Interview w/ Mr. C
Can't take credit - found this on talkbacks of AICN of all places:
First line that Mr. C say is NOT:
"It's very, very good to see you again old friend"
"It's yrev, very good to see you again old friend"
subtle. . .can't believe someone caught it. . .
Wooow it real is! i just checked it! Hmmm interesting..
Can you look up the person who came up with the theory, please? Would love to share.
I think the slow talking/low tone and repetitions are probably due to Bob/Cooper being weakened by throwing up all his garmonbozia or by the return of the Good Cooper in the ‘real world’.
Being weakened, he acts a lot less like a human and more like a spirit of the Lodge, hence the backwards words and the repetitions (which is a characteristic of the lodge inhabitants, they tend to repeat themselves).
I believe Bad Cooper is trying in imitate Good Coop mannerisms and way of talking, but Gordon and Albert know the real Coop (and FBI procedures, hence the ‘he did not greet properly’, probably) to fall for it…