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(@buttercup)
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I honestly don't know what to think.  My mind goes from expecting her story line to be done, to thinking that she has a far more important role to play.  I keep coming back to the fact that Sherilyn Fenn was unhappy with her plot line.  Maybe there's a hint there.

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Posted : 28/08/2017 10:05 pm
(@mj_gilbert)
Deputy
Posted by: SamXTherapy

Them there padded cells are strange places.  I had to work in one once, when I was doing some casual work for a building contractor.

Regulations state they have to be locked when occupied, even if the occupant is not a patient.  So, yes, I really was locked in a padded cell for a while.

Didn't do me any harm though.  Bibble hatstand.

Oh, I have (in a professional capacity) been in all kinds of state hospitals and facilities for committed folks, including folks committed as Mentally Ill and Dangerous.

Granted, this is fiction, but she was in a place that is very white. I have never been in a facility that was, by any stretch of the imagination, white.

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Posted : 28/08/2017 10:14 pm
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(@b-randy)
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Posted by: MJ Gilbert
Posted by: SamXTherapy

Them there padded cells are strange places.  I had to work in one once, when I was doing some casual work for a building contractor.

Regulations state they have to be locked when occupied, even if the occupant is not a patient.  So, yes, I really was locked in a padded cell for a while.

Didn't do me any harm though.  Bibble hatstand.

Oh, I have (in a professional capacity) been in all kinds of state hospitals and facilities for committed folks, including folks committed as Mentally Ill and Dangerous.

Granted, this is fiction, but she was in a place that is very white. I have never been in a facility that was, by any stretch of the imagination, white.

Oooooh, I'm getting closer MJ.  🙂

Maybe it's a very new facility that isn't all  nasty and dingy yet.

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Posted : 28/08/2017 10:16 pm
(@mikeh72)
RR Diner Patron
Posted by: MJ Gilbert

Granted, this is fiction, but she was in a place that is very white. I have never been in a facility that was, by any stretch of the imagination, white.

Plus, she apparently is wearing a white gown....

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Posted : 28/08/2017 10:26 pm
(@twinpeaks_fan)
Dweller

I definitely feel there is more to Audrey's storyline. I still can't seem to figure out how, if Audrey is locked up, does she know about Billy being missing and a story with Tina?

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Posted : 28/08/2017 10:46 pm
(@samxtherapy)
Detective
Posted by: MJ Gilbert
Posted by: SamXTherapy

Them there padded cells are strange places.  I had to work in one once, when I was doing some casual work for a building contractor.

Regulations state they have to be locked when occupied, even if the occupant is not a patient.  So, yes, I really was locked in a padded cell for a while.

Didn't do me any harm though.  Bibble hatstand.

Oh, I have (in a professional capacity) been in all kinds of state hospitals and facilities for committed folks, including folks committed as Mentally Ill and Dangerous.

Granted, this is fiction, but she was in a place that is very white. I have never been in a facility that was, by any stretch of the imagination, white.

The one I was in very definitely was white.  Everything.  Even the window, which had a great big white sheet of riot shield plastic screwed down over it.

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Posted : 28/08/2017 10:55 pm
(@b-randy)
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Posted by: SamXTherapy
Posted by: MJ Gilbert
Posted by: SamXTherapy

Them there padded cells are strange places.  I had to work in one once, when I was doing some casual work for a building contractor.

Regulations state they have to be locked when occupied, even if the occupant is not a patient.  So, yes, I really was locked in a padded cell for a while.

Didn't do me any harm though.  Bibble hatstand.

Oh, I have (in a professional capacity) been in all kinds of state hospitals and facilities for committed folks, including folks committed as Mentally Ill and Dangerous.

Granted, this is fiction, but she was in a place that is very white. I have never been in a facility that was, by any stretch of the imagination, white.

The one I was in very definitely was white.  Everything.  Even the window, which had a great big white sheet of riot shield plastic screwed down over it.

Sounds super fun!  Where do I sign up?

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Posted : 28/08/2017 10:58 pm
(@roberto_bella)
Roadhouse Regular

Re: Coop possibly saving Audrey, he doesn't necessarily know anything about what BadCoop did to her, or Diane, or the existence of Richard. In his time back on earth it's likely he only has his memories as Dougie and his life before the lodge. If anything, his first question should be, "How's Annie?"  :->

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Posted : 29/08/2017 12:06 am
(@samxtherapy)
Detective
Posted by: Brandy Fisher
Posted by: SamXTherapy
Posted by: MJ Gilbert
Posted by: SamXTherapy

Them there padded cells are strange places.  I had to work in one once, when I was doing some casual work for a building contractor.

Regulations state they have to be locked when occupied, even if the occupant is not a patient.  So, yes, I really was locked in a padded cell for a while.

Didn't do me any harm though.  Bibble hatstand.

Oh, I have (in a professional capacity) been in all kinds of state hospitals and facilities for committed folks, including folks committed as Mentally Ill and Dangerous.

Granted, this is fiction, but she was in a place that is very white. I have never been in a facility that was, by any stretch of the imagination, white.

The one I was in very definitely was white.  Everything.  Even the window, which had a great big white sheet of riot shield plastic screwed down over it.

Sounds super fun!  Where do I sign up?

It's not fun but the money was good.  Free transport and meals, double pay for night shift, extra for me being foreman.

