Theories & Speculation

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Re: Theories & Speculation

Postby Hester Prynne » Mon Jul 01, 2019 10:25 am

Well - so much for this theory . . . ... 54491/amp/

Really wish the interviewer had asked about other theories since he seemed to be in a talkative mood.
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Re: Theories & Speculation

Postby Mr. Reindeer » Mon Jul 01, 2019 10:39 am

He’s denied that one before (or maybe it was Sabrina on his behalf, I forget). I’m not surprised. That’s just not the kind of game Lynch typically plays with the audience.

It is pretty funny that he flaty dismisses that theory as “bullshit,” then immediately thereafter says all theories/interpretations are valid.
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Re: Theories & Speculation

Postby Rainwater » Mon Jul 01, 2019 11:14 am

Yeah, he already said that like a year ago.
I wonder how our user Deep Thought feels about it.
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Re: Theories & Speculation

Postby AgentEcho » Mon Jul 01, 2019 3:58 pm

The biggest problem with the theory, is that the original posted theory surmised that the episodes were "meant" to be viewed together, implying intent from the artists. Which anyone should have been able to tell you was absurd. It's enough work to write, shoot, and edit together two episodes of a television show, but then to go through the gargantuan task of making sure that they synchronized as some secret cypher in the hopes that someone out there will try it and unlock the key.... (and honestly while interesting, playing them concurrently doesn't reveal anything) If it had been framed as nothing more than an interesting experiment, it wouldn't be BS.
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Re: Theories & Speculation

Postby pinballmars » Sat Jul 20, 2019 12:15 pm

I've always hated that theory about simultaneous watching ep 17 and 18 and I suspect that Lynch had a similar gut reaction.

Lynch wants to immerse you in a world. When Season 3 was airing, I recall an interview in which he said that the best way to watch it is on the biggest screen you can and with headphones.

Setting up two screens and trying to watch that way goes against that immersion, I think. If you're watching (and listening) to two things at a time, you're not going to get the full effect of either.

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