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EVERY BIT OF IT!
I know that's right, Entwife!
I think this is the episode Siomon Baker wrote and directed. He is very intelligent! He should do more! He gives more information then the rest of the writer's and he ties up loose ends! Simon have a talk with Heller! Thanks!
If they don't cross-reference it, we sure will lol !
In some ways this show reminds me of a night time soap opra!
I think when he drank the tea again, he was trying to see his wife.
I think they will come back to this episode or cross link it some kind of way. There is too much information in it.
I love this episode, too. Heartachingly poignant, and it has so much to say. And it's just plain fun to try and decode the symbolism. Even if it does make my brain smoke and feel like I'm looking through syrup.
This is why I loved this episode sooooo much! It has so many layers to it!
See Entwife, that's why we need to get the think tank going, because this is some crazy mess that is going to drive me nuts!
Van Pelt is like a bad dude gauge, a needle pointing to dirty, no good men. I wonder if she will shoot Rigsby? Never mind, I'm going to take her gun away!
There you go! The maid did say that. And Jane immediately gave the claw to Rigsby. Well-spotted, @anitraward1!
I think he must be telling himself that the warning of the claw would be about Rigsby, or as you say points to Rigsby.
The maid said, it will help you find out who did this. He then gave the claw to Rigsby.
I kinda take that back about Jane warning Rigsby with the claw. I believe all symbols in a dream are a part of the dreamer. A warning to Rigsby in that context really doesn't make much sense.
I think in giving him the claw, it points to Rigsby.
Jane may be unconsciously picking up the correlations of the choice of boyfriends that Van Pelt picks. He just has not put his finger on it yet.
Could it also be that, since he gave the claw to Rigsby, Jane is trying to warn Rigsby that he needs to be careful, that Rigsby is in danger?
I think now for Jane it is only about revenge. But you are also right in saying that Red John won't leave him alone until he does finally kill him. You all were talking about the Episode War of the Roses and this is a direct link to how Lisbon feels about Jane. I'll get into that later. I watched that episode many times and can explain all of it!
To see the claws in your dream, signifies feelings of vulnerability and/or hostility. You feel a need to defend or protect yourself or your surroundings. You also need to be careful with your words and actions. And he gave the claw to Rigsby why????????? Cause it's him!
Okay, so I can see why you're saying Jane's subconscious may be trying to tell him something about Rigsby, that Rigsby is the one with the eagle's claw, and Jane has no clue, even in his subconscious what he's sensing about Rigsby.
Sorry, @anitraward1, I have to review and process this chunk by chunk.
Yes, so the gray color of the rabbit signifies sadness, depression that can be overcome by growth. As an ally, this rabbit was found in the female principle (Lisbon). He had to overcome his fear to open it and find the rabbit which he first tried to possess. When he escaped and he just followed it, it led him to his daughter whose basic message was that he loves Lisbon and should be with her and that he should not view his need for revenge on RJ as anything that would matter to Charlotte or Angela. This would make his quest to destroy Red John his personal revenge only. Personally I feel he has no choice but to see RJ killed because Red John is a psychotic killer, will never let Jane rest or have peace or ultimately his actual life. He will be driven to destroy Jane in the end.
Is it possible that Jane has been picking up subconscious clues about Risby?
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