Why does Bosomy lady have to unlock the door? Who is she? Is she a she? Looks like a male to me....
As someone (Lucas?) Pointed out , this time Phillip.is in the motel room where Teresa was.
Is Bosomy lady a previous victim of Bob? Or maybe Lois Duffy?
Sorry for all the questions in one post Brandy!
Yes the Dutchman's filming location is the same motel where was filmed the FWWM scene with Teresa, Laura and Ronette in the room. And Leland outside. And Pierre Tremond / Chalfont with his mask jumping near Leland when he left the place.
The bosomy (not so bosomy) woman (not really a woman) is played by a man, Malachy Sreenan.
Why ? Only Lynch knows !
This might sound as a complete nonsense but I've always felt that the bosomy woman and the motel were some sort of tribute to Hitchcock's Psycho.
Mr C drives to the convenience store. How does he know how to get there? It isn't always there. Richard sees it too....
No idea how Mr C knew how to get there, doppel, black lodge intuiion/radar? And I assumed Richard just followed him.
As soon as he says he's looking for Phillip Jefferies, the jumping man is shown (with Sarahs face as well)...
I gotta watch that scene again. Didn't notice Sarah. But jumping man has that pointy noise that pops out of Sarah's missing face with the "Truck You" jackass. So that may be the broad explanation for that.
Is this telling us that Jumping man is Sarah/isPhillip?
I still wish I could figure out who the hell Jumpy is and what exactly he signifies. Maybe he lives at the hotel since we've seen him there before.
I've always felt that Jumping man and Tremond grandson sognufy the white horse - long nose, white, grandson in hotel parking lot runs and jumps like a dressage horse..... - which in turn signifies Judy and/ or Bob.
Aaahh...the inside Led Zeppelin IV cover.
With the hermit on the mountain. A strange shaped mountain
40 years ago, one older guy showed us (teen boys) the big secret of the inside cover.
Push the cover against a mirror, and see The Beast :
Yeah and what about the secret of the "In through the out door" album...... I love this band!
Because of my theory about Windom (see light bulb moment thread), I've been watching some old episodes of the OS.
In season 2 "the path to the black lodge" we see Windom at his computer and he's looking at draeings, one of which is a depiction of a tall man and a short man..... giant and dwarf..... they have what looks like ladders drawn on them and my mind immediately thought of Dougie drawing ladders on his case files.
What connection could this be?
Here are some thoughts I have on Season 3.
In episode 2
When Laura removes her face in the Lodge it is a blinding white light meaning this is Laura from The White Lodge.
When she gets up and walks over to Cooper and whispers in his ear I think she tells him that he can leave when his doppelgänger is back in the Lodge. I believe she also tells him that like his doppelgänger is possessed by Bob her doppelgänger is possessed by Judy. She tells him when he leaves he must kill her doppelgänger in other words her mother Sarah because Judy has possessed Sarah. I believe the entire motivation for Bad Cooper is to find Sarah Palmer aka Judy aka Laura’s doppelgänger so Bob can mate with Judy and bring about the end of everything. I believe tells Cooper this in the Lodge and why Cooper says
“Huh ?” while Laura is whispering in his ear.
When she is ripped away from the Lodge it is because Cooper prevented her from being killed by Bob therefore she would not be in the Lodge any longer in this new timeline. I think this is also why she disappears in the woods while they are walking to the portal. She is never killed by Bob so Judy places her into the Odessa timeline. Incidentally the word Odessa derives from the Ancient Greek “odýssomai (ὀδύσσομαι) Odysséus (Ὀδυσσεύς)”, meaning “to be wroth against, hate, full of anger, wrathful”.
This is why Judy sent Laura there, it was Judy’s Wrath. Laura eventually forgets she is Laura just as Diane forgets and becomes Linda. It’s interesting that Laura becomes Carrie Page. I think this references back to the last missing ‘Page’ of Laura’s diary. If you notice when Cooper tells Laura her mother’s name is Sarah, this sparks something in Laura probably because her doppelgänger is part of Sarah and Judy.
