Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Geography of Twin Peaks
From: slocum@hi-csc.UUCP (Brett Slocum)
Date: 1990-04-24, 12:48
In article <685@unicorn.WWU.EDU> n8949802@unicorn.WWU.EDU (nadja adolf) writes:
> >Well, other inconsistencies are
> >1) EXACTLY what state line can you walk across near the coast in Washington?
> > You could cross an international border, but not a state line.
How about the Washington/Oregon border? Both of these states are logging states,
and the area she walked into was very similar to the Washington scenes.
Does this even need to be a ocean coastline, though? All of the areas I've seen near
water are lakes and rivers. The Sound at biggest, maybe.
Even though my wife isn't interested in watching the series, I absolutely had to
show her the three scenes with Cooper: Tibetan baseball, A-L-B-E-R-T, and the
dream. She liked them a lot. She may even watch the show.
I missed the episode after the pilot. Anybody working on a plot synopsis of all
This is certainly one of the most intriguing shows on TV since The Prisoner.