Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Letter R and other stupid ideas
From: gary@@oak.circa.ufl.edu (Nija/Pwcca/Manitou)
Date: 1990-04-20, 01:06
In article <772@Intrepid.ECE.UKans.EDU>, bgingric@Intrepid.ECE.UKans.EDU (Barry Gingrich) writes:
> >In article <1990Apr18.firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com (Eli Posner) writes:
>> >>5) Why isn't anyone here talking about Audrey Horne and her brother? She
>> >>is pretty damn important. She knows alot. How else would she know that
>> >>laura was found 'face down'?
> >Well, I don't think it's that important. I think she was just making
> >it sound more interesting for her audience. Sounds more dramatic, don't
> >you think? And she was going for a dramatic effect.
> >Also, just because we don't see it on the screen doesn't mean it
> >doesn't happen in the story. She could have heard from several folk.
> >News travels fast in a small town.
I doubt that. This is a David Lynch story, not typical cheap TV. He's pretty
damn careful about details like that, plus there are some other clues to throw
suspicion on her, such as her reaction upon hearing of Laura's death at school.
And tonight's episode makes me suspect that she either did it, or saw who did
it, or has some other knowledge of Laura's death...
firstname.lastname@example.org : Internet
There was a beat-up VW van with a "Just Say Sho' To Drugs" bumper sticker
parked next to my ultra-cool black '65 Stingray Corvette with sheepskin seat
covers. I promptly planted a kilo of C-4 underneath its gas tank and once back
on University Avenue, detonated it, reducing the van and everything nearby into
a pile of charred scrap. Nobody parks piece-of-shit cars next to my wheels.