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• 3/7/2018

All movies are ruined now.

Thanks a lot, Mr. Lynch!
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• 2/2/2018

The skunk

...so, are we going to assume the discussion of the smell of skunk in Part 1 was referring to an actual skunk in the hotel, or was it Ben covering for Jerry's marijuana smoking?
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• 1/7/2018

Boxing in Part 13

In part 13 when Sarah Palmer (kind of) watches a black and white boxing match (and finds all her liquor bottles empty) the boxing is just the same 20 seconds or so repeating over and over. I considered this was a production short-cut we weren't meant to notice, but Lynch keeps cutting back to the screen, so I think he wanted us to know. It likely symbolizes Sarah being stuck in the past, unable to move on from the tragedies of her life.
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• 10/29/2017

HELP! Briggs / Douglas Milford Wedding

Is this an inconsistency or am I getting it wrong?
In the book "The Secret History Of Twin Peaks", The Archivist (Major Briggs) indicates that he was present on Douglas Milford's wedding to Lana:

"The last words Doug spoke to me that night, with one of his patented grins and a wink, just before they retired to the bridal suite: 'Good thing I kept the minister on speed dial." As we know, Milford died on the night of the wedding.

However, when Major Briggs returns from his 3-day disappearance during his fishing trip with Cooper, he writes: "Then I learned that Colonel Milford had died at the Great Northern Hotel three nights earlier".

The only was this could make sense within the book was if the fishing trip happened exactly on the day following the wedding... but in the series Major Briggs goes missing in episode 17, while the wedding takes place in episode 18 (and Cooper attended the wedding).

Am I getting something wrong?
PLEASE HELP!
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• 10/25/2017
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• 10/23/2017

Is it future or is it past?

What is the significance pf the old car that Coop and Diane drive to the motel on episode 18
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• 9/4/2017

"Little Girl"

Connecting The Evolution of The Arm's Obscure Reference in TP3:18, The Old Man and The French Girl at Hap's with Gordon Cole and The French Woman -- and Maybe Even The Mobsters:

At Hap's, an old man is being adoringly caressed by a French Girl in the manner of a Hollywood trope portraying 1930's gangsters being caressed and adored by their coquettes.

Old man: "Are you talking about that little girl that got murdered?"

The Evolution of The Arm: "Is it the story the little girl who lived down the lane? Is it?"

An old Gordon Cole is portrayed in a similar manner being caressed and adored by a more mature French Woman -- an ironic image given he represents the authority of the FBI, normally considered the enemy of mobsters. A similar irony exists in the Hap's trope in that the old man appears to be more of an old lumberjack or even "woodsman".

The Mobsters in TP3 have 3 girls that, although not caressing and adoring them as in the movie trope, are nevertheless clearly playing coquette roles.
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• 8/25/2017

Teresa Banks Case

Inquiring minds want to know WHY Teresa's case was considered a blue rose case, prior to any investigation being done by the FBI. I can see that once the owl ring had been identified in the photo, a call would be made -- if the investigating agent had any experience with blue rose to begin with -- and certainly once Chet Desmond disappeared there would be a blue rose classification. But prior to this, we have no idea why it was a blue rose case. Any info or ideas would be greatly appreciated!
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• 8/10/2017

Black symbol on doppelganger's card

What is that weird black symbol on the card the doppelganger showed Darya right before he killed her? It's also right above us, on the left, enclosing Laura Palmers' face.
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• 8/6/2017

Woodsman in ep 5

Wasn't that a Woodsman coming down the hall at Knox while she made the call about Briggs's body?

also of note, this is our introduction to Richard Horne, and he asks for a light.
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• 7/31/2017

Ends of episodes

Why do we go to the roadhouse at the end of most episodes? I think it's because Lynch said this is one 18 hour film, but since it is broken up into 18 parts for Showtime, it has to end in less than an hour. I guess when Lynch gets to the 45 to 55 minute mark of each part and there isn't time or reason to go to another scene, he just ends the part in the roadhouse, where he gets to feature cool bands he likes. Another question is, were these shot and added later after each of the 18 parts were decided? Are the scenes with dialogue not important to the show, and are just used as boring everyday events? Are these scenes just filler to time out the episode with music for the credits to run over?
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• 7/10/2017

Repost of Discussion about TheSearchForTheZone.com

(I'm reposting this because my other post got cut off below the video I posted about the SNL sketch.)

The AV Club (avclub.com) discovered that last night's Twin Peaks episode has a live link to Matthew Lillard and Ruth's website discussing alternative dimensions is live and online at http://thesearchforthezone.com/. I did a WHOIS on the domain to see if I could find any more domains registered by the show creators, but unfortunately, it's registered by Domains by Proxy through GoDaddy and hosted by a company called BlackMesh. (You can see the WHOIS info here: https://centralops.net/co/DomainDossier.aspx?addr=thesearchforthezone.com&dom_whois=true&dom_dns=true&traceroute=true&net_whois=true&svc_scan=true ). The AV Club's article is here http://www.avclub.com/tvclub/think-out-loud-exposition-heavy-twin-peaks-257849 and here http://www.avclub.com/article/matthew-lillards-mysterious-website-twin-peaks-onl-257864. There are lots and lots of links to explore, including a video with the Twin Peaks theme and a lot of mysterious jibberish in the background which might be backmasking and if someone wants to record it and play it backwards looking for clues, that might yield some interesting finds. For example, click on the animation of the wind at the very bottom of the page above the 2nd tree on the left and it will take you to some Lost Highway looking footage. And if you click "Click here to read my older journal entries" click on here it will quickly say "404 page not found" but then take you to the footage I mentioned above. I didn't listen long enough for it to repeat, but after the Twin Peaks theme, it seems to play a song I remember from the first or second series of the show, or maybe one of the songs from this season - I can't remember.

