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(@pine-cone)
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 She said she was on her way to dinner... At her sister's house? Where??. I forgot!

With the deathly sick kid in the car, I'm sure there'll be lively conversation around THAT dinner table!

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Posted : 23/07/2017 11:55 pm
(@lynn_watson)
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And there was something about seeing her uncle?   I'll have to watch it again as I was distracted by the green drool.
If creamed corn is Garmonbozia, I wonder what mushy peas are?   I'm planning a Halloween menu...

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Posted : 23/07/2017 11:58 pm
(@ranmacmh)
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Like any scene in Twin Peaks this could certainly turn into something more,

BUT

This was an episode with a lot of homages (Seven, The Godfather) and I'm pretty sure this, and the scene of poor Miriam crawling out of the grass, was a damn fine Night of the Living Dead homage.  But clearly the kids ain't all right in this town. 

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Posted : 24/07/2017 3:14 am
(@1stdragonarse)
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Remember part 8, black and white scene with man and woman in car, stopped by "got a light" guy??? They were both awestruck, the lady screamed/moaned in weird slow motion kind of way. Wisely, the man drove on down the road. Our new 'honker lady' reminded me of her. Wouldn't it be wild if the screamer lady and honker lady are same person. Aside from being put to sleep, we don't know how that "this is the water... broadcast" affected the townsfolk. Maybe some acquired ability to bend time. 

I have total recall of everything and anything I ever made up.

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Posted : 24/07/2017 2:03 pm
(@ruskinowl)
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Posted by: Christen Phillips

Like any scene in Twin Peaks this could certainly turn into something more,

BUT

This was an episode with a lot of homages (Seven, The Godfather) and I'm pretty sure this, and the scene of poor Miriam crawling out of the grass, was a damn fine Night of the Living Dead homage.  But clearly the kids ain't all right in this town. 

Agreed, as was the sick child in the car - The Exorcist.

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Posted : 24/07/2017 2:07 pm
(@droseth1)
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Posted by: Christen Phillips

Like any scene in Twin Peaks this could certainly turn into something more,

BUT

This was an episode with a lot of homages (Seven, The Godfather) and I'm pretty sure this, and the scene of poor Miriam crawling out of the grass, was a damn fine Night of the Living Dead homage.  But clearly the kids ain't all right in this town. 

Good call out but what was the Godfather homage?

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Posted : 24/07/2017 2:07 pm
(@mj_gilbert)
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This whole scene reminded me of the scene in FWWM with Leland and Laura in the car, when the one-armed man confronts him. Chaos and disorder, and the walls between the rational and and mad grown suddenly VERY thin.

I AM the FBI.

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Posted : 24/07/2017 2:33 pm
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Posted by: Christen Phillips

Like any scene in Twin Peaks this could certainly turn into something more,

BUT

This was an episode with a lot of homages (Seven, The Godfather) and I'm pretty sure this, and the scene of poor Miriam crawling out of the grass, was a damn fine Night of the Living Dead homage.  But clearly the kids ain't all right in this town. 

Miriam crawling out of the grass reminded me of a scene in Day of the Woman/I Spit On Your Grave.

Was the Godfather homage a song that the pianist played? It reminded me of the Godfather, but it's been so long since I've seen it.

I was really happy to see that Miriam survived. My best friend shouted out that Richard Horne was a ****ty villain, when she came out. Haha!

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Posted : 24/07/2017 2:35 pm
(@ruskinowl)
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Posted by: MJ Gilbert

This whole scene reminded me of the scene in FWWM with Leland and Laura in the car, when the one-armed man confronts him. Chaos and disorder, and the walls between the rational and and mad grown suddenly VERY thin.

I always thought that he (Leland) made such a loud 'scene' to attempt to mask Mike's 'revealing' words.

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Posted : 24/07/2017 2:36 pm
(@patrick-d)
Lodger

Didn't notice any Godfather reference, but the gangsters in the desert bit was pretty solid "Casino" imagery.

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Posted : 24/07/2017 2:39 pm
(@ranmacmh)
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Posted by: Dennis Roseth
Posted by: Christen Phillips

Like any scene in Twin Peaks this could certainly turn into something more,

BUT

This was an episode with a lot of homages (Seven, The Godfather) and I'm pretty sure this, and the scene of poor Miriam crawling out of the grass, was a damn fine Night of the Living Dead homage.  But clearly the kids ain't all right in this town. 

Good call out but what was the Godfather homage?

When the Mitchum brothers take Dougie out to "Santino's" for dinner.  Two "bad guys" and our hero at an Italian restaurant named after Santino Corleone. XD

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Posted : 24/07/2017 3:16 pm
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(@ranmacmh)
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Posted by: Patrick Dunn

Didn't notice any Godfather reference, but the gangsters in the desert bit was pretty solid "Casino" imagery.

I'm pretty sure the scene in the desert was a Se7en reference.

  WHAT's IN THE BOX!!?

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Posted : 24/07/2017 3:17 pm
(@droseth1)
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Posted by: Christen Phillips
Posted by: Dennis Roseth
Posted by: Christen Phillips

Like any scene in Twin Peaks this could certainly turn into something more,

BUT

This was an episode with a lot of homages (Seven, The Godfather) and I'm pretty sure this, and the scene of poor Miriam crawling out of the grass, was a damn fine Night of the Living Dead homage.  But clearly the kids ain't all right in this town. 

Good call out but what was the Godfather homage?

When the Mitchum brothers take Dougie out to "Santino's" for dinner.  Two "bad guys" and our hero at an Italian restaurant named after Santino Corleone. XD

Ahhh thanks for the clarification!

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Posted : 24/07/2017 3:30 pm
(@garymc)
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Posted by: Christen Phillips
Posted by: Patrick Dunn

Didn't notice any Godfather reference, but the gangsters in the desert bit was pretty solid "Casino" imagery.

I'm pretty sure the scene in the desert was a Se7en reference.

  WHAT's IN THE BOX!!?

Absolutely a Se7en reference.  Why else have such a big box, which'd be useless as an actual form of packaging, for a cherry pie.

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Posted : 24/07/2017 3:41 pm
(@pantstrovich)
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Posted by: Christen Phillips
Posted by: Patrick Dunn

Didn't notice any Godfather reference, but the gangsters in the desert bit was pretty solid "Casino" imagery.

I'm pretty sure the scene in the desert was a Se7en reference.

  WHAT's IN THE BOX!!?

I can't believe I didn't pick up on that. I've only seen Se7en like ten billion times. I guess I was very immersed in just watching the episode.

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Posted : 24/07/2017 3:59 pm
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