Such a great episode. Although straightforward and less quirky and than the previous installments, there was a major delivery on all the setup leading up to it, and it engaged in all the right ways. For those who've become used to the fact that Cooper is not going to snap out of it overnight, this was possibly the most satisfying unfolding so far. Some of the best Twin Peaks has ever had to offer, in any case.
djsunyc wrote:i almost thought the sick guy was going to be harry.
Same here! (Even though I was under the impression that he's far off where he can get the best treatment available.)
djsunyc wrote:did i hear doc hayward right and that audrey was in a coma from the bank explosion?
Yes, and it makes perfect sense.
Rudagger wrote:More Dougie still, but the attack was great! At this point not gonna guess if when he becomes Coop again (I thought he might be drawing the owl cave map this time but who knows).
I'm taking that approach too. We all miss the good ol' Coop but there's a story being told here, and a reason for everything that's happening.
Rudagger wrote:I think I'm officially crossing Ontkean off the list. If there was gonna be a one scene cameo, it would've been him being asked about Coop. At least Harry isn't forgotten, but it feels very awkward with the one sided phone calls.
Well, it may be the nail in the coffin, but it could also be an incredible tease. I'm still holding on to some hope!
psyifinotic wrote:guys. the jerry horne scene was hilarious.
I think that a single line of dialogue really undermined the scene, which is a shame. A guy who smokes weed all the time doesn't say, "I think I'm high!" That's terribly unrealistic. I mean, come on, he's always high! The line should have been, "I'm trippin'" or something implying he ate a few too many edibles, you know, something like that -- anything to imply that he's beyond his tolerance and got way too stoned.
Ross wrote:Also not sure Leland having them makes sense.
It's just something that Hawk theorized, not necessarily what happened.
Agent327 wrote:Didn't it bother anybody that Gordon Cole got Bad Coop's sentence wrong?
I am not sure that he was quoting as much as paraphrasing, merely trying to demonstrate the importance of the misspoken word in relation to its placement in the sentence.
Rhodes wrote:Still, it is substantially less than the 18 hours that were promised.
What if the final episode is the length of a feature film, bringing the total running time to 18 hours?
Denise's Pieces wrote:I don't think that Ray is going to be alive much longer.
I said the same thing when they met in the hallway, but after thinking about it some, I'm guessing that the Doppelganger wants to find out who hired Ray and Darya, and having Ray alive is the best way to "coerce" that information from him in order to reveal the source.
docLEXfisti wrote:Boopers escape: why is Ray smiling and looking happy? He will be dead soon...
He must think that he's being rescued!