-I should laugh more than I did at Tom Sizemore bursting into tears like that but I think the point had been made by now.
-Whoa bros, the thugs watch Dark Coop enter on what looks like the world's biggest flatscreen TV. How meta.
-I suppose there had to be a big macho fight scene in here like there is everywhere else, so it was at least a relief that it was sort of a funny parody of macho when Gene Simmonscoop was shifting Jason Voorhees' arm positions around. Not a howler though. I think punching a big hole in Jason's face was silly too. (Yes, I get that the whole idea of an arm wrestling match deciding things would be silly to begin with.)
-I'm not so sure that the "old Twin Peaks relationships rekindled or not" thing going on in these episodes is anything terribly affecting to me (to anybody?) I mean I didn't exactly care that much about Ed and Norma the first time around so when that younger guy comes in to kiss 70 year old Peggy Lipton the only thing I can think about is how goofy Everett McGill's hair looks, not how sad I'm supposed to feel for him while he stares forlornly over the end credits. (No, I didn't need AV Club to remind me that the guy who talks to Norma is a parody of a TV executive.)
-The most notable scene in this episode for me was Sarah Palmer sitting at home alone. It took me a couple minutes to realize that both the TV, and Sarah's pattern of getting up and going to the door and coming back, were playing on a creepy loop. This is because the quietness of the scene had me expecting a screamer--that, and the fact that the mirror sitting over her head looks conspicuously like the one in the pilot where BOB's face could be seen, so I was expecting that. But BOB is in Gene Simmonscoop, so I guess that was dumb. Still, I was apprehensive.
-I take back what I said earlier--bringing back obscure Fire Walk With Me music is not the most jaw-dropping choice to bring back from old TP. No, that would be the entirety of James' crappy song, performed completely straight-faced? That has GOT to be Lynch screwing with us, especially since the end credits somehow aren't playing over it.
-I have to say, these last couple of episodes are sort of a dip. You say 14-18 is the big pickup so let's hope so. The Audrey scenes aren't anything great either, though it is with sort of a hoot that I can realize her hair now makes her look kind of like Gone With The Wind or something.
NP: The Church - "Under The Milky Way" (this song annoyingly feels like if you took The Cure's "Lovesong" and just removed the organ. Yes I'm aware it predates the Cure song by a year)