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After this episode, does anyone still not convinced that the entire Audrey/Charlie scene takes place in her comatose dream??

No reference at all to her family, esp. Richard. The fact that she seems only able to interact with Charlie in all her scenes (while keeps ranting and forgetting about herself)  seem to prove that she hasn't really woken up yet.

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Posted : 20/08/2017 9:09 pm
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Posted by: Audrey Horne

After this episode, does anyone still not convinced that the entire Audrey/Charlie scene takes place in her comatose dream??

No reference at all to her family, esp. Richard. The fact that she seems only able to interact with Charlie in all her scenes (while keeps ranting and forgetting about herself)  seem to prove that she hasn't really woken up yet.

Yes and I know a lot of things have been repeated in their scenes (Roadhouse, Billy) but this scene I got the strange feeling that Charlie realllllllllly wants her to put on her coat.  Straight jacket perhaps????

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Posted : 20/08/2017 9:13 pm
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Posted by: Audrey Horne

After this episode, does anyone still not convinced that the entire Audrey/Charlie scene takes place in her comatose dream??

No reference at all to her family, esp. Richard. The fact that she seems only able to interact with Charlie in all her scenes (while keeps ranting and forgetting about herself)  seem to prove that she hasn't really woken up yet.

Also, did you notice the reference to "standing on the threshold "?

I immediately thought of "the dweller on the threshold ". 

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Posted : 20/08/2017 9:43 pm
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Posted by: Audrey Horne

After this episode, does anyone still not convinced that the entire Audrey/Charlie scene takes place in her comatose dream??

No reference at all to her family, esp. Richard. The fact that she seems only able to interact with Charlie in all her scenes (while keeps ranting and forgetting about herself)  seem to prove that she hasn't really woken up yet.

But how does Audrey know about Renee's husband Chuck?  I thought Chuck was Charlie, but it turns  out he's a real person.  How can Audrey know this if  she's in a coma? 

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Posted : 20/08/2017 9:48 pm
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Posted by: Audrey Horne

After this episode, does anyone still not convinced that the entire Audrey/Charlie scene takes place in her comatose dream??

No reference at all to her family, esp. Richard. The fact that she seems only able to interact with Charlie in all her scenes (while keeps ranting and forgetting about herself)  seem to prove that she hasn't really woken up yet.

Richard refers to her as "my mom." This suggests to me that he knows her better than a child knows a parent who is not and has never been awake for him. It implies something of a parent/child relationship.

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Posted : 20/08/2017 10:01 pm
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In real life, comas lasting months and years is very, very rare. 25 year coma? No.  Sure, it's a soap opera and television trope and thus COULD be the case in Twin Peaks but I just don't think so. 

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Posted : 20/08/2017 10:07 pm
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I get a feeling that these Audrey/Charlie scenes is a very obvious reference to all those cheap daytime soap operas, where two people just talk to eachother in a room, and the next time you see them, they are still in the same room talking about that very same thing. And so it goes on for several episodes in a row. Nothing happens. Just very drawn out dialogue to fill the episodes.

But when she attacked Charlie, I thought that two caretakers would jump up from behind and try to take her away from him. If she's not institutionalized, then she is indeed just rehearsing some dialogue from that soap opera she's in, but using real places and real names.

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Posted : 20/08/2017 10:41 pm
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Posted by: Audrey Horne

After this episode, does anyone still not convinced that the entire Audrey/Charlie scene takes place in her comatose dream??

No reference at all to her family, esp. Richard. The fact that she seems only able to interact with Charlie in all her scenes (while keeps ranting and forgetting about herself)  seem to prove that she hasn't really woken up yet.

No, that is not proof. Plenty of troubled people do not bring up their family. In part 15 we have verification Richard is her son. I suspect Mr. C. got her into bed AFTER she was out of the coma, and then she noticed Coop wasn't acting like himself and he took off. THAT may be the root of it.

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Posted : 20/08/2017 10:55 pm
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Posted by: Audrey Horne

After this episode, does anyone still not convinced that the entire Audrey/Charlie scene takes place in her comatose dream??

No reference at all to her family, esp. Richard. The fact that she seems only able to interact with Charlie in all her scenes (while keeps ranting and forgetting about herself)  seem to prove that she hasn't really woken up yet.

No, that is not proof. Plenty of troubled people do not bring up their family. In part 15 we have verification Richard is her son. I suspect Mr. C. got her into bed AFTER she was out of the coma, and then she noticed Coop wasn't acting like himself and he took off. THAT may be the root of it.

Eh, I don't think they would have dropped the clue about Bad Coop visiting Audrey while she was in a coma without it being the reason why she got pregnant.

Remember the info given to us: Audrey was in a coma after the bank explosion. 'Cooper' visited her at the hospital while she was in said coma. Not long afterward, Cooper was never seen or heard from again in Twin Peaks.

Coop wouldn't have been around when/if Audrey awoke from her coma.

 

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Posted : 20/08/2017 11:00 pm
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Posted by: Audrey Horne

After this episode, does anyone still not convinced that the entire Audrey/Charlie scene takes place in her comatose dream??

No reference at all to her family, esp. Richard. The fact that she seems only able to interact with Charlie in all her scenes (while keeps ranting and forgetting about herself)  seem to prove that she hasn't really woken up yet.

No, that is not proof. Plenty of troubled people do not bring up their family. In part 15 we have verification Richard is her son. I suspect Mr. C. got her into bed AFTER she was out of the coma, and then she noticed Coop wasn't acting like himself and he took off. THAT may be the root of it.

