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  1. It actually was allegedly set during Eisenhower's inauguration, which I guess also fell on the night I Love Lucy aired the episode where Lucy gave birth? And those elements were going to come into play in some way, and somehow the Lodge beings' arrival was to be depicted with insects and a Formica table? I have no idea.
  2. Full disclosure: I had heard something about "glowing balls" with people's faces in them - devoid of any context whatsoever, I might add - and Laura's face was mentioned. But even if I hadn't known that I would've expected Laura to be in that ball. Lynch/Frost just elevated her to the level of creation myth. I do suspect the young girl may have been Sarah.
  3. Laura is Kal-El! Some of that stuff (1956, etc.) goes back to elements from the original script of FWWM, where they'd apparently intended another flashback sequence to show Lodge spirits emerging in our world. I loved that, but whoo it'll be divisive.
  4. Laura Palmer will save us all

  5. Even more hype from show DP Peter Deming (Lynch's longtime director of photography, from Mulholland Drive, etc.):
  6. Well, they're not my tweets - one is from TP Archive and the other is from Lynch's right hand producer Sabrina Sutherland (who also appeared as a casino attendant in Parts 3 and 4). I really have no idea what will happen in the episode and I wouldn't assume just yet. There are rumors about how long the Dougie saga may or may not go on, but I don't know. I think a lot of people are banking on it wrapping here to coincide with the two-week break, but I have my doubts. I know Jim Belushi and Robert Knepper, the Vegas crime boss brothers, are supposed to have substantial roles so I think if things do change they'll simply enter a new phase.
  7. Fun fact: Allegedly, the black figure in the cell in Episode 2 and the one walking in the morgue last week were played by two different actors. This is supposedly confirmed by the actor from Episode 2 on FB, but I'm not 100%.
  8. I don't think it's any different than any other series. As for conflict they're just being honest about the same thing the franchise has always done. Roddenberry talked a big game but most of his stories involved interpersonal conflict and often violence. Same with most of the best of Trek.
  9. I mean, if that's the worst thinkpiece we get in several months I'll call it a win.