Twin Peaks season 3

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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

Postby Goat Boy » 27 Jun 2017, 10:04

I don't think it's related.
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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

Postby The Great Defector » 27 Jun 2017, 12:49

I reckon, that little girl is gonna grow up to be Sarah's ma. She saw Bob first before anyone else in the original show and was the only one who had visions apart from Coop. Plus it would make lynch/frost logic to have bob use her da to kill her.
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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

Postby Goat Boy » 27 Jun 2017, 12:52

The Great Defector wrote:I reckon, that little girl is gonna grow up to be Sarah's ma. She saw Bob first before anyone else in the original show and was the only one who had visions apart from Coop.


The timeline isn't correct.

Remember the original show was set in 1989. Sarah Palmer was born in the mid 40s I think. Unless you meant Laura instead?
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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

Postby The Great Defector » 27 Jun 2017, 12:53

Goat Boy wrote:
The Great Defector wrote:I reckon, that little girl is gonna grow up to be Sarah's ma. She saw Bob first before anyone else in the original show and was the only one who had visions apart from Coop.


The timeline isn't correct.

Remember the original show was set in 1989. Sarah Palmer was born in the mid 40s I think. Unless you meant Laura instead?



Yep meant Laura's ma, my bad.
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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

Postby Goat Boy » 27 Jun 2017, 13:11

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The Great Defector wrote:I reckon, that little girl is gonna grow up to be Sarah's ma. She saw Bob first before anyone else in the original show and was the only one who had visions apart from Coop.


The timeline isn't correct.

Remember the original show was set in 1989. Sarah Palmer was born in the mid 40s I think. Unless you meant Laura instead?



Yep meant Laura's ma, my bad.


Was the "mutant bug" (literal or metaphorically) Bob or some other evil spirit? Was it meant to be the soul of Laura sent to earth by the white lodge? It would seem an odd choice to use a mutant bug to represent the latter so I can only assume it's something like the former.

However, Bob entered Lleland as a young boy and considering Lleland was born in 1944 this would clash with the young girl who is around in 1956(?).

I don't think it is Sarah Palmer (although it is certainly a possibility and the timeless would match) nor do I think the bug was BOB as some have claimed. I think it's maybe just a metaphor for innocence being corrupted.
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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

Postby The Great Defector » 27 Jun 2017, 13:29

Well you could argue he came to earth rather than was born so that time line doesn't really matter. When giant seen his picture it not like he looked like he was a baby or a kid. It was fully grown Bob. Listen knowing Frost and lynch, it could end up that being that the little girl is the log lady. Also how do you end up in Twin peaks from new Mexico. Can't wait to find all this shit out.
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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

Postby Goat Boy » 27 Jun 2017, 13:55

You might want to edit that post to blank out the quote cos of spoilers
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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

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Goat Boy wrote:You might want to edit that post to blank out the quote cos of spoilers



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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

Postby The Great Defector » 27 Jun 2017, 17:12

Oh yeah the music segment in the middle of the show is annoying to me. At the end, aye no bother, but not in the middle.
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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

Postby The Modernist » 27 Jun 2017, 22:32

Bloody hell!!
Just watched episode 8. That made Fire Walk With Me seem like Mary Poppins.

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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

Postby The Modernist » 27 Jun 2017, 22:37

Belle Lettre wrote:That was beautiful


Disturbing and brilliantly audacious perhaps, but beautiful??
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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

Postby The Great Defector » 27 Jun 2017, 23:02

Part of me wants him to do another film in black and white after watching that episode.
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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

Postby Goat Boy » 27 Jun 2017, 23:17

Visually it was beautiful.
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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

Postby Belle Lettre » 27 Jun 2017, 23:19

Goat Boy wrote:Visually it was beautiful.

That's what I meant, G.
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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

Postby The Great Defector » 27 Jun 2017, 23:19

Goat Boy wrote:Visually it was beautiful.

Aye, him and frost could come up with something.
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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

Postby joels344 » 28 Jun 2017, 01:37

The Great Defector wrote:Part of me wants him to do another film in black and white after watching that episode.


I certainly have an interest in seeing what he could come up with after that episode. I'd rank Part 8 right there with Inland Empire and Mulholland Drive as Lynch's masterpieces. And what's great is that we still have 10 more episodes left.

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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

Postby The Modernist » 28 Jun 2017, 02:01

Goat Boy wrote:Visually it was beautiful.


Well it is in the eye of the beholder I suppose!

Not my idea of beauty but it was transfixing for sure.

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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

Postby The Modernist » 28 Jun 2017, 02:02

joels344 wrote:
The Great Defector wrote:Part of me wants him to do another film in black and white after watching that episode.


I certainly have an interest in seeing what he could come up with after that episode. I'd rank Part 8 right there with Inland Empire and Mulholland Drive as Lynch's masterpieces. And what's great is that we still have 10 more episodes left.


Blue Velvet was his masterpiece for me, I prefer him with more of a narrative purpose.

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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

Postby joels344 » 28 Jun 2017, 02:51

The Modernist wrote:
joels344 wrote:
The Great Defector wrote:Part of me wants him to do another film in black and white after watching that episode.


I certainly have an interest in seeing what he could come up with after that episode. I'd rank Part 8 right there with Inland Empire and Mulholland Drive as Lynch's masterpieces. And what's great is that we still have 10 more episodes left.


Blue Velvet was his masterpiece for me, I prefer him with more of a narrative purpose.


I can't argue with your personal favorite. Blue Velvet operates as a classical piece of cinema and it's all done fantastically well. I understand why it's your favorite, but I tend to prefer the more experimental side of Lynch.

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Re: Twin Peaks season 3

Postby The Modernist » 28 Jun 2017, 11:01

Goat Boy wrote:
The Great Defector wrote:I reckon, that little girl is gonna grow up to be Sarah's ma. She saw Bob first before anyone else in the original show and was the only one who had visions apart from Coop.


The timeline isn't correct.

Remember the original show was set in 1989. Sarah Palmer was born in the mid 40s I think. Unless you meant Laura instead?


The actress playing her was born in 1941 was the timeline would kind of fit.