The little girl who lived down the lane  

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(@fumiko)
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Posted by: Nikolaj Nielsen
Posted by: kdawg68

There seemed something Charlie-esque about that "banker" fella who hung out at Renzo and Ray's secret fight club garage, too.  

 

There's your billionaire. 

I'm not sure about that.  I think there was another clue back in episode 1 as to who the actual NY moneybags was. 

Mrs. Houseman; whose "New York friends keep the spa running" at the Great Northern. 

 

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Posted : 08/08/2017 7:17 am
(@keith_mckay)
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As soon as I heard "the little girl who lived down the lane" I thought of the nursery rhyme, baa baa black sheep.  A story, of sorts, sung to young children. Is this any relevance to Audrey's mental state?! 

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Posted : 08/08/2017 4:01 pm
(@samxtherapy)
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Posted by: TheOwlsAreNotWhatTheySeem

As soon as I heard "the little girl who lived down the lane" I thought of the nursery rhyme, baa baa black sheep.  A story, of sorts, sung to young children. Is this any relevance to Audrey's mental state?! 

So did I.  We must be really innocent sorts.

Coppula eam se non posit acceptera jocularum

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Posted : 08/08/2017 4:09 pm
(@b-randy)
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I'm still holding to the connection between The Little Girl Down Who Lived Down the Lane scene where she slips something in the guys drink, and how Anthony is trying to poison Dougie in the same way.

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Posted : 08/08/2017 11:42 pm
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I actually though Dougie was somehow going to switch the drinks and kill Tony.

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Posted : 08/08/2017 11:44 pm
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Posted by: SamXTherapy
Posted by: TheOwlsAreNotWhatTheySeem

As soon as I heard "the little girl who lived down the lane" I thought of the nursery rhyme, baa baa black sheep.  A story, of sorts, sung to young children. Is this any relevance to Audrey's mental state?! 

So did I.  We must be really innocent sorts.

Yes. I really feel that this is a reference to the nursery rhyme. She's searching for a way to explain that she feels helpless and (maybe) stuck in an fable-like story. 'I'm not me, I might even be this fictional character for all I know.' But the way she delivers the line is like she's half seriously asking Charlie because he's dictating the story that's going on.

At this point I'm leaning really heavily towards the idea she's in a strange kind of therapy. It wouldn't be the first time a husband has taken on their wife as a client. 

Can't wait to find out that the comment about Ghostwood means! 

https://aroundthedinnertabletheconversationislively.wordpress.com/

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Posted : 08/08/2017 11:58 pm
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Posted by: SamXTherapy
Posted by: TheOwlsAreNotWhatTheySeem

As soon as I heard "the little girl who lived down the lane" I thought of the nursery rhyme, baa baa black sheep.  A story, of sorts, sung to young children. Is this any relevance to Audrey's mental state?! 

So did I.  We must be really innocent sorts.

Yes. I really feel that this is a reference to the nursery rhyme. She's searching for a way to explain that she feels helpless and (maybe) stuck in an fable-like story. 'I'm not me, I might even be this fictional character for all I know.' But the way she delivers the line is like she's half seriously asking Charlie because he's dictating the story that's going on.

At this point I'm leaning really heavily towards the idea she's in a strange kind of therapy. It wouldn't be the first time a husband has taken on their wife as a client. 

Can't wait to find out that the comment about Ghostwood means! 

https://aroundthedinnertabletheconversationislively.wordpress.com/

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Posted : 08/08/2017 11:58 pm
(@badalamenti-fan)
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Posted by: groovy-llama-fan

It's not hard to have actors from every Lynch movie in here when he has reused most of them multiple times. Let's cross-check: 

Eraserhead: Did Catherine Coulson do any acting in that on top of assistant directing? It might've been in 1 of the famed lost/deleted scenes.

Elephant Man:?

Dune: Kyle

Blue Velvet: Dern

Wild at Heart: Dern 

FWWM: Sheryl Lee

Lost Highway: "Red"

Straight story:?

Mulholland Dr.: Naomi

IE:Grace 

Not sure if this is helpful but here are some more returning cast members across Lynch's films.

Sheryl Lee appears briefly as the Good Witch in Wild at Heart. 

And Michael J. Anderson in both Twin Peaks and Mulholland Drive.

Patrick Fischler in Mulholland Drive and The Return. Ditto Rebekah del Rio.

Balthazar Getty in Lost Highway and The Return.

[Not holding out for a Bill Pullman/Patricia Arquette cameo but  ...  we'll see!]

Don't forget Everett McGill (Big Ed) in Dune (or, do and I wouldn't blame you).

Pretty sure the man with the cane in Part 12 was one of the interrogators in Inland Empire.

And Justin Theroux was in both Mulholland Drive and Inland Empire....

Ooh, and there's always the possibility of a Billy Ray Cyrus reprise... 

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Posted : 09/08/2017 12:56 am
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Posted by: Brandy Fisher

I'm still holding to the connection between The Little Girl Down Who Lived Down the Lane scene where she slips something in the guys drink, and how Anthony is trying to poison Dougie in the same way.

Plus theme of young girl subjected to (intended in that case) sexual abuse. Corruption of innocence. Dark things lurking in idyllic rural retreats.

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Posted : 09/08/2017 1:56 am
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And as soon as I heard "the little girl who lived down the lane", I immediately came to think of The Mad Hatter's song in The Care Bears Adventure in Wonderland. Except, in that song, it's "lives", not "lived".

Anyway, here it is (just 1 minutes and 43 seconds):

https://youtu.be/NpYEJx7PkWE

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Posted : 09/08/2017 7:29 am
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It's possible that their marriage is part of the story Charlie is telling.  In EP12, Audrey seemed to be the storyteller by bringing up Billy and saying she wanted a divorce.  In this episode she didn't have the power to tell the story.  She didn't know who she was.  Charlie is very fixed in the way he treats her, and offers her no comfort when she cries. 

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Posted : 09/08/2017 10:15 am
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I actually though Dougie was somehow going to switch the drinks and kill Tony.

In The Little Girl who Lived Down the Lane she poisons her own tea but the Perv thinks she is trying to poison him so switches cups with her to protect himself and ends up killing himself.

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Posted : 09/08/2017 10:56 am
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Posted by: Jeffery M. Thompson

I actually though Dougie was somehow going to switch the drinks and kill Tony.

In The Little Girl who Lived Down the Lane she poisons her own tea but the Perv thinks she is trying to poison him so switches cups with her to protect himself and ends up killing himself.

Exactly!  I thought something like that was going to happen.  Obviously not the same thing, but something would happen that would switch the cups.

But maybe I'm on the wrong path altogether.  Maybe it is about the nursery rhyme and not about the movie.

But wouldn't it be the craziest thing if Jodie Foster made a cameo.  😉

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Posted : 09/08/2017 12:10 pm
(@myn0k)
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Baa baa black sheep, have you any garmonbozia?

Yes sir, yes sir, three creamed corns. 

One for the master, one for the maid. 

And one for the doppelganger who punched out my brains. 

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Posted : 09/08/2017 1:05 pm
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Posted by: Brandy Fisher

I actually though Dougie was somehow going to switch the drinks and kill Tony.

DL knew you would expect this to happen...so 😉

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Posted : 09/08/2017 1:10 pm
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