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Jun 9 17 3:23 PM
Knight of the woeful countenance
Jun 12 17 9:39 AM
Mayor of the Cappers
Jun 12 17 12:17 PM
Glitter wrote: A little piece of information that was randomly dropped into conversation was very interesting to me. Gordon tells Denise "when I was your boss, when I had you working undercover at the DEA." The FBI and DEA are federal agencies but separate ones. That means when Denise was investigating Cooper's drug frameup by Jean Renault, she was really working as a FBI mole! A wonderful little continuity drop! EDIT -- I just checked the dialogue and Gordon said "before you were Denise, when you were Dennis and I was your boss..." Maybe my observation is mistaken or Gordon is just splitting hairs about Denise's gender (the hormones remark makes me wonder if she didn't get an operation).
Glitter wrote: LOST, you have lost the crown as The Show With The Worst Photomanips Ever!
Jun 13 17 8:14 PM
Vegas, at night. Cooper is still hanging out by the cowboy statue. The cop (who I thought was a guard) comes by again, trying to get Coop to move on. But Coop is still all Dougie'd out. Cooper is fascinated by the cop's badge. The cop helps to get Cooper home.At Dougie Jones' house, Sonny Jim is reading in the dark in his room. There's a knock at the door, and Janey-E answers it to find the cops bringing Cooper. As Coop comes in with his case files, a cop finds a manila envelope on the ground and gives it to Janey-E. In a bit, Janey-E makes them both sandwiches. Janey-E tells Cooper she's going to take him to see "Dr. Ben" tomorrow at lunchtime. She asks about the folders he brought in, and he says "case files." She tells him he has to go upstairs and say goodnight to Sonny Jim; the kid's been staying up waiting for him. Cooper wanders around upstairs, finally stopping at Sonny Jim's open bedroom door. The child pats his bed for Cooper to join him, and Cooper comes over and pats it, then sits. Sonny Jim smiles at him. He asks if he can keep his cowboy light on, and if Cooper will stay with him til he falls asleep. He takes Cooper's reaction as a yes and uses the clapper to turn on the light. Cooper is surprised, and claps, turning it on. Sonny Jim claps, turning it on, then Cooper claps, turning it off. The two of them have fun going back and forth -- until Janey-E yells, telling Cooper to come downstairs. She tells Cooper he was supposed to call "them" and set up a time to pay them, and now this shows up! This being a photograph of Dougie Jones holding hands with Jade. Cooper smiles at the picture ("Jade give two rides."), then the phone rings. Janey-E answers it; it's the ones who sent the photo. She asks how much "Dougie" owes them and they say $50,000. She sets up a time tomorrow to meet them in the park. She's going upstairs to say good night to say goodnight to Sonny Jim, and tells Cooper to get started on his case files. Night in Twin Peaks. A traffic light goes quickly from green to yellow to red, and crackles...In the Black Lodge, Phillip Gerard contacts Cooper again. He waves his hand at Cooper, telling him "You have to wake up. Wake up. Don't die. Don't die. Don't die." Cooper looks at the insurance claim forms, and sees glowing dots on the pages. He picks up a pencil and starts marking on the pages, drawing lines and stairs and ladders...Night elsewhere (presumably Philadelphia). Albert is driving in the pouring rain. Gordon is on the phone, thanking him for "the work (he's) doing tonight." Albert stops at Max Von's Bar and goes inside. He finds a woman at the bar: DIANE! She says "Hello, Albert."Day, Twin Peaks. Richard Horne is coked up and meeting with Red, a drug dealer, who has armed goons. Red says Richard can pick up the rest "at Mary Ann's." Red says he's been in the area a couple of weeks and he likes it. "We can move the sparkle right down from Canada." Red asks if Richard has "this under control," and Richard says yes. There's one problem: Red doesn't know Richard yet. "I'm gonna be watching you, kid." Richard is visibly angry at that. He tells Red not to call him "kid." Richard laughs and says, "Just remember this, kid. I will saw your head open and eat your brains if you fuck me over. You can count on that." Red then pulls out a dime from his pocket and flips it in the air. Suddenly Richard reaches in his mouth and pulls out a dime! Red then catches the falling dime and Richard looks in his fingers, the dime from his mouth now gone. "This is you," Red tells the kid, turning it over, "this is me. Heads I win, tails you lose." Richard leaves the meeting, pissed off at being called "kid."At the Fat Trout trailer park, Carl Dodds is getting a ride into town, and Mickey asks if he can go with him. Carl says sure. Mickey asks Carl if he goes into town about the same time every day, and Carl says "damn near." Why? "Gets me out of this trailer park." They make small talk: Carl asks about Linda, and Mickey talks about her new government-supplied wheelchair. At the RR Diner. a teacher named Miriam is raving about the pie (to the giggly delight of waitress Inga). Miriam orders two coffees to go and leaves a big tip