Dougie Jones is a parody*, a lashing out at the audience for expecting the expected. It's not a malicious swipe, but one that almost reflects what Jones does in the series. As he guides people to a 'better life', so does Frost/Lynch in showing you the other side of Twin Peaks. *A parody of Dale Cooper, he drinks coffee, eats pie and is weird. Distilled down into a watery paste of a character, that's what you wanted, that's what you'll get.
The upside is, his story is wonderful, endearing and harks back to old style American slapstick comedy.
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From the series PERSONA, Untitled - Closeup (Roman Woman, Queen’s Grove) @chateauversailles "Things don’t have significance: they only have existence. Things are the only hidden meaning of things." FERNANDO PESSOA. The keeper of sheep (1925).