Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Finger Snapping
From: kenn@Apple.COM (Kenn Walker)
Date: 1990-04-21, 19:05
In article <19974@boulder.Colorado.EDU> scotth@newsigi.Colorado.EDU (Scott Henninger) writes:
> >I haven't seen it mentioned yet, but Cooper was snapping his fingers
> >after he declared he knew who the killer was.
I may be totally off on this (imagine that in THIS series), but I would
place the simple significance to the finger snapping of agent Cooper
(along with the music in the background, and the idea that the killer
could wait until the morning) as him wanting to get back into the dream.
After all, he was making out with the beutiful Laura before she told him
something (presumably the killers name).
The guy could have some hormones you know, and dreams are very real and
important to him.
-- "How can my employer be responsible for what I say, when he can't understand me in the first place???" (i.e. Standard Disclaimer) Kenneth E. Walker Apple Integrated Systems, Apple Computer, Inc.