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(@monique)
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Did anyone notice Diane had her finger nails painted ~ one white, one red and one black in the scene where she recieves the text message (we see just three fingers holding the phone)?

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Posted : 11/07/2017 8:19 am
(@lady_in_the_radiator)
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Posted by: Monique Prior

Did anyone notice Diane had her finger nails painted ~ one white, one red and one black in the scene where she recieves the text message (we see just three fingers holding the phone)?

Yeah...also, now i know my summer nailpolish color scheme 😉

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Posted : 11/07/2017 4:30 pm
(@moonchild)
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Cooper loses his shoes in episode 3 passing from that 'purple red dimension' to Rancho Rosa.... Does that mean that anyone traveling in between dimensions loses their shoes? And if so...do they get red shoes after...?

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Posted : 11/07/2017 7:16 pm
(@colin_basterfield)
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Posted by: Christen Phillips

I saw the red pumps and thought of Audrey. 

I never even noticed Jeffries red shoes before.  Is red always red room related?  How many times am I going to have to rewatch this show!

I thought of Audrey's red shoes. The shoes and the electrical socket certainly (and pardon the pun) sparked something in DougieCoop. It sure feels like Coop snapping out of it is getting closer each day, but how will he have changed since we experienced all his goodness, prior to entering the Lodge...

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Posted : 11/07/2017 7:34 pm
(@samxtherapy)
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I think one of the things people forget about Coop is, no matter how idealistic and nice he appears to be, he is a seriously tough guy.  Used to working in the field, getting shot at, taking risks every day, willingly running into dangerous situations and - as shown when Ike appeared - capable of some impressive unarmed combat skills.

Nice guy, yes.  Someone you'd want to mess with, no.  A fully aware Coop is not someone to take lightly, and considering what he's had to endure, I reckon he's going to be firing on all cylinders once he gets back in his own head.

Coppula eam se non posit acceptera jocularum

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Posted : 11/07/2017 7:43 pm
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(@lynn_watson)
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Talk of Phillip Jefferies & red shoes reminded me of an interview with David Bowie talking about 'Let's Dance' - and he said that the red shoes were supposed to represent something aspirational - decoration rather than practical or something like that...

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Posted : 11/07/2017 10:07 pm
(@monique)
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I'll be leaving off the black ... 

In my opinion each finger representing White Lodge, Red waiting room and Black Lodge... I'm not sure how it all connects though.

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Posted : 12/07/2017 5:01 am
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(@samxtherapy)
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Posted by: Lynn Watson

Talk of Phillip Jefferies & red shoes reminded me of an interview with David Bowie talking about 'Let's Dance' - and he said that the red shoes were supposed to represent something aspirational - decoration rather than practical or something like that...

There's also Elvis Costello's "The Angels Wanna Wear My Red Shoes".  You can build an entire mythology around red shoes and maybe that's the idea at work here.  Even ELO featured them on an album cover, "Eldorado".

Way back in my punk days, I wore some red biker boots, simply because they were the most obnoxious things I could find.  That, and I like red.  😀

Coppula eam se non posit acceptera jocularum

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Posted : 12/07/2017 12:15 pm
(@karen_paynter)
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Posted by: SamXTherapy

I think one of the things people forget about Coop is, no matter how idealistic and nice he appears to be, he is a seriously tough guy.  Used to working in the field, getting shot at, taking risks every day, willingly running into dangerous situations and - as shown when Ike appeared - capable of some impressive unarmed combat skills.

Nice guy, yes.  Someone you'd want to mess with, no.  A fully aware Coop is not someone to take lightly, and considering what he's had to endure, I reckon he's going to be firing on all cylinders once he gets back in his own head.

And as Kyle M. said, it is 25 years later, he's not going to be exactly the same person he was in 1990.

Fire Walk With Me

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Posted : 13/07/2017 2:29 am
(@samxtherapy)
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Posted by: Karen
Posted by: SamXTherapy

I think one of the things people forget about Coop is, no matter how idealistic and nice he appears to be, he is a seriously tough guy.  Used to working in the field, getting shot at, taking risks every day, willingly running into dangerous situations and - as shown when Ike appeared - capable of some impressive unarmed combat skills.

Nice guy, yes.  Someone you'd want to mess with, no.  A fully aware Coop is not someone to take lightly, and considering what he's had to endure, I reckon he's going to be firing on all cylinders once he gets back in his own head.

And as Kyle M. said, it is 25 years later, he's not going to be exactly the same person he was in 1990.

That's for real.  Think about how much you'll have changed since the original TP aired.  I know I have.  Now, imagine how much different it must have been to spend all that time in the Lodge.  Oh, he'll have changed all right.

Coppula eam se non posit acceptera jocularum

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Posted : 13/07/2017 12:17 pm
(@numnum19)
Lodger

Didn't Dougie have a red door on his house? Another indication of doppelganger? 

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Posted : 13/07/2017 1:56 pm
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