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purses, saying goodnight and richard's incineration

Part One: Mulholland Dr., Purses and Boxes
The blue box from Mulholland Dr. vs Diane's purse in P16. In MD, Betty removed the blue box from her purse and the box fell to the floor after Rita opened it. In P16, Diane went up to the FBI's hotel room and was given a drink by Albert. She held her purse on her lap as she talked about the night Cooper raped her, then reached for a gun, was shot and went to the red room (presumably). Her purse fell to the floor but we aren't shown it afterward, her drink was left intact. In season 3, instead of a blue box there is a glass box - it was shattered when the Experiment broke out to attack Sam and Tracey in P1 (the 'mirrored halves' of Diane may represent the glass box itself). Does this suggest an alt version of the P16 shooting where Diane (or a related character in a related scenario) was shot while holding a glass and it fell and broke on the floor? Do Diane the tulpa and Rita in MD go to a similar place after their exits and have similar fates?
At the end of Mulholland Dr., Diane Selwyn sat on her couch, staring at the key on the coffee table. There were knocks on her door and the tiny oldsters came in under the door and drove her to suicide (are the oldsters one and the same as Sam and Tracey? who 'kill' Diane in a version of the story, that is alternate to one where the glass breaks, where Diane is represented by the Experiment that kills them?).
In P7, the FBI duo knocked on the door of Diane's apartment. A sharp dressed fella let them in and before he left, he grabbed a set of keys from Diane's coffee table. In MD, Diane Selwyn didn't have a fella at her place, but a Cowboy fella peered into the bedroom (or the bedroom of a character called 'Blond in Bed') and told her it was time to wake up [The fella in P7 said "See you later Diane" and the Cowboy in MD said "You'll see me one more time if you do good, two more times if you do bad." The sharp dressed fella also resembles another sharp dressed fella with no tie, Detective Harrison. He's paired up with Detective Mackley (Briscoe) who was paired with Forster in MD, who wears a Cowboy hat in season 3].
In Diane's apartment, Albert and Gordon sat on the couch and she eventually brought coffee. [Different versions of this couch may show up in different places in season 3 where women live alone, such as Ruth's place in P1, Betty's place in P9 and Diane's house (not apartment) from her story in P16, "he sat on my couch"]. In Diane Selwyn's apartment, Diane prepared coffee and walked to the couch, but the scene morphed to her holding a glass and both her and Camilla were topless. [Her climbing over the couch parallels BOB in S2 (more on that below)].
Did the FBI come to retrieve Diane in another version of what happened at the end of MD, but rather than the suicide she was brought on the investigation? Did they cross paths with a different version of the Cowboy who also left Diane's place in MD? [The hotel room in P18 seems to resemble Ruth's bedroom (similar picture frames). In MD, after Rita vanishes, the box hits the floor and Ruth comes in to check on the noise. She sees nothing and the scene morphs 'through the wall' to Diane's bedroom where the corpse is on the bed. The POV entrance resembles P1 when the two officers walked towards Ruth Davenport's bedroom and found the corpse. This could suggest Ruth Davenport's place is figuratively next to the FBI's hotel room, which is shown to us angled similarly as the inside of Marjorie Green's apartment that is actually next door to Ruth's. Diane in her green top (P14) may represent Marjorie Green (in P14 Diane is asked about Major Briggs. M.Green also has the same initials as Melissa George, linked to the corpse in MD].
Becky, Shelly & Steven/Gersten. In P11, Shelly makes sure to take her black purse with her as she leaves the diner, in a hurry to attend to Becky's panicked call. When she arrives at Becky's trailer, she exits the car and Becky snatches the car keys and drives off. Shelly's purse must have been inside the car. Becky drives to Gersten's apartment and shoots the door as Gersten and Steven hide downstairs. The plot elements from these P11 scenes seem to be taken from Mulholland Dr. - Becky plays the role of Diane, but instead of shooting herself inside her own apartment she shoots the door of Gersten's apartment. The old couple play the role of Steven & Gersten, who instead of being the aggressors who sneak under the door are hiding outside of it. Becky's trip to the apartment may parallel the oldsters at the end of MD leaving the blue box and journeying to Diane's place out of our view. [Becky getting out the car is also hidden from our view - perhaps she metaphorically left from the inside of a purse (Ruth's brown bag = Shelly's car? (Tracey and Tammy also have similar bags) (Is there a version of the story where Ruth dropped her bag outside, with the blue box inside, represented by the blue chair in Ruth's place, got hit by a car and then went in a coma, watched over by the sharp dressed fella from P7?). If we take these elements and shuffle them again, maybe Steven or a related character killed himself when authorities were knocking at his door similar to Diane? He had murdered a woman at her place and then took his own life?] [Marjorie Green also has a paper bag (of groceries) in front of Ruth's apartment in P1, which is a similar to Gersten's].
More MD parallels: The stairs of sheriff's station, with the pitch-black sky and blue police car in the background behind the Brennans, resembles the blue box in its opened state. In that scene, Frank Truman is like Adam Kesher getting a stern lecture from the Cowboy at the range, so it's like a reversal of MD where the Cowboy was doing the lecturing. In P4, Wally B does most of the talking, but like the Cowboy in MD who says "there's sometimes a buggy" Frank wearing a Cowby hat says "may the rose ride up and meet your wheels." The duo of Andy & Lucy might be the oldsters, who came out of the blue box at the end of MD, in another form.
Limos, MD Camilla's ride vs P4 ride to the Jones house. The attempts on Dougie's life could mirror the hit attempt on Camilla Rhodes. [The limo crash in MD may parallel MrC's crash in the black Lincoln Towncar in P3. Cross those two scenarios: an unconscious Camilla Rhodes is found at the crash scene and taken into custody and an injured MrC walks off from the car crash like a zombie to the next part of the story (somewhere in Los Angeles - a vineyard? Officer parallels). Rhodes would have had, parallel to the contents in MrC's trunk - a gun, cocaine and probably something other than a dog leg (blue box or key?). Given the themes of comas, this Rhodes might have been in a coma from the crash. In P16, Cooper wakes up from a brief coma and Gerard says, "you're awake, finally." JaneyE (Watts) enters the room shortly after. In MD, Betty entered Ruth's bedroom after talking with Ruth on the phone and says "you're awake" to Rita. Rita with no memory (after the crash) and Cooper in his compromised state (before the coma) are two impaired characters that get paired with Naomi Watts characters. Both make love to her after a couple days on the job and Watts declares her love to each one.
If the MD parallel continues, it follows that the Cooper who was delivered to JaneyE in P18 turns out 'bad' like Camilla Rhodes did in the second part of MD. The 'nice' Rita who went into the blue box in MD may be the same as the red haired Diane in P17 who was trapped in Naido's head-prison and the mean Camilla at the end of MD may be the 'tulpa' Diane who was killed in P16. At the dinner party in MD, Camilla and Adam may be yet another version of the sinister oldsters. Bringing things full circle, Diane's drink in P16 that is metaphorically shattered when she's killed may correspond to the duo (Adam and Camilla) being killed by the jealous Experiment in P1 during the glass box attack (jealous Diane Selwyn = jealous Becky Briggs. Also, the oldsters (and Sam/Tracey) might be one and the same as JaneyE and Sonny Jim in the next scene in P16 after the Diane tulpa is killed, who are alive because the glass didn't shatter in that version (Cooper's farewell at the casino would be like Betty's farewell to the oldsters at the airport in MD). In this version, Audrey's story plays out, whereas in the broken glass version, Tammy might exist in her place. In P6, JaneyE pulls a roll of cash from her purse to pay the two doofus loan sharks. This could parallel Diane in MD paying the incompetent hit man, to kill her husband (in place of Camilla), who failed, which made her take matters into her own hands to finish the job, bringing the storyline in sync with the SinclaiMr Todd storyline. Jade and Dougie in P3 could again represent the oldster duo, but where the man is soloed out as the victim. [Since 'Dougie' is delivered to JaneyE in P4, there may be a loop that parallels a loop in MD where 'Rita' is delivered to her as Betty in a dream again and again after she makes a hit and then dreams].
Candy Shaker's hair and top of dress, resembles Diane Selwyn's hair and top of dress at the diner party.
Part Two: Saying good night to Sonny Jim
In P6, JaneyE is on the phone with the blackmailers/ loansharks, then goes upstairs to say good night to Sonny Jim. 'Good night,' GN = Great Northern (up). In P14, James is called 'Jimmy' by Freddie at the Northern loading dock. It's his birthday, as it was Sonny Jim's recently in the story. Jimmy wants a story from Freddie then goes inside the GN basement, finds the door, but we don't see what happens - instead the scene cuts to Sarah walking into a dive bar. She sits down.
This could tell us that after the phone call in P6, JaneyE left the scene and went through this Great Northern portal (presumably after telling a bedtime story to Sonny Jim). A few scenes later, Albert isn't shown in the same shot as Diane at the bar and what he tells Gordon differs from what we saw in a few ways, leaving open the possibility for a few versions of the meeting, including one where it's a different Diane. Albert said that it went "not well," a reference to Diane Selwyn? Max Von's could be another version of Club Silencio in MD. Thus, JaneyE from P6 could have went through the portal to become Diane Selwyn, sitting at the bar in P6 to meet up with Albert (which is reflected in a way yet to be determined in the P14 events involving James and Sarah - possibly another version of son and daughter, who switch roles).
In P16, Albert with Tammy shoots Diane after she told the story about the night Cooper raped her. Albert had brought her a drink in a glass. In MD, Diane Selwyn made coffee in her robe and then walked towards the couch and the scene morphed to her in jean shorts, topless, carrying a drink in a glass. She climbed over the couch similar to BOB in S2. Camilla was naked on the couch and Diane was sexually forceful. A difference between the two scenes was that Diane's scene was shown from an angle, which could link to Albert's comment in P7 about it being 34 degrees (and raining).
Putting it together, it follows that a version of Albert, with BOB, went to Diane Selwyn's place in place of Cooper going to Diane Evans's place, made himself a drink, and tried to rape her, but she shot him and the glass shattered. This replaces both the rape talked about by Diane in P16 and the subsequent shooting in P16. This version might correspond with Sam and Tracey's death where the glass box shattered in P1 vs the P16 version where Diane sets down the glass drink before she is shot on the (both may be linked to the transition scene in MD where Rita opens the box, she gets sucked in and it falls to the floor).
How might this hypothetical version Diane Selwyn linked to Albert get a gun? In MD, Diane makes a transaction with the hitman Joe who resembles Mike. If BOB is the rapist, it might follow that the spirit MIKE would want to stop him. The season 3 in-the-flesh Mike sells cars, but in a variation he might sell guns. After Mike's only scene in P5, we go to the station, where Lucy tells Frank his wife is arriving. and in P17 she shoots MrC in Frank's office (is the P5 scene a detour of the P17 scene, in Hawk's office...but both take place at 2:53 PM on the same day?). Lucy and Albert have a connection around 'well', as in Diane Selwyn. So Lucy might blend together with this gun purchasing Diane (is there a 'Lucy Selwyn?), representing the shooter (Lucy can also get to Mike's office via a Fargo connection. - Mike resembles fellow car dealer Jerry in Fargo and Andy & Lucy resemble the TrueCoat couple). Also, Camilla on the couch in MD lays with her hand out, in position to retrieve a gun handed to her by the Mystery Man off screen similar to how he handed Fred the blade in Lost Highway, so envision the MM's face over Camilla's face the same way it was over Renee Madison's face in bed. MIKE and the MM may be similar or one and the same. Renee also mentioned 'Moke's' as the place where she met Mr. Eddy, which could again link to MIKE.
In P16, Diane's drink was set down before she was shot (Diane S. also sets down her drink on the glass coffee table) and after the red room scene Cooper delivers JaneyE and Sonny Jim to safety. This version, where the glass does not break, might correspond a scenario where the Experiment does not break through in P1. Next in P16, we go to the Roadhouse where Audrey dances. Perhaps in this non-glass shattering storyline, she's being held captive. Since BOB was killed in the version where the glass does break, it follows that BOB is with Cooper or is Cooper in P16, and this CoopeBOB still has Audrey under his control.
Part Three: Richard into a Seed?
When Richard gets incinerated on the rock, the noises are similar to those during the breakdown of the tulpas on the red room chair in P3 and P16. In those scenes, a 'seed' first emerges from the tulpas as a cartoon sphere and then turns into a life-like gold bead on the chair when the smoke clears. Perhaps the breakdown of Richard is the same process but from a different perspective, like black lodge vs red room, and the gold seed remains on the rock after Richard is destroyed.
Since Jerry was around, it follows that he might have gotten the seed. What would Jerry do with it? Where else can we place Jerry? In P16, after the rock incineration scene at night, there's a cut to Lancelot Court. In P4, there's also a cut to daytime at Lancelot Court after a nighttime scene, at the station. At the Jones house, Cooper sits on the bed and Gerard appears, showing him the gold seed. In the previous scene, there are a few links to the rock incineration scene - Wally was out front talking about his shadow (Richard cast a prominent shadow as he was screaming and shaking) and Jesse came into the conference room and said "their son" (MrC in P16 said "goodbye my son"). Thus, the P4 station scene may overlap in time/space with the P16 incineration scene and Cooper in P4 at the Jones house may be another version of Jerry after coming into possession of the seed following the rock incineration.
In P10, after JaneyE kisses Cooper before taking him to work, there's a brief scene of Jerry in the woods. He says, "you can't fool me, I've been here before!" and then there's a cut to the station. Those two shots can be overlayed, so Jerry is in front of the station. Jerry could represent the "man out front" Jesse was talking about in a different storyline. Frank would then put Jerry into a cell and call Ben, in place of the sergeant from Jackson Hole calling Ben in P17.
Jerry in P1 says "R & D brother Ben," linking him to Ray and Darya, who are picked up two scenes later by MrC, driving George's Mercedes. In Ray's story, a guard gave him the owl ring, similar to Cooper getting the owl ring from Gerard at the hospital in P16, when the gold seed was also discussed. If Jerry has the seed in prison, perhaps he gave it to a guard in a reversal of that. The gold seed might be what lures MrC to the sheriff's station, the P2 version who killed Phyllis and who had George's car. In P2, George came to the Buckhorn police station to talk to Bill Hastings - might this be another version of MrC in P17 coming to talk to Frank? Jerry in the prison cell might be in the spot held by the vanishing woodsman a couple cells from Bill.
I previously speculated that Hawk's solo walk to the portal in P2 is continued by Cooper entering the door inside the Great Northern basement in P17, but Hawk is led to the Arm's room in the red room in parallel to Cooper being led to Phillip's steamy room at the Convenience Store complex. In P18, Cooper later wakes up at the motel. Since we're taken to the Buckhorn motel in P2 from the Arm's room, Hawk's trip to the portal could represent an entrance to Buckhorn, specifically the prison where Bill was held. In P2, there's a short scene where Hawk brings two boxes of evidence to the conference room sandwiched between Bill getting arrested and Bill getting questioned at the station. In Lost Highway, Fred Madison was replaced by Pete Dayton and it was real messy, but maybe this switch is as Mr. Eddie says is smooth like "shit from a duck's ass." Bill's head did messily get crushed, but outside of the Buckhorn station. Phyllis has similar hair as Hawk, so this 'Hawk in Buckhorn' scenario could tie back to the MD duo that appears in numerous iterations, with Hawk and Phyllis being one [In MD, the box hits the floor in Ruth's room, and the camera follows the invisible movement of oldsters leaving the room, then Ruth appears. This could suggest the two oldsters are Ruth. If they are also this P2 version of Hawk, his prison cell could be one and the same as Ruth's bedroom].
If Jerry had the seed, as mentioned before he can pass it on to a guard...Who? The story goes full circle if that guard was Richard, him before getting incinerated or another version of him. In P18, Cooper wakes up as a 'Richard.' Him waking up in P18 and turning to the side of the bed parallels Cooper in P16 after he awakes from the coma. In P16, Cooper got the owl ring from Gerard (like Ray got it from a guard). Perhaps in P18, this 'Richard' version of Cooper got the gold seed when he woke up, like how Jerry got the seed after the incineration (linked to P4). Richard showed up in P13 when Ray talked about getting the ring from a guard, so the scenario does seem applicable to Richard.
What would be done with the seed? After waking up, Cooper finds his way to Carrie who screams loudly at the end of the part. Perhaps the same seed that Richard turned into was then turned into a bomb or some kind of weapon involving Carrie. In P16, Diane goes upstairs at the hotel, presumably as an assassin to take out Gordon, linking to P10 where the Laura apparition appeared at Gordon's door, as the Sarah call for Laura was heard as it was at the end of P18. Was Carrie's piercing scream like a knife to Gordon's brain - a seed-bomb that takes him out? Gordon was drinking Bordeaux in his hotel room in P10. Was Laura turned into a deadly grape (Canadian Moonseed. P10 Log Lady mentions the moon shortly after Gordon's scene and later she dies. Adam and Eve thing going on at the end)? Gordon was poisoned in parallel to Dougie in P3? Was this Gordon linked to the vomiting Experiment in P8 who had BOB? "Before I came up" -- 'Before I threw up' P14. Since Gordon was talking to Lucy earlier in P14, maybe this Gordon had been with 'Lucy Selwyn' and raped her? (and then vomited in the bathroom - a variation of MrC's messy scene in P2 with Darya where MrC talks like Gordon "now this is something interesting to think about").
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Cassie Davenport, Haven's Newest Troublemaker

