5 Plot Threads Left Dangling in Twin Peaks: The Return
In a recent interview, David Lynch stated: “What matters is what you believe happened. Many things in life just happen and we have to come to our own conclusions”.
This is probably the reason why many sub-journeys throughout the main journey never got a closure or resolution in a proper sense. None of us actually expected a linear, tied-up plot… and, in fact, we didn’t get one. As unfulfilling as it seems, it’s up to us to fill in the gaps. In other words, unless we see either a fourth season or bonus material in the newly-announced box set, our favorite characters’ fates are to be solely imagined.
What happened to Audrey? What about Steven and Becky? And what about Shelley’s relationship with Red? Here are 5 sub-plots we never got to see resolved.
1 – WHERE IS AUDREY?
After her “dreamy” dance in episode 16, we briefly see a shocked Audrey in front of a mirror, with no make-up on, in a bright white room. Where she is or what happened to her is unknown.
2 – WHO IS LINDA?
An unseen character named Linda is briefly mentioned in episode 6. We know that she lives at the New Fat Trout Trailer Park and she is in a wheelchair. Nothing else is known about her. Whether she is somehow related to the now-famous Fireman’s warning, we’ll never find out.
3 – WHO IS THE “119” WOMAN?
She lives in Vegas. Her only line is “119!”. She’s a drug addict mother of one. What’s her role in the story? Is she Lodge-related? No explanations were given.
4 – WHAT HAPPENED TO BECKY?
Last time we saw her, she had just discovered her husband Steven cheating. A few episodes later, Steven is crying in the woods, holding a gun. Gersten Hayward is trying to reassure him. It is implied that either Becky committed suicide or she was shot by her husband.
5 – WHAT ABOUT SHELLEY AND RED?
Having divorced Bobby, Shelley is now in a relationship with Red, a shady drug dealer, and magician. Besides a tender kiss, no further development was provided for their storyline.
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