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

6:3 – No Gene Kelly

Cut to FBI Agent Albert Rosenfield (Miguel Ferrer) driving through pouring rain at night. He is in an inner city area. He thanks Gordon Cole (David Lynch) sarcastically, given that he has to endure evident discomfort while the deputy director is at home or in bed somewhere. Cole, it transpires, is on the phone and … Continue reading 6:3 – No Gene Kelly

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