Twin Peaks the Return, episode 14 & 15

Our server isn’t really equipped for podcasts, any trouble with the audio go to our Substack site: Twin Peaks the Return, episode 14 & 15 ( In Buckhorn, South Dakota, Cole calls the Twin Peaks Sheriff’s Department. Lucy Brennan answers, recognizing Cole’s voice after babbling on for a while she connects him the sheriff. Cole expects Harry but Frank explains his brother’s ill and tells him about the pages from Laura Palmer‘s diary Hawk found that suggested the existence of two Coopers. Albert tells Tammy “Case number one, this started the whole thing. 1975 two young field agents investigate a murder in Olympia Washington. They arrive at a motel to arrest a suspect named Lois Duffy. They hear a gunshot outside her room and kick the door in. They find two women inside, one on the floor dyeing of a bullet wound in the abdomen, the other holds a gun which she drops as she backs away when they enter. They recognize the wounded one as Lois Duffy. She speaks her last words to them ‘I’m like the Blue Rose.’ She smiles then dies then disappears before their eyes. The other woman screaming in the corner they now notice is also Lois Duffy. By the way Lois Duffy didn’t have a twin sister. Then while awaiting trial for a murder she swore she didn’t commit this Lois hangs herself. Those two arresting officers were Gordon Cole and Phillip Jeffries. Now, what’s the one question you should ask me?” Tammy answers “what’s the significance of the Blue Rose.” Albert presses “and the answer?” Tammy takes a breath and replies “the Blue Rose does not occur in nature. It’s not a natural thing. The dying woman was not natural. Conjured, what’s the word; a Tulpa.” Albert says “good.” – Season 3, episode 14, 4:00-6:00.                   Cole enters, followed by Diane. Cole asks her if Cooper mentioned Major Garland Briggs the last time they saw each other, which she confirms. Albert explains the fate of Briggs and how Dougie Jones‘ ring was found in Briggs stomach. Diane recognizes the name Janey-E as belonging to her half-sister, who is married to a Douglas Jones in Las Vegas. Tammy calls the FBI in Las Vegas and Cole tells them that the Joneses are wanted in relation to a double homicide. Diane leaves and Cole tells Albert and Tammy about the Twin Peaks Sheriff’s Department’s find. Cole then says “last night I had another Monica Bellucci dream. I was in Paris on a case. Monica called and asked me to meet her at a certain café. She said she had to talk to me. When we met at the café Cooper was there but I couldn’t see his face. Monica was very pleasant she had brought friends. We all had a coffee and then she said the ancient phrase… [In a Lynchian black and white dream scene Monica Bellucci says -“we are like the dreamer who dreams then lives inside the dream”] we are like the dreamer who dreams and then lives inside the dream. I told her I understood. And then she said [Monica Bellucci in dream scene – “but who is the […]
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