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The Farm = Big Ed's Gas Farm??

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Did anybody else get this inference? If the coordinates lead to Twin Peaks, then wouldn't it make sense for The Farm (where Ray and Mr. C were presumably headed) to be in Twin Peaks? The officer (I forget his name, Elijah Wood looking dude) who confronts Bobby mentions Big Ed's Gas Farm when he heard the gunshot that went through the RR. I immediately thought of Ray going to "The Farm" when I heard this. It would make sense considering we haven't seen Ed yet. But then how would he be all tangled up in this mess with Ray and Mr. C? I find it hard to believe that Big Ed would break bad. I don't know, maybe "The Farm" is a separate place altogether? Thoughts?

 
Posted : 04/08/2017 6:50 pm
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I thought the Farm alluded to the place where they had the shoot out with  Jacque Renault at the end of season one?  Though it might be Big Ed's Gas Farm.

 
Posted : 04/08/2017 7:35 pm
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Posted by: Garmonbozia Addict

Did anybody else get this inference? If the coordinates lead to Twin Peaks, then wouldn't it make sense for The Farm (where Ray and Mr. C were presumably headed) to be in Twin Peaks? The officer (I forget his name, Elijah Wood looking dude) who confronts Bobby mentions Big Ed's Gas Farm when he heard the gunshot that went through the RR. I immediately thought of Ray going to "The Farm" when I heard this. It would make sense considering we haven't seen Ed yet. But then how would he be all tangled up in this mess with Ray and Mr. C? I find it hard to believe that Big Ed would break bad. I don't know, maybe "The Farm" is a separate place altogether? Thoughts?

That bit really stood out in a pay-attention kind of way.  What's up with that guy?  He was normal-ish, somewhat distracted, but then bizarre at the shooting scene and then later coming in and asking if Hawk and the Sheriff wanted to see his new car - kind of intrusive, but maybe just odd.

 
Posted : 04/08/2017 7:37 pm
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Posted by: Andrew Glasson

I thought the Farm alluded to the place where they had the shoot out with  Jacque Renault at the end of season one?  Though it might be Big Ed's Gas Farm.

There's the shoot-out farm, dead dog farm, big ed's gas farm, the farm where Mr. C met Hutch after leaving prison - any more farms we know of?

 
Posted : 04/08/2017 8:02 pm
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Posted by: Andrew Glasson

I thought the Farm alluded to the place where they had the shoot out with  Jacque Renault at the end of season one?  Though it might be Big Ed's Gas Farm.

There's the shoot-out farm, dead dog farm, big ed's gas farm, the farm where Mr. C met Hutch after leaving prison - any more farms we know of?

 
Posted : 04/08/2017 8:02 pm
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There's the farm belonging to the farmer (possibly Billy) in part 7 where the truck (with which Richard, who may be Chuck, ran over the boy) was parked and pointed out by Deputy Brennan.  Of all the farms this seems to be the most likely one referred to at the beginning of part 8; though the farm could simply be the farm where Mr C met up with Hutch and Chantal at the beginning of part 9.

 
Posted : 04/08/2017 8:38 pm
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