Cooper's dream  

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(@esther)
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Everything what did happened in FBI, (16 february in Philadelfia), the scene with Gordon, Albert, the appearance of Jeffries was only the dream of Agent Cooper. So, Gordon and Albert were in the Cooper's dream. And now they both remember this like they were there , this is their common memory. (sorry for my english). Don't you think?

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Posted : 14/08/2017 5:13 am
(@esther)
Lodger

so in this moment "the dreamer" was Cooper - and Albert and Gordon don't even know that that was only dream, they were in someone's dream. 

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Posted : 14/08/2017 7:28 am
(@fishinthepercolator)
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I think this dream thing, as in many of Lynch's works, might be the key to the whole Twin Peaks universe (original show, FWWM, return) and it could give better hints to some other of Lynch's movies, like Eraserhead, Mulholland Drive and maybe even Lost Highway.

Now the question is, who is the dreamer? Is it Cooper? He's had his fair share of dreams, but the most important one seems to be the one he mentions in FWWM. That would mean that Jeffries pointed at him not necessarily because he saw his doppelganger in the Lodge, as many people (like me) have always believed, but maybe because he went to the place where the people maneuvering and pulling the lever (like the man on the planet in Eraserhead) of the dreams are ("I've been to one of their meetings") and he saw that the dream we live in ("It was a dream. We live inside a dream") was Coop's.

Or is it Jeffries? Or maybe Gordon? Or reality is the result of all those dreams put together? After all, Monica Bellucci says WE are like the dreamer.

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Posted : 14/08/2017 10:12 am
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Posted by: Fishinthepercolator

I think this dream thing, as in many of Lynch's works, might be the key to the whole Twin Peaks universe (original show, FWWM, return) and it could give better hints to some other of Lynch's movies, like Eraserhead, Mulholland Drive and maybe even Lost Highway.

Now the question is, who is the dreamer? Is it Cooper? He's had his fair share of dreams, but the most important one seems to be the one he mentions in FWWM. That would mean that Jeffries pointed at him not necessarily because he saw his doppelganger in the Lodge, as many people (like me) have always believed, but maybe because he went to the place where the people maneuvering and pulling the lever (like the man on the planet in Eraserhead) of the dreams are ("I've been to one of their meetings") and he saw that the dream we live in ("It was a dream. We live inside a dream") was Coop's.

Or is it Jeffries? Or maybe Gordon? Or reality is the result of all those dreams put together? After all, Monica Bellucci says WE are like the dreamer.

Massive climax in your questions. I like it!

I feel the fact Gordon couldn't see Cooper's eyes means something.  And i wouldn't be surprised if Dougie will have (be inside) the same dream next week

After the first time watching Inland Empire i was in shock and imagining a reality in which one dream is inside another and so on like Russian matryoshkas. Your question made me think back to that one!

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Posted : 14/08/2017 11:51 am
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