Basic Info

Name: Cassidy Davenport
Nickname/Alias: Cassie, Cass
Date of Birth: November 13th
Age: 20
Gender: Female
Sexuality: Bisexual
Godly Parent: Eris
Mortal Parent: Lionel Davenport

Appearance

Eye colour: Gray
Hairstyle: Dark brown and silky, lightly wavy but sometimes she straightens it, usually kept down around her face
Height: 5’ 9''
Weight: 142 lbs
Physique: She looks very slender and small at first glance but once you really look at her you can see lithe runner's muscles under her skin
Face Claim: Vanessa Moe | Two | Three

Combat and Godly Information

Claimed: Yes
Powers:
  1. Umbrakinesis - Has the ability to manipulate a small amount of shadows, mostly to use as a shield or protection
  2. Emotion Manipulation - Can strengthen negative emotions between people that already exist
  3. Insanity Inducement - Has a small range insanity aura that can leave people hallucinating and feeling panicked
Combat Armour: None
Weapon of Choice: A celestial bronze engraved dagger and a normal steel one as well

Additional Information

Fatal Flaw: Pride
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
Personality: Secretive, Dishonest, Selfish, Playful, Determined, Charming

Backstory:

She grew up in Vancouver, Canada to a shitty embezzling banker. Cassie didn't know why her mom chose him and what was so special about him but as soon as she started getting her powers she was glad to be gone every summer. She still came home for school because she had friends she loved but if it wasn't for them she'd be gone.
The most important part of her backstory is that she spent her entire time in camp from when she was thirteen to when she turned eighteen in the Hermes cabin. She was unclaimed for the first half and then for the rest well, her mother didn't have a cabin. While she was there she made friends with Luke. He convinced her to join with the titans in the titan war. But really she was already pissed off at the main Olympian gods and it was just an excuse.
She was at the battle of New York and when Kronos fell she decided to get out of there. So many of her demigod friends died that day and she didn't want to be one of the ones to join them. She got on a bus out of town and kept taking buses until she was out of money. She ran out in Las Vegas and ended up finding the Lotus Hotel and Casino.
All Cassie wanted to do was hide out for a few weeks until the heat died down. But it wasn't that simple in that hotel. A few weeks ended up turning into nearly a decade. Everyone who might have known her and might have known what she did was long gone from Camp Half Blood. But she was lonely and decided to find some demigods so she could A) not feel so alone and B) have a group around her to protect her should monsters attack her.

Now:

Life in Haven was nothing special besides the fact that there were other demigods roaming around. She didn't have enough money for an apartment so she was crashing at an old friend's house while she saved up. So here she was working at Nora's Nook because the only thing she had ever been good at in life was acting cheerful even when she hated her life. But this beat being at the bottom of the Hudson River or some other crazy punishment from the gods.
Her hair was pulled up behind her in two matching buns as she worked making coffee for a group of people. And just as she was about to take the tray out to them, you know, the nice thing to do for people in a book club, she slipped on the floor her coworker had just mopped and not told her about.
"Shit," she said as the drinks went flying, covering herself and the newly cleaned floor in iced coffees and teas. Unfortunately it might have also splattered the clothes of anyone standing nearby.
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Cassidy Davenport - DGF/Haven

Basic Info

Name: Cassidy Davenport
Nickname/Alias: Cassie, Cass
Date of Birth: November 13th
Age: 18
Gender: Female
Sexuality: Bisexual
Godly Parent: Eris
Mortal Parent: Lionel Davenport

Appearance

Eye colour: Brown
Hairstyle: Black and silky, lightly wavy but sometimes she straightens it, usually kept down around her face
Height: 5’ 9''
Weight: 142 lbs
Physique: She looks very slender and small at first glance but once you really look at her you can see lithe runner's muscles under her skin
Face Claim: Julia Evans | Two | Three

Combat and Godly Information

Claimed: Yes
Powers:
  1. Umbrakinesis - Has the ability to manipulate a small amount of shadows, mostly to use as a shield or protection
  2. Confusion Aura - Has a small range confusion aura that can leave people feeling confused and disoriented
  3. Emotion Manipulation - Can strengthen negative emotions between people that already exist
Combat Armour: None
Weapon of Choice: A celestial bronze engraved dagger and a normal steel one as well

Additional Information

Fatal Flaw: Pride
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
Personality: Secretive, Dishonest, Selfish, Playful, Determined, Charming

Backstory:

She grew up in Vancouver, Canada to a shitty embezzling banker. Cassie didn't know why her mom chose him and what was so special about him but as soon as she started getting her powers she was glad to be gone every summer. She still came home for school because she had friends she loved but if it wasn't for them she'd be gone.
The most important part of her backstory is that she spent her entire time in camp from when she was thirteen to when she turned eighteen in the Hermes cabin. She was unclaimed for the first half and then for the rest well, her mother didn't have a cabin. While she was there she made friends with Luke. He convinced her to join with the titans in the titan war. But really she was already pissed off at the main Olympian gods and it was just an excuse.
She was at the battle of New York and when Kronos fell she decided to get out of there. So many of her demigod friends died that day and she didn't want to be one of the ones to join them. She got on a bus out of town and kept taking buses until she was out of money. She ran out in Las Vegas and ended up finding the Lotus Hotel and Casino.
All Cassie wanted to do was hide out for a few weeks until the heat died down. But it wasn't that simple in that hotel. A few weeks ended up turning into nearly a decade. Everyone who might have known her and might have known what she did was long gone from Camp Half Blood. But she was lonely and decided to find some demigods so she could A) not feel so alone and B) have a group around her to protect her should monsters attack her.
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[S3E10] - THE BIG THREAD OF DATES

While sorting through iantsmyth's excellent post, I started a list of dates to sort out the timeline, culled from that post, this one, and TP community at large - esp. White City Cinema's S3 list. If there's interest, I will continue to update this list for the remainder of the series' run. It's work-in-progress as I haven't yet gone through SHOTP nor have I started a S3 rewatch.
YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS ARE WELCOME AND APPRECIATED!! Please include supporting evidence (like an episode number or SHOTP and a page number) to cut down on fact-checking and feel free to contribute citations/corrections. Every detail helps (date, time, time zone, location)! I'm including a credit roll at the end of this post.

A TIMELINE SUMMARY (speculated dates are italicized), v 2.1:

1945
1954
1956
1971
1973
1986/7
1988
1989
-Unknown incident btw Diane and CoopeMr. C
1991
1997
2016
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[S3E16] Small details noticed on a rewatch of S3E16

This is going to be a short one; it seems like the more action that gets packed into an episode, the less small details there are the get hidden into the shots. There's really only one really weird small detail to take note of, but you may find some of the other ones interesting too.
You can find the past threads here:
S3E1 & S3E2 S3E3 & S3E4 S3E5 S3E6 S3E7 [S3E8] Skipped this one, didn't think there were enough small notable details to make a thread for it. The big details were plenty compelling S3E9 S3E10 S3E11 S3E12 S3E13 S3E14 S3E15
The Rock
The Hotel
The Casino
The Roadhouse
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[S3E11] Twin Peaks: The Return - A Timeline

