WELCOME TO TWIN PEAKS | Fanning the fire, one (b)log at a time | And there's always David Lynch in the air...
“Diane... Entering the town of Twin Peaks.”

Twin Peaks & David Lynch Forums

Notifications
Clear all

"He's lying."

16 Posts
11 Users
20 Reactions
12.2 K Views
(@eric-from-sweden)
Posts: 204
Estimable Member
Topic starter
 

Was that Cooper's first real "independent" talk, from the heart, so to speak? Not just something he first heard from someone else and then mimicked like a parrot? And was it because of those flashes of light he saw on his colleague's face? Is he getting some kind of guidence from someone in the lodge? Why?

And about that statue that he worships. I was thinking about "Without chemicals, he points" again.

 
Posted : 05/06/2017 6:55 am
(@tcmclassics)
Posts: 9
Active Member
 

Coop's first independent talk was when the escort drove him. Didn't he say sicamore after reading the street sign? 

Also at the slot machines he kept saying "hellooooooo". Everytime he hit the jackpot. No one coerced him to say anything. 

 
Posted : 05/06/2017 8:54 am
(@eric-from-sweden)
Posts: 204
Estimable Member
Topic starter
 

No, I think he said "Helloooo" first after he heard another winning man saying it.

 
Posted : 05/06/2017 8:58 am
(@jason_fanesi)
Posts: 14
Active Member
 

He never said Sycamore. Pretty sure his first word that wasn't spoken to him was after he spit out the coffee: "Hi!"

Helloooooo! He heard that from the first guy he saw win at the slot machine

 
Posted : 05/06/2017 8:59 am
(@haxan_l_morningstar)
Posts: 127
Estimable Member
 

Yes, his first unprompted word is "Hi" after the coffee. 

 
Posted : 05/06/2017 9:37 am
(@titwillo)
Posts: 19
Eminent Member
 
Posted by: Eric from Sweden

Was that Cooper's first real "independent" talk, from the heart, so to speak? Not just something he first heard from someone else and then mimicked like a parrot? And was it because of those flashes of light he saw on his colleague's face? Is he getting some kind of guidence from someone in the lodge? Why?

And about that statue that he worships. I was thinking about "Without chemicals, he points" again.

I did feel like this was the first sign of Coop returning. In addition to the 'lime light' I felt like perhaps this was his classic intuition clicking in.

 
Posted : 05/06/2017 11:23 am
 ella
(@ella)
Posts: 178
Estimable Member
 

Lime colour of this light doesn't match my little theory:) cause I would like to consider it as a glimpse of fire. Just like the flash showing Dougie the right slot machine- It was red room floor with curtains and fire. Fire walk with me - does it sound familiar?:)

Also, anybody noticed the word Fire on the extinguisher visible behind Dougie when he was toilet urgent?

 
Posted : 05/06/2017 12:33 pm
(@rick-ditchie)
Posts: 3
New Member
 

The statue is reminding him of Sheriff Harry S. Truman, wouldn't you agree?  

 
Posted : 05/06/2017 2:35 pm
(@jason_fanesi)
Posts: 14
Active Member
 
Posted by: Ian Ronald

The statue is reminding him of Sheriff Harry S. Truman, wouldn't you agree?  

That's what I took from the scene.

 

 
Posted : 05/06/2017 2:48 pm
(@tcmclassics)
Posts: 9
Active Member
 
Posted by: Jason Fanesi

He never said Sycamore. Pretty sure his first word that wasn't spoken to him was after he spit out the coffee: "Hi!"

Helloooooo! He heard that from the first guy he saw win at the slot machine

I have to go back and watch it. But I'm certain he mumbled it under his breath. 

 
Posted : 05/06/2017 4:19 pm
(@steve_mckay)
Posts: 20
Eminent Member
 
Posted by: Jason Fanesi
Posted by: Ian Ronald

The statue is reminding him of Sheriff Harry S. Truman, wouldn't you agree?  

That's what I took from the scene.

 

Or just "the side of the law" in general I thought.  He seemed focused on those shoes... black ones (the colour of the statue)... like the ones he left behind.

 
Posted : 05/06/2017 4:28 pm
(@tcmclassics)
Posts: 9
Active Member
 

Edit: He didn't say sicamore. The name just ringed a bell. He said, "Jay two rides"?? I knew he uttered something. 

 
Posted : 05/06/2017 4:32 pm
(@aaron_c_wade)
Posts: 204
Estimable Member
 
Posted by: ella

Lime colour of this light doesn't match my little theory:) cause I would like to consider it as a glimpse of fire. Just like the flash showing Dougie the right slot machine- It was red room floor with curtains and fire. Fire walk with me - does it sound familiar?:)

Also, anybody noticed the word Fire on the extinguisher visible behind Dougie when he was toilet urgent?

It's possible however that the lime light is another manifestation of the lodge influence. Look at the surveillance footage of Mr. Jackpots at the slot machine and you see a beam of green light pointing straight at the one where Cooper's sitting.  I feel like this isn't coincidental. 

 
Posted : 05/06/2017 7:40 pm
(@jason_fanesi)
Posts: 14
Active Member
 

Jade give two rides. 

 
Posted : 05/06/2017 10:00 pm
(@colin_basterfield)
Posts: 207
Estimable Member
 

When he said this, I remembered when he first interviewed Bobby at the Twin Peaks Sheriff's, he said the same thing. I think this is one of his innate skills that he can't ignore, so he's on his way back. Also he resonated when his boss said agent.

 
Posted : 06/06/2017 3:48 am
Page 1 / 2
Share:
WELCOME TO TWIN PEAKS | Fanning the fire, one (b)log at a time | And there's always David Lynch in the air...
// Put this code snippet inside script tag

Log In

Forgot password?

Forgot password?

Enter your account data and we will send you a link to reset your password.


Your password reset link appears to be invalid or expired.

Log in

Privacy Policy

Add to Collection

No Collections

Here you'll find all collections you've created before.

Shopping cart0
There are no products in the cart!
Continue shopping
0