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(@moonchild)
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So I guess we just found out Gordon is one step ahead of everyone else... He not only knew Coop wasnt Coop but already doubted Diane was the "real" Diane (By the way,...where is the real Diane? Or was Diane always a b****h?)

And we also just found out Gordon is a sensitive just like Coop and Laura he can feel or see things..... Did he recognise Laura? To me he looked very confused.... after all he never met her and I dont remember ever seeing Gordon looking at a picture of her

Could it be that he saw her and just thought....who the hell was that? And why would HE see her and not Coop or Sarah? 

That drawing or antlers he was making....the hand was pointing at the antlers as to say LOOK!!! (still reminds me of the death ritual in TRUE DETECTIVE)

 

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Posted : 17/07/2017 5:27 am BPK5000 and Lynn Watson liked
(@iban-manzano)
Lodger

I think that He must know her. He sent one of his smartest guys to investigate her assassination and then he dissappeared mysteriously. I'm pretty sure that he has seen a lot of pictures of Laura.

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Posted : 17/07/2017 5:31 am SomethingVague and BPK5000 liked
(@monique)
Dweller

For me Gordon was the highlight of part 10. He has a few Aces up his sleeve and we finally got to see some of them. It gives me a sense of relief to see at least one character is a step ahead of this game ~ i also feel that Hawk isn't that far behind him.

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Posted : 17/07/2017 6:26 am 1stDragonarse, James M Sweeney, SamXTherapy and 5 people liked
(@fishinthepercolator)
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Posted by: Monique Prior

For me Gordon was the highlight of part 10. He has a few Aces up his sleeve and we finally got to see some of them. It gives me a sense of relief to see at least one character is a step ahead of this game ~ i also feel that Hawk isn't that far behind him.

Not only of part 10. Lynch is stealing his own show.

Also Hawk does seem to be almost the protagonist of the TP plotline, even though of course there's no main character (or, to put it better, there's no star).

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Posted : 17/07/2017 6:39 am Monique Prior, SamXTherapy, Caoimhín Shirey and 4 people liked
(@spyros)
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I love Gordon Cole's bigger role and his importance this season. Also amazing performance as well by DL

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Posted : 17/07/2017 8:00 am Monique Prior, SamXTherapy, Bob Michaels and 1 people liked
(@fumiko)
Roadhouse Regular

I would suspect that Gordon's hearing issues  and his penchant for pantomime messages (in FWWM at least) are indicative that he, too, has had some contact with lodge entities.  Everyone who encounters them seems changed by the experienced, and he is intentionally written so as to seem he has keen percpection, much like Cooper.  

Regarding the Laura acid-flashback, from a Jungian standpoint I thought it was very interesting that the whole scene occurred in a doorway.  There was a repetitive theme of doorways and windows being extremely important in that entire episode.  Consider the following: 

 

- We start off with Richard Horne leering at his soon-to-be victim through the reflection in the glass door to her tiny trailer

- Later we see Richard assault his grandmother as she attempts to bar his entry through, you guessed it, a doorway. 

- Gordon has his crazy doorway acid flashback to Laura Palmer

- Lucy spies on Chad through the glass window at the police station

- Duncan Todd's entire office can be thought of as a glass house. 

- Janey E. pulls Dougie aside to tell him how "wonderful" the prior night was as soon as they step through the large, red door - a door that's been intentionally called out to our subconscious before as a reference point. 

- The red coffee cup that interrupts Harry Dean Stanton's song comes flying through a glass window pane (right before we are taken inside, and shown the squalid, horrifying conditions the occupants of that particular home reside in). 

- And as if all the above weren't enough to drive the point home, we have Lynch/Gordon himself reacting after Tammy Preston struts down the hallway and does what, alarmingly?  Bangs on a door. 

Doorways, windows - all portals, and suggestive of entry/exit points between worlds/existences.  

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Posted : 17/07/2017 2:20 pm 1stDragonarse, Monique Prior, Pantstrovich and 9 people liked
(@samxtherapy)
Detective

Good calls, kdawg68.  You could almost suspect Lynch and Frost of having a plan, couldn't you? 😉

Coppula eam se non posit acceptera jocularum

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Posted : 17/07/2017 2:23 pm 1stDragonarse, kdawg68 and laughingatsky liked
(@fumiko)
Roadhouse Regular

But ah...yeah...no clue what he was drawing in that doodle at all.  My first thought was actually to the old character of the Basselope from the Bloom County comic strip.  You know...dog with antlers.  yadda yadda.  I'll show myself out now.  🙂

The only "dog" references we've had in the series seem to relate to dog legs, posthumously (postdogmously?) removed from their bodies. 

 

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Posted : 17/07/2017 2:23 pm
(@ric_bissell)
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Posted by: kdawg68

There was a repetitive theme of doorways and windows being extremely important in that entire episode.

Doorways, windows - all portals, and suggestive of entry/exit points between worlds/existences.  

Hi dawg,

"One chance out between two worlds"

And that's through the Doors of Perception!  😉

- /< /\ /> -

That's strange - even for Cooper

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Posted : 17/07/2017 2:41 pm Monique Prior and kdawg68 liked
(@jeffery_m_thompson)
Roadhouse Regular

Remember they are searching for coordinates that lead to a doorway to "The Zone". 
I think it was more than doorways but the protocol/etiquette of entering houses, like the myth a vampire can't enter a building without the owners' permission. Think of Candy and her mixed protocol bringing the insurance salesman into the control room.

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Posted : 17/07/2017 3:12 pm
(@fishinthepercolator)
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Posted by: Ric Bissell
Posted by: kdawg68

There was a repetitive theme of doorways and windows being extremely important in that entire episode.

Doorways, windows - all portals, and suggestive of entry/exit points between worlds/existences.  

Hi dawg,

"One chance out between two worlds"

And that's through the Doors of Perception!  😉

- /< /\ /> -

Isn't it chants instead of chance?

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Posted : 17/07/2017 3:54 pm
(@ric_bissell)
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Posted by: Fishinthepercolator
Posted by: Ric Bissell
 
"One chance out between two worlds"

And that's through the Doors of Perception!  😉

Isn't it chants instead of chance?

Hi Fish,

There's a yrev, very good chance it's actually "chance".  😉

- /< /\ /> -

That's strange - even for Cooper

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Posted : 17/07/2017 4:26 pm
(@myn0k)
Deputy

I saw the scene as a warning. 

What is she warning him about though?

The cynic in me would say that Albert can't be trusted. He appeared in the doorway just after the vision. But I love Albert - so refuse to believe he would do any wrong!

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Posted : 17/07/2017 4:31 pm Kim Frostlind liked
(@ruskinowl)
Roadhouse Regular

That scene, for me was scary. Eerie. And I don't scare easily. Great scene.

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Posted : 18/07/2017 7:41 am
(@oyster_bells)
Roadhouse Regular
Posted by: Jeffery M. Thompson

Remember they are searching for coordinates that lead to a doorway to "The Zone". 
I think it was more than doorways but the protocol/etiquette of entering houses, like the myth a vampire can't enter a building without the owners' permission. Think of Candy and her mixed protocol bringing the insurance salesman into the control room.

It's not coordinates for entrance to the Zone.  Briggs was in the Zone and wanted to leave elsewhere, and he asked Hastings to get him the coordinates (possibly of the entrance to this elsewhere).

"Dougie, who do you prefer now, me or that Jade?"
"Jade."
"No, no, Dougie! Jade. Or. Me?"
"Me."
"Okay, once again. Jade. Or. Janey-E?"
"E."

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Posted : 18/07/2017 7:47 am
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