By carefully parsing clues, it is possible to create a timeline of events across the various locations in The Return.
This timeline is current through Part 11. It includes only those scenes that can, at present, be reliably pinned to a specific day relative to the other events of the series.
Explanatory comments, describing how one can know that certain things happen on certain days, are in brackets.
Enjoy.
Thursday, September 6 (approximately)
Buckhorn:
• Bill Hastings posts a blog entry describing how he and Ruth Davenport entered an alternate dimension and met "the Major." During that meeting, Major Briggs asks them to find and bring him certain coordinates. [During Bill's interview with Tammy Preston, in which these facts are revealed, Tammy says the blog entry was posted "approximately two weeks ago." That interview took place on September 20, based on the number that Hastings appeared to write as the date next to Briggs' picture.]
. . .
Thursday, September 13
Buckhorn:
• Bill Hastings and Ruth Davenport reenter The Zone and give Major Briggs the coordinates he asked them to find; Briggs floats and loses his head; Ruth is killed; Bill finds himself back at his home. [Bill's first police interrogation establishes that Thursday was the night Ruth was killed. His subsequent interview with Tammy Preston, in which he says these events happened "last Thursday," was on Thursday, September 20.]
Las Vegas:
• Dougie Jones goes missing. [When Dale Cooper first meets Janey-E after arriving home from the casino, she says that Dougie has been missing three days (see below for why the CoopeDougie switch happens on Sunday, Sept. 16). When Cooper goes to the office as Dougie the next day, his boss Bushnell Mullins mentions metaphorically that he "missed the last two days of school," indicating that he's been gone for two work days. Also, Phil explains that he didn't buy coffee for Dougie because he wasn’t sure he'd be there. If Dougie skipped work on Thursday, he would have missed two work days, matching the clues from work, while from Janey-E's perspective he'd have been gone for three days when he arrived home on Sunday night.]
Friday, September 14
Buckhorn:
• Briggs' body & Ruth Davenport’s head are discovered around 12:30 p.m. (based on the clock in Ruth's apartment). [We know this is Friday based on subsequent scenes with the Buckhorn police.]
• Mr. C, Ray, Darya, and Jack eat supper at a diner; Ray promises to get the information that Mr. C needs wants from Bill Hastings' secretary; Jack presumably is given the job of wiring Betty's car. Mr. C indirectly reveals that "the day after tomorrow" is when he is supposed to be pulled back into the Black Lodge.
Saturday, September 15
Buckhorn:
• At the police station, Bill's fingerprint hits are discovered around 12:15 p.m., based on the clock on Constance Talbot's computer. [Detective Dave Macklay is wearing different clothes from the day when the bodies were discovered.]
• Bill is arrested and later questioned in jail. [His comments reveal that this is a Saturday, and he is wearing the same clothes as when he was arrested, as is Dave.]
• The Hastings' house & car are searched.
• Mr. C kills Jack in the afternoon, now that Jack presumably has wired the secretary's car.
• Mr. C kills Darya early the same evening (he says he killed Jack "two hours ago"), and talks with Phillip Jeffries (or an imposter). [We know this takes place the day after the diner scene, because at the diner Mr. C said he would need to spend some time alone "the day after tomorrow," and in the motel room he tells Darya he is supposed to go back to the Black Lodge "tomorrow." Also, Jeffries/imposter tells Mr. C that he is going back to the Lodge "tomorrow," and Ray tells Darya that she will need to kill Mr. C herself "if he's still around tomorrow night."]
• Mr. C tells Chantal that he needs her and Hutch to be in place in a certain area "in a few days."
• Phyllis Hastings visits Bill in jail. [Both are still wearing the same clothes as earlier; Dave too.]
• As Phyllis arrives home at night, Mr. C kills her. [She's still wearing the same clothes.]
• At the police station, Constance discovers a fingerprint hit on Briggs' body. [Dave is still wearing the same clothes, and the clock says 12:18, so it must be 12:18 a.m. (technically Sunday).]
Sunday, September 16
Las Vegas:
• Dougie is pulled into the Red Room; Cooper takes his place.
South Dakota:
• Bill Hastings' secretary dies in a car explosion. [Detective Macklay later explains to Gordon Cole & co. that this happened "the next day" after they arrested Hastings.]
• Mr. C, driving west on the highway (which we later learn from Tammy), crashes his car but resists being pulled into the Lodge. He gives in to the urge to vomit only after seeing Dougie sitting in the Red Room, which presumably makes him aware that it is now safe to vomit because Dougie has been pulled back in his place. Police later arrive at the scene. [This scene cannot be happening on a Friday or a Saturday, because it is occurring simultaneously with the switch between Cooper and Dougie, and that switch, in turn, cannot happen on a Friday or Saturday because the very next day, and the day after that, are both work days -- as revealed by Cooper's trips to Dougie's office both days. Placing the switch on a Sunday makes the Buckhorn and Vegas timelines line up consistently.]
The Red Room:
• Cooper is told by the Evolution of the Arm that "you can go now"; he sees the South Dakota highway where Mr. C will be driving when the switch with Cooper is supposed to occur; but he is blocked from entering that world and instead is cast into non-existence by the Arm's doppelganger. [This scene happens before Cooper switches with Dougie, because Cooper later recalls the line "you can go now" when Jade says it in her car.]
• After being pulled into the Red Room, Dougie speaks with MIKE and turns into a gold ball.
Las Vegas:
• After Cooper takes Dougie's place, Jades takes him to the Silver Mustang casino and is generally hilarious; the hit men fail to kill Cooper on the way; he wins jackpots; at night he's driven to Dougie’s home by limo.
• Gene (one of the hit men) speaks with Lorraine on the phone that night and reports that they have not killed Dougie. Lorraine sends the text message ARGENT 2.
Monday, September 17
Las Vegas:
• Cooper dresses, gets a message from MIKE, takes five, is driven to his office by Janey-E, gets through his first work day, is given a "homework" assignment, gets stuck standing by the cowboy statue, is taken home by the security officer, eats dinner, communes with Sonny Jim, gets another message from MIKE, and does his assignment with supernatural aid.
• At Rancho Rosa, red car drives by. Black car drives by.
• At the casino, the Mitchum brothers beat and fire the manager, then tell his replacement to contact them if Cooper ever shows up there again.
• At the car wash, Jade puts Cooper's Great Northern room key into a mailbox. [This could take place on a later day instead, but probably not too much later, because Jade hasn't discovered the key before now but immediately remembers it.]
Philadelphia / Washington, D.C.:
• Gordon, Albert, and Tammy finish their "Congressman’s dilemma" meeting. Tammy reports on what she found in New York regarding the box. News of Cooper's reappearance comes in, and Gordon says they'll travel to see him the next morning.
• Gordon meets with Denise. [Gordon says they’re seeing Cooper "tomorrow."]
South Dakota:
• In Buckhorn, Constance graces Dave and the state detective with a comedy routine, shows them Briggs' body, and explains that he hadn't eaten for days but had Dougie's ring in his stomach. [This could have been on Sunday instead.]
• In Yankton Federal Prison, Mr. C is given his meal and communes with BOB. [This is not likely on Sunday, because Mr. C appears completely recovered from his crash, and it feels like he's been in the prison longer than would be possible if he had crashed his car at 2:53 p.m. that same day.]
Tuesday, September 18
South Dakota:
• Gordon, Albert, Tammy arrive in South Dakota early in the morning, then meet Mr. C in prison. Gordon tells Warden Murphy to give Mr. C his "private" phone call.
• Later, Mr. C makes his call. After deciding against calling Mr. Strawberry, he makes the prison system go crazy while delivering the message, "The cow jumped over the moon."
Philadelphia:
• Gordon finds Diane in Max Von's Bar that night. [This is likely Tuesday night because they flew to South Dakota first thing and met with Cooper at 9 a.m.; they likely flew right back, and given the urgency of things they wouldn’t have waited an extra day before trying to reach Diane.]
Las Vegas:
• At Rancho Rosa, the black car returns and the thieves trigger the explosive device on Dougie's car. Police later arrive and recover the debris and license plate number.
• Cooper goes to Dougie's office and meets with Bushnell, who catches on to the significance of what Cooper has revealed in the insurance files.
• Janey-E meets Dougie’s bookies in the park and stands up for the 99 percent.
• Mr. Todd gets his "red box" message and sends Dougie & Lorraine’s photos to Ike the Spike. Ike then kills Lorraine, who has just received news about the Rancho Rosa car explosion.
• In late afternoon, Detectives Fusco visit Cooper at Dougie's office, and Janey-E arrives. The Fuscos ask them to call in the morning. Cooper and Janey-E leave the office and are attacked by Ike the Spike.
Wednesday, September 19
Philadelphia and South Dakota:
• Albert reports to Gordon about his meeting with Diane; they visit Diane at her apartment (it is still morning), and they fly to South Dakota, where Diane confronts Mr. C.
• Mr. C meets with the warden and demands to leave at 1 a.m. that night.
• Mr. C and Ray are let out of the prison. [The warden is wearing the same clothes throughout these scenes.]
• Mr. C and Ray drive to a secluded road, where Ray shoots Mr. C and the woodsmen figures appear. Ray calls Jeffries/imposter.
Las Vegas:
• Cooper, Janey-E, and Bushnell Mullins visit the Detectives Fusco at the police station. The Fuscos get Cooper’s fingerprints before leaving to attend the capture of Ike the Spike.
• From his motel, Ike calls the cell phone of "JT" with a message: "no cigar -- taking medical leave." He is arrested.
• Cooper goes to the doctor, then plays doctor with Janey-E.
• Candie hits Rodney Mitchum with a TV remote.
• That night, Rodney and Bradley see Ike's capture and Cooper on the local news. [The news report says that Ike’s capture happened "today," and that his attack on Cooper happened "yesterday." According to the weather report that precedes the news, the following day is a Thursday.]
• Duncan Todd learns from Roger that Ike's capture is all over the news. He then instructs Tony Sinclair to make the Mitchum brothers believe that Dougie sabotaged their insurance claim.
• Tony visits the Silver Mustang and tells the Mitchum brothers they have an enemy in Dougie Jones. [He's wearing the same clothes as when Duncan Todd gave him his instructions, and Duncan had order him to visit the brothers "now."] Back at their home, the brothers agree to call Dougie the next day to set up a meeting.
Thursday, September 20
South Dakota:
• Mr. C meets up with Chantal and Hutch, instructs them to kill Warden Murphy "within the next two days," says he’ll then have a double-header for them in Las Vegas, sends a text message ("Around the table…"), and calls Duncan Todd to see if "it" is done yet.
• On the plane heading back east, Gordon receives a call from Colonel Davis regarding Major Briggs' body and redirects the plane to Buckhorn; he then receives a call from Warden Murphy informing him that Mr. C "escaped."
• Gordon & co. visit the Buckhorn morgue and view Briggs' body; Albert is rightly impressed with Constance; Diane receives a text message with the same words as the one sent by Mr. C (but with different punctuation and capitalization); she sends a message in response.
• At the police station, Tammy interviews Bill Hastings.
• At the hotel that night, Albert and Constance get cozy in the restaurant; Gordon sees a vision of Laura outside his door; Albert and Gordon discuss Diane’s text messages; Tammy brings them a photo of Mr. C at the box in New York.
Las Vegas:
• In the early morning, Duncan Todd receives his call from Mr. C, and then calls in Roger.
• Janey-E drives Cooper to work, where he meets with Bushnell, who explains that the Mitchums just called him. Bushnell explains things and sends Cooper to meet with the Mitchums (after a detour when Cooper follows MIKE to buy a pie).
• The Mitchum brothers eat breakfast around 2:30 p.m. and discuss killing Dougie.
• Around 5:30 p.m., Cooper and the Mitchum brothers meet in the desert; the brothers decide not to kill him; and they all have a lovely dinner with cherry pie for dessert.
Friday, September 21
South Dakota:
• Gordon & co. travel with Hasting to the site where he entered The Zone; Ruth’s body is discovered; Hastings is killed by a woodsman.
• At the Buckhorn police station, Albert shows a photo of Ruth's arm, and Diane tries to see the coordinates written on it.
. . .
Saturday, September 29
Twin Peaks:
• Hawk, Bobby, and Truman visit Betty Briggs and receive the vial, then return to the Sheriff's station, where they eventually open it. [The dates written on the first slip of paper, 10/1 and 10/2, are "two days from now, and the day after." Truman says, "We'll go up there two days from now."]
• Hawk shows Truman his map. Margaret calls tells Hawk there's fire where he’s going. [He mentions that the date Briggs provided is "the day after tomorrow."]
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[Tournament] Paradigm Shift presented by Rhythm City Casino Resort

Paradigm Shift - Presented by Rhythm City Casino
Hey guys, I don't have anything to do with this tournament other than I am registered for it, but I didn't see a thread to link/share and I figured the tournament could use some attention from the SSBM subreddit.

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[S3E13] The Basic Story So Far

Rearranging the the episode summaries on Wikipedia and the Wikia I came up with this three part basic summary (not including everything):

Good Cooper

Dale Cooper remains trapped in the Black Lodge.
[In New York City, Sam Colby sits in a warehouse watching a glass box. Tracey Barberato visits him. With the security guard absent during Tracey's second visit, Sam lets her into the room. As they have sex, a pale androgynous entity—the Experiment—materializes in the glass box and murders them.]
Inside the Lodge, Cooper encounters MIKE, Laura and a skeletal tree with a featureless head (an evolved form of MIKE's severed left arm). Laura tells Cooper that he can go out now but the tree says that his doppelgänger has to return first. After an encounter with the tree's doppelgänger intervenes, the floor of the Lodge gives way and Cooper falls into the glass box in New York, then into space. Cooper lands in a metal building where two women (Naido and American Girl) appear to protect him from an unseen entity until he leaves through a portal.
Dougie Jones, who just had sex with Jade, a Las Vegas prostitute, becomes sick and sees the Lodge's red curtains. Dougie is drawn into the Lodge, where he turns into a golden bead. The real Cooper, taking Dougie's place in Las Vegas, is found in a disoriented state by the prostitute, who drops him off at a casino. Criminals who are pursuing 'Dougie' place a bomb under his car, still parked outside the Jade's house. Cooper wanders around the casino and plays slot machines marked by hallucinatory images of the Lodge, winning megajackpots every time. Cooper wins 28 consecutive megajackpots at the casino, totaling $425,000, then is driven to Dougie's home. Dougie's wife, Janey-E, is upset about her husband's three-day disappearance, but she is relieved that they can pay his $20,000 gambling debt ($52,000 after interest).
Still near-catatonic, Cooper settles into Dougie's life. While getting dressed, he sees a vision of MIKE, who informs him that either he or his remaining doppelgänger must die. Janey-E drops Cooper at Dougie's workplace, where he reacts to a statue outside, the smell of coffee, and the words "agent" and "case files". After a light illuminates a colleague's face, Cooper accuses him of lying, angering Dougie's boss.
The criminals who planted the bomb under Dougie's car contact their superior, Lorraine, who expresses fear of being killed if the job isn't completed and sets off a mysterious alarm. Later, Dougie's car explodes when some car thieves trigger the bomb. The Mitchums beat and fire the casino supervisor, accusing him of complicity in Cooper's winning streak. Jade drops Cooper's Great Northern Hotel room key in a mailbox. Police take Cooper to Dougie's home and Janey-E receives a photo of Cooper with the prostitute from two criminals demanding Dougie's gambling debts plus interest, totaling $52,000. Janey-E meets them, lambasts them and gives them $25,000, her "first, last and only offer".
Cooper draws cryptic images on the case files, guided by lights on the pages. Dougie's boss recognizes a pattern in the drawings and thanks Cooper. Cooper has another vision of MIKE telling him "Wake up! Don't die!". Duncan Todd retrieves an envelope marked with a black spot from his safe and sends it to hitman Ike "The Spike" Stadtler. The envelope contains photos of Lorraine and Dougie. Ike kills Lorraine and her coworkers, demolishing his signature "spike" weapon in the process.
Police visit Cooper at Dougie's workplace to question him about his destroyed car. As he leaves with Janey-E, Ike runs at them with a gun, but Cooper expertly disarms him while having a vision of the skeletal tree. Dougie's boss says that Dougie sometimes has episodes due to a car accident. The Las Vegas police discover no record of Dougie Jones before 1997, and take fingerprints and DNA from Cooper's coffee mug. They arrest Ike "the Spike", who has left a phone message for "J.T". Duncan Todd orders Anthony Sinclair to frame 'Dougie' for the denial of an arson insurance claim that lost the Mitchums $30 million. The Mitchums see a news story about Ike's arrest, and recognize Cooper as "Mr. Jackpots".
Janey-E notices that her husband's physique has improved and has sex with him. Dougie's boss sends Cooper to give the Mitchums a $30 million check after realizing their claim is legitimate. The Mitchums plan to kill Cooper, but after Bradley has a prophetic dream, they decide he is not their enemy and take him for drinks, where Cooper reacts to the words "damn good" while eating cherry pie.
Cooper and Sonny Jim play catch.
The Mitchum brothers and their assistants take Cooper to Bushnell Mullins' office, celebrating and bearing gifts for Mullins. Anthony Sinclair hides from the brothers as he fearfully calls Duncan Todd, who gives him one day to kill "Jones."
Delivery men bring a gym set for Sonny Jim and a new car to the Jones home as Janey-E happily looks on. Janey-E and Cooper later watch Sonny Jim play on his new gym set.
The Detectives Fusco look over the results of "Douglas Jones"' fingerprint as an altercation takes place in the next room. Sinclair comes to see Detective Clark for poison.
Janey-E takes Cooper to work in the new car. Sinclair waits nervously for "Dougie" and takes him to get coffee. After taking a sip, Cooper wanders over to observe the shop's pie as Sinclair laces his coffee. He returns and Sinclair breaks down, leaving with the poisoned coffee. Cooper takes Sinclair's coffee and is brought a slice of pie. Sinclair pours the coffee into a urinal and throws the cup in the trash before apologizing to "Dougie."
In Mullins' office, Sinclair tearfully confesses his activities with Todd.