for Shelly and Inga. Shelly tells Inga they should buy Miriam a piece of pie the next time she comes in.On the road, Richard Horne is still pissed about Red. "Stupid magic motherfucker." He shifts his truck into a higher gear and speeds on...In the park, Carl is sitting with a cup of coffee and a cigarette. He smiles as he watches a mother and her child come by, playing. On the road, Richard is still hopped up. And when he has to stop behind some cars at a stop sign, he gets even more pissed. He changes lanes and zooms past them...The mother and child stop at an intersection. The driver of the car ahead of them waves them past with a smile. The child goes running off -- right into the path of coked-out Richard's truck! SPLAT! Richard just keeps on driving. The woman screams and runs to the child as drivers and pedestrians look on, shocked. Ricard (still speeding on like the asshole he is) is ranting "I told you to get out of the fucking way!" (he didn't). He's seen behind the wheel by Miriam, and he sees her. Still no stopping. The mother is holding the dead child and crying. Carl shows up and sees them... and sees a weird yellow vapor leave the child and drift up into the air and disappear. Carl walks over to the mother, putting his hand on her shoulder. As the onlookers react in horror, there's a closeup of an electrical pole, craning up to the transformer. There's a crackling...Las Vegas. The Silver Mustang Casino. Mr. Todd is working at his desk. A large red square appears on his monitor. Todd is shaken, presses a button, making the square disappear. He reaches into a drawer for a handcloth, then opens his safe. Using the handcloth, he pulls out a manila envelope from the safe and puts it on his desk. He returns to his work, but finds himself looking at the envelope, which has a large black dot on it.At Rancho Rosa, the coroner arrives at the house where Dougie Jones' car blew up. The car itself is being pulled onto a tow truck. One of the cops is using a ladder to climb on the roof of the house across the street: he's found the car's licence plate. In the house, the methed-out mother is yelling out "one-one-nine" again. In a hotel, Ike "The Spike" Stadtler is playing a game with dice when something gets slid under his door. He gets it. It's the manila envelope from Todd's desk. Inside are two photos: Lorraine (the woman Guy 1 was talking to on the phone) and Dougie. He looks at the pictures then starts icepicking them.At Lucky 7 Insurance, Phil tries to coax Cooper out of the elevator. But Cooper loves it (and LOVES his coffee). Phil succeeds and gets him into the office, where Mr. Bushnell yells for Coop to come to his office. Phil leads him to the boss's office, while Tony looks on anxiously. In Bushnell's office, the boss is going through the case files, and asks Coop how he's supposed to make sense of all the scribbling in it. Coop seems transfixed by the boxing poster in Bushnell's office, mimicking the boxer's fists. Bushnell seems to notice something in the scribbles and examines the files again. He thanks "Dougie." Bushnell wants Coop to keep the info to himself. "This information is disturbing. To say the least." Vegas, in the park. Janey-E is waiting at the meeting place. Two guys come up. Janey-E asks why Dougie owes them money. It seems Dougie took points on a football game and doubled down. That was $20,000 plus interest. Three weeks ago. Now it's up to $52,000. Janey-E goes off on them big time, saying they can't afford that. She tells them they'll get 25,000. "That is my first, last, and only offer to you." She shoves the money in their hands and stomps off.In an office, Lorraine is on the phone. Someone is telling her about Dougie's car ("What do you mean he wasn't in the car? Three bodies?") There's a scream and suddenly Ike "The Spike" rushes in. He kills her with the ice pick. A woman sees him and he kills her too. As he's leaving he's saddened to discover his ice pick is bent.Richard drives into a clearing. He checks the front of his truck and sees the child's blood on it. He pours some water on the grill, trying to clean it off. In the Twin Peaks Police Department, Hawk is washing his hands in the restroom when a coin rolls out of his pocket into a stall. He goes into the stall and gets it. It's an indian head nickel. He looks around, and sees a plate on the door saying it was made by Nez Perce Manufacturing. That's when he notices the corner of the door is pulled out some. He gets a ladder and a crowbar, prying the plate of the door off. Deputy Chad comes in, wondering what Hawk's doing. "Use the ladie's room, Chet." Hawk reaches down the door and finds some papers tucked inside. In the department's dispatch room, Frank Truman is giving his deputies paperwork. Doris comes storming in, ranting that her father's car isn't working. As Frank leads her out of the room, Chad says he wouldn't take that shit off Doris. Officer Maggie says Doris didn't use to be that way. She asks if Chad heard Frank & Doris' son committed suicide. Chad heard something about it, mock crying. "He couldn't take being a soldier." At the Roadhouse, a music group plays a song...
