You know what I don't get? Why people need to be so down on other people's ideas.
That is, to me, the beauty of Lynch stuff. Openness to debate. I mean, we could talk about his films and shows forever and all have different (if sometimes similar) ideas.
Who cares if someone has put something on Youtube showing the scene where Dougie is going to drink poisoned coffee side by side with Nadine's cheerleaders trial? What actual harm are they doing you? If you don't like theories you have two choices (you actually have three - but you have two respectful choices)
1. Ignore it
2, Debate it.
Is there any need for snarky "I think you're an idiot" or sarcastic replies?
We have been given a gift. We're all fans of Lynch's work. Okay some people didn't like The Return (and I respectfully disagree) but do we need to be so aggressive about it?
And to say what Laura whispered to Cooper isn't a clue based on the fact that we will never know what she says is something I disagree with. It can be both.
It's a subject for debate and just because we don't hear what she said doesn't mean what she said was meaningless or not important. Maybe it was the most important piece of dialogue in the whole show - but we didn't hear it? Maybe she said "Anyway Kyle, David asked me to whisper in your ear - look surprised!"
It's a mystery. It's a clue. It can be both. Cooper reacted to it. To me, that's important. But to other people it might not be.
We all take different things out of this show.
Calling people out on theories - especially ones they have put a lot of thought and enthusiasm to, is bullying. Plain and simple. And some people seem to get off on it.
And that's a tale older than the Internet.
Maybe we enjoyed the original run of Twin Peaks more because we didn't have as much of a gateway to people shooting down our ideas.
I love most of the theories I've read on here and other places - even if they're not the same as mine - because it's got people thinking. Surely that's a good thing?
Anyway rant over