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18th Sep '17 4:30:17 PM Mullon
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* If anything the end of ''The Return'' supports this. Presumably after [[spoiler: Coop changed the timeline]] he said "Fuck it" and moved to Portland, [[spoiler: and he doesn't say his name to prevent a time paradox]]. Maybe Dougie moved to Austin too.
31st Aug '17 4:15:11 PM JamieMoon
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* [[spoiler:Confirmed in Richard's case.]]
16th Aug '17 3:46:46 PM idominatio2
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* [[WMG: The series ends with the Woodsmen [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion popping heads and sickening everyone's around the portals in the world]]]]

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* [[WMG: The series ends with the Woodsmen [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion popping heads and sickening everyone's everyone around the portals in the world]]]]
16th Aug '17 3:44:51 PM idominatio2
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* [[WMG: The series ends with the Woodsmen [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion popping heads and sickening everyone's around the portals in the world]]]]
15th Jul '17 7:49:23 AM YourReporter
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[[WMG:Dougie Jones was manufactured by the One-Armed Man.]]
He did this so Cooper could have a chance rejoining human society while Killer BOB had possession of his real body. In Part 3 of "The Return", the One-Armed Man appears to be the one who has control over Dougie, as he explains the circumstances of his existence and turns him into a golden pearl. In later episodes, he is seen guiding the good Cooper back to his real body, indicating that he is on Coop's side.
30th Jun '17 3:16:35 PM CountMontoni
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From the perspective of the Lodge creatures, the Woodsmen are bottom features who feast on leftover garmonbozia while spreading disease and being a general nuisance. They swarm around the Convenience store like flies over fruit but never or rarely seem to actually enter it, implying that they are unwelcome. In short, they are similar to cockroaches for the Lodge creatures. The reason the old lady woodsman appears so terrified in ''Fire Walk With Me'' is because the Lodge creatures are trying to conduct a pest control operation on the Fat Trout Trailer Park and kill off every Woodsman they see to clean it up.

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From the perspective of the Lodge creatures, the Woodsmen are bottom features feeders who feast on leftover garmonbozia while spreading disease and being a general nuisance. They swarm around the Convenience store like flies over fruit but never or rarely seem to actually enter it, implying that they are unwelcome. In short, they are similar to cockroaches for the Lodge creatures.unwelcome, again, much like pest bugs. The reason the old lady woodsman appears so terrified in ''Fire Walk With Me'' is because the Lodge creatures are trying to conduct a pest control operation on the Fat Trout Trailer Park and kill off every Woodsman they see to clean it up.
28th Jun '17 2:40:34 PM CountMontoni
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* Jossed. ''The Return'' makes it clear she was [[spoiler: created, or at least "chosen", by The White Lodge]].
28th Jun '17 2:39:33 PM CountMontoni
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While the Woodsmen do revive BOB/Cooper, this is just another reason they are a pest to the Lodge creatures: they keep an unwanted doppelganger alive longer than needed to feed off of more garmonbozia and obstruct any action The Arm could take against BOB, making them even more of a nuisance. It's possible they are bottom-feeders and pests who have become self-conscious and are trying to avenge themselves on their exterminators.
28th Jun '17 2:37:49 PM CountMontoni
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[[WMG: The Woodsmen are pests, and the Lodge creatures are trying to exterminate them.]]

From the perspective of the Lodge creatures, the Woodsmen are bottom features who feast on leftover garmonbozia while spreading disease and being a general nuisance. They swarm around the Convenience store like flies over fruit but never or rarely seem to actually enter it, implying that they are unwelcome. In short, they are similar to cockroaches for the Lodge creatures. The reason the old lady woodsman appears so terrified in ''Fire Walk With Me'' is because the Lodge creatures are trying to conduct a pest control operation on the Fat Trout Trailer Park and kill off every Woodsman they see to clean it up.
23rd Jun '17 4:53:05 PM gunarao
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Wouldn't this be a terribly dark take on FanPreferredCouple and BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor?? The Giant (or ????? as the credits call him) tells Cooper to remember the names Richard and Linda. We've already met Richard Horne in episode 5 of ''The Return'' and he spent his first appearance letting the audience know what a sociopathic rapist he is not unlike what you'd expect BOB!Cooper's offspring to be like. The way Richard grabs and gropes the girl in his booth is similar to the scene of Coopelganger and Dorya. Despite being gently rejected from Cooper, the original series made it clear that Audrey always carried a torch for the Agent so why not unknowingly give in to the seduction of his Doppelganger? As of now we don't know exactly what Richard's relationship to the rest of the Horne's is but he seems to be in his mid-twenties.... Given that Audrey was recovering from the bank explosion after Season 2 and Mr.C vanished from Twin Peaks not long after taking Cooper's place there's a chance that this isn't the case. Unless Richard is actually Audrey and John Wheeler's son. Either way please be wrong, please be wrong, please be wrong, please be wrong.

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Wouldn't this be a terribly dark take on FanPreferredCouple and BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor?? The Giant (or ????? as the credits call him) tells Cooper to remember the names Richard and Linda. We've already met Richard Horne in episode 5 of ''The Return'' and he spent his first appearance letting the audience know what a sociopathic rapist he is not unlike what you'd expect BOB!Cooper's offspring to be like. The way Richard grabs and gropes the girl in his booth is similar to the scene of Coopelganger and Dorya. Despite being gently rejected from Cooper, the original series made it clear that Audrey always carried a torch for the Agent so why not unknowingly give in to the seduction of his Doppelganger? As of now we don't know exactly what Richard's relationship to the rest of the Horne's is but he seems to be in his mid-twenties.... Given that Audrey was recovering from the bank explosion after Season 2 and Mr.C vanished from Twin Peaks not long after taking Cooper's place there's a chance that this isn't the case. Unless Richard is actually Audrey and John Wheeler's son. Either way please be wrong, please be wrong, please be wrong, please be wrong.wrong.

[[WMG: BOB will assume direct control of Mr. C when Cooper fully returns]]
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