That's what happened to me with the Jacoby-Audrey-Roadhouse combo.
I was thinking about this re-use of Jacoby. I have said this before elsewhere, but I think Lynch has taken alot from music editing, with all the albums he has made over the last ten years. In a song you would not think twice about using the same material as a '' bridge'' in two or three different places in a song, before you '' drop '' into another verse ( he drops into the Audrey scene as a sharp cut from the '' ninth circle of hell'' line). So I think here ( and elsewhere) he has just used a common music edit technique to edit video.
also perhaps this letting scenes play out or stretch out over time, so that the viewer has time to sit with them and ' get into them' over a period of at least five minutes, and to notice details, is imported or at least inflected by his experience making what are usually quite repetitive groove based music tracks, essentially loops with something happening over the top. As someone remarks above, it is about a special sort of ATTENTION or feeling that you would not get with a conventionally played or edited scene. I think this sort of way of editing is happening in the Audrey scene. It is edited for tempo and feel and texture. Visually the frame is crammed and lush,but the people are totally static, like one of Lynch's reverbed 50's guitar chords suspended in space. I think this scene is ten minutes long to give it time to RESONATE and to establish it's own peculiar rhythm. It develops gradually in an organic kind of way and there are quite a few little repetitions inside it ( i'm tired, l'm tired, etc) along the way. The (phone) silences at the end are played almost like a fade-out or tail-out from what went before, the scene gradually goes down to nothing, just a wordless loaded stare. Abit like leaving the end note of a track sound until it dies completely away, perhaps, if i am to pursue this possibly dodgy analogy?
I also think it matters to wait and see what comes after this ( eg the random roadhouse chat ----> whatever happens at the start ep 13) before deciding whether the Audrey scene works or not in terms of pacing. We don't know where it is going to next, yet. Reading people's comments on here ( esp. deep thought) has made me want to watch it again.