Bad Cooper

In Buckhorn, South Dakota, Cooper's doppelgänger—a sinister, long-haired man with black irises—retrieves two associates, Ray and Darya. Police find the severed head of Buckhorn librarian Ruth Davenport placed on the headless body of a John Doe. Local principal Bill Hastings's fingerprints are found and he is arrested. Bill denies guilt, but fumbles his alibi. His wife, Phyllis, accuses him of having an affair, while Phyllis has been having an affair with Bill's lawyer, George. A ghostly woodsman occupies another cell. Phyllis is murdered at home by Cooper's doppelgänger. Cooper's doppelgänger attempts to obtain information through Darya, Ray, and another associate, Jack. Perceiving that his associates have turned on him, Cooper's doppelgänger murders Jack and Darya, and later sets out for a federal prison in South Dakota, where Ray has been jailed. He also reveals that he is due to return to the Lodge, but has a plan to avoid this.
Cooper's doppelgänger drives a car, becomes sick and sees the Lodge's red curtains. Cooper's doppelgänger crashes and is apprehended by the police. At the FBI headquarters in Philadelphia, Agent Tamara Preston is debriefing Gordon Cole and Albert Rosenfield when Cole receives a phone call stating that Cooper has been found in South Dakota. The FBI is informed that Cooper has been found and taken to federal prison in South Dakota, where he is interviewed by Gordon, Albert, and Tammy. Gordon and Albert discuss their misgivings about the inmate, one of whose fingerprints is the reverse of Cooper's. They decide to seek the one person they think can help them. Cooper's doppelgänger makes a phone call in prison that causes the security system to go haywire. He says "The cow jumped over the moon," before hanging up, stopping the alarms.
In Buckhorn, an autopsy of the decapitated body reveals Dougie's wedding ring in the stomach.
Cooper's doppelgänger sits in his jail cell and correctly predicts that his food is coming. He takes his food and goes to the mirror, noting that BOB is still with him.
At the Pentagon, Colonel Davis is informed that the fingerprints on the Buckhorn body match Garland Briggs's – the sixteenth set of his prints they have found in 25 years. Albert finds Diane, Cooper's erstwhile assistant, in a bar. Lt. Knox arrives in Buckhorn and is stunned to learn that Garland Briggs's fingerprints come from a body in its late forties, not seventies. Albert and Gordon convince Diane to speak to Cooper in prison. She is upset by the conversation and tells Gordon the man is not Cooper.
Cooper's doppelgänger blackmails Warden Murphy into releasing him and Ray. Ray shoots Cooper's doppelgänger. Woodsmen tear at his body, revealing a sac with BOB's face. Ray flees, leaving Phillip Jeffries a message that Cooper's doppelgänger may have survived. Later, Cooper's doppelgänger awakens.
[In 1945 New Mexico, the first atomic bomb is detonated. A convenience store is occupied by woodsmen. Floating in a void, the Experiment spews a stream of fluid; one globule manifests BOB's face. In a building above a purple sea, a man resembling the giant watches the detonation, the convenience store, and BOB. He levitates, light emanating from his head. Señorita Dido enters, and an orb with Laura Palmer’s face inside floats down to her. She sends the orb to Earth. In 1956 New Mexico, a creature hatches from an egg. A woodsman descends to the ground, then enters a radio station and kills the receptionist. Overpowering the disc jockey, he repeatedly broadcasts the words "This is the water and this is the well. Drink full and descend. The horse is the white of the eyes and dark within", rendering listeners unconscious. The creature enters an unconscious girl's room and climbs down her throat. The woodsman kills the disc jockey and leaves.]
Cooper's doppelgänger meets hitmen Hutch and Chantal at a farm. He sends a text to Diane and calls Todd to ask if he has done "it" yet. He orders Murphy's death and mentions a job in Las Vegas.
The FBI stops in Buckhorn to examine the body with Briggs's fingerprints. Hastings tells Tammy that he and Ruth visited Briggs in another dimension, where he had been "hibernating" for years, and witnessed his beheading as he was saying Cooper's name. Hastings's secretary was killed in a car explosion and his lawyer arrested for the murder of his wife.
Gordon has a vision of Laura. Albert informs him that the FBI has intercepted a text message from Diane informing someone of Hastings' arrest. Tammy shows them a photo that places Cooper's doppelgänger at the location of the New York murders. At the location where Hastings met Briggs, the FBI finds Ruth's body with coordinates written on one arm. Gordon sees woodsmen in a portal and is drawn back by Albert. One of the woodsmen sneaks up on Hastings and kills him.
Gordon and Albert recruit Tammy and deputize Diane to the Blue Rose task force. Albert interrupts Gordon and his French lady friend to show him a text message Diane received asking about Las Vegas. Chantal and Hutch assassinate Warden Murphy. Diane finds that the coordinates on Ruth Davenport's arm point to Twin Peaks.
Cooper's doppelganger arrives at the farm as Ray and his associates watch him on security camera. They bring him to their location and he says he is there to see Ray. He is told that Renzo is the leader of the men, as he is undefeated in arm-wrestling. The doppelganger likens this practice to children's games and challenges Renzo, wagering Ray. After much toying with his opponent, the doppelganger wins, then kills him.
As the group' new leader, he is granted his request to be alone with Ray, who – after being shot in the leg – tells him the details of his contract from Phillip Jeffries to kill the doppelganger, as he has "something inside" (Bob) that he wants. Ray takes out the owl cave ring, saying that he was supposed to put it on him after killing him. Richard Horne joins the group as they watch on camera the doppelganger and Ray, who hands over the coordinates. Ray tells the doppelganger Jeffries' last known location and is killed. The ring disappears from his finger and appears in the red room, followed by himself. MIKE places the ring on its pedestal.
Hutch and Chantal drive towards Utah, discussing Mormons.

Twin Peaks

Dr. Jacoby receives a shipment of shovels. Dr. Jacoby broadcasts conspiracy theory videos to sell his golden shovels, with Jerry Horne and Nadine Hurley among his viewers. Nadine Hurley watches Dr. Jacoby's latest broadcast from her drapery store.
At the Great Northern, Ben Horne introduces his brother Jerry to his new secretary, Beverly.
Deputy Chief Hawk gets a call from the Log Lady, who tells him some evidence relating to Dale Cooper is missing. Hawk continues his investigation and approaches Glastonbury Grove, the entrance to the Lodge near Twin Peaks. Hawk, Andy and Lucy are unable to discern what is "missing".
Sheriff Frank Truman gets an update on Hawk's investigation, and Deputy Bobby Briggs recalls that Cooper was the last person to see his father, Major Garland Briggs, before his death.
Andy and Lucy's son Wally Brando arrives at the Sheriff's Office to pay his respects to his godfather, Harry Truman.
Norma sorts through documents as Heidi is serving and Becky delivers bread to Toad and gets money from Shelly. Norma goes to Shelly, urging her to help Becky rather than continue to enable her. Becky takes the money to Steven and they snort a drug.
At the Twin Peaks sheriff's station, Hawk and Andy continue to sort through files.
Richard Horne smokes underneath a 'no smoking' sign. Employee Federico asks him to quit and the off-duty Deputy Chad Broxford takes over but ends up taking a bribe from Horne. Charlotte, from the next table over with Elizabeth, asks him for a light, but he grabs her and threatens to assault her.
Shelly is meeting friends at the Roadhouse, shares a nostalgic moment with James Hurley and flirts with Red. Red, who is a drug supplier, charges Richard Horne with a delivery. Richard speeds recklessly in his truck, running over and killing a young boy. The incident is witnessed by Carl Rodd, who comforts the boy's mother, and kindergarten teacher Miriam.
Hawk drops a coin in the bathroom and sees that the stall manufacturer's logo is a Nez Percé chief. Noticing two screws missing from the stall door, he finds several written pages inside.
Jerry Horne wakes up in the woods, extremely stoned from his last bout of doing drugs. He calls Ben, frantically claiming someone stole his car and he does not know where he is.
Hawk and Frank Truman examine the pages torn from Laura's diary. One entry describes a dream in which Annie tells Laura that the good Dale is trapped in the Lodge. Frank calls Doc Hayward, who recounts his memories of the day Cooper returned from the Lodge.
Andy arranges to meet the farmer who owns the truck driven by Richard Horne in the hit-and-run, but he never arrives.
Beverly tries to locate the source of a mysterious hum in Ben Horne's office, then returns home to her terminally ill husband, Tom.
Roadhouse owner Jean-Michel talks on the phone about his prostitution business.
Late at night at the Double R Diner, Heidi and Shelly serve customers while Norma goes through some paperwork. A man runs in and asks if anyone has seen Billy before running out again.
Bobby visits his mother with Truman and Hawk to ask about Cooper; her husband Major Briggs long ago foretold their arrival, and she gives them a cylinder containing a location, date, and Cooper's name written twice.
Johnny Horne injures himself, and Jerry Horne hallucinates his foot is talking to him.
Truman removes a slip of paper with directions, which Bobby understands, noting the "Jack Rabbits Palace" to be an imaginary place he and his father had during his childhood. Also in the object is the transmission Briggs intercepted with Cooper's name.
Ben and Beverly again investigate the strange noise in the hotel, which Ben likens to a monastery bell. The two nearly share a romantic moment, but Ben politely refuses.
Richard Horne confronts Miriam, who tells him she has written to Sheriff Truman about the hit-and-run. He attacks her and leaves her for dead in her trailer, then has Deputy Chad intercept the letter.
Carl plays guitar and sings outside of his trailer and stops when a red mug is thrown through a trailer window by Steven Burnett, who is inside abusing Becky.
Jerry, lost in the woods, yells when he loses phone signal.
Richard attacks his grandmother Sylvia in her home and robs her. She calls Ben and demands money from him. Ben asks Beverly to have dinner with him.
Hawk receives another call from the Log Lady, who tells him "Laura is the one."
A group of children discover Miriam crawling from the underbrush.
Becky learns Steven has been cheating on her with Gersten Hayward. She drives to Gersten's apartment and shoots through the door, but the couple are elsewhere. At the diner, Becky's parents, Shelly and Bobby, discuss the incident with her. Red arrives and Shelly leaves to kiss him. A child fires a gun through the diner window, causing a commotion.
While Hawk and Truman study an ancient map, the Log Lady calls Hawk and tells him "There's fire where you are going."
Jerry runs out of the woods and into a clearing.
Sarah Palmer buys alcoholic beverages and cigarettes at a grocery store. She also inquires about an unfamiliar jerky being sold at the store. She warns them of men coming and suffers a breakdown.
Carl Rodd stops a trailer park resident, Kriscol, asking him about his income and gives him $50, saying not to pay his rent for the month.
Hawk goes to Sarah's home. He hears a noise inside, which Sarah dismisses as something in the kitchen. Hawk ensures her that if she needs anything, to call him.
Miriam lays unconscious in a hospital bed at Calhoun Memorial Hospital.
Audrey Horne demands that her husband, Charlie, help her find Billy, her missing lover. He reluctantly phones Tina, and is astonished by what she tells him, but does not tell Audrey what Tina said.
Frank Truman visits Ben Horne to tell him his grandson Richard killed the boy in the hit-and-run, and then attempted to kill the only witness, Miriam. Ben gives Frank the key to Room 315 as a memento for Harry, and agrees to pay Miriam's medical costs.
At the Double R Diner, Shelly gets a phone call from Becky, who says that Steven has been absent for two days and she is worried about him. Shelly invites her daughter to the diner for pie.
Bobby goes to the diner and visits with Ed and Norma. He describes to them that he came across some belongings of his father. Walter Lawford soon shows up to join Norma and Ed and Bobby move to another booth. Walter reports on the franchise progress of the diner, saying that she is selling her pies too cheap, though she disagrees with the franchise stores' practices compared to the flagship store.
At Run Silent, Run Drapes, Nadine is visited by Jacoby after he spotted one of his shovels in the window. He expresses his admiration for the decoration and she praises him and his show. They reflect on their last meeting at a supermarket during a storm.
Sarah watches boxing as she drinks.
A near-hysterical Audrey demands Charlie to tell him what Tina had told him. He tells her to go to the Roadhouse to see if Billy is there, offering to go with her, though she is indecisive and breaks down crying.
At the Roadhouse, an MC introduces James Hurley, who performs "Just You" as a clearly moved Renee watches.
Ed sits alone at Big Ed's Gas Farm.
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[S3E13] A list of all the characters so far mentioned in the end credits (Updated)

