History WMG / TwinPeaks

20th Jul '16 5:43:09 PM Mitsukara
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** She will play a new victim murdered in an identical manner to Laura, whose death will spark off the events of the new series, and who will act as a reference to both Laura and Lilly.

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** She will play a new victim murdered in an identical manner to Laura, whose death will spark off the events of the new series, and who will act as a reference to both Laura and Lilly.Lilly.

[[WMG:Dale Cooper never sent any of his tapes to "Diane", because throughout his investigations, there is no Diane working back at his FBI office.]]
He once knew someone named Diane, possibly romantically, and/or as an actual assistant, but she is actually deceased, and his tapes are used purely for his own notes, not two-way communication. He addresses everything to Diane conversationally because he feels better doing it that way. This is why his notes include all sorts of job-irrelevant minutia about every little aspect of his daily experiences. Whether or not Dale is psychologically aware of the truth of this situation, or perhaps thinks Diane really is back at the office helping him, is unclear. Whether or not her spirit is helping him in dreams/in the various metaphysical realms he may or may not be traveling through is, also, unclear.
7th May '16 2:01:50 AM GreenLady
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Possesses people? Check. Sadistic and evil? Check. Operates in dimensions + abilities outside human comprehension and what should be possible? Check.

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Possesses people? Check. Sadistic and evil? Check. Operates in dimensions + abilities outside human comprehension and what should be possible? Check.Check.

[[WMG: Creator/AmandaSeyfried's character will be closely linked to Laura Palmer in some way.]]
Seyfried's character in ''Series/VeronicaMars'', Lilly Kane, is a pretty explicit homage to Laura Palmer: like Laura, she's the most popular girl in school whose perfect outer life is gradually revealed to hide some very grim secrets; her best friend and her boyfriend fall in love with one another while solving her murder; she frequently appears as an apparition to the show's main detective; and she was murdered [[spoiler:by a father figure who was sexually exploiting her]]. Now that Seyfried has been added to the roster of guest stars due to appear in 2017's ''Twin Peaks'' reboot, it seems like a perfect opportunity for a CastingGag that will homage the homage (which seems like something David Lynch would do). Some possible theories to get the ball rolling:
** She will play the version of Laura who is presumably still in the Black Lodge, since it makes sense that Laura would still appear to be roughly the age she was when she died; Sheryl Lee, meanwhile, will actually play another character altogether, possibly [[BlondeBrunetteRedhead the redheaded cousin of Laura and Maddy]] who WordOfGod has stated was to be Lee's character in Season 3.
** She will play a child Laura had in secret and gave up for adoption prior to the events of ''Fire Walk With Me''.
** She will play a new victim murdered in an identical manner to Laura, whose death will spark off the events of the new series, and who will act as a reference to both Laura and Lilly.
29th Mar '16 9:01:33 AM Morgenthaler
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Without avatars to project their influence through, things start getting weird. Instead of only a couple of people with ties to the powers of good and evil, now the powers seem to "leak" out into the world. This brings us to {{Twin Peaks}}. The black lodge has Killer BOB, the white lodge has (perhaps) the giant. The two lodges try to influence people in the real world using dreams. Windom Earl, a truly evil soul, is being contacted by the black lodge. The hope to use him as their pseudo-avatar. Likewise, agent Cooper is being contacted by the white lodge, who need a truly good soul to defeat evil. The show was cancelled before this could be resolved, and the series ends with Cooper trapped (perhaps forever) in the black lodge.

As {{David Lynch}} has confirmed that {{Lost Highway}} takes place in the Twin Peaks universe, and since {{Mulholland Drive}} was originally meant to be a spinoff for Audrey, it can be assumed that these two movies play by the same rules. People are influenced by the two lodges, each trying to gain a foothold in reality without the use of a proper Avatar. As Mulholland Drive is revealed [[spoiler: to be mostly a dream meant to cover up the main character's murder of her lover]], this could be either the white lodge trying to make her face what she's done, or the black lodge trying to make her forget about it and join them. Similarly, many parts of Lost Highway can be explained as visions from the lodges, the Mystery Man being a creature similar to Killer BOB, etc.

