Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Re: "...but sometimes my arms bend back"
From: (Paul Raveling)
Date: 1990-04-20, 09:05

In article <00935785.54E61C60@MAPLE.CIRCA.UFL.EDU>, (Nija/Pwcca/Manitou) writes:
> > In article <>, (Eli Posner) writes:
>> > >Everyone noticed the moosehead picture in Laura's room, right? It's just
>> > >Lynch bugging nitpickers again.
> >  
> >   What huh? Where was Laura's room? What moosehead picture? ...
> >   By the way, anyone else notice that in the Jack With One Eye, the
pool table
> > light had a BUNCH of deer antlers attached to it... and in the Pilot,
there was
> > a deers head on the table at the bank... interesting, these are also the only
> > two episodes directed by David Lynch...

	Maybe these are symbols of a little wildlife in the woods?
	The deer head was so blatantly conspicuous that it ought to
	have some significance.

	The antler chandelier wouldn't be too surprising for non-plot
	reasons.  There's a small company in Jackson Hole, Wyoming,
	that makes these, mainly using elk antlers.  They're popular
	enough to be a natural find in a woodsy western lodges and bars --
	or a place like the Jack.

Paul Raveling