If you notice in the bar scene first Sarah takes her face off to reveal Judy, then Judy takes her face off the reveal the Laura doppelgänger.
This shows us there are 2 entities inhabiting Sarah ( 3 Sarah’s) This is interesting because of the 3 Coopers.
When Cooper says he is trying to kill 2 birds with 1 stone I think he means Judy and Laura’s Doppelgänger. He knows Freddie will kill Bob so that’s not one of the 2 birds.
When the Fireman says “it is in our house now” he means Judy. When he says listen to the sounds he’s trying to tell Cooper something without “it all being said aloud now” Cooper obviously understands what the sounds mean as he says so. The ‘sounds’ are also coordinates I think.
When Mike asks Cooper over and over again “Is it future, or is it past ?” I think Mike is trying to tell Cooper that he will have to ultimately have to answer that question when he reaches the Palmer house with Carrie/Laura. I think Cooper is the one who can reset everything but he does not know it. When Cooper first entered the Black Lodge and his Doppelgänger left possessed by Bob it messed up the entire timeline.
I believe the basic premise is that Bad Cooper built a glass box to trap Judy, which it did not. Judy then makes a Laura doppelgänger with the seed she has when we first see her appear in the glass box.
She goes to Sarah Palmers house to hide/ possess Sarah. When Hawk goes to check on Sarah after the grocery store incident, he hears something inside the house while talking to Sarah at the door. I believe this is the Laura doppelgänger inside the house. She probably possesses Sarah not long after that. Even in episode 2 the Palmer house is shown and the Eagle above the outside door of the house resemble the Judy symbol. Another thing, when Jeffries shows Cooper where to find Judy the Owl Cave symbol changes to 7 then 0 then 8 (708 is the Palmer house address) .
While Bad Cooper is searching for Judy she hides in Sarah Palmer until she and Bob are can be reunited.
When Bad Cooper calls Phillip Jeffries after he kills Darya I believe the voice we hear is Judy’s.
One interesting point is when Cooper is in the mauve realm
and the American Girl says “you’d better hurry my mother’s
coming” this is another Mother / Daughter reference.
(Sarah / Laura )
The entire series has references to mother daughter, father son.
This may also be why electricity is so prevalent negative / positive .
Good Dale / Bad Dale etc ...
I also believe that electricity could also represent the electrical signals in the brain.
I think the mauve world is inside the earth as well as the white lodge. The Owl Cave Map probably shows the way.
The floor is the same as the white Lodge Floor in Naidos room.
The number 15 outlet is all burned Naido steers Cooper clear I think the 15 outlet is the woodsmans portal as they also look burned from traveling via electricity.
When Cooper and Naido climb into the roof of the cube. Naido signals coop to stay back when she throws the switch to changes dimensions/ places / timelines.
This must still be part of the white lodge like an outpost or something. It it could be where Naido / Diane has been for however long she’s been there.
When Cooper enters the room where Naido is he is on the balcony of a vast complex. When he climbs to the roof they are on top of the cube in space. This room must be a way to travel through time and realities.
Judy is trying to break in Naidos room and then when Cooper climbs back down into the cube, Judy is banging on the door of the American Girls room. This shows Judy can switch realities rapidly. The number 3 outlet is Cooper/ Bad Coop and the Dougie tulpa I think.
I guess the significance or 315 Coopers room number) may also be important.
The more I rewatch season 3 the more I notice things.
In episode 1 it’s interesting that when Mr C. goes to see Otis that the room is very reminiscent of the Black Lodge.
The chairs, the tall man and short man in the wheelchair all point to a relationship to the Lodge.
Then Otis says Mr. C twice like he knows there are at least two Coopers.
I know this jumps around but I’m writing this as I think of it.