Ragnell wrote:Maybe the farmer Andy talked to was Chuck. I could swear Andy asked if it was his truck, and then said "If that's not your truck, you have to tell me whose it is."
No, this is what they say:
Andy: "But that's your truck."
Farmer: "I know it's my truck. I can't talk to you about this here. I told you. Please go away."
Andy: "But if you weren't driving, I need to know who was."
I just noticed that the newscaster in Part 10 is called Paul. When Charlie told Audrey he wanted to run her papers by his lawyer, she said: "Maybe I should run them by Paul. Maybe I should have Paul come give you a visit." It seems unlikely it's the same character because to me it seemed that the Paul Audrey was referring to was her lawyer. However, if there are two different Pauls, it's also possible that there are two different Billys and that her Billy is not connected to the Billy who was mentioned in the Double R.
But if there is a connection, Audrey would also indirectly be connected to the Las Vegas plot: to the Mitchums, Candies, Ike and DougieCoop and Janey-E, who were all in Paul's scene. I'd find her connection to this Paul guy strange since the newscaster and the whole show seemed so fake and a bit ridiculous, how would he be any help with a serious matter like her papers? Could a connection between them be a clue that Audrey's scene wasn't real, either?
Or maybe, if the coma/dream theory turns out to be true, the TV with Paul's show was on in her room and she unconsciously picked up his name and used it in her dream world. Then Tina in Audrey's world could actually be Sheena, the female newscaster with Paul, and Audrey misheard her name. In that case, the other names in her dream (Charlie, Chuck, Billy) could also be taken from the real world.