-Didn't get the early joke where Gordon Cole suddenly stops talking when Truman says "Bora Bora." Did you? Don't mean to be stupid, I just didn't get it.
-I can't tell whether or not Diane is telling the truth about Janey-E being her sister or whatever but it is noticeable for how soap-opera-ish it is. (AV Club says the entire episode was about unreliable narrators)
-I chuckled at Miguel Ferrer's quick delivery of the line "by the way Lois Duffy did NOT have a twin sister." Now that we know Albert Rosenfeld has experience with the supernatural I wonder if it informs his 1990-91 character in any way...
-Bowie!!! Oh well it's just old FWWM footage, but it had to happen one way or another. I know that more Philip Jeffries was planned for FWWM's followup had it not flopped (and I'm sure we're getting some of those ideas now) but can you imagine an entire movie of Bowie using that ridiculous Alabama accent?
-Is Monica Bellucci the last of the "major" names to make an appearance? Her scene wasn't that effective, whereas I thought they told *just* enough Jeffries/Gordon Cole backstory. Though the line "I had another Monica Bellucci dream!" followed by Albert muttering "Here we go" was great.
-I had high hopes for Bobby leading the other cops out into the woods. Reminded me of Cooper, Hawk, Truman and whoever else it was going to Jacques' cabin in the woods in 1990. I'd say this scene sort of worked but not as well as that stuff. ("It's 2:53"!)
-Okay, so "??????" is "The Fireman." Oh I get it! Lynch is a fan of Paul McCartney's solo anonymous electronica projects from the 90s!!!
-I like how "mature" Andy suddenly is after he returns from his visit with The Fireman. Brought a small smile to my face (I wasn't really bursting with laughter at most of his scenes so far, so...)
-Sarah killing the trucker....okay, in addition to it being completely unbelievable that she'd get away with it (I guess I don't know that she really does, though, yet) I'm not sure I like the idea of her having supernatural powers beyond her clairvoyance. Uh, we'll see...
-Bobby Briggs is a deputy, James Hurley's a security guard. What's next, Leo Johnson became a federal judge?
-Lynch's wife at the end talking to that other woman? For a second I thought that was Danielle Harris, the horror-movie actress who must have the longest span of time devoted to playing teenagers (as early as 1991 and as late as 2007.)