rips off his face to reveal himself as Arya Stark and then enters a dragon's mind as a Lannister, I suspect I'll be happy with the outcome. Even then, I'll probably enjoy the crossover.
  6. I think it's important to note that Richard didn't murder a child. He's clearly an abhorrent individual, but he didn't deliberately drive into the child, he was in a rage after being made fun of by someone who is clearly up the drug chain from him. He drove into the child because he lost control due to his own rage and jealousy. His character in general has come across (to me anyway) as someone who has been given no attention as a child, and has had to garner it from random people because the ones he desperately craves it from (Audrey and Ben) have not been forthcoming.
  7. That was what I intended. He is a nay-sayer and hatchet man in the fight against violence, but occasionally he has whittling to do. @Nordelnob You fought the fight for the rest of us. Time well spent.
  8. Albert's path is a strange and difficult one.
  9. Very much agree. He's taking the piss out of the detectives for not realising that not only is he still out, but now in the body of someone that they, and indeed anyone that has met Cooper, inherently trust.
  10. Interesting interview, though his name is Dean Hurley. I bet he's always been cool.
  11. The problem I see with this theory is that I can't imagine for a second that when they filmed the show they would have had any idea what specific episode each scene would slot into when they edited it all. Also, since it's designed to be one long film it seems unlikely they would tie clues into episode numbers.
  12. My theory... Re: line one and the blinking light on the phone From the start of the original series, I've thought that Lucy is more clever than she is ever given credit for. She has always known what her job is and takes pride in doing it correctly, regardless of how important or menial the tasks are. She doesn't tell people what line to use because she is stupid, or because she thinks they are stupid, she does it because it is the correct procedure. When she transfers Margaret's call, she understands there is no procedure required, it will be the last conversation between life-long friends. I have other thoughts on this but need to go to bed!
  13. I'm a veteran of the podcasts but new to the forums. From what I can tell, all of us are just amusing ourselves with random observations. The more the better, so keep them coming. ↑This x a million
  14. Also, I mentioned Grace Zabriskie (Sarah)
  15. Is it possible then that these beings are not evil as such, but simply amoral. While Bob was unleashed by it, so was the frogmoth egg and we are still uncertain of its motives. Despite Sarah's attack on the dickbag in the bar, it doesn't seem like she is evil in the way Bob is. Perhaps these beings 'lay' hundreds of eggs with no care as to whether the spirits that hatch will be good or bad, but basically just to kick back and watch the results. Let your children make their own mistakes. If Cooper had been spotted coming through the glass box, perhaps it would have been possible to prevent him being swapped with Dougie. Maybe the being actually wanted the bad Cooper returned to the lodge, and was punishing the couple as they missed the chance for that to happen. (I must admit, my memory is hazy of which order these events happened in episode 1) I don't think I believe any of what I've just written is correct but I do enjoy exploring lots of different possibilities for what's going on.