Breakdown of the Episode  

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(@yambag021)
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I didn't take notes but I'll go by what I remember. Jump in and comment with whatever you got from that. I may be a little all over lol.

 

1. So we saw the store from episode 8. What in the hell was that place? 

2. Coop seemed like he may be good coop after all? What the hell was "Jeffries"? Anyone want to elaborate on that scene more? Seems like a lot went down but some may have went over my head.

3. Who is the girl Jeffries mentioned?

4. Coop didn't kill billy. Is it possibly his son and he knows it?

5. James scene was good. You knew what was coming and it was still great. He (green glove)has to confront bad coop, right?

6. Log lady scene. Cryptic and I assume she referring to bad coop, right? Rip log lady.

7. You saw the vision Andy had consoling Lucy I think.

8. Audrey scene. Feels like another waste....Until we find out wtf is going on there.

9. Dougie. Did the movie say "get gordon Cole" and made him go to the outlet? I hate being on the weekly "coopnis gonna snap out of it" but I think he will when we see him next.

10. Bar scene, I think that girl was in the red room at some point and the lights gave her a flashback. Thoughts?

I ripped the show pretty hard for the first 2/3, but so far the last 1/3 has been fantastic. Here's hoping the ending finishes out on the same note its been on.

 

 

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Posted : 20/08/2017 9:07 pm
(@yambag021)
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Ooorrrrrr don't discuss......

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Posted : 20/08/2017 9:39 pm
(@annieblackburn)
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Just one note: I think the entire episode was BRILLIANT...again.  This was a marvelous follow-up to the last one.  Lynch is really back on target!

1. The "store" is the legendary Convenience Store that is referred to in Season 1 of original TP, Coop's dream.  Mike and Bob are talking back and forth.  I don't have original dialogue, but I think Philip Gerard (Mike) says, "I think you say....convenience store.  We lived above it.  I mean it like it is.  And like it sounds." This is before Mike saw the face of God and was purified, than took the whole arm off, which became the killer, along with Bob.  It of course was brought to "life" in Season 3, ep. 8.  A number of us were critical, saying, where's the 2nd floor? Well, now we see the 2nd floor is magical, as is the whole convenience store.

2. I know there's some sentiment growing about Coops changing in and out, but I don't think so.  So far, I have no reason to believe that Evil Cooper isn't anything but Evil. The manifestation of Jeffries was a challenge because I've read that David Bowie was supposed to reprise his role, but he became too sick to film.  So I think it was supposed to be some iteration of that white mask with the extremely long nose that was shown in FWWM.  This, oddly enough, was the type of mask worn by at least Venetian doctors during the Great Plague.

Douglas Jones moved like a cobra!

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Posted : 20/08/2017 9:39 pm
(@annieblackburn)
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3. Jeffries originally mentioned Judy in that myseterious scene when he bursts in the Philadelphia FBI offices in FWWM.  None of us ever knew who Judy was. Evil Coop obviously doesn't know who Judy was or is, either.

4. You must be talking about Richard Horne.  No, Evil Coop didn't kill him. It's downright likely that Richard is his son, based on Dr. Hayward's Skype discussion with Frank Truman. Evil Cooper isn't stupid, I'm sure it's dawned on him.  But I doubt that he was motivated by any paternal feelings.  I doubt he has anything good in him whatsoever.  I thought perhaps Richard knew when he was in the Farm warehouse in MT, but he obviously doesn't know.

7. I don't know what to make of the White Lodge scene where Andy views his scene with Lucy.  I find that very mysterious and odd.

9. Yes, the clip was from Sunset Boulevard, and there is a minor character named Gordon Cole.  This is where Lynch got the inspiration to name his character GC.  I think we've already witnessed Coop's transformation.  I have to watch again, but did you see his face when he heard the name Gordon Cole?  He absolutely positively recognized it.  I posted my own topic about whether he killed himself or not, and one responder on the thread said they felt sticking the fork in the socket was his way of getting himself out of that "life".  Either way, I think Cooper may very well be back to Coop!

10. I've already seen some posts on here that posit that the young lady at the Roadhouse may actually be Naido.  We've seen stranger, right?  🙂

Douglas Jones moved like a cobra!

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Posted : 20/08/2017 9:48 pm
(@matthew_gladney)
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Posted by: Annie Blackburn

Just one note: I think the entire episode was BRILLIANT...again.  This was a marvelous follow-up to the last one.  Lynch is really back on target!

1. The "store" is the legendary Convenience Store that is referred to in Season 1 of original TP, Coop's dream.  Mike and Bob are talking back and forth.  I don't have original dialogue, but I think Philip Gerard (Mike) says, "I think you say....convenience store.  We lived above it.  I mean it like it is.  And like it sounds." This is before Mike saw the face of God and was purified, than took the whole arm off, which became the killer, along with Bob.  It of course was brought to "life" in Season 3, ep. 8.  A number of us were critical, saying, where's the 2nd floor? Well, now we see the 2nd floor is magical, as is the whole convenience store.

2. I know there's some sentiment growing about Coops changing in and out, but I don't think so.  So far, I have no reason to believe that Evil Cooper isn't anything but Evil. The manifestation of Jeffries was a challenge because I've read that David Bowie was supposed to reprise his role, but he became too sick to film.  So I think it was supposed to be some iteration of that white mask with the extremely long nose that was shown in FWWM.  This, oddly enough, was the type of mask worn by at least Venetian doctors during the Great Plague.

1. And, of course, the "above a convenience store" scene talked about by Phillip Jeffries in FWWM.

2. Isn't that the mast of the Jumping Man? We caught a glimpse of him tonight. He's not Phillip Jeffries.

 

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Posted : 20/08/2017 9:50 pm
(@yambag021)
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I can't edit my post 🙁

 

Yea I meant Richard. That's like the third time ive called Richard billy.

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Posted : 20/08/2017 10:19 pm
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