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Though I love Sarah, it's the woods with Jerry, psilocybin for me - can't fool me, been here before, don't know where/who I am.

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Posted : 29/07/2017 1:02 am
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Posted by: Mark Chamberlain Stevens
Posted by: SamXTherapy

Thanks for the advice but for now I'll stick to alcohol, nicotine, caffeine and what my doc prescribes.

I do apologize, didn't mean to wander over the line into your personal stuff-sorry. BTW, is there an alternate source for the photo the caused the spoiler??.....I'm consumed with curiosity now...no I won't re-post it.

No apology necessary, buddy.  I took your advice in the friendly spirit it was intended.  Should I ever decide to try weed again, I'll be sure to follow your advice.

If my arthritis gets worse in years to come, it'll be a useful addition to my pain meds.

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Posted : 29/07/2017 7:08 am
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Posted by: Mark Chamberlain Stevens

Any alternate sources for those of us who don't mind spoilers....? I won't discuss it.

2 Trap & 1 Trap Murof 

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Posted : 29/07/2017 8:08 am
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I wonder if Sarah will have another Bob-hiding-by-the-bed moment. 

It could be easily done with clever FX. Almost like the return of Bob, type scene. 

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Posted : 29/07/2017 8:34 am
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Actually the more I think about Sarah Palmer the more I realise that the previous series didn't really cover too much of her mental fallout regarding the death of her daughter and the discovery that Leland was the killer. 

Did she believe Leland was possessed by Bob, or did she continue life thinking it was her actual husband that killed Laura?

And what kind of mental state would it leave someone in - losing their only daughter at the hands of their husband, both of whom have died?

I think there's a lot more to be told about Sarah's story, but it just depends on whether lynch and co feel it's important enough to the overall story. 

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Posted : 29/07/2017 8:39 am
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Posted by: MJ Gilbert
Posted by: SamXTherapy

All right!  Party at Sarah's!

I'll be in the woods with Jerry, thank you.

Hi MJ

Well, I guess we all know what "MJ" stands for now, don't we?

Just kidding.  😉

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That's strange - even for Cooper

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Posted : 29/07/2017 5:34 pm
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Posted by: SamXTherapy
Posted by: Mark Chamberlain Stevens
Posted by: SamXTherapy

Thanks for the advice but for now I'll stick to alcohol, nicotine, caffeine and what my doc prescribes.

I do apologize, didn't mean to wander over the line into your personal stuff-sorry. BTW, is there an alternate source for the photo the caused the spoiler??.....I'm consumed with curiosity now...no I won't re-post it.

No apology necessary, buddy.  I took your advice in the friendly spirit it was intended.  Should I ever decide to try weed again, I'll be sure to follow your advice.

If my arthritis gets worse in years to come, it'll be a useful addition to my pain meds.

I can relate,Mine's in my shoulders...3 hour limit on guitar playing....16th's at high speeds really gets painful....good luck!

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Posted : 29/07/2017 5:59 pm
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Posted by: Myn0k

Actually the more I think about Sarah Palmer the more I realise that the previous series didn't really cover too much of her mental fallout regarding the death of her daughter and the discovery that Leland was the killer. 

Did she believe Leland was possessed by Bob, or did she continue life thinking it was her actual husband that killed Laura?

And what kind of mental state would it leave someone in - losing their only daughter at the hands of their husband, both of whom have died?

I think there's a lot more to be told about Sarah's story, but it just depends on whether lynch and co feel it's important enough to the overall story. 

( original show ) Cooper basically explained to her that it wasn't Leland that did those things.
In FWWM you can see that she knew something was wrong but never quite addressed it ( and Leland drugged her ).

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Posted : 29/07/2017 8:07 pm
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Posted by: JeffreyGWillett
Posted by: Mark Chamberlain Stevens

Any alternate sources for those of us who don't mind spoilers....? I won't discuss it.

2 Trap & 1 Trap Murof 

Turns out I had seen it after all

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Posted : 29/07/2017 10:09 pm
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Do y'all think her line from the final episode of Season 2 was actually channeling Leland?!?

That's a low-quality Youtube clip. But you know the scene. German waitress walks into the Double R after jump-startin the old man. Bobby and Shelly are talking about getting married. And then Dr. Jacoby (in his best outfit ever) escorts in the grieving Sarah Palmer. They sit down with Major and Mrs. Briggs, and Sarah gives the message in a deep, foreboding, otherworldly voice: "I'm in the black lodge with Dale Cooper."

