Diane and Janey Evans  

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Just like Good Coop (now lives inside of Dougie) and Bad Coop (Mr C), are the two sisters represent the mirror opposite of one's personality, good vs evil?

Diane is the older, worldly, fool mouthed sister who actually cares about Coop's well being and is actually trying to find his whereabouts by searching for the coordinates, albeit breaking a lot of rules in doing so?

While Janey is the younger sister, model suburban wife persona, who  actually hates/does not care about Dougie but cares about his $$$$ and the stuffs that comes with it, e.g., the new car, new toys for her son, etc?

Duality seems to be a recurring theme in "Twin Peaks." Are the personalities of Diane vs Janey another reflection of this theme?

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Posted : 14/08/2017 1:37 am
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With Janey's relations to Diane now established, does anyone seem more convince that the Vegas scene and all the characters created in it are all fiction and only exist in someone's dream likely a comatose Coop, who personalizes himself in Dougie, Diane in Janey-E, Laura in Candie, etc. ?

Or do you have other ideas about what do the Vegas scenes/characters represent?

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Posted : 14/08/2017 1:41 am
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Posted by: Audrey Horne

With Janey's relations to Diane now established, does anyone seem more convince that the Vegas scene and all the characters created in it are all fiction and only exist in someone's dream likely a comatose Coop, who personalizes himself in Dougie, Diane in Janey-E, Laura in Candie, etc. ?

Or do you have other ideas about what do the Vegas scenes/characters represent?

I have no theories yet.  I'm still reverberating from the unexpected reaction I had to the news.  It had not occurred to me even for an instant, so when Diane dropped the item, it hit me like a bomb.  The possibilities of what happened between them, and what Diane potentially knows now, but isn't letting on are flying in my head.  

Did Diane say all she knows?

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Posted : 14/08/2017 1:56 am
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Posted by: Audrey Horne

With Janey's relations to Diane now established, does anyone seem more convince that the Vegas scene and all the characters created in it are all fiction and only exist in someone's dream likely a comatose Coop, who personalizes himself in Dougie, Diane in Janey-E, Laura in Candie, etc. ?

Or do you have other ideas about what do the Vegas scenes/characters represent?

I have no theories yet.  I'm still reverberating from the unexpected reaction I had to the news.  It had not occurred to me even for an instant, so when Diane dropped the item, it hit me like a bomb.  The possibilities of what happened between them, and what Diane potentially knows now, but isn't letting on are flying in my head.  

Did Diane say all she knows?

Explains why Mr. C. asked her if they were asking about Vegas, yet. Possibly still a set-up. I dunno. 

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Posted : 14/08/2017 2:00 am
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I'm just hoping for a Dern/Watts face to face in the final 4 eps

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Posted : 14/08/2017 2:05 am
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Posted by: Audrey Horne

With Janey's relations to Diane now established, does anyone seem more convince that the Vegas scene and all the characters created in it are all fiction and only exist in someone's dream likely a comatose Coop, who personalizes himself in Dougie, Diane in Janey-E, Laura in Candie, etc. ?

Or do you have other ideas about what do the Vegas scenes/characters represent?

I have no theories yet.  I'm still reverberating from the unexpected reaction I had to the news.  It had not occurred to me even for an instant, so when Diane dropped the item, it hit me like a bomb.  The possibilities of what happened between them, and what Diane potentially knows now, but isn't letting on are flying in my head.  

Did Diane say all she knows?

Explains why Mr. C. asked her if they were asking about Vegas, yet. Possibly still a set-up. I dunno. 

I KNEW IT!

That's why I didn't trust Diane. Ok, not for certain, but what else would Diane have to say about Vegas. She knows stuff.  

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Posted : 14/08/2017 2:06 am
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Explains why Mr. C. asked her if they were asking about Vegas, yet. Possibly still a set-up. I dunno. 

Perhaps "Vegas " is a  universe/world created by Mr C to prevent Good Coop from actually escaping from the Black Lodge. It is an artificial, make believe world, designed to trap Good Coop (in Dougie's form) in an impossible scenario that he would not be resolved on his own without his character Dougie being killed (hence why is everyone from Duncan Todd, Ike the Spike, the Mitchum Brothers, etc. seek him out to kill him),

Once Dougie is finally killed in "Vegas" universe, this will result in Good Coop being sent back to the Black Lodge and this time, killed for good by the inhabitants/the Arm. If Good Coop is killed, then Mr C could inhibit Coop's comatose body and inhibit it for the rest of his lives.

Somehow Mr C share the knowledge with DIane, who was actually working for someone else (Jeffries or MIKE) to help Coop to escape to the real world and awake him from the coma as the Good Coop that we all know.

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Posted : 14/08/2017 2:10 am
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Are sure she isn't just lying to take Them in Vegas? We never saw Cooper sending the last message about Vegas either.  In fact he got phones after Diane receive it.  

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Posted : 14/08/2017 5:01 am
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I guess Diane was told that something was going on in Vegas, but not what exactly. Now she hears that her half-sister is involved, that sheds a different light on things... 

Furthermore, I think that Diane is aching to tell about her night with Mr. C, but she is just to scared about the consequences of doing so, because Mr. C has threatened her to not tell anything... 

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Posted : 14/08/2017 5:23 am
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Posted by: Maurice Dumont

I guess Diane was told that something was going on in Vegas, but not what exactly. Now she hears that her half-sister is involved, that sheds a different light on things... 

Furthermore, I think that Diane is aching to tell about her night with Mr. C, but she is just to scared about the consequences of doing so, because Mr. C has threatened her to not tell anything... 

This naive vision of Diane is very unlikely to me.  Your sister has been married to a clone of your boss for how many?12 years?  And you don't know a sh*t about it? No way.

She's involved

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Posted : 14/08/2017 6:24 am
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Posted by: Audrey Horne

With Janey's relations to Diane now established, does anyone seem more convince that the Vegas scene and all the characters created in it are all fiction and only exist in someone's dream likely a comatose Coop, who personalizes himself in Dougie, Diane in Janey-E, Laura in Candie, etc. ?

Or do you have other ideas about what do the Vegas scenes/characters represent?

For me it's the other way around. The revelation (if true) that Diane and Janey E are half sisters convinced me that the events in Vegas  is real, as she now has a "connection" with a real person. 

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Posted : 15/08/2017 11:03 am
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Not only that, but now everything is grounded, regarding the timeline: we have a phone call that's linked to Twin Peaks (and we know when it happens), Buckhorn (same), and Las Vegas (although we don't know where Dougie's at.)

I know, it's more important to know when the first few days of the show happen re: Twin Peaks, but at least now we're less likely to get timeline issues. AND it confirms that every 'area' and storyline is true, not imagined. Episode 14 actually did a lot of work towards confirming that...

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Posted : 15/08/2017 11:18 am
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