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(@karina_emilie)
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Could the message Diane received in the last episode be from Dougie/ Good Coop.
Is “ the lively dinner-table-conversation" referring to the scene with Dougie and the Mitchum brothers in episode 11?
I mean maybe Good Coop is more awake than we assumes - by witnessing his somnambulistic-like behavior.
Are we sure that the Vegas-events is in the same time-line as the events revolving around Diane, Cole, Albert and Tammy?? We know that the text-message is not the same in Bad-Coop’s phone as it is in Diane’s - as someone in here discovered comparing the font/ caption (Im pretty sure that this is not a neglect from the film-crew) Therefore we know that there is a 3. person involved in this message. Maybe Dougie is actually texting Diane, informing her in every little detail, as he/ Coop did back in the good old dictaphone-days. If the timeline isn’t the same, if Good Coop are more awake than we assume, if bad Coop somehow gets the info about the Good Coop/ Diane-communication, through some source he have - this theory might be an option to look into...


 
 
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Topic starter Posted : 24/07/2017 10:32 am
(@fumiko)
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Here's where things get really weird. 

- Candie has "no place to go"

- the Mitchum brothers evidently grew up in an orphanage without parents (but with a gym set!) 

- Elder Mitchum brother has a prophetic dream that allows him to crack the mystery of whether Dougie is friend/foe.  This is similar to Cooper having dreams with giants, dwarves, and seeing the likness of both Bob and the one armed man before having met them in real life. 

- The whacked out lady with the sick-zombie in her car mentioned needing to get somewhere for dinner. 

- "It's a dream. We are living in a dream." 

 

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Posted : 24/07/2017 10:44 am
(@lynn_watson)
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After last week's episode of doorways, there were a lot of discussions at tables this week.

Again - Lucy's seemingly throwaway comment about not knowing why she's thinking of furniture as she & Andy are hardly home...   they're the only ones not talking at a table.

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Posted : 24/07/2017 11:03 am
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(@karina_emilie)
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Very weird indeed

Good ones kdawg68 !

- Karina (Who never had a gym-set - which might explain a lot)

 

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Topic starter Posted : 24/07/2017 11:11 am
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(@maurice_dumont)
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  • Cole stated that Lil was his "mother's sister's girl." Missing in that sentence was the word "uncle"; this was then elaborated on when Cole placed four fingers in front of his eyes like prison bars. This suggested that the uncle of the sheriff was in prison.

That uncle thing is bothering me... 

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Posted : 24/07/2017 11:13 am
(@maurice_dumont)
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I mean: the woman in the car was either talking cryptic or talkimg nonsense... Why would she want to visit this uncle for dinner with a kid that's sick to death?

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Posted : 24/07/2017 11:16 am
(@maurice_dumont)
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And, as was mentioned by others elsewhere, there are more characters talking coded/cryptic/nonsense during this part

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Posted : 24/07/2017 11:19 am
(@karina_emilie)
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UNCLE SAM

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Topic starter Posted : 24/07/2017 1:32 pm
(@fishinthepercolator)
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It's difficult to split the timelines of the events in Vegas from those in South Dakota because there have been a few things that happened at the same time or aproximately at the same time:

- Coop replaces Dougie when the Doppelganger has the car accident. The Doppelganger was supposed to get back into the Lodge when Dale was released from it.

- The attempts of murder on Dougie Jones/Cooper have been orchestrated by the Doppelganger

- When the Doppelganger sees Hutch and Chantel, after being shot by Ray, he calls Duncan Todd to ask him if he's killed Dougie. That was after Ike was arrested and started the plot against Dougie involving the other insurance guy and the Mitchum brothers, which confirms that the two Coops storyline match.

- As for the FBI crew, we know that the Doppelganger also texted Diane when he was with Hutch and Chantel, and they all went visit the Doppelganger in jail and got the news that he escaped/was released shortly after, so those two plot arc are also tied.

So I guess the timeline is pretty linear in the South Dakota and Las Vegas storylines and the narration follows a straight chronological order, save maybe for some exceptions (but I can't find of any right now). I'm fairly sure things are way more complicated for the events in the Twin Peaks.

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Posted : 24/07/2017 1:36 pm
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(@roberto_bella)
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This is a really solid catch. Nice job. It could be that Dougie/Cooper is somehow still contacting Diane and she's not in cahoots with Bad Coop. 

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Posted : 24/07/2017 1:41 pm
(@marlene-lynch)
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I thought "around the table the conversation is lively" was referring to the Convenient Store. Like when Mike, Bob and other Black Lodge inhabitants were sitting at the table enjoying their garmonbozia in FWWM. So maybe he's refering to the fact, that there's a lot of evil crap going on in the world at the moment. Or something else about the Black Lodge. 

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Posted : 24/07/2017 1:49 pm
(@matthew_gladney)
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The lady in the car with the sick child... that whole scene was really bizarre, and I agree with others that it doesn't make a lot of sense.

What I'm wondering is if that's just one of those random weird people/situation scenes that David Lynch will sometimes just throw into the mix for no real reason?

Now, I think this new Twin Peaks has done a great job of actually following-up on story lines and plot threads (for the most part), but I sometimes wonder if we'll get answers to every single thing. For example: the humming noise in Ben Horne's office.... while we could certainly have some sort of answer to that / reason why it's happening. part of me wouldn't be surprised if it went absolutely nowhere.

 

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Posted : 24/07/2017 1:53 pm
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(@jeffery_m_thompson)
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Note Jessie in two scenes in the episode distinctly outlining there are two timelines in the Twin Peaks world. In any of the things that happen after the hit and run timeline we have not seen Hawk or Truman. And the town seems to go nuts.  Whatever happens on 10/2 it lets loose some crazy.

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Posted : 24/07/2017 4:20 pm
(@nikolaj_nielsen)
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The uncle thing reminded me of the Arms cousin in the waiting room (which is took as Evil Laura). Dobblegangers seems to be dubbed as family members once removed. 

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Posted : 24/07/2017 5:36 pm
(@b-randy)
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Posted by: kdawg68

Here's where things get really weird. 

- Candie has "no place to go"

- the Mitchum brothers evidently grew up in an orphanage without parents (but with a gym set!) 

- Elder Mitchum brother has a prophetic dream that allows him to crack the mystery of whether Dougie is friend/foe.  This is similar to Cooper having dreams with giants, dwarves, and seeing the likness of both Bob and the one armed man before having met them in real life. 

- The whacked out lady with the sick-zombie in her car mentioned needing to get somewhere for dinner. 

- "It's a dream. We are living in a dream." 

 

And all the jackpot ladies dreams have come true.

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Posted : 25/07/2017 4:43 pm
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