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(@ro_wi_73)
Lodger

No idea what it means, but there's the same 'bell' as in episode 3.

And isn't there a D and a C on the 'bell' with the lady with no eyes? D(ale) C(ooper)? Is the tall guy looking at the bell what letters are on there?

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Posted : 26/06/2017 8:47 am
(@teo-peaks)
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Strangely this character has a name: Naido

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Posted : 26/06/2017 8:51 am
(@stwallskull2)
Dweller

I mentioned in another thread these things remind me of the old insulators they used to have on telephone poles.

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Posted : 26/06/2017 9:15 am
(@william_de_bruijn)
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And the furniture and floor in 'the lighthouse' are the same as in the black-and-white prologue of S3E1 where Coop sits opposite Carel Struyken as '?????' with the grammophone player...so if this is heaven or the White (Lighthouse) Lodge, our Dale paid/pays it a visit too. But is that past, present or future?

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Posted : 26/06/2017 5:57 pm
(@dcorby23)
Owl

Sand patterns when the egg hatches are similar to floor patterns in the Waiting Room.

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Posted : 26/06/2017 6:18 pm
(@mariano_rubio)
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DC could mean Direct Current. From Reddit discussion from Ep3: 

 

Within the room Cooper enters at the beginning of the episode, we see a massive electrical outlet on the wall, and time appears to alternate forwards and backwards. This alternating direction of time is, I feel, meant to represent alternating current. Alternating current is how we deliver electricity via the wall sockets in our homes. Rather than having to send electrons in one direction for miles to their destination, we just reverse their direction over and over 60 times a second (50 outside of the US). This allows for the transmission of electricity over long distances as safely as possible. The opposite of alternating current (AC) is direct current (DC). DC is what comes out of a battery, and - which is important, here - out of a car's cigarette lighter.

The switch that the woman (called "Naido" in the credits) pulls on the top of the building changed that huge socket on the wall from AC to DC. The room is no longer going back and forth in time. The building is all set to DC mode. Naido did this to help Cooper enter the car where the Doppelganger was. He was nowhere near an AC wall socket, he was in a car in the mountains away from civilization, with only a DC car lighter socket nearby.

What Naido (or Mike or The Arm) didn't know, though, was that Dougie had been created. He was basically a double-doppelganger who the ring from the lodge somehow made possible. So whenCoop was all set to go through the DC outlet in the car, he actually ended up going through an AC wall outlet to where Dougie was. This made it so that his mind is now all kinds of scrambled up. That gold ball which (and this is where I'm just guessing from here on out) represents what inhabitants of the real world need to function properly was filtered out and left in the Red Room. Coop is trapped in a body that can't even seem to retain memories, as we see when he just repeats the last few words of somebody else's sentence. He acts like a child now, with very little in the ways of social awareness.

Thankfully, the inhabitants of the lodge have imbued him with extraordinary luck. The slot machine spree was one very obvious form of it, but also his interactions with certain people have shown them being seemingly unable to process his behavior objectively. So things aren't completely hopeless for our Special Agent.

EDIT: Oh, and Lynch has talked about alternating current electricity before, specifically regarding his script for Ronnie Rocket.

"[Ronnie Rocket is] about a three-foot tall guy with red hair and physical problems, and about 60-cycle alternating current electricity."

http://www.thecityofabsurdity.com/ronnierocket.html

EDIT 2: Just making it clearer: this theory doesn't depend on whatever is going on with the gold ball. This theory is about AC versus DC electricity; beyond that, I'm not confident about anything else. Same goes for whatever the ring actually does, or how Dougie came to exist.

EDIT 3: Can't believe I forgot to mention, near the end of Part 3, Albert says the phrase "The Absurd Mystery of The Strange Forces of Existence". That's the exact subtitle for Ronnie Rocket.

Reddit Discussion regarding this

FIRE TWERK WITH ME

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Posted : 26/06/2017 6:37 pm
(@aiuola)
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oh, boy! That almost make me like AC/DC again! The most solid theory I've seen so far, and I had not even dreamed about it (pun intended)!

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Posted : 26/06/2017 7:47 pm
(@steve_despain)
Town Visitor

Reminds me somewhat of DIE GLOCKE.  Either that or one of the nipples of the legendary Twin Peaks.  Can I get some cherry pie here?

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Posted : 01/07/2017 9:08 pm
(@karen_paynter)
Deputy
Posted by: William De Bruijn

And the furniture and floor in 'the lighthouse' are the same as in the black-and-white prologue of S3E1 where Coop sits opposite Carel Struyken as '?????' with the grammophone player...so if this is heaven or the White (Lighthouse) Lodge, our Dale paid/pays it a visit too. But is that past, present or future?

I suspect future because Cooper responds to the Giant ( who also said "you are far away." ) : "I understand." 

Fire Walk With Me

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Posted : 01/07/2017 9:14 pm
(@ollie_barkovic)
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The giant bell like objects in the giant/lady screen room and Naido room. 

These are insulators.

 To defend from Bob like he green Formica ring.

The giants theatre and Naidos island are the white lodge where Bob cannot come.

From a great article somewhere out there...

"the famous green plastic laminate produced by Formica Corporation in its first form was used as an electrical insulator, and we know that electricity is a leitmotiv of Fire Walk with Me, and is related to these beings (perhaps moving through electricity) … A partial explanation might be this: the ring is designed to prevent possession by Bob (it is an electrical insulator). Laura, by wearing it, resists to possession (and in fact his “soul” is saved, as suggested by the final). "

 

 
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Posted : 01/07/2017 9:48 pm
(@steve_despain)
Town Visitor

The Bell...

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Posted : 01/07/2017 11:27 pm
(@steve_despain)
Town Visitor

Another bell...

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Posted : 02/07/2017 1:23 am
(@7000eur)
Dweller

I was always wondering why was that shot of the bell included in there, when it's not exactly in front of the FBI Headquarters.

And now I see that a picture of is hanging in Gordon Cole's office.

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Posted : 02/07/2017 7:28 am
(@aiuola)
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Posted by: 7000eur

I was always wondering why was that shot of the bell included in there, when it's not exactly in front of the FBI Headquarters.

And now I see that a picture of is hanging in Gordon Cole's office.

Wow! It makes me wonder how much of season 3 was really conceived 25+ years ago.

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Posted : 02/07/2017 1:54 pm
(@aaron_c_wade)
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From what I understand Fire Walk With Me was supposed to be the first in a few cinematic returns to Twin Peak. The success (or lack therof) prevented that from happening. That doesn't mean David Lynch didn't have things stockpiled in preparation for those to continue.

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Posted : 02/07/2017 2:26 pm
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