Maybe I was reading too much into the line reading but didn't it sound more like Cooper than Dougie when he said "damn good"?I just can't get over the fact that "damn good" cherry pie literally saved Dale Cooper's life.
I laughed my ass off at that line, too. And immediately thought less of myself for it. There's just something about Gordon loudly stating the blatantly obvious that tickles the funny bone.Gordon saying "He's dead" when looking at Matthew Lillard's body was hysterical.
I recognized Witt as Gersten, but didn't remember that the man she was with was Becky's husband. Interesting that the the only Hayward daughter so-far present and accounted for is the "other woman" in that shitshow of a marriage.The other woman involved with Becky's husband is Gersten Hayward (Donna's younger sister) and portrayed by Alicia Witt again.
Yes it did. But I'm done being Charlie Brown, taking each glimpse of the old Cooper to mean that this time Lucy will let me kick the football. I'm just going to assume we won't see the old Cooper until the finale at this point, and if it happens before then I'll just be pleasantly surprised.Maybe I was reading too much into the line reading but didn't it sound more like Cooper than Dougie when he said "damn good"?
I'm still waiting for the reveal that she's actually an undercover operative of the Nevada Gaming Control Board or something.If Coop sounded like Coop when he said "damn good," he's had about as many moments of clarity as Candie. They'd make a great couple. Of space cadets.
As Tino noted, Shelly always goes for the bad guy. Bobby straightening out his life is probably what doomed their marriage.For some reason (probably because like so many of the new faces, we've gotten so few scenes with him), it didn't connect with me that the guy Shelly ran out to see was the same one who terrified Richard Horne (until reading recaps today).
Until this episode, I assumed that Becky's father was one of many in a long line of short-lived scumbags in Shelly's life, and that Shelly raised her as a single mother. But not only is Bobby Becky's father, he actually seems to be quite involved in her life. That was really nice to see.I LOVE every Bobby Briggs scene. The look of sadness on his face when Shelley embraced Balthazar Getty's character was heartbreaking.
I have absolutely nothing to base this on, but my own feeling has been for a while that Cooper will wake up either at the end of Episode 12 or early in Episode 13. I think the show's third act will have all of the disparate plot lines converging in a single location. To that point, in the pilot Cooper mentions to Diane that Twin Peaks is "5 miles south of the Canadian border and 12 miles west of the state line."Yes it did. But I'm done being Charlie Brown, taking each glimpse of the old Cooper to mean that this time Lucy will let me kick the football. I'm just going to assume we won't see the old Cooper until the finale at this point, and if it happens before then I'll just be pleasantly surprised.
I really thought we were past these types of vague introductions several weeks ago. Who's Billy? Or Tina? Or Chuck?I kind of had assumed they were saving the appearance of Audrey for some big reveal. The way that her scene played out doesn't seem to be worth holding back for. It seems like that could have shown up in any number of other episodes without much consequence.
I don't know if it'll wrap things up but the last two episodes are on September 3. Considering the length of time that it took to get these episodes done, I doubt there will ever be any more after that.Is TP scheduled to wrap up with the final two episodes on September 3?
I'm trying to remember, was there even a two-shot of her and Clarke Middleton (Charlie)? I don't recall seeing them together.On a related note, Sherilynn Fenn's social media hints about her dissatisfaction during filming make a whole lot more sense now.