It must be remembered that time moves differently in the lodges than on our plane of reality. In the Twin Peaks prequel movie, Laura is warned about events that won't happen until the series proper. With that in mind, let's take a look at events that happened in Middlesex, Virginia. The year is 1988, and {{Donnie Darko}} is a troubled teenager who frequently sleepwalks. He also has vivid dreams. One day, a vision of Frank the rabbit tells him to leave his room. Donnie does so, and his bed is then destroyed by a mysterious falling airplane turbine. Donnie is told that he has 28 days to prevent the world from being destroyed. Clearly, the white lodge is using Frank as it's voice to help Donnie save the world. In the [[{{recut}} director's cut]], Donnie is often seen to "download" information, with close-ups of his eye and many numbers and images flashing by. The Word of God on this is that the information is coming from unseen beings from the future. In actual fact, this is the White Lodge giving Donnie info on future events which he needs to prevent. The story of Donnie Darko plays out over the course of about a month, before Donnie travels back in time and saves the world by letting the airplane turbine kill him instead of leaving his bed. The events that took place during most of the movie end up never happening. They were erased from existence. Of course, the two lodges still remember them, as they exist outside of normal time.

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Without avatars to project their influence through, things start getting weird. Instead of only a couple of people with ties to the powers of good and evil, now the powers seem to "leak" out into the world. This brings us to {{Twin Series/{{Twin Peaks}}. The black lodge has Killer BOB, the white lodge has (perhaps) the giant. The two lodges try to influence people in the real world using dreams. Windom Earl, a truly evil soul, is being contacted by the black lodge. The hope to use him as their pseudo-avatar. Likewise, agent Cooper is being contacted by the white lodge, who need a truly good soul to defeat evil. The show was cancelled before this could be resolved, and the series ends with Cooper trapped (perhaps forever) in the black lodge.

As {{David Creator/{{David Lynch}} has confirmed that {{Lost Film/{{Lost Highway}} takes place in the Twin Peaks universe, and since {{Mulholland Film/{{Mulholland Drive}} was originally meant to be a spinoff for Audrey, it can be assumed that these two movies play by the same rules. People are influenced by the two lodges, each trying to gain a foothold in reality without the use of a proper Avatar. As Mulholland Drive is revealed [[spoiler: to be mostly a dream meant to cover up the main character's murder of her lover]], this could be either the white lodge trying to make her face what she's done, or the black lodge trying to make her forget about it and join them. Similarly, many parts of Lost Highway can be explained as visions from the lodges, the Mystery Man being a creature similar to Killer BOB, etc.

It must be remembered that time moves differently in the lodges than on our plane of reality. In the Twin Peaks prequel movie, Laura is warned about events that won't happen until the series proper. With that in mind, let's take a look at events that happened in Middlesex, Virginia. The year is 1988, and {{Donnie Film/{{Donnie Darko}} is a troubled teenager who frequently sleepwalks. He also has vivid dreams. One day, a vision of Frank the rabbit tells him to leave his room. Donnie does so, and his bed is then destroyed by a mysterious falling airplane turbine. Donnie is told that he has 28 days to prevent the world from being destroyed. Clearly, the white lodge is using Frank as it's voice to help Donnie save the world. In the [[{{recut}} director's cut]], Donnie is often seen to "download" information, with close-ups of his eye and many numbers and images flashing by. The Word of God on this is that the information is coming from unseen beings from the future. In actual fact, this is the White Lodge giving Donnie info on future events which he needs to prevent. The story of Donnie Darko plays out over the course of about a month, before Donnie travels back in time and saves the world by letting the airplane turbine kill him instead of leaving his bed. The events that took place during most of the movie end up never happening. They were erased from existence. Of course, the two lodges still remember them, as they exist outside of normal time.
4th Nov '15 4:24:53 PM nyarlathotwink
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* She made an awfully big show of making sure [[spoiler: Andrew and Pete]] knew where the key to the safety deposit box was. It is possible she took whatever had been put into Thomas Eckhart's deposit box for herself and planted a bomb in it, knowing that [[spoiler: Andrew]] would take the key and check it out himself. She may or may not have anticipated [[spoiler: Pete]] going with him.

