Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: RE:TWIN PEAKS
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Cisco's Buddy)
Date: 1990-04-22, 23:57
In article <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org (randall w wachtel) writes...
[Really Yogesh Kavita]
} Why is there a struggle for power at the wood-mill between the old
} woman(darn, what's her name?) and the oriental chick? Does it have
} to do anything with Laura Palmer or is it just a power struggle?
Just a power struggle. The impression I got was that the mill had been
in the Packard family for generations, and that Katherine Packard
expected to inherit the mill when her brother died (and does anyone
else suspect that she -- and maybe Ben Horne -- killed her brother, or
at least had him killed?). Much to her chagrin, the brother left it
to his wife, Josie (the "oriental chick"). Katherine was muy pissed off
about that, and has been fighting Josie ever since.
} By the way, I am having the same problem of overworking my vcr trying to
} keep up with cheers and twin peaks at the same time. Common sense suggests
} that you tape cheers for half-hour and save some tape.
Nah. Common sense is that you tape TWIN PEAKS, since that's the one you're
going to want to watch over and over again. But then, I don't have this
problem -- I don't watch CHEERS in the first place.
-- "How different in my native willage. Soft music. Wiolins. The happy people sitting on their balalaikas, playing their samovars." --- jayembee (Jerry Boyajian, DEC, "The Mill", Maynard, MA) UUCP: ...!decwrl!ruby.enet.dec.com!boyajian ARPA: boyajian%ruby.DEC@DECWRL.DEC.COM