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See article on this site.  He's a tin machine!  Lynch told us something! 

David Lynch Explains Phillip Jeffries Is Not A Tea Kettle And Why We Didn’t Hear David Bowie’s Voice

 

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Posted : 19/09/2017 7:11 pm Brandy Fisher liked
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Aww, that almost makes me sad.  The tea kettle was quite endearing.

Ok, so Jeffries is not a tea kettle, he's a machine and Lunch laments sculpting the "spout thing" in a kettle fashion instead of straight. Fine.  BUT THE GUY COMMUNICATED THROUGH STEAM COMING OUT OF HIS NOT-TEA-KETTLE SPOUT!  Come one David! What did you think the interpretation would be?!

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Posted : 19/09/2017 7:20 pm Pantstrovich and Dianna liked
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I hear you Brandy.  The teapot had a certain charm because Bowie was British, and I do love tea.  The thing that I like about this revelation is that I felt that David Bowie as Jeffries should not be immortalized as a kettle.  I like the idea that he is a machine because I think it fits with his living self and his body of music a bit better.  Steam comes out of machines too. I think Lynch must have felt strongly that seeing Jeffries as a teapot was wrong, otherwise he wouldn't have said anything.  Wish he'd tell us about the ending!   

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Posted : 19/09/2017 7:29 pm dopplearb, Jocelyn Rowe, Dianna and 1 people liked
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I hear you Brandy.  The teapot had a certain charm because Bowie was British, and I do love tea.  The thing that I like about this revelation is that I felt that David Bowie as Jeffries should not be immortalized as a kettle.  I like the idea that he is a machine because I think it fits with his living self and his body of music a bit better.  Steam comes out of machines too. I think Lynch must have felt strongly that seeing Jeffries as a teapot was wrong, otherwise he wouldn't have said anything.  Wish he'd tell us about the ending!   

Lol right?!  He wants to explain that Jeffries is NOT a tea kettle dammit, but won't divulge or answer any of the big questions.

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Posted : 19/09/2017 7:32 pm dopplearb and Pantstrovich liked
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I hear you Brandy.  The teapot had a certain charm because Bowie was British, and I do love tea.  The thing that I like about this revelation is that I felt that David Bowie as Jeffries should not be immortalized as a kettle.  I like the idea that he is a machine because I think it fits with his living self and his body of music a bit better.  Steam comes out of machines too. I think Lynch must have felt strongly that seeing Jeffries as a teapot was wrong, otherwise he wouldn't have said anything.  Wish he'd tell us about the ending!   

Lol right?!  He wants to explain that Jeffries is NOT a tea kettle dammit, but won't divulge or answer any of the big questions.

Maybe this is the NEW Lynch who wants us to understand things.  I have often thought it would be hilarious if Lynch turned out to be someone on this forum.  Maybe he knows how badly we want answers!

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Posted : 19/09/2017 7:36 pm Joseph McMurty, cyndeewillow, Jocelyn Rowe and 1 people liked
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I hear you Brandy.  The teapot had a certain charm because Bowie was British, and I do love tea.  The thing that I like about this revelation is that I felt that David Bowie as Jeffries should not be immortalized as a kettle.  I like the idea that he is a machine because I think it fits with his living self and his body of music a bit better.  Steam comes out of machines too. I think Lynch must have felt strongly that seeing Jeffries as a teapot was wrong, otherwise he wouldn't have said anything.  Wish he'd tell us about the ending!   

Lol right?!  He wants to explain that Jeffries is NOT a tea kettle dammit, but won't divulge or answer any of the big questions.

Maybe this is the NEW Lynch who wants us to understand things.  I have often thought it would be hilarious if Lynch turned out to be someone on this forum.  Maybe he knows how badly we want answers!

Maybe he was one of those people who had the wild theories that turned out to magically true because really they were spoilers disguised as conjectures.

Or maybe he's really Detective Sam.......

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Posted : 19/09/2017 7:39 pm cyndeewillow liked
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Posted by: buttercup

I hear you Brandy.  The teapot had a certain charm because Bowie was British, and I do love tea.  The thing that I like about this revelation is that I felt that David Bowie as Jeffries should not be immortalized as a kettle.  I like the idea that he is a machine because I think it fits with his living self and his body of music a bit better.  Steam comes out of machines too. I think Lynch must have felt strongly that seeing Jeffries as a teapot was wrong, otherwise he wouldn't have said anything.  Wish he'd tell us about the ending!   

Lol right?!  He wants to explain that Jeffries is NOT a tea kettle dammit, but won't divulge or answer any of the big questions.

Maybe this is the NEW Lynch who wants us to understand things.  I have often thought it would be hilarious if Lynch turned out to be someone on this forum.  Maybe he knows how badly we want answers!

Maybe he was one of those people who had the wild theories that turned out to magically true because really they were spoilers disguised as conjectures.

Or maybe he's really Detective Sam.......

That's what I was thinking!

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Posted : 19/09/2017 7:45 pm Brandy Fisher liked
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It's appropriate that he's portrayed as a tin machine, since they were touring at the time Bowie filmed his sequences for FWWM.

I guess Lynch - and possibly Frost - thought it was an appropriate tribute.  Bowie would have probably laughed himself daft about it.

Coppula eam se non posit acceptera jocularum

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Posted : 19/09/2017 7:45 pm buttercup and Brandy Fisher liked
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Now that his secret identity has been revealed, he better start explaining stuff!

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Posted : 19/09/2017 7:46 pm Brandy Fisher liked
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See Buttercup?  We were right.

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Posted : 19/09/2017 7:46 pm buttercup liked
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I'm so happy.

 

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Posted : 19/09/2017 7:48 pm Brandy Fisher liked
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Something finally makes sense!

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Posted : 19/09/2017 7:52 pm Brandy Fisher liked
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Now how do we make him talk?

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Posted : 19/09/2017 7:54 pm buttercup liked
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Hah!  You'll never make me talk!  Never, you hear me?

Anyhow, I only mentioned the touring thing; I didn't expect the Spanish Inquisition.

Coppula eam se non posit acceptera jocularum

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Posted : 19/09/2017 8:06 pm Myn0k, buttercup and Brandy Fisher liked
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Notice how you just have to mention Detective Sam and appears. 🙂

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Posted : 19/09/2017 8:29 pm buttercup liked
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