Note: all new characters in Parts 10, 11, 12 and 13 are in italics.
(Kyle MacLachlan) - Dale CoopeMr. C/Dougie
LAS VEGAS:
Duncan Todd (Patrick Fischler) - the businessman who gives his assistant two bundles of cash Roger (Joe Adler) - his assistant
Janey-E Jones (Naomi Watts) - Dougie's wife Sonny Jim Jones (Pierce Gagnon) - their son
Tommy (Ronnie Gene Blevins) - loan shark on left who meets Janey-E in park Jimmy (Jeremy Davis) - loan shark on right who meets Janey-E in park
Jade (Nafessa Williams) - Dougie's prostitute Detailer (Sean Bulger) - cleans Jade's car
Jake (Bill Tangradi) - hitman with rifle who almost shoots Cooper Gene (Greg Vrotsos) - hitman who puts a bomb under Dougie's car Lorraine (Tammie Baird) - woman with BlackBerry who is the boss of the hitmen
Ike "The Spike" Stadtler (Christophe Zajac-Denek) - the little hitman
Drugged-out Mother (Hailey Gates) - she keeps saying "119" Little Boy (Sawyer Shipman) - her son Punk Leader (Blake Zingale) - throws rock at little boy - gets blown up Patrol Officer (Jay Jee) - cop on roof who finds the number plate
Security Guard (Brian Finney) - directs Cooper to the casino change counter Cashier (Meg Foster) - gives change to Cooper Slot Machine Man (John Ennis) - Cooper watches him play the slots - he says "Helllooo!" Wise Guy (Josh McDermitt) - guy at casino who says "You broke that one" Lady Slot-Addict (Linda Porter) - old lady at casino Floor Attendant Jackie (Sabrina S. Sutherland) - helps Cooper when he starts winning
Bill Shaker (Ethan Suplee) - friend of Dougie's at the casino Candy Shaker (Sara Paxton) - Bill Shaker's wife
Supervisor Burns (Brett Gelman) - bearded manager at the casino - later he is sacked Pit Boss Warrick (David Dastmalchian) - becomes the new manager
Rodney Mitchum (Robert Knepper) - beats up Supervisor Burns Bradley Mitchum (Jim Belushi) - tells supervisor to get out of town - presumably the brother of Rodney Mandie (Andrea Leal) - pink showgirl on the left Candie (Amie Shiels) - pink showgirl in the middle Sandie (Giselle DaMier) - pink showgirl on the right
Paul (Greg Mills) - news anchor on TV in the Mitchums' house Sheena (Sarah Sohn) - news anchor on TV in the Mitchums' house
Limo Driver (Jay Larson) - drives Cooper home from the casino
Bushnell Mullins (Don Murray) - the boss at Lucky 7 Insurance, Dougie's workplace Phil Bisby (Josh Fadem) - nerdy guy with glasses Anthony Sinclair (Tom Sizemore) - Cooper accuses him of lying Rhonda (Elena Satine) - takes Cooper into the female bathroom Darren (Wes Brown) - trying to cheat on his wife with Rhonda Frank (Bob Stephenson) - Cooper drinks his coffee
Officer Reynaldo (Juan Carlos Cantu) - tells Cooper to stop loitering at the statue
Syzmon Waitress (Virginia Kull) - brings Cooper some cherry pie Man in Urinal (Malone) - "That bad, huh?"
Detective D. Fusco (David Koechner) - visits Dougie's office (on the left) Detective "Smiley" Fusco (Eric Edelstein) - visits Dougie's office (in the middle) Detective T. Fusco (Larry Clarke) - visits Dougie's office (on the right) Desk Sergeant (Jelani Quinn) - the Fuscos give the evidence bag to him
Detective Clarke (John Savage) - Anthony Sinclair gets poison from him Crooked Partner (Johnny Chavez) - his partner standing in the alley
Another Mom (Rebecca Field) - older mom interviewed by reporters 5-Year-Old Girl (Ivy George) - her daughter Soccer Mom (Stephanie Allynne) - younger mom interviewed by reporters
Doctor Ben (John Billingsly) - Cooper's doctor
Head Mover (Alon Aboutboul) - delivers Sonny Jim's gym set
MONTANA:
Renzo (Derek Mears) - bald guy who arm-wrestles Evil Cooper Muddy (Frank Collison) - recites the arm-wrestling rules The Farm Accountant (Christopher Durbin) - "Do you need any money?"
NEW MEXICO:
Woodsman (Robert Broski) - "Gotta light?" Girl (1956) (Tikaeni Faircrest) - the young girl who swallows the frog-bug Boy (1956) (Xolo Mariduena) - the young boy walking her home New Mexico Husband (Tad Griffith) - man in car accosted by the Woodsman New Mexico Wife (Leslie Berger) - woman in car accosted by the Woodsman Receptionist (Tracy Phillips) - killed in the radio station by the Woodsman Disc Jockey (Cullen Douglas) - also killed in the radio station by the Woodsman
NEW YORK:
Sam Colby (Ben Rosenfield) - he monitors the glass box Tracey (Madeline Zima) - brings Sam coffee Guard (Michael Bisping) - the security guard outside Experiment Model / Experiment (Erica Enyon) - the creature in the glass box
PENTAGON:
Colonel Davis (Ernie Hudson) - sends Cynthia Knox to South Dakota Lieutenant Cynthia Knox (Adele René) - sent by Colonel Davis to South Dakota
PHILADELPHIA (FBI):
FBI Deputy Director Gordon Cole (David Lynch) Albert Rosenfield (Miguel Ferrer) FBI Agent Tammy Preston (Chrysta Bell) - new female agent
Denise Bryson (David Duchovny) Bill Kennedy (Richard Chamberlain) - greets Gordon at Denise's office
FBI Driver (Stephen Kearin) - drives Gordon and Albert to South Dakota
Diane Evans (Laura Derns) - Cooper's former secretary Younger Man (Jesse Johnson) - the guy in Diane's apartment
RED ROOM ETC:
??????? (Carel Struycken) - the Giant Senorita Dido (Joy Nash) - she lives with the Giant
Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) Bob (Frank Silva) Leland Palmer (Ray Wise) Phillip Gerard (Al Strobel) - the One-Armed Man
Naido (Nae Yuuki) - the first woman in the "Mauve Room" with no eyes American Girl (Phoebe Augustine) - the second woman in the "Mauve Room" Major Garland Briggs (Don S. Davis) - the head floating through the stars
SOUTH DAKOTA:
Robby (James Croak) - the guy with the rifle guarding the door of the shack Otis (Redford Westwood) - the old man with the moustache who Mr C. talks to Buella (Kathleen Deeming) - the old lady in the shack Darya (Nicole LaLiberte) - the young woman who leaves with Mr. C Ray Monroe (George Griffith) - the young man who leaves with Mr. C
Jack (Steve Barker) - the mechanic who gets his face massaged
Chantal Hutchens (Jennifer Jason Leigh) - Darya's next-door neighbour Gary "Hutch" Hutchens (Tim Roth) - Chantal's phone-shooting husband
Marjorie Green (Melissa Bailey) - the lady with the dog Ruth Davenport (Mary Stofle) - the dead woman Hank (Max Perlich) - the bald guy outside - "Am I free to go?"
Officer Olson (Christopher Murray) - the taller of the two cops who arrive at Ruth's apartment Officer Douglas (James Giordano) - the shorter of the two cops who arrive at Ruth's apartment
Detective Dave Macklay (Brent Briscoe) - the main detective - the one who interrogates Hastings Constance Talbot (Jane Adams) - the CSI woman Police Chief Mike Boyd (Dep Kirkland) - the bald police chief outside Hastings' interrogation Detective Don Harrison (Bailey Chase) - the State Police Detective who arrives William Hastings (Matthew Lillard) - the school principal in jail Phyllis Hastings (Cornelia Guest) - his wife George Bautzer (Neil Dickson) - his lawyer
First Trooper (Travis Hammer) - the first cop who arrives at Mr C's car accident and throws up Second Trooper (Stephen Heath) - the second cop who arrives at Mr C's car accident
Warden Dwight Murphy (James Morrison) - the warden at the prison where Mr. C is held Inspector Randy Hollister (Karl Makinen) - the younger man accompanying the warden Prison Tech (Hank Harris) - works the security cameras at the prison Prison Guard (Mark Mahoney) - Mr C asks him for a meeting with the warden
Warden Murphy's Son (Luke Judy) - finds his father's body
French Woman (Berenice Marlohe) - the woman in Gordon's hotel room
TWIN PEAKS:
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby (Russ Tamblyn) Delivery Driver (Joseph M. Auger) - delivers the shovels
Nadine Hurley (Wendie Robie) Big Ed Hurley (Everett McGill)
Sarah Palmer (Grace Zabriskie) Check-out Girl (Zoe McLane) - serves Sarah Palmer at the store Bag-boy (Johnny Ochsner) - serves Sarah Palmer at the store
Margaret Lanterman (The Log Lady) (Catherine E. Coulson)
Doc Will Hayward (Warren Frost)
Benjamin Horne (Richard Beymer) Jerry Horne (David Patrick Kelly) Richard Horne (Eamon Farren) - psychopath smoking in the Roadhouse Johnny Horne (Eric Rondell) - he runs into a wall Sylvia Horne (Jan D'Arcy) - she helps Johnny when he is hurt Audrey Horne (Sherilyn Fenn) Charlie (Clark Middleton) - the man talking to Audrey
Beverly Paige (Ashley Judd) - Ben Horne's new secretary Tom Paige (Hugh Dillon) - Beverly's sick husband Nurse (Judith Drake) - the nurse who cares for Tom
Carl Rodd (Harry Dean Stanton) - owner of the New Fat Trout Trailer Park Mickey (Jeremy Lindholm) - talks to Carl in the car Kriscol (Bill O'Dell) - man at the trailer park who sells his blood
Hit and Run Mom (Lisa Coronado) - her boy is run over by Richard Horne Hit and Run Boy (Hunter Sanchez) - run over by Richard Horne
Sheriff Frank Truman (Robert Forster) - Harry Truman's brother Doris Truman (Candy Clark) - Frank's wife
Deputy Chief Tommy "Hawk" Hill (Michael Horse)
Deputy Jesse Holcomb (James Grixoni) - announces that Wally has arrived Deputy Chad Broxford (John Pirruccello) - the grumpy cop with the beard Maggie (Jodi Thelen) - switchboard operator in the back room
Deputy Bobby Briggs (Dana Ashbrook) Betty Briggs (Charlotte Stewart)
Carrie (Charity Parenzini) - mother of boy who shoots gun outside RR Diner Russ (Linas Phillips) - father of boy who shoots gun outside RR Diner Ralph (Elias Parenzini) - boy who shoots gun outside RR Diner Woman in Car (Laura Kenny) - large woman honking the horn outside the RR Diner Sick Girl (Priya Diane Niehaus) - the vomiting girl in the car with her
Man in Suit (Allen Galli) - the insurance man who leaves his card for Sheriff Truman
Andy Brennan (Harry Goaz) Lucy Brennan (Kimmy Robertson) Wally Brando (Michael Cera) - their son
Farmer (Edward 'Ted' Dowling) - Andy sets up a 4:30 meeting with him
Norma Jennings (Peggy Lipton) Toad (Marv Rosand) - cook at the Double R Heidi (Andrea Hays) - German waitress at the Double R RR Diner Waitress (Kate Alden) - serves Bobby in Part 13 Walter Lawford (Grant Goodeve) - runs RR Diner franchises for Norma
Bing (Riley Lynch) - shouts "Has anybody seen Billy?" in the RR Diner Miriam Sullivan (Sarah Jean Long) - talking to Heidi in the RR Diner
Boy Playing Catch (Travis Frost) - boy who discovers the injured Miriam
Shelly (Mädchen Amick) Renee (Jessica Szohr) - woman sitting next to Shelly who James is looking at. She later cries when James sings. Hannah (Gia Carides) - Shelly's brunette friend who says "There's something wrong with that guy"
Rebecca (Becky) Burnett (Amanda Seyfried) - Shelly's daughter Steven Burnett (Caleb Landry Jones) - Becky's husband
Neighbour (Cynthia Lauren Tewes) - lives next door to Gersten Hayward's apartment Gersten Hayward (Alicia Witt) - hiding on stairs with Steven Burnett
Mike Nelson (Gary Hershberger) - he doesn't like Steven Burnett's resumé
James Hurley (James Marshall) Freddie Sykes (Jake Wardle) - the young guy who enters the Roadhouse with James Red (Balthazar Getty) - he points his fingers at Shelly like a gun Jean-Michel Renault (Walter Olkewicz) - bartender who is presumably a relative of Jacques Renault
Frederico (Vincent Castellanos) - tells Richard Horne to stop smoking Charlotte (Grace Victoria Cox) - assaulted by Richard in the Roadhouse Elizabeth (Jane Levy) - Charlotte's friend who says "Leave her alone"
Ella (Sky Ferreira) - the girl in the Roadhouse scratching herself Chloe (Karolina Wydra) - her brunette friend
Abbie (Elizabeth Anweis) - woman on left in Roadhouse in Part 12 Natalie (Ana de la Reguera) - woman on right in Roadhouse in Part 12 Trick (Scott Coffey) - their friend who gets his car run off the road
The Chromatics (Ruth Radelet, Adam Miller, Johnny Jewel, Nat Walker) - band playing in Parts 2 & 12 The Cactus Blossoms (Jack Torrey, Page Burkum, Joel Paterson, Beau Sample, Alex Hall) - band playing in Part 3 Au Revoir Simone (Heather D'Angelo, Erika Forster, Annie Hart) - band playing in Parts 4 & 9 Trouble (Riley Lynch, Sam Smith, Alex Zhang Hungtai, Dean Hurley) - band playing in Part 5 Sharon Van Etten (Sharon Van Etten, Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs, John Phillip Iron III, Zeke Hutchins) - band playing in Part 6 MC (J.R. Starr) - he introduces "The" Nine Inch Nails and James Hurley "The" Nine Inch Nails (Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, Mariqueen Maandig Reznor, Robin Finck, Alessandro Cortini, Joey Castillo) - band playing in Part 8 Hudson Mohawke (Himself) - the musician playing in Part 9 Rebekah Del Rio (Rebekah Del Rio, Moby) - band playing in Part 10 James Hurley (James Marshall, Kelsey Bohlen, Rachael Bower) - band playing in Part 13
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[S3E16] List of all scenes for Season 3

