7:6 – The whistler

FBI Deputy Director Gordon Cole - played fittingly by David Lynch himself - is no ordinary man. Though he wears hearing aids of a kookily unsubtle variety to make up for his impaired hearing, his other perceptive abilities are advanced. He has a level of intuition even surpassing Agent Cooper's; and a susceptibility to psychic … Continue reading 7:6 – The whistler

5:16 – Cooper’s prints

Agent Tammy Preston (Chrysta Bell) sits in an office looking over the prints lifted from Mr. C (Kyle MacLachlan). She holds a photo of Dale Cooper circa 1990. Young. Fresh faced. He looks determined. It is as though she is trying to get a read on the man from this piece of archival evidence. What's … Continue reading 5:16 – Cooper’s prints

4:4 – The chief of staff

Deputy Director Gordon Cole (David Lynch) is ushered into the office of the FBI Chief of Staff by a man named Bill Kennedy (Richard Chamberlain) - the second inconsequential Bill of Part 4. Cole sits and waits for his appointment and his gaze falls to the chair beside him, where a bouquet of flowers is … Continue reading 4:4 – The chief of staff

3:15 – Kafkaesque

Kafkaesque (adjective) - characteristic or reminiscent of the oppressive or nightmarish qualities of Franz Kafka's fictional world. e.g. "a Kafkaesque bureaucratic office" FBI Headquarters, Philadelphia, PA FBI Deputy Director Gordon Cole (David Lynch) sits in on a meeting with Agent Albert Rosenfield (Miguel Ferrer). Albert is presenting information on an ongoing case. Among the other … Continue reading 3:15 – Kafkaesque