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(@devaneyfan)
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We observed Ben Horne's Civil War psychosis from the "sane" perspective.  Perhaps we observed Audrey Horne's psychosis or coma-dream from her perspective.   If the treatment for Audrey's psychosis is similar to Jacoby's treatment for Ben, then Charlie would likely be her psychiatrist. 

On a related topic, the treatment of Johnny (tied up in a chair) was disturbing.  These scenes with Johnny have been the low points of the season for me in terms of the scriptwriters approach. 

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Posted : 31/07/2017 10:12 am
(@fishinthepercolator)
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Posted by: JeffreyGWillett

We observed Ben Horne's Civil War psychosis from the "sane" perspective.  Perhaps we observed Audrey Horne's psychosis or coma-dream from her perspective.   If the treatment for Audrey's psychosis is similar to Jacoby's treatment for Ben, then Charlie would likely be her psychiatrist. 

On a related topic, the treatment of Johnny (tied up in a chair) was disturbing.  These scenes with Johnny have been the low points of the season for me in terms of the scriptwriters approach. 

When Audrey first meets agent Cooper in season 1, she talks about Johnny and she says that mental illness runs in her family so there could be something about it.

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Posted : 31/07/2017 10:18 am
(@fumiko)
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I like the idea of Audrey being in her own little Shutter Island version of hell where she thinks she's normal but in fact this is all part of a desperate therapy ploy.  

Although part of me wants to believe she was actively cucking that "paperwork" guy, with his creepy little sausage fingers and his rotary dial phone.  

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Posted : 31/07/2017 10:33 am
(@devaneyfan)
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The scene with Audrey did not include modern office equipment/scenery.  There is a Rolodex, old school office stamp, rotary phone (although everyone in Twin Peaks uses those), old books, sand hourglass, inkwells (or paperweights), incandescent light bulb, old decorum. 

Perhaps a scene that someone in a coma may imagine?

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Posted : 31/07/2017 12:36 pm
(@natural-log-e)
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She's not in a coma; humans cannot survive comatose life for decades with any reasonable hope for recovery. However, this emerging theory that you and another poster put up in another thread on Audrey reads as possible. You provide decent evidence for this outcome, regarding the Horne family mental history.

Your Laura disappeared. There's just me now.

This has been a message...from the LOG.

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Posted : 31/07/2017 12:56 pm
(@michangelina)
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Posted by: natural log - E

She's not in a coma; humans cannot survive comatose life for decades with any reasonable hope for recovery. However, this emerging theory that you and another poster put up in another thread on Audrey reads as possible. You provide decent evidence for this outcome, regarding the Horne family mental history.

Because so many things in twin peaks are logical.. like there being 3 doppelgängers.. ok ? 

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Posted : 31/07/2017 1:10 pm
(@jeffery_m_thompson)
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I noticed the lack of modern technology and the staging of it. 

But the marriage and the contract were odd dialogue for this theory.

But I got a psychologist vibe from the mannerisms of Charlie. It may be a Soap Opera script they are playing out to help Audrey. That said where is Billy?

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Posted : 31/07/2017 1:25 pm
(@michangelina)
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Posted by: Jeffery M. Thompson

I noticed the lack of modern technology and the staging of it. 

But the marriage and the contract were odd dialogue for this theory.

But I got a psychologist vibe from the mannerisms of Charlie. It may be a Soap Opera script they are playing out to help Audrey. That said where is Billy?

Well we knew Billy was missing a few episode back when that guy ran into the double RR diner and yelled "has anyone seen Billy ?" And ran out

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Posted : 31/07/2017 1:28 pm
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