This isn’t much of anything, but in a recent interview themed around the concept of “home,” the reporter tries to get Lynch to open up about the end of P18, and he echoes something similar to what he has said before: “That’s how it ends.” As with the old quote, I think he’s pretty clearly just saying “That’s how the season ends” as a way of saying “the work speaks for itself and I’m not going to explain it,” not saying that this is the definitive end of TP. https://news.streetroots.org/2019/07/26 ... avid-lynch
MacKenzie: I was wondering how much a home is tied to a sense of identity, and the significance of the final scene of “Twin Peaks: The Return” being set at what may or may not be Laura Palmer’s home?
Lynch: That’s how it ends. So … I’m not really able to discuss that, but the word home, it’s a beautiful word. In “The Wizard of Oz,” that line, “There’s no place like home.” This is something that everybody feels but there’s still many unhappy homes. It would be great to have a world where everyone had a home that they loved and where they felt secure and happy.