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  1. Not naive, misunderstood! I like annie; I don’t like the idea that she all of a sudden doesn’t exist!
  2. I do, quite easily. I think Cooper is a tremendously flawed character, and so far has failed to save Maddie, Annie (if she exists barf), and if he could see from the black lodge BadCoop’s actions, then also Audrey and Diane... he believes that by saving Laura he can save his world.
  3. Stick to the wrap up thread, just in case
  4. A thing that just occurred to me that feels very emotionally resonant is the Giant/Fireman in S2: “It is happening again.” Cooper’s crushing defeat and realisation in that moment feels so similar to the finale here, too. Cooper literally could’ve saved Maddie (have we all forgotten her? It seems like it) because he was in Twin Peaks at the time. Maybe that’s why he’s so obsessed with the idea of going back to try and save Laura.
  5. Thank you!! I hope The Final Dossier talks about her some more.
  6. Weird! I know I’m just lazywebbing the hell out of this, but we don’t see him say How’s Annie, right? There are 0 mentions to annie in this season?
  7. I don’t understand that last bit. I guess I don’t even remember that scene being in the Return??
  8. Theyre definitely a light blue!
  9. WHAT IF BOB is the evil that men do.... anf Judy is the evil that women do???? 🤔🤔🤔🤔 (my brain cannot stop thinking about that finale and occasionally spits out dumb shit like the above but I laughed at my own stupidity so thought y’all might too)
  10. @Jake, I also believed that when Cole talks about his secret task force with Coop and Briggs, he was talking (unknowingly) about BadCoop. That then makes sense as to why BadCoop is chasing after Judy.
  11. I kinda see where this is coming from, except we don't see any suggestion of BOB in Richard, but he's definitely there in BadCoop.
  12. I agree with the first part here, yeah: if it was a part of the Fireman's plan, he would have let Cooper take him into the red room (I guess that's where they were going, back to Glastonbury Grove?) And that second part, I don't think is correct: I think that is literally just Lynch playing with expectations and creating tension.
  13. Time to see if there’s Mrs Tremond in any of the roadhouse scenes... (not me tho, can I lazyweb that?)
  14. I think this is exactly right, and linked into why some of the effects in the show are “bad” and why some are seamless - he’s trying to evoke feelings and emotions, even if it doesn’t always make literal sense. I personally found the Freddie/BOB fight incredible tense and thrilling, despite the schlocky effects, for example. I knew it was ridiculous and yet I was completely under its spell.