If anyone has already pointed out that Hawk dropped an Indian Head nickel out of his pocket that lead him to the toilet stall door, I apologize. More to the point: What did Bushnell see in Dougie's Doodles? This episode was such a letdown in general. I don't even know who Audrey is-or Diane. Cooper and pretty much no one else save maybe Audrey, and then Laura Palmer. When he does remember who he truly is, how's that going to affect him mentally, knowing he has to leave these people behind? W serialu pojawi się również wiele nowych postaci.
It's truly bizarre and it's also very bloody. This episode was such a letdown in general. That episode to me, at least was very different in tone and mood than the rest of the series has been so far. Or the moments that could be made into him being an idiot savant or some useful tool, but instead are given empathy, like the scene where he was struggling to write, or his boss slowly catching onto whatever message was being put into the case files. There is a real sweetness, melancholy and tenderness in this plot thread. Coop, the one-armed man told you that you need to wake up. Glad we finally got to see what Diane looks look -- for all of three seconds.
Edited June 12, 2017 by Pete Martell I'm still stunned at the child dying. I'm starting to feel some investment in the Vegas plotline. I saw some fans say Lynch was using that scene as a metaphor for fans trying to understand his work and convincing themselves they do. When I recently re-watched Season 1, I was surprised at how much I adored his original performance, and how little I appreciated Kyle McLaughlin's acting the first time around. It says a lot when the first and almost only good moment of the episode for me was the infamous red signal.
I'm seeing how gifted he is in the revival with his ability to evoke emotion by acting with his eyes, and a few repeated phrases. I could watch a whole season just of this character! I know she was the one who made that call or text, or whatever it was to the device in Argentina but that's all I know about her. I know, those moments are supposed to be cliffhangers; except I wonder if there's a cliff to hang on, since I'm not sure if it's connected to a plot or if it's yet another contribution to the general pointlessness. That, and the people were so weird, just standing and watching afterward. We review, discuss and react episode 7 -- s03e07. I never realized how good Kyle McLaughlin was.
To be honest, I don't remember hardly any characters from the original and I know I need to do some research. But just speaking for myself, I've enjoyed and appreciated - more than I thought I would - seeing this reconnection of the basic vulnerability, kindness, warmth that was the heartbeat of the character. I'm thinking we're never going to get back to the real Dale Cooper until the last few episodes of the season. It wasn't another dime with Hawk's pic on it. In one of the original series' episodes, he states he still wishes at one point to someday be able to form a family; here he's getting that. Its perfect for grabbing the attention of your viewers. Didn't he say he was a caregiver for a woman named Linda? She won't be your run of the mill secretary for sure.
If anyone has already pointed out that Hawk dropped an Indian Head nickel out of his pocket that lead him to the toilet stall door, I apologize. Clearly, the centerpiece plot of this season is finding a way to get Evil Cooper back to the Black Lodge and have Good Cooper to stay on Earth. It says a lot when the first and almost only good moment of the episode for me was the infamous red signal. That, and the people were so weird, just standing and watching afterward. Haven't been comparing, it's an ongoing discussion. The inclusion of the mini assassin both made me laugh and made me vaguely uncomfortable.
I've seen the latest seasons of Grantchester and Broadchurch. As much as the Dougie scenes are killing me don't die! I think the cloud going up was supposed to be pain and suffering or whatever the term is from Fire Walk With Me. Hawk has had a fair amount to do. Maybe that's a connection or part of the connection to Hawk's ethnicity. But I really can't take Cooper stumbling around through Dougie's life like a stroke victim any longer.
Around the Internet Image of the Week Spoiler Syntax Don't Forget the Exclamation Points! I think Shelly has to have more to do because of her daughter. I didn't even realize the Tonys were on last night, but in recent years I mostly just pay attention when Hugh Jackman is involved. Nowy Twin Peaks został w całości wyreżyserowany przez Davida Lyncha. There was more of Twin Peaks in this week's Fargo then there was in Twin Peaks. That's all I got for this episode. Every promising moment starts to look like a crumb thrown in a stupid game of cat and mouse.