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Posted by: 100monkeys
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 😉

The question I've been asking is why Dougie focussed on trying to clean up the guy's dandruff. 

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Posted : 09/08/2017 1:12 pm Brandy Fisher liked
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I don't think he was trying to clean it up.  I think he was just fascinated by it and was playing with it.

*gag*

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Posted : 09/08/2017 1:29 pm Annie Blackburn liked
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Posted by: Brandy Fisher

I don't think he was trying to clean it up.  I think he was just fascinated by it and was playing with it.

*gag*

 

I dunno, sprinkle a little on your Bolognese...

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Posted : 09/08/2017 1:52 pm Brandy Fisher liked
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Dude, I'm about to have a Mr. C in his car along the highway moment.

Still one of the all time greatest vomit scenes in history.

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Posted : 09/08/2017 1:53 pm Jack and Myn0k liked
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Posted by: Brandy Fisher

Dude, I'm about to have a Mr. C in his car along the highway moment.

Still one of the all time greatest vomit scenes in history.

I can't think of many. Other than that Bad Taste scene...

 

 

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Posted : 09/08/2017 1:55 pm
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Posted by: Myn0k
Posted by: Brandy Fisher

Dude, I'm about to have a Mr. C in his car along the highway moment.

Still one of the all time greatest vomit scenes in history.

I can't think of many. Other than that Bad Taste scene...

 

 

Terry Jones in Monty Python's The Meaning of Life 🙂

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Posted : 09/08/2017 2:06 pm Jeffery M. Thompson and Brandy Fisher liked
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Posted by: Myn0k
Posted by: Brandy Fisher

Dude, I'm about to have a Mr. C in his car along the highway moment.

Still one of the all time greatest vomit scenes in history.

I can't think of many. Other than that Bad Taste scene...

 

 

"The Exorcist" beats them all...  🙂

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Posted : 09/08/2017 2:31 pm
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Posted by: Myn0k
Posted by: Brandy Fisher

Dude, I'm about to have a Mr. C in his car along the highway moment.

Still one of the all time greatest vomit scenes in history.

I can't think of many. Other than that Bad Taste scene...

 

 

"The Exorcist" beats them all...  🙂

The exorcist vomit scene was very poignant and important to the history of horror films and was very entertaining and will be talked about and referred to for evermore.  But it did not make me start to gag and have to look away like Mr. C's (and Dougie's for that matter) vomit scenes.

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Posted : 09/08/2017 2:34 pm
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Posted by: Brandy Fisher

I don't think he was trying to clean it up.  I think he was just fascinated by it and was playing with it.

*gag*

I thought that it reminded him of the stars from when he was hurling through non-existance and he was drawn to it. 

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Posted : 09/08/2017 5:26 pm Annie Blackburn liked
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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?! 

Hi Owls,

Baa, baa, Black Lodge

Have you any Dales?

Yes sir, yes sir,

Three different tales

One for the hero

One for BOB's pain

And one for the little girl

Who lives down the lane.

(with apologies to Tommy Thumbs Pretty Song-Book.  But after all, where we're from the birds sing a pretty song, and there's always music in the air 😉

- /< /\ /> -

That's strange - even for Cooper

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Posted : 09/08/2017 6:13 pm Brandy Fisher and KLynched liked
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When I heard the phrase "The little girl who lived down the lane" I immediately thought of Laura. Of course her house stands in a place much grander than a simple lane, and Audrey lived in the Great Northern (still does?) so she was not Laura's neighbour, but from the point of view of grown-up and brain-addled Audrey, Laura would be forever a "little girl". In "The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer" Laura often refers to herself as such, and some of her most disreputable acquaintances (Jacques, BOB) call her that. After all, Laura Is The One for many of the characters.

It makes me think also of Sarah Palmer, but it's even more of a stretch, though Sarah sometimes shows a litte girl's attitude of fear and confusion. "Lived down the lane" echoes for me a sensation of isolation, of an old loss, of sad, poignant childhood memories.

Re: Lynch actors:

Jurgen Prochnow was Duke Leto in "Dune", and one of the Woodsmen in "Fire Walk With Me" and "The Missing Pieces".

P.S. I hope BOB doesn't come tonight.

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Posted : 11/08/2017 5:27 am Jeffery M. Thompson and Annie Blackburn liked
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My film school friend says the phrase reminds him of the old Scandinavian story about a girl who was murdered and her parents take revenge on her killer. It was the basis for the Ingmar Bergman film Virgin Spring (1960) and later horror films like Last House on the Left

is that the story? Is it?

 

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