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Subject: Re: Audrey's reaction when Laura's death was announced
From: tim@hoptoad.uucp (Tim Maroney)
Date: 1990-04-21, 16:41
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks
Reply-to: tim@hoptoad.UUCP (Tim Maroney)

In article <1990Apr20.132053.15789@cs.umn.edu> wytten@cs.umn.edu (Dale Wyttenbach) writes:
> >Back in the pilot, when Laura's death was announced in class, Audrey
> >didn't seem surprised.

Audrey is rather emotionally detached from anything that doesn't result
from her own actions.  If she's had anything to do with the murder, her
reaction would have been more like her reaction to the Norwegians leaving.

> >As I recall she and James Hurley exchanged 
> >glances a couple times.  (I think it was Hurley).

Nope, Donna and James.

> >I don't think Audrey was directly involved, but maybe she witnessed
> >something?

Very doubtful.
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