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Is Audrey Still in a Coma?  

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(@chris_sampson)
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Pulse dialling still works OK in the UK.  There's a good trade on ebay in old candlestick style Bakelite telephones from the 1930s.  I've been tempted a few times but the missus wasn't impressed and vetoed it.

"We're in the version layer..."

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Posted : 01/08/2017 5:58 pm Myn0k liked
(@100monkeys)
Dweller

Another thing,

DL seems to have a thing for "lamps" you see them in all forms and shapes,

In this scene, the lamps behind Audrey above the fireplace seem to be upside down What could this mean in a traditional library/office ?

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Posted : 01/08/2017 6:01 pm
(@tibiusreynolds)
Dweller

There was speculation that a Dougie, Jane-E and Jade were in a world of their own until Ben got the key in the mail.

I will keep wondering if Audrey is in a coma or in a black lodge of her own until we see her interact with other people we know to be in the real world.

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Posted : 01/08/2017 6:01 pm
(@samxtherapy)
Detective
Posted by: Aaron C. Wade
Posted by: Jeremy Christiansen

On a rewatch after thinking about this theory, all the tech in the room, especially  the phone are  things Audrey could have know about at the time she went into the coma (early 90s?).

Look at all the old file type things on that little chaps desk...why would a modern day business man be portrayed on a TV show set in 2016, have that type of desk technology?

Do rotary phones even work on modern landlines anymore? I was under the impression that they were rendered obsolete when dial tones became the standard.

They can be adapted easily enough.  We don't even know where they are located, though; could be some backwoods place where the network hasn't been upgraded.

Coppula eam se non posit acceptera jocularum

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Posted : 01/08/2017 6:04 pm
(@myn0k)
Deputy
Posted by: 100monkeys

Another thing,

DL seems to have a thing for "lamps" you see them in all forms and shapes,

In this scene, the lamps behind Audrey above the fireplace seem to be upside down What could this mean in a traditional library/office ?

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I wonder if there are clues to the book titles if we can see them?

Yes, I'm slowly getting drawn into this idea 😀

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Posted : 01/08/2017 6:07 pm
(@droseth1)
Dweller
Posted by: Jeremy Christiansen

On a rewatch after thinking about this theory, all the tech in the room, especially  the phone are  things Audrey could have know about at the time she went into the coma (early 90s?).

Look at all the old file type things on that little chaps desk...why would a modern day business man be portrayed on a TV show set in 2016, have that type of desk technology?

Ya I noticed that as well. Also, he states he does not have a crystal ball but on his desk is an object that looks like a crystal ball. It could be a snow globe though. Something is fishy with this whole scene!

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Posted : 01/08/2017 6:32 pm
(@tapiola)
Lodger

the placement & position of the lamps over the mantel like this are normal in an old parlor. one of the books is t.s. eliot. i can't make out any others, though i'm tempted to read the title of the blue book standing upright nearest the green candy dish as "happy times".

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Posted : 01/08/2017 6:33 pm 100monkeys liked
(@patrick-d)
Lodger

In addition to the characters not moving from or changing their positions, and nothing being resolved, it does show Audrey really wanting to leave, but not being allowed, or able to go on her own.  Like perhaps a coma patient not being able to get up and leave.

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Posted : 01/08/2017 6:34 pm
(@aaron_c_wade)
RR Diner Patron

Here's more fuel for the hypothesis that Audrey is in a coma. Check out this article:

http://www.businessinsider.com/do-people-remember-being-in-a-coma-2014-7

I'm quoting one of the testimonies here: "It was one ongoing nightmare that I couldn't awake from... It took me MUCH longer to heal from the imagery in that coma than it did from the physical injuries."

It's obvious that Audrey isn't having a very good time. And think about the seductive opportunity for Lynch to craft an elaborate coma dream. The more I think about it, the more the clues point toward fabricated scenario. I'll wait (impatiently) to see if this turns out to be true. 

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Posted : 01/08/2017 6:36 pm
(@luftballoons)
Town Visitor
Posted by: Myn0k

It's interesting. There's a part of me that thinks it's a bit too unoriginal. "she was in a coma all along" has been done too many times in TV and film IMO. 

Ever see "Boxing Helena"?

 

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Posted : 01/08/2017 6:36 pm
(@tibiusreynolds)
Dweller

Yes rotary phones still work.

It's still weird that a seemingly important businessman would have one.

My money is on Audrey Has Been Dreaming Since The 90s.  But all the other stuff is real.

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Posted : 01/08/2017 9:54 pm
(@ezekielmoist)
RR Diner Patron

I have watched the scene on quite a big screen and the hourglass on the desk (first shot of the camera moving along The room) doesn't seem to move at all.

There's nothing quite like urinating out in the open air

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Posted : 02/08/2017 6:01 am
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