Hester Prynne wrote:Firewalkwithme91 wrote:Audrey Horne wrote:Ah, okay... do you think Lynch and Forst had it defined... because it's pretty ambiguous to give it dramatic urgency and weight.
Your guess is as good as mine. However, for some reason the scene where Mr. C shows Darya the card in episode 2 has always stuck in my mind throughout this whole run whenever I saw Mr. C investigating coordinates. It feels like his overall goal is to find that thing on the card which we assume is the Experiment.
He is trying to find his mother. Judy is his mother, but he doesn't know which form she inhabits. The coordinates lead to Judy, who has inhabited Sarah Palmer. I think that is why we see the Palmer House when Mr. C tries to get there through the White Lodge, but the Fireman intervenes and sends him to the Sheriff's Dept instead to be killed. Sarah Palmer/Judy is heard mourning off camera and then visciously attacks Laura's picture because her son, Bob, has died, and Laura played a part in his demise and lives while he does not. She then seeks vengeance by banishing Laura to a different existence. The Fireman sends Coop and Diane to bring her back - I don't know how Diane plays into this - but Judy's power still reigns. This is my best guess!
Yeah, I think you nailed it. But again, the most glaring weakness story-wise for me is Diane. Why does Diane go with him on the final journey? Because they were both trapped for 25 years and made the plan? In that case, I still wish they would've incorporated Audrey, as her scenario was the same as Diane's.