This is my first reddit post, so please be gentle, but do point out any errors of fact or etiquette I've made.
I've spent some time this week getting ready for the finale episodes by making a list of every scene in every Season 3 episode: what time the scene starts, who's in the scene, and a very limited amount of notes for some scenes. There are probably quite a few errors, and I know I haven't classified all the locations yet (like many Silver Mustang scenes are listed as "LV" instead of "SM").
Comments and corrections are very welcome!
TWIN PEAKS SEASON 3 - SCENES location key: BA - Buenos Aires, Argentina Fa - The Farm FH - Fireman's home (the purple place) GN - Great Northern Hotel (in Twin Peaks) LV - Las Vegas, Nevada NM - New Mexico NY - New York City, New York PH - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Rh - the Roadhouse (Twin Peaks) RR - Double R Diner (Twin Peaks) SC - Sioux City, South Dakota (Yankton Federal Prison) SD - South Dakota SM - Silver Mustang Casino, Las Vegas TP - Twin Peaks, Washington UT - Utah VA - the Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia WA - Washington state, outside of Twin Peaks WR - the Waiting Room (Red room) ? - I don't know. "+" means first appearance ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.1 3:43 FH +???????, +Special Agent Dale Cooper ("Remember 430. Richard and Linda. Two birds with one stone.") 6:11 TP +Dr. Lawrence Jacoby, +Delivery Driver 8:28 NY +Sam Colby 12:49 NY Sam, +Guard, +Tracey Barberato 15:40 GN +Beverly Paige, +Ben Horne, +Jerry Horne 18:24 TP +Lucy Brennan, +Man in Suit? 19:35 SD Mr. C (Dale Cooper doppleganger), +Robby, +Otis, +Buella, +Ray Monroe, +Darya 24:30 NY Sam, Tracey, +Experiment Model (@ 33:38) 34:35 SD +Marjorie Green (Buckhorn, South Dakota) 36:15 SD +Officer Olson, +Officer Douglas, Marjorie 38:40 SD +Hank Fillmore, Olson, Douglas, Marjorie 40:10 SD Olson, Douglas, Ruth Davenport 41:27 SD Hank, Olson, Douglas, Ruth, +Detective Dave Macklay, +Constance Talbot 43:40 TP +Margaret Lanterman (The Log Lady), +Deputy Chief Tommy "Hawk" Hill 45:15 SD Constance, Macklay (Buckhorn Police Department) 46:35 SD Macklay, +Phyllis Hastings, +William (Bill) Hastings 48:18 TP Hawk, Lucy, +Deputy Andy Brennan 49:30 SD BHastings, Macklay, +Detective Don Harrison, +Chief Mike Boyd 56:00 SD Macklay, BHastings 56:42 SD Macklay, Harrison, PHastings (lump of meat) ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.2 1:38 SD BHastings, PHastings, Macklay, +George Bautzer (woodsman @ 6:00) 6:18 SD PHastings, Mr. C 7:20 LV +Duncan Todd, +Roger ("why do you let him make you do these things") 9:05 SD Ray, +Jack, Mr. C, Darya (restaurant) 12:07 TP Log Lady, Hawk (Hawk in trees with flashlight) (pool @ 14:34) 15:08 WR Cooper, +Phillip Gerard, +Laura Palmer (red room) ("is it future or is it past?") (white horse @ 22:05) 23:38 WR Cooper, Gerard, +Evolution of the Arm, +BOB 25:20 SD Jack, Mr. C 26:47 SD Mr. C, Darya (calls Phillip Jeffries @ 36:30) (Jeffries: "you're going back in tomorrow, and I will be with BOB again.") Owl Cave symbol playing card @ 34:32 Mr. C: "This is what I want." 39:22 SD Mr. C, +Chantal Hutchens 40:33 WR Cooper, Evolution of the Arm ("253 time and time again") 42:39 WR Cooper, +Leland Palmer ("Leland: Find Laura."), Evolution of the Arm, Gerard ("something's wrong"), Mr. C, doppleganger of the Arm ("non-ex-ist-ent!") 45:25 NY Cooper, Sam, Tracey (box shrinks @ 47:20) 47:59 TP +Sarah Palmer (her house) 49:12 Rh +Chromatics, +Renee, +Shelly Briggs, +Hannah, +James Hurley, +Freddie Sykes, +Red, +Jean-Michel Renault 52:54 Rh credits 54:23 Lynch/Frost Productions ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.3 1:38 FH Cooper (falling through space, then purple place) 4:25 FH +Naido, Cooper, +Major Garland Briggs (number 15, then number 3, "blue rose") 13:16 FH Cooper, +American Girl (Ronette Pulaski?) (watch with 2:53) 14:36 SD Mr. C (clock at 2:53) (in car) 15:03 FH Cooper, American Girl ("When you get there... you will... already be there.") 16:20 PP/SD Cooper, American Girl ("You'd better hurry... my mother is coming."), Mr. C 19:03 LV +Douglas "Dougie" Jones, +Jade, Mr. C (owl ring, Rancho Rosa) 22:27 WR Dougie, Gerard (owl ring) 25:41 LV Cooper, Jade 29:35 LV +Gene, +Jake, Cooper, Jade (Rancho Rosa) 31:45 LV Gene, +Little Boy, +Drugged-out Mother ("one-one-nine!") (Rancho Rosa) 33:30 SD Mr. C, +First Trooper, +Second Trooper (SD Highway Patrol) 34:25 TP Hawk, Andy, Lucy 39:10 TP Jacoby 41:30 SM Jade, Cooper, Laura, +Security Guard (Silver Mustang Casino) 43:40 SM Cooper, Security Guard, +Cashier, +Slot Machine Man, +Lady Slot-Addict 50:25 SM +Floor Attendant Jackie, Cooper 51:25 PH +FBI Deputy Director Gordon Cole, +FBI Agent Albert Rosenfield, +FBI Agent Tammy Preston (FBI Headquarters, Philadelphia, PA) (meeting with strange murder "clues") 55:40 Rh +Cactus Blossoms 57:09 Rh credits 58:40 Lynch/Frost Productions somewhere: +Wise Guy ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.4 1:40 SM +Pit Boss Warrick, guard, boss, Cooper, Floor Attendant Jackie, Lady Slot-Addict 3:50 SM Cooper, +Bill Shaker, +Candy Shaker 5:55 SM +Supervisor Burns, Mr. C, Warrick 9:35 LV +Limo Driver (Al), Cooper, +Janey-E Jones 13:00 LV Cooper, Janey-E 15:35 PH Cole, +Bill Kennedy, +Denise Bryson 19:40 TP Lucy, +Sheriff Frank Truman, Andy 21:32 TP +dispatcher Maggie Brown, +Deputy Jesse Holcomb, Frank, +Deputy Chad Broxford, +Deputy Bobby Briggs 23:25 TP Lucy, Andy 24:30 TP Frank, Hawk, Chad, Bobby, Jesse, Andy, Lucy 28:45 TP Frank, Andy, Lucy, +Wally "Brando" Brennan 33:30 LV/WR Cooper, Gerard, Janey-E, +Sonny Jim Jones 41:41 SD Constance, Macklay, Boyd 42:10 SD Cole, Albert, Tammy, +FBI Driver (SD airport) 44:00 SD Cole, Albert, Tammy, +Warden Dwight Murphy, +Inspector Randy Hollister, Mr. C (SD prison) 50:13 SD Cole, Albert, Tammy 54:20 Rh +Au Revoir Simone 55:16 Rh credits 56:45 Lynch/Frost Productions ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.5 1:40 LV Gene, Jake, +Lorraine (Rancho Rosa) (Argentina box, message "Argent 2") 3:29 SD Major Briggs, Constance, Macklay, Harrison, (wedding ring in stomach: "To Dougie, with love, Janey-E") 4:33 SC Mr. C, +Prison Tech, BOB ("you're still with me. that's good.") 6:50 TP +Mike Nelson, +Steven Burnett 8:10 TP Frank, Lucy, +Doris Truman 10:46 LV Sonny Jim, Janey-E, Cooper 12:17 LV Gene, Jake (Rancho Rosa) 14:00 LV Janey-E, Cooper, +Phil Bisby 16:48 LV Phil, Cooper, +Rhonda, +Frank (Bob Stephenson), +Anthony Sinclair, +Bushnell Mullins, +Darren 23:13 LV Bushnell, Cooper, Phil, Rhonda 25:25 SM Warrick, casino dude, Candie, +Rodney Mitchum, +Bradley Mitchum, +Mandie, +Sandie 28:16 LV Drugged-out Mother, Little Boy, +Punk Leader 30:50 LV Chris, Jade (xxx who is Chris?) 31:47 RR +Norma Jennings, Shelly, +Toad, +Rebecca (Becky) Burnett, Steven 34:11 RR Becky, Steven (cocaine smile) 37:56 LV Cooper, Phil 39:29 TP Andy, Hawk 40:47 TP Jacoby, +Nadine Hurley (Dr. Amp) 45:24 VA +Colonel Davis, +Lieutenant Cynthia Knox (Pentagon, Arlington, VA) (16 fingerprint hits on Major Briggs in last 25 years) 46:40 Rh +Trouble, +Richard Horne, +Charlotte, +Elizabeth, woman, +Federico, Chad 50:56 PH Tammy (Cooper photos & fingerprints) 52:28 SC Mr. C, Warden ("Mr. Strawberry", "the cow jumped over the moon") 55:23 BA (beeping, shrinking box) (Buenos Aires, Argentina) 56:05 LV Cooper, +Officer Reynaldo 56:25 LV credits 58:07 Lynch/Frost Productions somewhere: +Heidi (fat RR waitress), Hollister, +Detailer, Burns, Jade ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.6 1:43 LV Cooper, Reynaldo 3:27 LV Sonny Jim, Janey-E, Reynaldo, Cooper, +Patrol Officer 6:37 LV Sonny Jim, Cooper (clapper) 9:00 LV Janey-E, Cooper, Sonny Jim 13:12 ? (stop light) 13:30 ?/LV Gerard ("wake up" "don't die"), Cooper (case files scribbles) 18:35 PH Albert, Cole, +Diane Evans (Max Von's Bar) 20:41 TP Red, Richard (coin trick) 27:00 TP Richard 27:24 TP +Carl Rodd, +Mickey 29:33 RR Shelly, +Miriam Sullivan, Heidi 30:57 TP Richard, Carl, +Hit and Run Mom, +Hit and Run Boy, Miriam (yellow "soul", number 6 & 324810) 35:35 LV Todd (computer & folder for Ike) 36:54 LV cops, Drugged-out Mother 37:53 LV +Ike "The Spike" Stadtler 39:33 LV Cooper, Phil, Sinclair, Bushnell (Cooper's scribbles) 45:35 LV Janey-E, +Jimmy, +Tommy 48:04 LV Lorraine, Ike, other woman 49:13 TP Richard 50:15 TP Hawk, Chad (Laura's diary pages) 53:00 TP Maggie, Frank, Chad, Jesse, Doris 54:54 Rh +Sharon Van Etten 56:18 Rh credits 57:52 Lynch/Frost Productions somewhere: Jade ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.7 1:40 WA/GN Jerry, Ben 3:35 TP Hawk, Frank (Laura's diary pages shown) 7:03 TP Frank (on phone to Harry; Laura's diary pages shown) 8:08 TP Andy, Farmer 9:10 TP Frank, +Doc Will Hayward (rising computer screen) 12:50 SD Knox, Macklay 13:40 SD Constance, Major Briggs, Knox, Macklay, Davis, woodsman at 16:08 16:53 PH Cole, Albert 18:20 PH +Younger Man, Cole, Albert, Diane (Diane's house) 21:36 PH Cole, Albert, Diane, Tammy (on airplane) (Cooper's fingerprints, photo of Mr. C & mansion) 23:47 SC Cole, Albert, Diane, Tammy, Hollister (Yankton Federal Prison, Sioux City) 24:24 SC Diane, Mr. C 27:05 SC Cole, Albert, Diane, Tammy, Warden 27:33 SC Cole, Albert, Diane, Tammy 29:25 SC Mr. C, 2 prison guys 30:02 TP Andy 31:17 TP Warden, Mr. C, 2 prison guys 33:42 LV Janey-E, Cooper, Sinclair, +Detective T. Fusco, +Detective "Smiley" Fusco, +Detective D. Fusco, Rhonda, Bushnell (Cooper draws figures) 40:00 LV Janey-E, Cooper, Ike, Evolution of the Arm 41:25 LV Cooper, Janey-E, +Another Mom, +5-Year-Old Girl, +Soccer Mom 42:10 GN Ben, Beverly (Great Northern Hotel) 46:58 TP Beverly, +Nurse, +Tom Paige 49:18 Rh Renault (sweeping peanut shells) 52:38 SC +Prison Guard, Mr. C, Ray, Warden 55:23 RR Shelly, Norma, +Bing (person asking for Billy) 55:55 RR credits 57:24 Lynch/Frost Productions ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.8 1:42 SD Mr. C, Ray 7:40 SD Mr. C, Ray, woodsmen, BOB (Ray calls Jeffries @ 10:50) 11:20 Rh +MC, +"The" Nine Inch Nails 16:00 SD Mr. C 16:21 NM (July 16, 1945 / White Sands, New Mexico / 5:29 AM (MWT)) 18:28 ? (effects) 21:20 ? woodsmen (Dutchman's / convenience store) 24:10 ? Experiment/mother? 26:20 FH outside purple place. (formed from gold globule seen in previous scene?) 28:55 FH +Senorita Dido 30:25 FH Dido, ??????? 33:54 FH ???????, Dido (movie theater) 36:32 FH ???????, Dido, Laura (gold sparks, gold seed, Laura @ 39:05) 39:35 FH ???????, Dido (Fallopian tube) 40:49 NM +frog-locust (1956 / August 5 / New Mexico desert) 42:52 NM +Girl, +Boy 44:14 NM woodsmen 44:38 NM +New Mexico Husband, +New Mexico Wife, +Woodsman 46:06 NM Girl, Boy 48:34 NM Woodsman 49:11 NM +Disc Jockey, Girl 50:00 NM Woodsman, +Receptionist 51:06 NM Woodsman, Disc Jockey, Girl 51:45 NM "This is the water. And this is the well. Drink full and descend. The horse is the white of the eyes, and dark within." 54:00 NM Girl, frog-locust 56:35 NM Woodsman leaves, "horse whinnying distantly" 56:44 NM credits 58:04 Lynch/Frost Productions ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.9 1:40 SD Mr. C 2:09 plane Cole, Tammy, Diane, Albert 3:35 SD Mr. C, +Gary "Hutch" Hutchens, Chantal 4:43 plane Cole, Diane, Albert, Tammy 6:41 SD/LV Mr. C, Hutch, Chantal, Todd (text: "around the dinner table the conversation is lively") 9:51 LV Cooper, Janey-E, Bushnell, Fuscos, +Desk Sergeant (Las Vegas Police Department) 18:35 LV Ike, Fuscos, more Las Vegas police 20:40 TP Lucy, Andy (chairs) 23:05 TP +Johnny Horne, +Sylvia Horne 24:02 TP +Betty Briggs, Bobby, Frank, Hawk 27:35 SD Diane, Cole, Tammy, Albert, Knox, Macklay 29:47 SD Constance, Major Briggs, Diane, Cole, Tammy, Albert, Knox, Macklay 32:45 WA? Jerry ("I am not your foot") 34:40 TP Chad, Frank, Hawk, Lucy, Bobby 37:37 TP Frank, Hawk, Bobby (Major Briggs' message @ 39:01: sun over left peak, moon & splotch over right peak 253 yards east of Jack Rabbit's Palace before ... Jack Rabbit's ... put some soil from that area in your pocket 2:53 10/1 10/2. other message: COOPECOOPECO and other stuff) 40:35 SD Diane, Cole, Tammy 42:45 SD BHastings, Tammy, Macklay, Cole, Diane 49:25 GN Ben, Beverly 51:56 Rh +Hudson Mohawke, +Ella, +Chloe 55:06 Rh Au Revoir Simone 56:30 Rh credits 58:09 Lynch/Frost Productions somewhere: Warden Dwight Murphy ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.10 1:41 TP Richard, Miriam (trailer park), Chad 5:04 TP Carl, Steven, Becky (trailer park) 7:00 LV RMitchum, Candie, BMitchum 9:34 LV +Doctor Ben, Dougie, Janey-E 11:49 LV RMitchum, Candie, Sandie, Mandie, BMitchum, +Paul, +Sheena, Ike, Soccer Mom, Cooper, Janey-E, Roger? 15:13 LV Janey-E, Cooper, Sonny Jim (sex) 18:15 ? (wind howling) 18:37 TP Jacoby, Nadine (Dr. Amp) 20:42 LV Janey-E, Cooper, Sonny Jim 21:25 WA Jerry 21:45 TP Lucy, Chad, mailman 24:20 TP Richard, Johnny Horne, Sylvia Horne 28:56 LV Todd, Roger, Sinclair 30:40 SD Albert, Constance, Cole, Tammy 31:25 SM Pit Boss Warrick, Sinclair, BMitchum, RMitchum, Candie, Sandie, Mandie 38:18 LV RMitchum, BMitchum, Candie, Sandie, Mandie 40:12 SD Cole, Laura, Albert, Tammy (Diane received: "Around the dinner table, the conversation is lively", sent: "They have Hastings. He's going to take them to the site.") 43:22 GN/TP Ben, Sylvia 44:27 TP Log Lady, Hawk ("Laura is the one.") 46:17 Rh +Rebekah Del Rio, +Musician (Moby) 51:33 Rh credits 53:12 Lynch/Frost Productions somewhere: Fuscos ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.11 1:41 TP +Boy Playing Catch, Miriam (trailer park) 3:07 TP Becky (trailer park), Shelly, Norma, Carl 5:30 TP Becky, Carl, Norma, Maggie, Bobby (Carl's van) 7:02 TP Becky, +Gersten's neighbor, Steven, +Gersten Hayward (Gersten's apartment) 8:14 TP Maggie (police station) 8:51 SD Macklay, WHastings, Albert, Diane, Tammy, Cole, woodsmen (Buckhorn), Ruth Davenport, 13:15 woodsmen @ Dutchman's 16:25 RR Bobby, Becky, Shelly, Norma, Red, +Carrie, +Ralph, +Russ, Jesse, +Woman in Car, +Sick Girl, Toad? 24:55 TP Frank, Hawk, Lucy, Log Lady, Jesse (Indian map, mention Blue Pine Mountain, "day after tomorrow") 29:50 SD Cole, Albert, Diane, Tammy, Macklay (Ruth's coordinates) 33:48 LV Bushnell, Phil, Cooper, Sinclair 37:40 LV BMitchum, RMitchum 39:40 LV Cooper, Bushnell, Gerard, Limo Driver 42:06 LV Cooper, Limo Driver 43:10 LV BMitchum, RMitchum, Cooper, Limo Driver 50:00 LV piano player, Cooper, BMitchum, RMitchum, Candie, Mandie, Sandie, Lady Slot-Addict 55:26 LV credits 57:03 Lynch/Frost Productions ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.12 1:35 SD Cole, Albert, Tammy (Chet Desmond mentioned) 5:35 SD Cole, Albert, Tammy, Diane 7:37 WA Jerry 8:07 TP Sarah, +Check-Out Girl, +Bag-boy 11:25 TP Carl, +Criscol (Kriscol in subtitles) 13:07 LV Cooper, Sonny Jim 13:37 TP (mountain & woods) 13:51 TP Hawk, Sarah (Sarah's house) 16:06 TP Miriam (hospital) 16:32 SD Diane ("Las Vegas?" text, "THEY HAVEN'T ASKED YET") 17:10 GN Ben, Beverly, Frank (Ben's office) 25:25 SD Cole, +French Woman, Albert (hotel) 31:25 UT? Hutch, Chantal, Warden, +Warden Murphy's Son 33:36 TP Jacoby, Nadine (Dr. Amp) 36:27 ? +Audrey Horne, +Charlie (mentions Billy, Tina, Paul, Chuck) 47:17 SD Diane 49:20 TP (woods) 49:42 Rh Chromatics, +Abbie, +Natalie, +Trick (mentions Clark, Mary, Angela) 53:02 Rh credits 54:34 Lynch/Frost Productions ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.13 1:40 LV BMitchum, RMitchum, Cooper, Sandie, Mandie, Candie, Sinclair, Bushnell, Todd 4:44 LV +Head Mover, Janey-E, Sonny Jim, Cooper 7:02 Fa Mr. C, Ray, +Renzo, +Muddy, +Farm Accountant, Richard (Western Montana, "The Farm") 23:25 LV Fuscos, Sinclair, +Detective Clark, +Crooked Partner, Desk Sergeant? 27:05 UT Hutch, Chantal (Utah) 28:00 LV Janey-E, Cooper, Sinclair, +Szymon Waitress, +Man in Urinal 34:22 TP Shelly, Becky 35:50 LV Cooper, Sinclair, Bushnell 38:47 TP Bobby, +RR Diner Waitress, +Big Ed Hurley, Norma, +Walter Lawford 44:52 TP Nadine, Jacoby 47:29 TP Sarah 50:14 ? Audrey, Charlie 53:10 Rh MC, James, +Backup Singer #2, +Backup Singer #3, Renee 56:30 TP Big Ed 57:39 TP credits (Big Ed) 59:11 Lynch/Frost Productions xxx owl ring in 3.13 somewhere. ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.14 1:41 SD/TP Cole, Lucy, Frank 4:20 SD Albert, Tammy, Cole, Diane why was ring in Major Briggs' stomach? 9:22 SD/LV Albert, Tammy, Cole, Diane, +Special Agent Randall Headley, +Agent Wilson 11:21 dream Cole, +Monica Bellucci, Cooper, Tammy, Albert, +Phillip Jeffries 14:39 TP Andy, Hawk, Bobby, Frank, Chad 16:10 TP Andy, Hawk, Bobby, Frank, "it's 2:53" 22:00 TP Andy, Hawk, Bobby, Frank, Naido 24:34 TP Andy, The Fireman, Experiment?, Woodsman, Laura, Naido, Cooper, Mr. C, Lucy, 29:00 number 6 29:40 TP Andy, Hawk, Bobby, Frank, Naido 31:00 TP Naido, Andy, Lucy, Chad, +Drunk 33:43 TP Freddie, James 43:26 TP Sarah, +Trucker (@Elk's Point Bar #9), 47:48 face, Experiment?, +Bartender 49:19 Rh +Megan, +Sophie mention Paula, Tina, Billy 52:41 Rh MC, +Lissie 54:25 Rh credits xxx BOB here somewhere? ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.15 1:41 TP (woods & mountains) 2:02 TP Nadine, Big Ed 5:30 RR Big Ed, Norma, Walter, Shelly 10:42 Dut Mr. C, woodsman, +Jumping Man, +Bosomy Woman (the Dutchman's) (number 8 on Jeffries' door) 17:22 Dut Mr. C, Jeffries' apparatus ("who is Judy?") (the Dutchman's) 21:18 Dut Mr. C, Richard (text "Las Vegas?") 24:08 TP +Cyril Pons, Gersten, Steven 30:05 TP Cyril, Carl (Fat Trout Trailer Park) 30:50 Rh MC, James, Freddie, Renee, +Chuck, +Skipper 33:18 LV Headley, Wilson 34:00 LV Todd, Roger, Chantal 34:55 TP Drunk, Chad, Freddie, Hawk, Bobby, James, Naido (jail) 36:35 LV Hutch, Chantal 37:54 LV Cooper, Janey-E, Sonny Jim 41:55 TP Log Lady, Hawk 45:39 TP Frank, Bobby, Lucy, Andy, Hawk 47:40 ? Audrey, Charlie 50:30 Rh +The Veils, +Ruby 53:22 Rh credits 54:57 Lynch/Frost Productions somewhere: Albert ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.16 1:42 ? Mr. C, Richard 5:02 ? Mr. C, Richard, Jerry (":-) ALL." @ 9:29) 9:50 LV Hutch, Chantal, Headley, Wilson 12:40 LV Cooper, Janey-E, Sonny Jim, Bushnell 13:40 LV Cooper, Janey-E, Sonny Jim, Bushnell, BMitchum, RMitchum, Candie, Sandie, Mandie 17:56 LV Hutch, Chantal, +Polish Accountant, BMitchum, RMitchum, Candie, Sandie, Mandie 24:25 LV Cooper, Gerard (owl ring, seed), Sonny Jim, Janey-E, Bushnell, +Female Doctor 29:12 LV Cooper, Bushnell, BMitchum, RMitchum, Candie, Sandie, Mandie 30:18 LV Cooper, Janey-E, Sonny Jim, Headley 31:33 SD Diane (coordinates: 48551420117163956 34:45 SD Cole, Tammy, Albert, Diane ("I'm in the sheriff's station", "I'm not me") 42:10 ? Diane, Gerard (seed) 43:26 SM Cooper, Janey-E, Sonny Jim, Mitchums (Silver Mustang Casino) 47:05 LV Cooper, Mitchums, Candies 48:38 Rh MC, +Edward Louis Severson (Eddie Vedder) 50:53 Rh Audrey, Charlie, +Throwing Man, +Man Hit with Bottle (Monique mentioned) 56:12 Rh credits 57:36 Lynch/Frost Productions somewhere: Phil ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.17 1:?? 5?:?? ?? credits 5?:?? Lynch/Frost Productions ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.18 1:?? 5?:?? ?? credits 5?:?? Lynch/Frost Productions ______________________________________________________________________ 
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[All] /r/twinpeaks, I need your help finding The Return locations

