Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Re: We are all missing the obvious
From: (Wayne Mesard)
Date: 1990-04-21, 21:08
Reply-to: (Wayne Mesard)

gejohann@uokmax.uucp (Gene Edward Johannsen) writes:
> >He said, "She's dead."
> >
> >Not: "It's a dead body" or "Someone was murdered" but, "She's dead."
> >Anyway, Ol' Pete has jumped to the top of my lists of suspects.

I still think his words are more easily explained by assuming that he
was in shock at the time.

> >How did the fish get in the coffee?  Did he suddenly get nervous when the 
> >police showed up on his doorstep and accidentally drop it in there?

The comment he made in Catherine's bedroom seemed to imply that he
thought she put it there (as a prank?).  At any rate, if he did it out
of nervousness, he certainly wouldn't tell the cops about it, thus
betraying that nervousness.

Wayne("Pete for Saint.");