It’s a scene that involves an unfortunately gratuitous bit of nudity from a stereotypically model-esque female (who’s also the season’s most prominent black character so far), but it also includes a bit of visual wit that, despite its shoulder-shrugging self-congratulation, introduces Agent Cooper’s alter ego: a blanked-out, robotic version of himself.
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Their reunion is suffused with great warmth; Cole and Denise, who is transgender (and played, as in the original series, by David Duchovny), reminisce frankly of their earlier days together and the time when she was transitioning.
Here, Lynch gives himself the best line in the whole series so far, regarding transphobic agents: “When you became Denise, I told all your colleagues, those clown comics, to fix their hearts or die.”But, above all, Cole, who is both profound and abstracted, fiercely in the moment but a little out of date, rushing against time with a very deliberate and pensive pace, embodies Lynch’s own primal cinematic pleasure in watching himself think.
In an interview with People Babies, her mother revealed that she is strict with her daughters in 2015.
However, Lori seems to have changed the way of handling children now as the girls are enjoying enough freedom and openly sharing their love life.
The lovebirds also shared that they have been dating since the August of last year.