Aqwell wrote:I agree with that, but then why 'Richard' took 'Carrie Page' litterally back to Laura's home at this end? Ok Leland is long dead and Richard/Coop doesn't know about Sarah Palmer dark state, but it seems very odd to get Laura back to the house where she was molested for years. And if it is truly an alternate universe, did Richard/Coop really expect Carrie/Laura to remember her other self memories? And what would have been Sarah's reaction to see her dead girl coming home 25 years later? Little to no sense at all...Mr. Reindeer wrote:I don’t know that Coop was ever planning on Laura making it “home” if you mean the Palmer house. He seems to be leading her to the gold pool/portal to the Fireman’s quarters, presumably to use as a weapon against Judy (“two birds, one stone”). If he took her home, Leland/Bob would continue raping her and probably eventually kill her anyway. I think when he said they were going “home,” he meant the White Lodge.
To awaken her memories since he needs/wants Laura to know who she is. And possibly also to confront Judy, if we accept that that is indeed the entity that is inside Sarah/the house.