Double R. Major "Major General George S. Hammond" Briggs and his long-suffering wife do a bit more canoodling that we need to see, right there in a booth. At the counter, an on-shift Shelley "La Filmette" Johnson and paying customer Bobby "Ghost Dad" Briggs snuggle in a far more socially acceptable fashion. Bobby slams his hand on the counter and proudly proclaims, "I think we should get married." Shelley responds that she's still wearing Leo's ring, and Bobby volleys back, "Leo's probably up in the woods having the time of his life." Cut to a quick shot of Leo strung up in the woods, having something just south of the time of his life. Back in the Double R, Dr. "Dr. Hayden" Jacoby ushers Sarah "Gone In Sixty Seconds" Palmer in the front door, and they head toward the Major's table. Jacoby informs him, "Sarah here had a message for you she thought was important." They sit down at the table and Sarah, after breathing heavily for a moment, speaks in a low growly voice that is very, very, very much not her own, "I'm in the Black Lodge with Dale Cooper." A quick shot of the hallway in the Lodge accompanies the backwards-talking sound of The Little Man From Another Place telling us, "Time wasting for you." Small fry you don't even know the half of it.
Back in Black. Cooper and Tiny Tim bless us all, everyone, by returning to the seats they occupied during The Dream, TLMFAP finally looking directly at Cooper and speaking the backwards/forwards words, "When you see me again, it won't be me." Not cryptic enough for me, Mr. Lynch. Maybe next time you could have him speaking in backwards and in French. TLMFAP shifts in his seat and lets Cooper know, "This is the waiting room." Cooper looks around with that perplexed look of, "Well, then, where are the out-of-date Newsweeks heralding, "Ivan Boeski arrested on fraud charges," because, in reality, it's still only 1991.