I suppose she could have been channeling Laura just the same... but since Leland kinda sinned, maybe he's more likely to have gone to get stuck in the black lodge? By "kinda sinned" I mean this: In that last episode, Cooper got scared running around the Red Room. He didn't have all the bravery that Hawk described would be necessary to enter the White Lodge. Well, long ago, Leland let Bob into him; he too was imperfect, and in Season 3, we saw him stuck in the Lodge/Red Room realm begging for Dale to find Laura.

I guess Laura had her share of sins too, hehe. She wasn't (to our knowledge) inhabited by an evil spirit, but she was tortured by Bob since who knows how young.... Then again, she might be some angel. Ah gee. I can't figure this show out. (Luckily, we're not supposed to.)

At any rate, something's going on with Sarah, and I look forward to seeing her return. 

Oh! And what's the deal with that white horse she sees!???

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Posted : 01/08/2017 5:11 pm
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Posted by: Jeremy Christiansen

How about Zombie Sarah Palmer walking around Twin Peaks, puking green pea soup and screaming like her doppleganger!

As it turns out, your prediction was fairly adequate... ?

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Posted : 03/08/2017 12:10 pm
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Posted by: Myn0k

Actually the more I think about Sarah Palmer the more I realise that the previous series didn't really cover too much of her mental fallout regarding the death of her daughter and the discovery that Leland was the killer. 

Did she believe Leland was possessed by Bob, or did she continue life thinking it was her actual husband that killed Laura?

And what kind of mental state would it leave someone in - losing their only daughter at the hands of their husband, both of whom have died?

I think there's a lot more to be told about Sarah's story, but it just depends on whether lynch and co feel it's important enough to the overall story. 

Just wanted to quote myself (as you do) because it turns out that we did see the fallout after all in episode 12 🙂

Sounds happy we got to see her true emotional state following the death of both her daughter and husband. 

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Posted : 06/08/2017 5:22 am
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Posted by: Jesse Newkirk

Do y'all think her line from the final episode of Season 2 was actually channeling Leland?!?

That's a low-quality Youtube clip. But you know the scene. German waitress walks into the Double R after jump-startin the old man. Bobby and Shelly are talking about getting married. And then Dr. Jacoby (in his best outfit ever) escorts in the grieving Sarah Palmer. They sit down with Major and Mrs. Briggs, and Sarah gives the message in a deep, foreboding, otherworldly voice: "I'm in the black lodge with Dale Cooper."

I suppose she could have been channeling Laura just the same... but since Leland kinda sinned, maybe he's more likely to have gone to get stuck in the black lodge? By "kinda sinned" I mean this: In that last episode, Cooper got scared running around the Red Room. He didn't have all the bravery that Hawk described would be necessary to enter the White Lodge. Well, long ago, Leland let Bob into him; he too was imperfect, and in Season 3, we saw him stuck in the Lodge/Red Room realm begging for Dale to find Laura.

I guess Laura had her share of sins too, hehe. She wasn't (to our knowledge) inhabited by an evil spirit, but she was tortured by Bob since who knows how young.... Then again, she might be some angel. Ah gee. I can't figure this show out. (Luckily, we're not supposed to.)

At any rate, something's going on with Sarah, and I look forward to seeing her return. 

Oh! And what's the deal with that white horse she sees!???

I have always assumed that she was channeling the voice of Windom Earle in that scene (kinda sounds like him). Interesting to have that notion challenged!

The White Horse has been commented on extensively, and we have seen (and heard) the horse a couple of times in TPTR. Folks often presume that it refers to the "pale horse" referred to in Revelation (I will leave that discussion to those of you for whom the christian bible is a thing). It seems to denote imminant death.

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Posted : 06/08/2017 2:54 pm
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As I rewatch the clip, it seesm she is channeling TMFAP

I AM the FBI.

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Posted : 06/08/2017 2:57 pm
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Posted by: MJ Gilbert
 

The White Horse has been commented on extensively, and we have seen (and heard) the horse a couple of times in TPTR. Folks often presume that it refers to the "pale horse" referred to in Revelation (I will leave that discussion to those of you for whom the christian bible is a thing). It seems to denote imminant death.

I see "the horse is the white of the eyes and dark within" as a literal reference to the horse. 

Not sure exactly what it means and I'm not good at symbology. But to me, the horse is representative of the soul (eyes being the window to the soul). The white of the eyes represents the good parts of the soul, and the dark... you get the picture. 

So I wonder if Sarah's vision of the horse is her seeing a reflection of her or someone else's soul. 

 

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Posted : 06/08/2017 3:30 pm
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