That's the end of their story. I don't think we needed this plot in the series, but it was a nice send-off for them all the same.
>>Was that Ronette Pulaski offering to open the door in backwards-talk? I guess not dumbass!!
Nah, I don't think so.
>>-Alas, no Bowie as the long-lost Jeffries. Hey, they did the right thing--I can't think of a single Sopranos fan that liked the ridiculous CGI effect on Tony's mother that they used to put her into a scene after she died IRL.
We've already seen what lynch does when he needs dead characters to reappear with Bob and Briggs, he uses distorted clips of old footage in brief moments. He could have done that with Bowie, but I think the weird kettle/machine thing was a pretty awesome way to pull it off. I suspect we would have gotten Bowie for real had he been well enough to appear but they way they did it was almost more interesting.
>>-Only notable thing about those dull drug-addict scenes in the woods was a Mark Frost acting cameo. Fiddle dee dee.
Yeah this was meh for me too. Nice to see Frost appear though.
>>-James locked in jail is a pilot callback, with Bobby and Mike's dog noises replaced with that dumb slobbering guy and eyeless Asian woman.
Yeah that was an amusing parallel.
Yeah I shed some tears over the Log Lady too. That was very touching.