Eh, I don't think they would have dropped the clue about Bad Coop visiting Audrey while she was in a coma without it being the reason why she got pregnant.

Remember the info given to us: Audrey was in a coma after the bank explosion. 'Cooper' visited her at the hospital while she was in said coma. Not long afterward, Cooper was never seen or heard from again in Twin Peaks.

Coop wouldn't have been around when/if Audrey awoke from her coma.

 

I've been resistant to this theory,  because i don't want that to be the story of Audrey ? however after part 15, i agree with you Matthew. That information was given to us for a reason.

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Posted : 20/08/2017 11:08 pm
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Posted by: Audrey Horne

After this episode, does anyone still not convinced that the entire Audrey/Charlie scene takes place in her comatose dream??

No reference at all to her family, esp. Richard. The fact that she seems only able to interact with Charlie in all her scenes (while keeps ranting and forgetting about herself)  seem to prove that she hasn't really woken up yet.

No, that is not proof. Plenty of troubled people do not bring up their family. In part 15 we have verification Richard is her son. I suspect Mr. C. got her into bed AFTER she was out of the coma, and then she noticed Coop wasn't acting like himself and he took off. THAT may be the root of it.

Eh, I don't think they would have dropped the clue about Bad Coop visiting Audrey while she was in a coma without it being the reason why she got pregnant.

Remember the info given to us: Audrey was in a coma after the bank explosion. 'Cooper' visited her at the hospital while she was in said coma. Not long afterward, Cooper was never seen or heard from again in Twin Peaks.

Coop wouldn't have been around when/if Audrey awoke from her coma.

 

That was Doc's GUESS about why he had seen Cooper at the hospital. As I've said before, Mr. C. may have dropped in to end Annie's life so she didn't "tell any tales." Also Mr. C. could have secretly visited Audrey later without others learning about it. And someone else mentioned Richard spoke of his mother like he KNEW her, not as her being in a coma, and he had seen Cooper's picture there, why he recognized Mr. C. as "that FBI guy."

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Posted : 20/08/2017 11:14 pm
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Posted by: Audrey Horne

After this episode, does anyone still not convinced that the entire Audrey/Charlie scene takes place in her comatose dream??

No reference at all to her family, esp. Richard. The fact that she seems only able to interact with Charlie in all her scenes (while keeps ranting and forgetting about herself)  seem to prove that she hasn't really woken up yet.

Yeah, I've thought from the first Audrey scene, that it was not real.  Based on what was said, how things were said, and the look of the scenes.  Not sure if it means she is still in a coma or just inflicted with some severe mental problems but I do believe that her scenes are in her mind.  As with most Lynch stuff, trying to figure out what is real and what isn't is the big question. ( I also think that many if not most of the Roadhouse scenes are not real as well)

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Posted : 20/08/2017 11:16 pm
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Posted by: Audrey Horne

After this episode, does anyone still not convinced that the entire Audrey/Charlie scene takes place in her comatose dream??

No reference at all to her family, esp. Richard. The fact that she seems only able to interact with Charlie in all her scenes (while keeps ranting and forgetting about herself)  seem to prove that she hasn't really woken up yet.

No, that is not proof. Plenty of troubled people do not bring up their family. In part 15 we have verification Richard is her son. I suspect Mr. C. got her into bed AFTER she was out of the coma, and then she noticed Coop wasn't acting like himself and he took off. THAT may be the root of it.

Eh, I don't think they would have dropped the clue about Bad Coop visiting Audrey while she was in a coma without it being the reason why she got pregnant.

Remember the info given to us: Audrey was in a coma after the bank explosion. 'Cooper' visited her at the hospital while she was in said coma. Not long afterward, Cooper was never seen or heard from again in Twin Peaks.

Coop wouldn't have been around when/if Audrey awoke from her coma.

 

I've been resistant to this theory,  because i don't want that to be the story of Audrey ? however after part 15, i agree with you Matthew. That information was given to us for a reason.

I'm hoping Bad Coop didn't do the unthinkable.  I was disappointed to have affirmation that Richard was hers (was hoping he was Donna's).  Now I'm holding out that the pilot guy she lost her virginity to in the original series is the father.

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Posted : 20/08/2017 11:29 pm
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What I took from the scene was confirmation that Charlie is, in fact, her husband. 

He's also a condescending dick of a man, and she's clearly in some kind of psychological turmoil.

Also, Audrey's probably too scared to go out at night on her own or never really learned how to drive (which might be related to the previously mentioned psychological condition), but she did have an affair with this man called Billy who has been missing for a couple of days, and the last person to see him was Chuck, Renée's husband, who just got his ass whooped by green-gardening-glove-man. 

It seems way more straightforward than y'all make it to be, honestly. 

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Posted : 20/08/2017 11:59 pm
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Posted by: Audrey Horne

After this episode, does anyone still not convinced that the entire Audrey/Charlie scene takes place in her comatose dream??

No reference at all to her family, esp. Richard. The fact that she seems only able to interact with Charlie in all her scenes (while keeps ranting and forgetting about herself)  seem to prove that she hasn't really woken up yet.

No, that is not proof. Plenty of troubled people do not bring up their family. In part 15 we have verification Richard is her son. I suspect Mr. C. got her into bed AFTER she was out of the coma, and then she noticed Coop wasn't acting like himself and he took off. THAT may be the root of it.

This could explain why Ben said Richard grew up without a father. If Audrey was in a coma and pregnant, Ben would have informed Wheeler, and he does not strike me as a guy who would abandon Audrey (not knowing it was Mr. C's child).  

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