Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Re: Wait here
From: c2h5oh@ucscb.UCSC.EDU (Idealistic Bibliomystic)
Date: 1990-11-03, 00:19

In article <1990Oct28.171523.1093@murdoch.acc.Virginia.EDU> dmm0t@hudson.acc.Virginia.EDU (Dave Meyer) writes:
> >
> >When Truman foils Cooper's plan to keep him out of what's going on,
> >they've got a second problem.  What they're doing at OEJ's is
> >breaking and entering, which is certainly illegal.  The reason
> >for not telling Hawk is not that they don't trust him, but that
> >they don't want to get him involved in anything illegal.

Well, they sure blew that one, didn't they.

I've been really surprised to see no discussion of this...perhaps
people are so used to random violence in media they haven't really
thought about it. What are the implications of what Hawk did? He
presuambly killed that man - it was not in the line of duty and
his being there in the first place is almost certainly illegal.
And of course, this will open up the whole can of worms of
what the hell Truman and Cooper were doing there illegally.
How are they going to deal with this? They could all lie to
cover up for each other, but I can't see them doing that.
And *was* Hawk justified in killing that man?

Incidentally, we saw a certain resemblence between Hawk's
appearance and Maddy's vision of BOB in the living room.
But then, we're starting to see things everywhere....
-- | "She sat very upright...and read to her grand- | mother about a cat who ate a rat and afterwards, | feeling replete, no doubt, sat upon a mat."