I gathered all the info on S3 locations out in the web here in this map, while also trying to identify specific rooms and spots when possible. I wanna thank @underthefan113 who tracked down a lot of the most relevant locations, and that publishes it all on this blog. Also Ashok from dugpa.com for some of the pics here.
There are a lot of places yet to be found though, and since /twinpeaks is the biggest Twin Peaks online community, let's crowdsource this shit. I'll add any clues and guesses here in the thread, but we'll need visual confirmation (through comparing images) or the word of somone who saw it in person in order to add it on the map. Here are some tips and ways to search:

To be found in LA Area

Part 1. Buella’s, Ruth Davenport’s apartment and building, Log Lady’s house interior (I think Sabrina Sutherland said something about it?), Buckhorn Police Department offices, NY glass box (studio or warehouse?)
Part 2. Duncan Todd’s office, Hastings residence interior (same as exterior?), the garage storage where C kills Jack, Roadhouse interior (supposedly a location in Pasadena)
Part 3. Dougie/Jade house interior (same as exterior?), 119 house interior (same as exterior?), FBI reunion room, FBI Gordon’s office
Part 4. Denise's office, Yankton prison (exterior, patio, meeting room, prison cells)
Part 5. Buckhorn morgue, Lorraine's office, Lucky 7 insurance interior (maybe studio?), Casino’s control room, Colonel’s office
Part 6. TP Sheriff Station bathrooms (maybe studio?).
Part 7. Diane’s apartment, Warden Murphy’s office, Beverly’s home (int and ext).
Part 8. Spot where Ray shoots C, Nevada gas station, Nevada road where Woodsmen attack, Girl’s home (int and ext).
Part 9. Farm (with Hutch and Chantal), Las Vegas Police Station interior
Part 10. Doctor office (ripped Cooper scene)
Part 12. Warden Murphy’s home
Part 13. Crime syndicate ("kindergarden"), Las Vegas police back alley (Anthony orders poison)
Part 14. FBI LA offices (Headley and Wilson), Great Northern’s back place (where Freddie's story is told), Great Nothern’s furnaces

To be found in Washington

Dr. Jacoby’s trailer (supposedly North Fork Enterprises-Littlejohn?)
New Glastonburry Grove (or is it the same?)
Richard/Red meeting (supposedly in a warehouse on Broadway, south of Everett Avenue)
Clearence where Richard stops truck to clean blood (supposedly North Fork Enterprises-Littlejohn?)
Place where Andy talks with bearded man
Road where Andy waits bearded man
Sylvia Horne house
Betty Briggs house
Miriam’s trailer
Kids playing ball where a hurt Miriam appears (alledgedly here)
Log Lady’s cabin exterior (same as the OG's, never been located)
Rock where Richard dies (maybe not WA?)
Precise geographic location of: Jack Rabbit's Palace, White Lodge entrance, spot where Cyril Pons finds Steven, and Carl's red bench

Possible, unnassigned locations

These are places the Twin Peaks crew thanked or that were said to be locations by third parties.
In Washington
Fire Training Academy
Transmissions Plus
Cascade Covenant Church
Snoqualmie Ridge Neighborhood
Snoqualmie Valley Antiques
The Valley Theater
Eagle Nest community
Colonial Square Apartments (maybe Betty Briggs home?)
Georgia Bakery, Pioneer Coffee, Euro Lounge Café, Mt Si Art Supply, Scott’s Dairy Freeze
TPC Snoqualmie Ridge
Boxley’s
Spring Glen
Spacelabs
Department of Natural Resources
Bybee Farms (Jerry's meanderings? Miriam’s trailer?)
Farmhouse Market
Si View Parks Department
Snoqualmie Valley Aliance
Rockwood Farm
Issaquah, near the Issaquah Cannabis Company (alledgedly)
North Fork Enterprises-Littlejohn
In LA area
Slauson Ave. around Inglewood Oil Field
Langham Apartments
LA City Hall interior
Roosevelt apartment building on 7th st. near City Hall
LA Times

Shot on studio:

Above the convenience store, KPJK radio station (part 8), Red Room (obviously), Sheriff Truman’s office, TP Sheriff Station cells, Ben Horne’s office, Jeffries’ room (which is also the Purple Place's interior), Buckhorn hotel rooms.
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For my Kant and 19th Century German Philosophy course, I wrote a commentary on recent US political changes by applying Hegel’s dialectic method as an interpretive schema.

