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(@buttercup)
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I'm worried.  If the ending is happy in LV, then the ending will not be happy in TP.  I know, I know - Lynch doesn't do happy.  That's why I'm worried. 

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Posted : 15/08/2017 6:32 pm
(@mj_gilbert)
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Posted by: Ric Bissell
Posted by: MJ Gilbert

(although, let's admit it- the TP Sheriff's department has never really gotten on top of the youth drug epidemic).

Hi MJ,

But, then again, who has, MJ?  

😉

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The key is to stop being young. Works for me.

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Posted : 15/08/2017 10:28 pm
(@karen_paynter)
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Posted by: MJ Gilbert
Posted by: René-Gilles Deberdt
Posted by: buttercup

Why didn't Sheriff Truman tell Gordon about Cooper's key?  When he hung up I was yelling, "Tell him about the key." 

Maybe they don't know where the key came from. And even then, story-wise, the key was only needed to link TP to LV, and now that Cole is headed to LV and knows about Dougie, it's not as important.

(Plus, I have a vibe that Sheriff Truman is 'only there to help out while his brother is sick'... Maybe he didn't work in the force originally, and never did proper investigation work? I don't know.)

Gotta think that Sheriffin' is something more than a temp position, and Frank generally seems to know what he is doing (although, let's admit it- the TP Sheriff's department has never really gotten on top of the youth drug epidemic). To whatever extent it "counts", I think the Secret History says more about Frank's background in the profession.

He may have had that job in another town, and got clearance to take over for Harry in TP.

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Posted : 15/08/2017 11:38 pm
(@mj_gilbert)
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Posted by: Karen
Posted by: MJ Gilbert
Posted by: René-Gilles Deberdt
Posted by: buttercup

Why didn't Sheriff Truman tell Gordon about Cooper's key?  When he hung up I was yelling, "Tell him about the key." 

Maybe they don't know where the key came from. And even then, story-wise, the key was only needed to link TP to LV, and now that Cole is headed to LV and knows about Dougie, it's not as important.

(Plus, I have a vibe that Sheriff Truman is 'only there to help out while his brother is sick'... Maybe he didn't work in the force originally, and never did proper investigation work? I don't know.)

Gotta think that Sheriffin' is something more than a temp position, and Frank generally seems to know what he is doing (although, let's admit it- the TP Sheriff's department has never really gotten on top of the youth drug epidemic). To whatever extent it "counts", I think the Secret History says more about Frank's background in the profession.

He may have had that job in another town, and got clearance to take over for Harry in TP.

If I recollect my secret history (which I might not), their father was also a sheriff. Sheriffing runs in the family.

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Posted : 16/08/2017 12:00 am
(@mj_gilbert)
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Posted by: Karen
Posted by: MJ Gilbert
Posted by: René-Gilles Deberdt
Posted by: buttercup

Why didn't Sheriff Truman tell Gordon about Cooper's key?  When he hung up I was yelling, "Tell him about the key." 

Maybe they don't know where the key came from. And even then, story-wise, the key was only needed to link TP to LV, and now that Cole is headed to LV and knows about Dougie, it's not as important.

(Plus, I have a vibe that Sheriff Truman is 'only there to help out while his brother is sick'... Maybe he didn't work in the force originally, and never did proper investigation work? I don't know.)

Gotta think that Sheriffin' is something more than a temp position, and Frank generally seems to know what he is doing (although, let's admit it- the TP Sheriff's department has never really gotten on top of the youth drug epidemic). To whatever extent it "counts", I think the Secret History says more about Frank's background in the profession.

He may have had that job in another town, and got clearance to take over for Harry in TP.

If I recollect my secret history (which I might not), their father was also a sheriff. Sheriffing runs in the family.

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Posted : 16/08/2017 12:00 am
(@karen_paynter)
Deputy
Posted by: MJ Gilbert
Posted by: Karen
Posted by: MJ Gilbert
Posted by: René-Gilles Deberdt
Posted by: buttercup

Why didn't Sheriff Truman tell Gordon about Cooper's key?  When he hung up I was yelling, "Tell him about the key." 

Maybe they don't know where the key came from. And even then, story-wise, the key was only needed to link TP to LV, and now that Cole is headed to LV and knows about Dougie, it's not as important.

(Plus, I have a vibe that Sheriff Truman is 'only there to help out while his brother is sick'... Maybe he didn't work in the force originally, and never did proper investigation work? I don't know.)

Gotta think that Sheriffin' is something more than a temp position, and Frank generally seems to know what he is doing (although, let's admit it- the TP Sheriff's department has never really gotten on top of the youth drug epidemic). To whatever extent it "counts", I think the Secret History says more about Frank's background in the profession.

He may have had that job in another town, and got clearance to take over for Harry in TP.

If I recollect my secret history (which I might not), their father was also a sheriff. Sheriffing runs in the family.

Unless it comes up somewhere on the show, that could be one of MF's ideas that David Lynch wasn't interested in for the script.

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Posted : 16/08/2017 12:18 am
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