Jun 13 17 8:24 PM
GrayZombie wrote:Not going to get too much into last night's episode. although enjoyable except for the hit and run scene, but let's just say, the scenes with Albert were the best in the entire episode. And the Gene Kelly line was awesome
Jun 13 17 8:37 PM
So, I recently got through the original episodes with Dennis/Denise. From what I remember, Denise explains to Coop that she was working undercover for the DEA in a sting operation. The drug dealer would only sell to transvestites. She continued wearing women’s clothes after the operation.
Denise: "Last year, I was working undercover suburban surveillance and the seller had a few kinks in his rep. It seems that he'd only sell to transvestites. So my partner and I shacked up. I played the part of the buyer."
But right now, I'm dying to know who Becky's daddy is! And how is
Richard related to the other Hornes? I really don't want him to be
Audrey's kid. Like, maybe Ben had a love child with one of the girls
from One-Eyed Jack's or something. Maybe it's Blackie's kid. A spawn
of Jerry, perhaps . . . ?
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The woods. Jerry Horne is out there, looking confused. He calls brother Ben, frantic that someone stole his car. Jerry then realizes a) he might be high and b) he doesn't know where he is! Then Jerry rangs up on Ben.Twin Peaks Sheriff's Department. Hawk is telling Frank about the papers he found in the stall door. They're from Laura Palmer's diary! On one of the pages, Laura writes about how she had a dream about someone named Annie, who told her "the good Dale is in the Lodge and can't leave." Hawk is sure the pages are what the Log Lady wanted him to find. Frank wonders how they got in the station's stall door. Hawk has him look at another diary page: "It's 1:30 A.M. I'm crying so hard I can hardly breathe. Now, I know it isn't BOB. I know who it is." Hawk is sure it was Leland Palmer who hid the pages. Hawk wonders if the good Cooper is in the Lodge, who was it who came out of the Lodge with Annie that night over 25 years ago? Hawk says the only one who saw Cooper that day was Doc Hayward. Frank calls Harry to bring him up to speed, but hears some distressing news about Harry's health and says what he called about can wait. In Twin Peaks. Andy is talking to Bing. Andy confirms that Bing's truck was the one at the accident. Bing is nervous, though. VERY nervous. He says he can't talk there. He'll tell Andy the whole story somewhere else. They agree to meet "above the logging road at Sparkwood and 21" in two hours. Andy leaves and Bing goes inside his house.Frank calls Doc Hayward, and they continue their conversation on Skype. Frank asks Doc about the morning he was called by Harry to examine Cooper at the Great Northern. Doc says Cooper was acting "mighty strange." He took Cooper and had him checked out. An hour later, Doc saw Cooper sneaking out of Intensive Care. Cooper looked at Doc, then turned and left. At the time Doc thought Cooper was looking in on Audrey Horne, who was in a coma after the explosion at the bank. In South Dakota, Lt. Cindy Knox meets Detective Macklay. She's come to investigate the set of fingerprints he submitted to their database and has to verify the source. Macklay tells her about the body and immediately goes to the coroners. Knox is shown the body and is shocked. Knox asks how old the man was; the coroner says late 40s. The man had also died within the last 5-6 days. Knox steps out of the room and calls Colonel Davis. She tells him about Major Briggs' body, that the head is missing and that he's the wrong age. Davis tells her if he died recently, Major Briggs would be in his 70s not late 40s. Davis tells Knox to stay there. Davis has "another call" to make. Knox then tells Macklay that the murder investigation might not be the police's "for too much longer." Meanwhile a dark figure walks by in the hall outside...Philadelphia. Gordon is whistling in his office when Albert comes in. Albert talked with Diane and she said "no fucking way." Gordon says Diane needs to see "Cooper."Gordon and Albert goes to Diane's place, where a man is heading