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* She made an awfully big show of making sure [[spoiler: Andrew and Pete]] knew where the key to the safety deposit box was. It is possible she took whatever had been put into Thomas Eckhart's deposit box for herself and planted a bomb in it, knowing that [[spoiler: Andrew]] would take the key and check it out himself. She may or may not have anticipated [[spoiler: Pete]] going with him.him.

[[WMG: Killer BOB is an avatar of [[Franchise/CthulhuMythos Nyarlathotep]].]]
Possesses people? Check. Sadistic and evil? Check. Operates in dimensions + abilities outside human comprehension and what should be possible? Check.
6th Jul '15 9:00:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* BOB and The Man From Another Place still harbor the same connection on some level, which is why the latter demands his [[PerfectlyCromulentWord garmonbozia]] in ''Main/FireWalkWithMe''.

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* BOB and The Man From Another Place still harbor the same connection on some level, which is why the latter demands his [[PerfectlyCromulentWord garmonbozia]] in ''Main/FireWalkWithMe''.''Film/TwinPeaksFireWalkWithMe''.
1st Dec '14 9:43:02 AM StFan
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[[WMG: The events of the series was a back-up plan by [[DigimonWonderswanSeries ZeedMillenniumon]].]]

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[[WMG: The events of the series was a back-up plan by [[DigimonWonderswanSeries [[VideoGame/DigimonWonderswanSeries ZeedMillenniumon]].]]
16th Nov '14 9:53:06 PM gamblorghost
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[[WMG: Catherine Martell planted the bomb that killed Andrew Packard and her husband]]
* She made an awfully big show of making sure Andrew and Pete knew where the key to the safety deposit box was. It is possible she took whatever had been put into Thomas Eckhart's deposit box for herself and planted a bomb in it, knowing that Andrew would take the key and check it out himself. She may or may not have anticipated Pete going with him.

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[[WMG: Catherine Martell planted the bomb that [[spoiler: killed Andrew Packard and her husband]]
husband]]]]
* She made an awfully big show of making sure [[spoiler: Andrew and Pete Pete]] knew where the key to the safety deposit box was. It is possible she took whatever had been put into Thomas Eckhart's deposit box for herself and planted a bomb in it, knowing that Andrew [[spoiler: Andrew]] would take the key and check it out himself. She may or may not have anticipated Pete [[spoiler: Pete]] going with him.
16th Nov '14 9:50:33 PM gamblorghost
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There's definitely a peak in season 1. Not sure about season 2, but if not that, then maybe the other peak will be in season 3.

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There's definitely a peak in season 1. Not sure about season 2, but if not that, then maybe the other peak will be in season 3.3.

[[WMG: Catherine Martell planted the bomb that killed Andrew Packard and her husband]]
*She made an awfully big show of making sure Andrew and Pete knew where the key to the safety deposit box was. It is possible she took whatever had been put into Thomas Eckhart's deposit box for herself and planted a bomb in it, knowing that Andrew would take the key and check it out himself. She may or may not have anticipated Pete going with him.
8th Nov '14 8:41:06 AM HoursGoneBy
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* BOB and The Man From Another Place still harbor the same connection on some level, which is why the latter demands his [[PerfectlyCromulentWord garmonbozia]] in ''Film/FireWalkWithMe''.

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* BOB and The Man From Another Place still harbor the same connection on some level, which is why the latter demands his [[PerfectlyCromulentWord garmonbozia]] in ''Film/FireWalkWithMe''.''Main/FireWalkWithMe''.
23rd Oct '14 8:35:07 AM SandwichesHinderProgress
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* She has a big crush on Cooper and considers him a friend and he disappears for 25 years? I think that could inspire someone to join the FBI to search for answers.

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* She has a big crush on Cooper and considers him a friend and he disappears for 25 years? I think that could inspire someone to join the FBI to search for answers.answers.

[[WMG: The "Peaks" in the title refer to two peaks within the show in terms of enjoyment.]]
There's definitely a peak in season 1. Not sure about season 2, but if not that, then maybe the other peak will be in season 3.
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