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Posted by: Subalpine Fir
Posted by: Brandy Fisher

I had forgotten all those random characters in Buckhorn.

Don't forget the woman who lived next door to Ruth and called the police.  She wasn't all there either.

Armstrong, the little dog, seemed pretty decent, I thought. 🙂

Yes he did.  🙂  Too bad he had to reside in crazytown.

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Posted : 19/08/2017 2:40 pm
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My humble take is the revelation in this series of the expansive nature of Twin Peaks, the town. In the original, all the characters were so tightly knit together around Laura. Now, Laura's been gone for 25+ years and sense of a tight knit community is gone with her. These seemingly random people serve to show us how different the world is now from then; that Twin Peaks really is a "town" of over 50,000 people. Their conversations are otherwise meaningless, except for the bit about Billy which seems to have a greater weight as time moves on.

Your Laura disappeared. There's just me now.

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Posted : 19/08/2017 6:57 pm
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Posted by: Brandy Fisher
Posted by: Subalpine Fir
Posted by: Brandy Fisher

I had forgotten all those random characters in Buckhorn.

Don't forget the woman who lived next door to Ruth and called the police.  She wasn't all there either.

Armstrong, the little dog, seemed pretty decent, I thought. 🙂

Yes he did.  🙂  Too bad he had to reside in crazytown.

Armstrong had such a good sense of smell. The woman's name was Marjorie Greene. "My address? uhh... I don't know. ...You know I know this!" 

Your Laura disappeared. There's just me now.

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Posted : 19/08/2017 6:58 pm Brandy Fisher liked
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Posted by: natural log - E

My humble take is the revelation in this series of the expansive nature of Twin Peaks, the town. In the original, all the characters were so tightly knit together around Laura. Now, Laura's been gone for 25+ years and sense of a tight knit community is gone with her. These seemingly random people serve to show us how different the world is now from then; that Twin Peaks really is a "town" of over 50,000 people. Their conversations are otherwise meaningless, except for the bit about Billy which seems to have a greater weight as time moves on.

Nicely put.

 

However, as to the population...

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I AM the FBI.

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Posted : 19/08/2017 7:24 pm natural log - E liked
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Posted by: MJ Gilbert
Posted by: natural log - E

My humble take is the revelation in this series of the expansive nature of Twin Peaks, the town. In the original, all the characters were so tightly knit together around Laura. Now, Laura's been gone for 25+ years and sense of a tight knit community is gone with her. These seemingly random people serve to show us how different the world is now from then; that Twin Peaks really is a "town" of over 50,000 people. Their conversations are otherwise meaningless, except for the bit about Billy which seems to have a greater weight as time moves on.

Nicely put.

 

However, as to the population...

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LOL, I have that too. Even with over 5,000 people, in the original we saw less than 1%. 

Your Laura disappeared. There's just me now.

This has been a message...from the LOG.

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Posted : 19/08/2017 7:33 pm
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Posted by: natural log - E

My humble take is the revelation in this series of the expansive nature of Twin Peaks, the town. In the original, all the characters were so tightly knit together around Laura. Now, Laura's been gone for 25+ years and sense of a tight knit community is gone with her. These seemingly random people serve to show us how different the world is now from then; that Twin Peaks really is a "town" of over 50,000 people. Their conversations are otherwise meaningless, except for the bit about Billy which seems to have a greater weight as time moves on.

True. But would Lynch care about making that depressing sociological point? If so he has gone to great lengths to do so and devoted a lot of time to it in the closing minutes of several parts. I just don't see the need for it all unless the contents of those conversations have a larger meaning. 

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Posted : 19/08/2017 10:41 pm Damien Crowley liked
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Posted by: Martin Diaz

I'm gonna kick-out the Buckhorn names of the following thought that come to my head... 

I'm gonna use ONLY those random characters from the Roadhouse....