If anyone finds anything interesting, please share it!
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• 7/10/2017

Edit was Deleted

Hi! I'm new here and I was looking through some of the pages about Twin Peaks DVD sets and I noticed the Gold Box Set had a copy of the sketch Kyle MacLachlan was in during an SNL parody of Twin Peaks. I found a copy of that sketch online at Dailymotion.com, which is here: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7o2ca_twin-peaks-parody-by-saturday-night_fun
I attempted to add it to the bottom of the Wiki page for Saturday Night Live http://twinpeaks.wikia.com/wiki/Saturday_Night_Live and under external links, below the one on NBC.com, and I immediately got an email from Special Agent Dale Cooper (who I assume is a bot) telling me I made an "Unauthorized upload".

Do I need to ask permission before I edit this Wiki or can only certain people do it? I was just trying to contribute to the community and had no ill intent.

On a side note, The AV Club (avclub.com) discovered that last night's Twin Peaks episode has a live link to Matthew Lillard and Ruth's website discussing alternative dimensions is live and online at http://thesearchforthezone.com/. I did a WHOIS on the domain to see if I could find any more domains registered by the show creators, but unfortunately, it's registered by Domains by Proxy through GoDaddy and hosted by a company called BlackMesh. (You can see the WHOIS info here: https://centralops.net/co/DomainDossier.aspx?addr=thesearchforthezone.com&dom_whois=true&dom_dns=true&traceroute=true&net_whois=true&svc_scan=true ). The AV Club's article is here http://www.avclub.com/tvclub/think-out-loud-exposition-heavy-twin-peaks-257849 and here http://www.avclub.com/article/matthew-lillards-mysterious-website-twin-peaks-onl-257864. There are lots and lots of links to explore, including a video with the Twin Peaks theme and a lot of mysterious jibberish in the background which might be backmasking and if someone wants to record it and play it backwards looking for clues, that might yield some interesting finds. For example, click on the animation of the wind at the very bottom of the page above the 2nd tree on the left and it will take you to some Lost Highway looking footage. And if you click "Click here to read my older journal entries" click on here it will quickly say "404 page not found" but then take you to the footage I mentioned above. I didn't listen long enough for it to repeat, but after the Twin Peaks theme, it seems to play a song I remember from the first or second series of the show, or maybe one of the songs from this season - I can't remember.

A lot of the links are real and I performed WHOIS queries on them and they are all about black holes and space anomalies and some of them haven't been updated in years and were in fact registered in the late 90s or early 2000s.

I don't know if anyone has written a Wiki page on this website yet, but there is a lot to explore and probably a lot of secrets and mysterious stuff to dig through.
Twin Peaks parody by Saturday Night Live (1990) - vidéo Dailymotion
Twin Peaks parody by Saturday Night Live (1990) - vidéo Dailymotion Dailymotion
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• 6/27/2017

Cameos!

FANDOM has been looking at the best and worst cameos of the new series. Who is your favourite? Let us know below!
The Best and Worst Cameos in New Twin Peaks
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• 6/27/2017

Music in the new series

One of the best things about the return of Twin Peaks is the music they use in the show. Have you been wondering about it? FANDOM has the lowdown!
A Guide to the Twin Peaks Music at the End of Every Episode
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• 6/19/2017

Federal Pen?

Does anyone have an explanation for why both Ray and Cooper's doppelganger are taken straight to the federal penitentiary in Yankton after their arrests? Normally they would be held in a local jail and need a trial, conviction and sentencing before being moved to a prison. I want to think they do things differently in South Dakota or that the show offered an explanation that I missed. I don't want to think this was an error David Lynch made through failing to research when writing the script.
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• 6/13/2017

So what did the cast do between series?

Ever wondered what your favorite Twin Peaks stars did between seasons 2 and 3? Wonder no longer! FANDOM has the details!

Which ones are most surprising? Let us know below!
What the Twin Peaks Cast Did Post-Twin Peaks
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• 6/13/2017

Without Twin Peaks we would not have these shows

Twin Peaks influenced a lot of television. FANDOM takes a look at some of the most significant shows that owe their existence to Twin Peaks.

Do you agree? Let us know below!
Shows That Owe Their Existence To 'Twin Peaks'
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• 5/31/2017

Bob's Origin

I've been pondering about this issue for nearly 2 decades, ever since I 1st fell in love with Twin Peaks. We witness Windom Earle actively seeking to become an inhabiting spirit in the BLACK LODGE. Can we therefore assume that BOB stated out this way too? Was he just a man at some point?
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• 5/29/2017

Fallen Heroes

The loss of beloved character actors

Our beloved Log Lady Catherine E. Coulson passed away from cancer in September 2015.
We are all blessed that she shared her incredible gravity to Twin Peaks Season 3. Her mystery endures & her log watches...
A shame that Phillip Jeffries didn't also make it to add to his apocryphal time travelling questions. The Labyrinth captured his wiles at last.
But I hope I speak for everyone, in reverence of the masterful performance of the unconquerable Albert, of the acidic tongue & huge heart, farewell Miguel Ferrer.
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