History WMG / BatesMotel

20th May '16 10:21:40 AM Da1tonTheGreat
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He has AwesomenessByAnalysis, which would make him a great detective. He's also made a HeelFaceTurn and has nothing better to do, so why not offer to help the people who come looking for Marion Crane? He's already crippled, so getting knocked down the staircase by Norman would be pretty believable.

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He has AwesomenessByAnalysis, which would make him a great detective. He's also made a HeelFaceTurn and has nothing better to do, so why not offer to help the people who come looking for Marion Crane? He's already crippled, so getting knocked down the staircase by Norman would be pretty believable.believable.

[[WMG: Certain characters will turn out to be [[CanonCharacterAllAlong Canon Characters All Along]].]]
Dylan and Emma will meet Marion Crane in Seattle and befriend her. She will fulfill her ''Psycho'' storyline, winding up at the Bates Motel and getting stabbed in the shower. At that point, Dylan and Emma will take the roles of Sam Loomis and Lila Crane. As per the above WMG, they'll hire Chick Hogan to look into her disappearance, and he'll fill Milton Arbogast's role and death at the hands of "Mother." In the end, Emma, who hasn't been exposed to much of Norman's craziness, will be the one who finds Norma's body, and Dylan will overpower Norman top stop "Mother" from killing Emma. Dr. Edwards will fill the part of the psychiatrist from the end of the film as Norman is locked up in Pineview forever.
20th May '16 9:14:25 AM Da1tonTheGreat
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* Norman doesn't have to kill Norma necessarily

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* Norman doesn't have to kill Norma necessarilynecessarily.
* Jossed.
19th May '16 9:13:53 PM Da1tonTheGreat
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This will create even more complications.

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This will create even more complications.complications.
* Jossed.

[[WMG: Chick Hogan will take the role of Milton Arbogast.]]
He has AwesomenessByAnalysis, which would make him a great detective. He's also made a HeelFaceTurn and has nothing better to do, so why not offer to help the people who come looking for Marion Crane? He's already crippled, so getting knocked down the staircase by Norman would be pretty believable.
19th May '16 2:58:54 PM Da1tonTheGreat
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* Actually confirmed. The producers have since said that Season 5 will be "colliding with certain events in the narrative of the film" and that Marion Crane will appear in multiple episodes.
16th Mar '16 3:48:33 PM SandwichesHinderProgress
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* Jossed. It will be five seasons.

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* Jossed. It will be five seasons.seasons.

[[WMG: Norman signed Norma's name instead of his own on the Pineview documents.]]
This will create even more complications.
16th Mar '16 12:57:12 PM Da1tonTheGreat
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* Looking even more likely now that [[spoiler:Romero has accepted Norma's marriage proposal.]]




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* Jossed. The producers have explicitly said they will not be doing this.



In this interview [[http://deadline.com/2013/05/carlton-cuse-at-bates-motel-panel-we-pretty-much-ripped-off-twin-peaks-496320/]] it is stated that the show is meant to do the 70 episodes of ''TwinPeaks'' that are missing. There have been 10 episodes each season, so they must be shooting for a seven-season plan.

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In this interview [[http://deadline.com/2013/05/carlton-cuse-at-bates-motel-panel-we-pretty-much-ripped-off-twin-peaks-496320/]] it is stated that the show is meant to do the 70 episodes of ''TwinPeaks'' that are missing. There have been 10 episodes each season, so they must be shooting for a seven-season plan.plan.
* Jossed. It will be five seasons.
21st Aug '15 5:51:22 PM hadapurpura
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*Norman doesn't have to kill Norma necessarily




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***ALso Norman is already a suspicious individual in White Pine Bay, and his genetic/physical data's already in national databases. The point of Psycho is that Norman is the opposite of suspicious even to the Sheriff and his wife, so Dylan would be a better fit .

[[WMG: Dylan is in love with Norma]]
The reason Dylan keeps telling Norman Norma's poison and he needs to get laid, etc... is that he wants to take him out of the way between himself and his mother. And instead of talking Norma into accepting that Norman's growing up and it's healthy that he has a life of his own, he's thrown Norman's sexuality in her face at least twice about Emma and Bradley, respectively (as in "Neener, neener, he likes a girl ("who isn't you" is implied). He's also usually trying to convince Norma that sending Norman away would be the best thing for him. When he had a blackout after Norma left them for a night, Dylan told her what happened with Norman, but instead of trying to have a conversation about her and Norman's relationship ("he needs you so much he goes nuts the second you aren't there), he acts like Norman's just a garden variety crazy.

Up until recently he had a very adversarial relationship with his mother and claimed to want to save Norman from her claws, yet he did everything in his power, including blackmail, to get his way back into those claws. If he thought his mom was poison, why would he research and travel across the country to be with her? He even blackmailed her into not throwing him out of the house after a fight with Norman. He also had a very sexualized insult for Norma: The Whore. While it's canon that she uses sex as a tool, she's far from being promiscuous. A normal insult from an estranged son would've been, for example, the annoying bitch, or the asshole. Not The Whore. And when Norman disocvered he had been harboring Caleb, Dylan went mental, ready to kill Norman over her.