Chloe and Ella (9) - Abbie, Natalie and Trick (12) - Sophie and Megan (14)

and they mention: Angela, Clark, Mary, Paula, Billy and Tina

IF... 

Audrey has some dissociative identity disorder and all those characters in the Roadhouse , and even Charlie are her different personalities. This as the result of MrC "visit" at the hospital....

I started to think this because of the conversation in ep12 (when we saw Audrey for the first time this season) and is almost a copy of the conversation between Audrey and Charlie....

Angela is seing Clark, but Clark is also seeing Mary. Angela hates Mary.... and Angela had dreams about Clarck

Audrey is married with  Charlie, but Audrey is also seeing Billy. Audrey hates Tina... and Audrey had dreams about Billy

Tina is married with Chuck, but Tina is also seeing Billy....

(Chuck is a nickname for Charles=Charlie)

So... Tina = Audrey...

Chloe and Ella mention Black and white animals -duality- Zebra and Penguin

Megan is Tina's/Audrey's daughter... She stole Paula's jacket... Is Audrey red Jacket...

"stay away of that nuthouse"... "I don't go there, I'm flyng in my own room". She can't make it at the Roadhouse as herself...

we are just watching her personalities... those characters are always in the same sits.... so maybe Audrey is every night at the Roadhouse alone in the same sit... but not as herself...

Charlie is her fear/super-ego/"that little voice"/conscience... all he does is keeping Audrey -in that place who seems out of time- from going to the Roadhouse as herself so he creates the doubt and keep her in the prison...

and about the prision... Trick was under "House arrest", like Audrey in her mind. Angela is "over the edge", she dosn't take her medicines...

"I feel like I'm somewhere else and like I'm somebody else... I'm not sure who I am, but I'm not me... Who am I supposed to trust but myself? And I don't even know who I am! ...I want to stay and I want to go. I want to do both. What about you, Charlie? Which one would you be?"

And NOW sounds more like Mullholand Drive... remember that the initial idea for that series (then movie) started as an spin-off for Audrey...

This is as good a theory as any we've seen. I hope it is at least partly right. That girl Sophie talking to Megan scared me. I felt like she asked Megan what her mother's name was to see what she would say, not because she didn't know.

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Posted : 19/08/2017 10:49 pm Damien Crowley liked
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I am also leaning towards Tina=Audrey because as Martin posted , they're both seeing Billy and Chuck=Charles=Charlie. Also, the nuthouse may be Audrey's home/hospital. This could also explain why Truman and Ben never mention Audrey in relation to Richard because they know she's incapable of handling the situation.

One thing though: assuming that Audrey has a mental disorder, wouldn't the Hornes keep her in the house like Johnny? I can't imagine Ben locking or sending her away. 

If this theory is correct, Johnny is Megan's uncle. Could it be that the reason she couldn't recall if her uncle Johnny was there is he ran away, hitting the wall? 

 

 

 

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Posted : 19/08/2017 11:13 pm Jocelyn Rowe and BewareOfBob liked
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Posted by: Damien Crowley

I am also leaning towards Tina=Audrey because as Martin posted , they're both seeing Billy and Chuck=Charles=Charlie. Also, the nuthouse may be Audrey's home/hospital. This could also explain why Truman and Ben never mention Audrey in relation to Richard because they know she's incapable of handling the situation.

One thing though: assuming that Audrey has a mental disorder, wouldn't the Hornes keep her in the house like Johnny? I can't imagine Ben locking or sending her away. 

If this theory is correct, Johnny is Megan's uncle. Could it be that the reason she couldn't recall if her uncle Johnny was there is he ran away, hitting the wall? 

 

 

 

Maybe.  I have leaned toward the belief that Audrey is just Audrey,  but I do find the connections made in this thread fascinating.  Until we see Audrey in a different setting,  or until she or Charley says something more illuminating,  we are free to speculate about who or what or where she is.

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Posted : 20/08/2017 6:57 am Damien Crowley liked
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