Synopsis One of Mr. C's clear objectives during the new season is to stay out of the Black Lodge. He's racing against time-- his freedom outside the Waiting Room apparently has a 25-year limit on it. How does he manage to stay out of the Waiting Room? The Facts Mr. C Created Dougie Jones Mr. … Continue reading How Mr. C Stayed Out of the Black Lodge
Synopsis Hypothesis Mr. C got ahold of the Lodge Ring sometime between 1991 and 2016, and gave it to Dougie. The Facts Mr. C Created Dougie Jones Mr. C put Dougie's wedding ring in Briggs' Stomach Mr. C, Audrey, and Annie were in the hospital at the same time In Episode 3, we see … Continue reading How The Lodge Ring Got to Dougie Jones
Synopsis The Mike Guitar Twang Sound In many scenes during this season we here two audio cues-- this guitar twang, and an ethereal, subdued background music. Often accompanied together Hypothesis When we hear the Guitar Twang, or the ethereal lodge music, it means Mike is onscreen, present, or somehow involved immediately in the events onscreen … Continue reading The Guitar Twang and Ethereal Lodge Music are Code For Mike Activity
Feature Image via the tremendouswallpapers.com Synopsis It seems out of character that Mr. C, who goes to great lengths to remain hidden to authorities, would stage Ruth and Major Briggs. Why not just dispose of the bodies? And why stage Briggs body when he knows it would get so much attention from the FBI and … Continue reading Mr. C’s Plan For the Blue Rose Task Force
Synopsis In Episode 9, we learn Hastings has visited Major Briggs twice. In the second meeting, he recounts interference by a group of "others," as he describes them. We know that many of those others are the Woodsmen, but there are still unanswered questions surrounding the events of Hastings' second meeting. Hypothesis Mr. C also … Continue reading Mr. C Made It to the Meeting Between Hastings and Briggs in the Zone
Synopsis In Season 3, Buckhorn, SD is a weird Twin Peaks outpost in the American Badlands. We have the Hastings murders, Ruth Davenport, Woodsmen, and the our first glimpse of the new Major Briggs. However, untangling the mess of narratives into a timeline has proven difficult. Hypothesis Below is the proposed timeline for the events … Continue reading The Buckhorn and Dougie-Tulpa Mini-Timeline
Synopsis In Part 16, one of the big reveals of the episode was that not only had Mr. C raped Diane, but Diane herself was a Tulpa. In Part 17, we find out that Naido is actually the original Diane. How did Diane end up disguised, blind, and gagged? How did she end up in … Continue reading What was Mr. C’s role regarding Naido?
Synopsis There seem to be three larger-than-life antagonistic forces at work in Season 3. One is Mr. C. Another is the Experiment, the Bob-vomiting, lover-slashing humanoid we see in episodes 1, 8, and 14. Lastly, there's Judy: an abstract "extreme negative energy" pursued by Cooper, Briggs, Jeffries, and inquired after by Mr. C. Hypothesis Judy … Continue reading Are The Experiment and Judy Related?
Synopsis During Season 3, one of Mr. C's driving motivations is acquiring a set of coordinates. These coordinates seem to be key to acquiring his interest, the shape on the Ace of Spades. Hypothesis During his travels, he gets ahold of four sets-- one from Ray, one from Diane-Tulpa, one from Jeffries, and one from … Continue reading The Locations of Mr. C’s Coordinates
Synopsis The Black Box in Argentina is one of the most mysterious objects in Twin Peaks: The Return. It is terse and unreadable, and implodes into a black rock before we can even begin to figure out what it's about. Hypothesis What follows is the function and role of the Black Box in the Twin … Continue reading The Beeping Argentina Box: What It is, and Its Purpose