The formatting below is pretty ugly so here is a direct link to a PDF of the document.
Disclaimer: I am not majoring in philosophy. It is an upper division general education course. I started doing research about a week before but realized on Sunday that I did not actually completely understand the dialectic process. I’m still not sure if I have correctly. I started writing Sunday at 12pm, wrote until 6am, slept, continued at 10am and submitted it at 4pm on Monday. If I had done this a week ago, I could have asked my professor for feedback but I am taking the class credit/not credit so I just needed to pass. Also, I’m a terrible procrastinator.
Feedback is welcomed!!! :)
edit: I just realized I was braindead upon finishing and didn’t proofread. Sorry for the mess. I will fix it tomorrow. ~~
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770 – 1831) was a predominant figure in 19th century German philosophy. He contributed widely to German Idealism, a philosophical movement spurred as a reaction to Immanuel Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason. Generally, idealism is the theory that fundamental reality is made up of one’s thoughts or ideas. It holds that one cannot be certain that any matter of the outside world exists and that the only thing truly knowable is consciousness. Hegel achieved significant renown in his day, given his first book, Phänomenologie des Geistes, was his most thoroughly discussed philosophical work. Since the German word ‘geist’ is understood through multiple definitions, the title may translate to either The Phenomenology of Spirit or The Phenomenology of Mind. In this book, Hegel applied his three-stage dialectical method as an interpretive schema to understand and analyze the life of one’s spirit. According to The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, “‘Dialectics’ is a term used to describe a method of philosophical argument that involves some sort of contradictory process between the opposing sides.” In Plato’s Republic, he presented a basic form of a dialectic as a back-and-forth argument between Socrates and his students. Socrates posed the question, “What is justice?” and goes on to refute each student’s answer; forcing each student to refine their belief by adopting Socrates’ refutation and forming a more sophisticated view. A central term in Hegelian dialectics is the verb ‘aufhebeng’, which, in this context, translates to ‘to sublate’ or ‘to cancel and to preserve at the same time’. In Plato’s example, each of Socrates’ student’s original belief is sublated with Socrates’ challenge to adopt the more sophisticated view. The students cancel parts of their original belief while simultaneously preserving sophisticated pieces to combine with Socrates’ challenge. This process of ‘aufhebeng’ may happen multiple times within a single ‘dialectical conflict’.
The fundamental premise of Hegel’s dialectic method is to understand history as a sequence of ‘dialectical conflicts’. The purpose of the Hegel’s dialectic method is to achieve spiral evolution of higher thinking by using the process of ‘aufhebeng’. Each conflict begins with what is called the ‘in-itself’ moment. This ‘in-itself’ moment is merely potential for a reality to be actualized. The reality one is concerned with is implicit, or implied, in the moment. The German phrase Hegel used, ‘an-sich’, directly translates to ‘in-itself’, but is better understood when colloquially translated to ‘by-itself’. The reality is ‘by-itself’, or implicit, in this moment. The reality must be exteriorized, or made explicit, so one can actualize it. In Plato’s The Republic, reality was the adoption of a more sophisticated view. If a student provided an answer to Socrates’ question, the reality would be implicit, or ‘by-itself’, and not explicit to the student. Without additional information, a student would be unable to form a view more sophisticated than that of their own answer. Additionally, it would be impossible for Socrates to negate the student if the student never initially provided an answer. When Socrates negated their answer, he exteriorized the reality of adopting a more sophisticated view by explicit telling them the more sophisticated view in the form of an argument. The moment in which reality is exteriorized, or explicit, is called the ‘for-itself’ moment. Since dialectics rely on a contradictory process, the ‘for-itself’ moment must negate, or contradict, the ‘in-itself’ moment in order to exteriorize reality. Once reality is explicit, the process of ‘aufhebeng’ starts and creates an ‘in-and-for-itself’ moment by eliminating flaws from the first two moments and leaving behind ideas and elements that hold true for both. For Plato, the student forms a new, more sophisticated view by disregarding the flaws in their own view while preserving the sophisticated elements in both their own and Socrates’ view. Once complete, the ‘in-and-for-itself’ moment serves as the ‘in-itself’ moment for a new dialectical conflict. Hegel believed that by allowing the ‘in-and-for-itself’ moment to serve as the next ‘in-itself’ moment, the dialectical process would result in the spiral evolution of higher thinking because the newly actualized reality would contain potential for another ‘new reality to be actualized’. For example, once a student adopted the more sophisticated view, Socrates refuted it in the form of an argument, effectively exteriorizing the implicit reality contained in the new ‘in-itself’ moment. A student would proceed to form a more sophisticated view point from an already formed ‘more sophisticated viewpoint’. Using more simplistic terms, one can understand this process as: problem → reaction → solution, where the problem contains an implicit solution and the solution provides a new problem that contains a new implicit solution. Going forward, these three moments will be referred to in accordance with Johann Fichte’s commentary, which uses thesis, antithesis and synthesis in place of ‘in-itself’, ‘for-itself’ and ‘in-and-for-itself’. The most effective way to understand Hegel’s dialectic method is to use it to analyze the progression of history.
Hegel’s dialectic can be used as an interpretive schema to understand and analyze the events that led to the demise of the Roman Republic and the rise of the Roman Empire. In 100BCE, Gaius Julius Caesar was born into a patrician family that politically aligned itself with plebeian politicians (Watkins). In 84BCE, after his father’s death, Julius Caesar married the daughter of revolutionary Gaius Marius, a Roman general and statesmen who held office of consul seven times. When Lucius Sulla, opponent of Marius, gained control of Rome, he ordered Caesar to divorce his wife. Caesar refused, irrevocably committing himself to the plebeian-popular side of politics in Rome. Caesar fled the anti-revolutionary forces and served in the Roman army until Sulla’s death in 78BCE (Watkins). Once free from Sulla, Julius Caesar returned to Rome and served in government as a prosecution attorney. Caesar’s first major case was against an associate of Sulla but the court was composed of senators who sympathized with Sulla’s anti-revolutionary movement and did not charge the associate. Over the next years, Caesar asserted himself into Roman government, organized a private army to defend attacks from Mithridates VI and worked with Pompey, a former lieutenant of Sulla, to repeal constitutional reform enacted by Sulla himself (Watkins). From 69BCE to 61BCE, Julius Caesar served his term as quaestor in Farther Spain, was elected to the office of aedile and held public festivals in order to solicit support from plebeians. Most importantly, by 59BCE, Caesar had formed an unofficial alliance with his old political friend, Pompey, and another former lieutenant of Sulla, Marcus Crassus (Bishop, 7). Caesar was a popular politician who was known for favoring the common peasant. Pompey was a political and military leader renowned for his victories in Italy and West Asia. Lastly, Marcus Crassus was a property speculator, the largest landowner and richest man in Rome. Angered that the senate constantly threw out their proposed bill, the alliance aimed to overcome the senate’s opposition by influencing Caesar’s election into the consul (Bishop, 7). Despite the senate’s efforts, Caesar is successfully elected in 59BCE and his entrance into the consul marked the beginning of the dialectical conflict.
By challenging the senators, enacting reform and expanding the Republic’s borders, Caesar asserted himself into government and gave potential to actualizing the reality of establishing a new government in place of the Republic. Since this reality was still implicit, as nothing had yet exteriorized it, no one was able to create an entire, new government. As a member of consul, the first law Caesar introduced distributed government owned land in Italy to the landless poor for the purpose of farming. This law did not receive explicit opposition from the senate, but neither did it receive explicit support (Bishop, 7). In 58BCE, Julius Caesar was designated governor of Cisalpine Gaul, Transalpine Gaul and Illyria for five years. Wanting dramatic military success, Caesar found an excuse to invade Gaul and earn what he always sought. In 53BCE, at the Battle of Carrhae, Marcus Crassus perished in war, effectively disbanding the alliance and deteriorating the relationship between Caesar and Pompey (Watkins). With Caesar still fighting in Gaul, Pompey revealed to Rome that he was truly ambivalent toward Caesar and proceeded to ally with Caesar’s enemies. The Roman senators demanded Caesar turn over his army’s control to the government, but Caesar chose a civil war over laying down his command. After forcing Pompey to flee and defeating the rest of his troops, Julius Caesar became the prominent figure of the Roman state, where he enforced his power as ‘dictator in perpetuity’ (Bishop, 7).
A group of senators feared for the safety of the Roman Republic so in 44BCE, they conspired against and successfully assassinated Julius Caesar at a senate meeting. Caesar’s removal from government served as the antithesis, or negation, to his assertion into government. Just like Socrates’ refutation, this antithesis would be impossible if Caesar initially failed to assert himself over the government. Caesar’s murder caused prominent figures still remaining in the Republic to fight for the right to govern it (Bishop, 8). The potential to create a new form of government had now been exteriorized by Caesar’s death because the remaining figures realized that whoever came out victorious, would govern the Roman Republic and be able to form an entire new government. Finally, fifteen years later, in 29BCE, Caesar’s great-nephew, Gaius Octavianus, returned to Rome as the unchallenged ruler of the Republic and started the process of ‘aufhebeng’. Octavianus maintained old republican political institutions by preserving the Senate, popular assemblies, and magisterial offices (Bishop, 8). On the contrary, him and his successors removed parts of the original government and built a system of imperial government that would tend to the empire’s vast territories and connect them with the capital (Bishop, 8). The government Octavianus created, which would come to be known as The Roman Empire, served as the synthesis for Caesar’s assertion into and removal from government by actualizing the original, implicit reality. Just like the politics in the Roman Republic and Empire, the legislation of United States presidencies can be analyzed and understood using Hegel’s dialectic schema.
Barack Obama was born in 1961 in the state of Hawaii, just two years after it was officially inaugurated. After graduating from Columbia University in 1983, Obama enrolled in Harvard Law School. He became a civil rights attorney while teaching constitutional law at the University of Chicago and representing the 13th District for three terms (“President Barack Obama.”). Obama gained national attention from his landslide win during the November 2004 Senate election. Four years later, on November 4th, 2008, Obama defeated John McCain in the general election and became the first African American elected to serve as president. Obama was inaugurated on January 20th, 2009 and within the first few minutes, his Chief of Staff, Rahm Emanuel, issued an order that suspended last-minute executive orders and regulations signed in by outgoing President George W. Bush (“Obama Halts All Regulations Pending Review.”). Additionally, he aimed to strengthen relations with the Middle East by immediately calling for what was to be a “new beginning” between the United States and the Muslim world (“Obama in Egypt Reaches out to Muslim World.”). To do this, Obama pursued a military strategy in the Middle East that emphasized drone strikes, special forces and diplomacy over large ground troop operations (Sanger). Just like his first few minutes in office, Obama’s eight years were characterized by significant accomplishments.
In November of 2009, President Obama announced the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), an agreement between the United States and 11 other countries, which would bring jobs back to American soil and boost economic trade between the United States and Asia by increasing American exports to the Asia-Pacific region. The Asia-Pacific region is responsible for forty percent of global trade and includes some of the most robust economies (“Obama Administration Accomplishments”). The Trans-Pacific Partnership would eliminate 18,000 different tariffs placed on exporting goods produced domestically. Ninety-five percent of the world’s customers exist outside of the United States’ borders. The United States Trade Representative used a Vietnamese auto parts buyer as an example of a customer. A Vietnamese person would have to pay a twenty-seven percent tax on a part made in the United States but only a five percent tax on a part made in Thailand because of the ASEAN Free Trade Agreement (“TPP Chapter Summary”). Obama was an advocate for free trade agreements because they allow a country’s exports to increase while creating additional jobs domestically.
Many times, during his presidency, Barack Obama described climate change to be the greatest long-term threat facing the world (Davis). In 2013, Obama bypassed Congress by directly ordering the EPA to place limits on carbon emissions. Additionally, in 2015, Obama unveiled the Clean Power Plan, which seeks to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by twenty-six to twenty-eight percent by the year 2025 (Davenport). Obama’s campaign to fight climate change ended up finding more success at the international level than the national. At the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference, nearly every country in the world agreed to a climate deal in which each nation committed lowering their greenhouse gas emissions. This deal, the Paris Agreement, was adopted by over 195 countries and attempted to create the, “bridge between today’s policies and climate neutrality before the end of the century” (“Paris Agreement”). In September 2016, toward the end of Obama’s second term, the United States joined China in participating in the first-ever, universal, legally binding global climate deal (Somander). Collectively, the United States and China contribute to over forty percent of global emissions so successfully entering into this deal with China was a major accomplishment for the Democratic Party.
One of Barack Obama’s most controversial actions during his presidency was when he established policy by a memorandum issued from the Department of Homeland Security. This policy allowed certain immigrants to escape deportation and receive a two-year work permit that was renewable if the applicant displayed good behavior. Those who were under the age of 31 on June 15, 2012, had come to the United States when they were younger than 16 and lived in the United States since 2007 were eligible to apply (Napolitano). This policy came to be known as the ‘Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals’, or more commonly, ‘DACA’. Many republicans opposed this program and denounced it as an abuse of executive power. In 2013, the House of Representatives voted 224 to 201 in favor of defunding the program, but since the program is almost entirely funded by application fees, Congress did not have the power to do so (Werner). DACA continued to be an active program until the end of Obama’s second term. Barack Obama wasn’t elected into the White House because of his experience nor for his role as a party leader. Obama hadn’t served as a governor of a state or as a general in the army. He didn’t even inherit the presidency because of an impeachment or death. Obama was elected purely for himself: his message, his persona and what he symbolized.
Donald Trump was born and raised in the Queens borough of New York City. After earning an economic degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Trump purchased his family’s real estate business and expanded it to involve the construction and renovation of skyscrapers, hotels, casinos, and golf courses (“Donald J. Trump.”). He went on to start various side ventures while making sure he remained in the light of the media. Donald Trump co-authored several books and produced and hosted The Apprentice, a reality game show on television. Over his years as a businessman, Trump gained notoriety for his racist and sexist views, which he made obvious during his campaign (Baker). Trump entered the 2016 presidential race as a Republican and defeated sixteen opponents in the primaries. Like Obama, Trump didn’t win because of his experience in government. Donald Trump was elected purely for himself: his message, his persona and what he symbolized. In his announcement speech, Trump drew attention to illegal immigration, offshoring of American jobs, the U.S. national debt, and Islamic terrorism (Trump). After defeating Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump became the oldest and wealthiest person ever to assume the presidency, the first without prior military or government service, and the fifth to have won the election despite losing the popular vote.
Once his position as the 45th President of the United States was secured, on November 21st, 2016, in a video message, Trump introduced an economic strategy that negotiates “fair, bilateral trade deals that bring jobs and industry back onto American shores.” (“Trump Says US to Quit TPP on First Day in Office.”). As part of this plan, Trump confirmed that the United States intents to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership on his first day in office. Two months later, on January 23rd, 2017, President Trump signed an executive order to withdraw the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Though Trump’s actions were criticized by other politicians like John McCain, Senator Bernie Sanders applauded Trump for pulling out of the partnership. Sanders believes that the Unites States participates in too many free trade agreements, “that cost us millions of decent-paying jobs and a ‘race to the bottom’, which has lowered wages for American workers.” (Smith). As recently as January 9th, 2018, the United States Environmental Protection Agency announced an agenda for the year that is set to replace Obama’s Clean Power Plan and Waters of the United States rule (Reuters Staff). Additionally, according to the fiscal 2019 proposal released on February 12th, 2018, the United States government plans to reduce the EPA’s budget by $2.5 billion, almost twenty-three percent (Dennis). On March 8, 2018, Donald Trump signed an order imposing import tariffs of twenty-five percent on steel and ten percent on aluminum, with exemptions for Canada, Mexico, and possibly other countries (“Trump Tariffs: US President Imposes Levy on Steel and Aluminium.”). Lastly, on September 5th, 2017, Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, announced that the ‘Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals’ program was being repealed. Sessions claimed that the DACA eligible individuals were lawbreakers who adversely impacted the wages and employment of native-born Americans (Smith). Sessions also attributed DACA as a leading cause behind the surge in unaccompanied minors coming to the United States from Central America. Regardless of whether the Trump administration’s decisions were correct, it’s legislative actions are negations of Obama’s implementation of the law.
The implementation of Barack Obama’s policies served as a thesis for this dialectical conflict. Donald Trump’s complete removal and replacement of Barack Obama’s policies will serve as an antithesis for this dialectic. Just like Socrates’ refutation and Caesar’s murder, Donald Trump’s complete removal and replacement of Barack Obama’s policies would be impossible if Barack Obama had initially failed to even implement the policies. Currently, the reality one is concerned with is still implicit because it has not been fully exteriorized yet. For reality to be exteriorized, the thesis needs to be fully negated by the antithesis. For example, currently, the Trump administration is having legal issues with the rescission of DACA as it is being challenged in court by fifteen different states. Once the Trump administration is able to completely repeal the actions of the Obama administration, the antithesis will have formed, and reality will become explicit and able to be actualized. If President Trump is able to fully repeal Obama’s policies, the general public should be able to realize that electing a president from the far Right directly after a president from the far Left will make no progress. The general public should understand, in order to make progress, they must elect a president that is able to serve as the synthesis for the dialectic. The general public must elect a president that is moderate, not democratic or republican. The reality one is concerned with here is of a presidency that is a synthesis of Barack Obama and Donald Trump.
If Donald Trump is successful in completely removing Barack Obama’s policies, according to Hegel’s dialectical method, what should result with the next presidency is a synthesis that removes the flaws from Obama’s policies while preserving the superior ideas. The process of ‘aufhebeng’ would sublate Obama’s superior ideas with the policies of Trump in order to form what should be a more sophisticated president. If Trump’s modifications to the Environmental Protection Agency results in an overall worsening of the United States’ environmental quality, then the original restrictions placed by Obama would be captured in the synthesis of the next president. Contrarily, if Trump’s repealing of DACA resulted in a lowering of unaccompanied minors coming to the United States from Central America, then Trump’s repeal of DACA would be captured in the synthesis of the next president. This careful analysis would be done for each legislative action taken by either president. Additionally, according to Hegel’s spiral evolution of higher thinking, the next president would serve as the thesis for another dialectical conflict. Through Hegel’s spiral evolution, one is able to eliminate less critical thinking, but must depend on an antithesis to exteriorize reality and actualize higher thinking. One is unable to conclude whether the action taken by the thesis is best serving the country until an antithesis is able to negate that action and exteriorize the implicit reality. The next presidency will be a synthesis of the past two only if President Trump is able to fully negate President Obama’s policies.
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