out. Diane tells Diane "fuck you." Gordon tells her Cooper is in a South Dakota prison; she says "good." Albert says they think something is wrong and they need someone who knows Cooper "extremely well" to talk with him and let them know what she thinks. Gordon says it's important "and it involves something that you know about." On a plane to South Dakota. Gordon, Albert, Diane and Tammy Preston are on board. Tammy shows Gordon and Albert Cooper's fingerprints from 25 years ago and from today. Albert sees that the one of the prints looks like it's been reversed. Albert shows Tammy the only photo of Cooper they've gotten in 25 years: at his house in Rio. By the time the FBI got there it was owned "by some girl from Ipanema." Yankton Federal Prison, Sioux City, South Dakota. Diane says she's only going to talk with Cooper for 10 minutes. Diane sees Coopelganger through the interrogation screen and microphone and is visibly shaken. Coopelganger says he was going to see her. She asks him when he last saw her. Coopelganger asks if she's upset with him. Diane replies "What do you think?" She asks him again when the last time it was they saw each other. Coopelganger says "at your house." Diane asks if he remembers that night. "I'll always remember that night." Diane says she will never forget it either. Diane asks Coopelganger "who are you?" Diane closes the screen and rushes out. Gordon tells Warden Murphy to hold Coopelganger until he hears from them. Outside, Diane tells Gordon "that is not the Dale Cooper that I knew." Gordon says that's good enough for him. Gordon asks about "that last night" she mentioned in prison, and Diane says she'll have a talk with Gordon sometime. Inside the prison. Coopelganger is returned to his cell, and he tells the guards he needs to speak to Warden Murphy. He has a message for him. "We need to speak about a strawberry." Twin Peaks. Andy is waiting on the logging road. It's 4:05 and there's no sign of Bing. Meanwhile the truck is outside of Bing's house but the front door is open. The prison. Coopelganger is brought into Warden Murphy's office. The warden has the guards leave, then he pulls out a gun. Murphy tells Coopelganger he also turned off the security cameras. Coopelganger brings up the dog leg that was found in his trunk. "the other three went out with the information you're thinking about right now. Two people you don't want coming around here if anything bad happens to me." Murphy asks how Coopelganger knows anything about "this." Coopelganger namedrops Joe McCluskey and the warden is visibly shaken. Coopelganger says he wants a car, he and Ray Monroe released, and "a friend in the glove compartment" at 1 A.M.Las Vegas. Janey-E is waiting outside Lucky 7 Insurance for "Dougie." Inside, Tony is inside Dougie's office, asking Cooper if there's a reason he's not talking with him. Cooper is playing with a pen. Tony asks about the case files he took to Bushnell's office earlier. Just then Rhonda tells Coop some police are here to see him. Cooper repeats "police." The moment police are mentioned Tony gets the hell outta dodge, saying he has a call to make. Rhonda brings them in. The three Detectives Fusco enter and Cooper fixates on the police badge. Janey-E takes that moment to come in and ask what's happening. The Fuscos say they're here about Dougie's car; Janey-E says that's why she's there, they don't know where his car is. The Fuscos ask if the car was stolen and if he reported it as stolen. Janey-E says no. Bushnell (who slipped into the room) asks the cops if they found the car and the Fuscos admit it. It was involved in an explosion with multiple fatalities; those who died had ties to a gang of car thieves. Janey-E figures that sums up the car theft, and says her and Coop need to leave to go home to their waiting son. The Fuscos ask Janey-E to give them a call in the morning. Bushnell has some questions about the case files Cooper worked on, but says they can wait until tomorrow. Outside, Janey-E explains to Cooper she met with "them" and paid off what Dougie owed them. She tells Cooper the rest of the jackpot is for Sonny Jim's future. Suddenly Ike "The