I just rewatched this a couple days ago, but I already forgot what this was. Clearly didn't make much of an impact.
>>-I can't tell whether or not Diane is telling the truth about Janey-E being her sister or whatever
I think she is, but this also doesn't come up again. it's just one little extra bit of connective tissue for you to chew on.
>>-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?
His voice in the new series was dubbed actually! Apparently Lynch asked Bowie to be in the show before he died, Bowie said no but allowed the flashback to appear with the explicit condition that Lynch dub his voice with somebody from the south who had an authentic accent. (They also changed the line "who do you think this is there?" to "that is there?" for some reason)
>>-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 think she's the last big appearance. I enjoyed the scene a fair bit. Something about Lynch directing his own dream sequence has a bit of a meta charm.
>>-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"!)
I was super into this scene. Andy in black and white land was something I certainly never expected to see.
>>-Okay, so "??????" is "The Fireman."
It amuses me to no end how it took them 25+ years to give one of the most iconic characters of the series an actual name.
>>-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...
You're the first person I've see who didn't love this scene. haha.
>>-Lynch's wife at the end talking to that other woman?
Yeah that's his wife
I quite liked the Lissie song. I downloaded her album.