And why did he have some flirtation with Bradley and is currently with Emma? Well, since he sees Norman as the man who stole Norma away from him, stealing a girlfriend from Norman is fair game.

This could tie to the "Dylan is Norman from Psycho" and the "Norma and Norman have sex before the end" WMGs. Norma and Norman have sex or formalize their romantic relationship, Dylan gets jealous, kills them, and assumes their identities and personalities.
18th Aug '15 6:31:52 PM SandwichesHinderProgress
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He is starting to believe that he is his mother.

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He is starting to believe that he is his mother.mother.

[[WMG: The show will have a total of seven seasons.]]
In this interview [[http://deadline.com/2013/05/carlton-cuse-at-bates-motel-panel-we-pretty-much-ripped-off-twin-peaks-496320/]] it is stated that the show is meant to do the 70 episodes of ''TwinPeaks'' that are missing. There have been 10 episodes each season, so they must be shooting for a seven-season plan.
10th Aug '15 5:51:25 AM LonelyWonk
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Everything in their dysfunctional, co-dependent, emotionally incestuous relationship and crazy lives have increasingly pushed them closer and closer together to the point of becoming, essentially, one. We know this process will find it's ultimate expression in ''Psycho''. Norman and Norma are constantly jealous when the other has an intimate relationship with someone other than each other and Norman has already admitted to his mother that he is sexually attracted to her and she has brushed this off as perfectly normal. Having sex with his mother would be the ultimate way of becoming one in Norman's mind. Afterwards, this affair will cause Norma to feel deeply wrong and make her realize that she has ruined Norman and she will then refuse to have sex with him ever again and, seeking to push him away and entangle herself from him, she will start to have a relationship with another man. This time, Norman will be so enraged and broken by what he perceives as his mother's rejection of him and his jealousy of this man, that it will be the thing that finally causes Norman to consciously kill this man but Norma herself will be killed perhaps accidentally in the process, explaining the backstory about how he killed his mother and a lover in ''Psycho'''. Otherwise, I can't see anything in the story justifying Norman ever killing his mother with how deeply in love with her that he is.

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Everything in their dysfunctional, co-dependent, emotionally incestuous relationship and crazy lives have increasingly pushed them closer and closer together to the point of becoming, essentially, one. We know this process will find it's ultimate expression in ''Psycho''. Norman and Norma are constantly jealous when the other has an intimate relationship with someone other than each other and Norman has already admitted to his mother that he is sexually attracted to her and she has brushed this off as perfectly normal. Having sex with his mother would be the ultimate way of becoming one in Norman's mind. Afterwards, this affair will cause Norma to feel deeply wrong and make her realize that she has ruined Norman and she will then refuse to have sex with him ever again and, seeking to push him away and entangle herself from him, she will start to have a relationship with another man. This time, Norman will be so enraged and broken by what he perceives as his mother's rejection of him and his jealousy of and rage against this man, man for taking her away from him, that it will be the thing that finally causes Norman to consciously kill this man but Norma herself will be killed perhaps accidentally in the process, explaining the backstory about how he killed his mother and a lover in ''Psycho'''. ''Psycho''. Of course, Norman's psychosis will be complete and he may not even realize he killed Norma as The Mother that he hallucinates makes him believe she is still with him as long as he lives. Otherwise, I can't see anything in the story justifying Norman ever killing his mother with how deeply in love with her that he is.is, despite all their problems.
10th Aug '15 5:47:15 AM LonelyWonk
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[[WMG: Norman and Norma will have sex before The End]]
Everything in their dysfunctional, co-dependent, emotionally incestuous relationship and crazy lives have increasingly pushed them closer and closer together to the point of becoming, essentially, one. We know this process will find it's ultimate expression in ''Psycho''. Norman and Norma are constantly jealous when the other has an intimate relationship with someone other than each other and Norman has already admitted to his mother that he is sexually attracted to her and she has brushed this off as perfectly normal. Having sex with his mother would be the ultimate way of becoming one in Norman's mind. Afterwards, this affair will cause Norma to feel deeply wrong and make her realize that she has ruined Norman and she will then refuse to have sex with him ever again and, seeking to push him away and entangle herself from him, she will start to have a relationship with another man. This time, Norman will be so enraged and broken by what he perceives as his mother's rejection of him and his jealousy of this man, that it will be the thing that finally causes Norman to consciously kill this man but Norma herself will be killed perhaps accidentally in the process, explaining the backstory about how he killed his mother and a lover in ''Psycho'''. Otherwise, I can't see anything in the story justifying Norman ever killing his mother with how deeply in love with her that he is.
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