Spike" jumps out of the crowd with a gun. Cooper instinctively snaps into action, grabbing Ike's arm and chopping him in the throat. Cooper, meanwhile, sees a mini version of The Arm, who urges Coop to "squeeze his hand off." Coop chops Ike in the throat a couple more times and the assassin takes off. Cooper fixates on the sound of the police sirens. Later Janey-E tells the cops how "Dougie" took control. The cops find a piece of bloody cloth on the gun and take it as evidence. Twin Peaks, night. The Great Northern Hotel. Ben and Beverly are in his office, trying to figure out the location and source of a strange sound. Beverly first started hearing it "sometime last week." Beverly thinks it's coming from one corner of the room and they go there... but then the noise sounds like it's coming from another part of the room. Then Beverly mentions something that might be of interest to Ben: a room key that came in the mail today. Ben chuckles; it's old, the Hotel switched to cards over 20 years ago. He thinks about the room (315) then remembers that's the room where Cooper was shot. He tells Beverly Coop was there investigating Laura Palmer's murder. Beverly asks who Laura was. "Oh, that, my dear, is a long story." He tells Beverly to have maintenance check out the hum in the morning, then Beverly leaves. The camera pans in for a close-up of the corner where the hum was heard...Beverly's house. Beverly asks Marge how "he" is. Marge says they had kind of a rough day. "He's better, but I had to give him extra pain medication." Marge leaves and Beverly goes inside. Inside Tom Paige (Beverly's husband, presumably) is wheelchair, looked up to an I.V. She tells him she's sorry she's late. He asks why she was late. "I had some things to do." He asks what things. Beverly explains she had work to do. Then she tells Tom "do not fuck with me!" She didn't want to go back to work, and Beverly tells Tom not to fuck this up. At the Roadhouse, someone is sweeping a floor. Thoroughly. Completely. Precisely. Attentively. Precisely. The phone rings and Jean Michel answers it. He tells the person on the phone "I sent him two. He owes me for two." He sent him two blondes. It sounds like the girls he sent were underage. South Dakota. Warden Murphy releases Coopelganger and Ray. A guard gives Coopelganger a phone, and Coopelganger tells Ray to drive. They leave the prison as the warden watches.Twin Peaks. It's a busy night at the RR Diner. Norma is working on paperwork in a booth while Shelly and Heidi handle the customers. Someone rushes in, asking if anybody's seen Bing. No one has...
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"She was trembling with fear. Quaking, like an animal. I might even venture a guess to say that it was fear that killed her. And in the moment of her death ... I saw Bob. As if he'd slipped in through a crevice in time. Upon reflection, I believe there's a connection between his appearance and Josie's fear. He was attracted by it. He may even feed off it."
COOPER: "This is the autopsy on her. Doc Hayward said he couldn’t determine cause of death."COOPER hands the manila folder to HAWK. HAWK reaches out for it.
COOPER: "The body only weighed 65 pounds."HAWK freezes his reach for the folder and looks directly at COOPER.
HAWK: "How’s that possible?"
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Two things about the latest episode:1) Wow.2) The linguistic pedant in me has to point out that the term "Convenience Store" didn't exist back then.
Edit for third thing about the episode:
3) Yay--NO DOUGIE! Or, more precisely, NONE OF THE PEOPLE WHO KNOW DOUGIE! I'm on record above about Lynch's complete inability to present human beings talking to each other. The Dougie scenes in the previous couple of episodes caused me to invent a Twin Peaks drinking game. The rules:
A) Do a shot every time someone begins or ends a sentence with "Dougie."
B) The last one to die of alcohol poisoning wins.
That's only an imaginary game of course, but Naomi Watts looked unhappy enough with her dialog that I think she might seriously consider playing ...
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