Didn't get to see my (then) wife much but we weren't too happy together anyhow, so it could have been a plus.

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Posted : 29/08/2017 12:10 am
(@samxtherapy)
Detective
Posted by: Roberto Bella

Re: Coop possibly saving Audrey, he doesn't necessarily know anything about what BadCoop did to her, or Diane, or the existence of Richard. In his time back on earth it's likely he only has his memories as Dougie and his life before the lodge. If anything, his first question should be, "How's Annie?"  :->

Maybe the Fireman updated him.  In his own unique, impenetrable way, that is.  Between the Fireman and Mike, though, I think Coop was up to date with things.  Once he'd woken up, of course.  Even Mike looked a little miffed it'd taken so long.

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Posted : 29/08/2017 12:12 am
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(@b-randy)
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Posted by: SamXTherapy
Posted by: Brandy Fisher
Posted by: SamXTherapy
Posted by: MJ Gilbert
Posted by: SamXTherapy

Them there padded cells are strange places.  I had to work in one once, when I was doing some casual work for a building contractor.

Regulations state they have to be locked when occupied, even if the occupant is not a patient.  So, yes, I really was locked in a padded cell for a while.

Didn't do me any harm though.  Bibble hatstand.

Oh, I have (in a professional capacity) been in all kinds of state hospitals and facilities for committed folks, including folks committed as Mentally Ill and Dangerous.

Granted, this is fiction, but she was in a place that is very white. I have never been in a facility that was, by any stretch of the imagination, white.

The one I was in very definitely was white.  Everything.  Even the window, which had a great big white sheet of riot shield plastic screwed down over it.

Sounds super fun!  Where do I sign up?

It's not fun but the money was good.  Free transport and meals, double pay for night shift, extra for me being foreman.

Didn't get to see my (then) wife much but we weren't too happy together anyhow, so it could have been a plus.

Ah so in a professional capacity not a client based one.

I worked at a lick down facility for teenage girls.  It was not white, or clean, or sanitary in the least. Teenagers are dirty.

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Posted : 29/08/2017 12:15 am
(@caoimhin)
Detective
Posted by: SamXTherapy
Posted by: Roberto Bella

Re: Coop possibly saving Audrey, he doesn't necessarily know anything about what BadCoop did to her, or Diane, or the existence of Richard. In his time back on earth it's likely he only has his memories as Dougie and his life before the lodge. If anything, his first question should be, "How's Annie?"  :->

Maybe the Fireman updated him.  In his own unique, impenetrable way, that is.  Between the Fireman and Mike, though, I think Coop was up to date with things.  Once he'd woken up, of course.  Even Mike looked a little miffed it'd taken so long.

He certainly did. "!yllaniF"

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Posted : 29/08/2017 12:17 am
(@michangelina)
RR Diner Patron
Posted by: SamXTherapy
Posted by: Roberto Bella

Re: Coop possibly saving Audrey, he doesn't necessarily know anything about what BadCoop did to her, or Diane, or the existence of Richard. In his time back on earth it's likely he only has his memories as Dougie and his life before the lodge. If anything, his first question should be, "How's Annie?"  :->

Maybe the Fireman updated him.  In his own unique, impenetrable way, that is.  Between the Fireman and Mike, though, I think Coop was up to date with things.  Once he'd woken up, of course.  Even Mike looked a little miffed it'd taken so long.

LMFAO!! Yes , when he said Finally!! I couldn't help but laugh.. he looked as aggravated as I felt.. 

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Topic starter Posted : 29/08/2017 1:06 am
(@dobbshead)
Roadhouse Regular
Posted by: Brandy Fisher
Posted by: SamXTherapy
Posted by: Brandy Fisher
Posted by: SamXTherapy
Posted by: MJ Gilbert
Posted by: SamXTherapy

 

Ah so in a professional capacity not a client based one.

I worked at a lick down facility for teenage girls.  It was not white, or clean, or sanitary in the least. Teenagers are dirty.

Oh my god.  Between a lick down facility for dirty teenage girls that isn't sanitary in the least, and riot plastic from a few posts back.... I can't even settle on one sufficiently inappropriate comment... I'm at a loss. I'm bested. 

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Posted : 29/08/2017 1:51 am
(@twin-speak)
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Posted by: Joseph McMurty

Personally, I think she's in the proverbial white padded room.  I think she got blewed up and then coma'ed up and then raped up, and all that added up to a more than garden variety PTSD thing.  She just couldn't handle waking up to a giant belly, or the news of a bouncing toddler, or perhaps even the news of a furious and out of control adolescent, whatever the case may have been.  She's in a psycho-analytic and trauma treatment program in which she goes into a trance and confronts some of her issues and Charlie is the guide/therapist who is trying to be edgy and progressive and push her, he is both a source of comfort and torment as he prods at her phobias and neuroses.  I'll bet she's got a gown on and knows what's for lunch every Tuesday.  Hell, maybe she meets back up with Coop.  He comes to make right what he knows happened in his name.  Maybe she stabs him.  Lynch could go a lot of ways with this and none of us should rest easy on a storybook ending.   That or the owl spaceship. 

If she was in a mental institution of sorts, they wouldn't allow her to have access to a mirror, because that can be broken and used to do harm to herself or others.

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Posted : 29/08/2017 3:58 am
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