Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Re: Cooper and Horne, Catherine
From: c2h5oh@ucscb.UCSC.EDU (Idealistic Bibliomystic)
Date: 1990-11-04, 01:37

In article <> starpath@bookworm.MIT.EDU (David E Hollingsworth) writes:
> >While I certainly wouldn't want to deny that possibility, (in fact, I bet it's
> >true), I still have some hope that Lynch thought that the audience was sufficently
> >primed for a 'little' joke.  The joke in this case being that it is OBVIOUS that he
> >was Catherine in disguise, while the outcome could be that it is simply not true.

Just what I was wondering myself. Was the scene with Pete and
(possibly) Catherine an in-joke we were *supposed* to get or not?
It seemed too obvious to be true. Lynch is one devious guy.

The scene with Josie, Ben and the keys was the *first* time I've
liked that character in the whole show. Josie, I mean. I still don't
like Ben. But that really cracked me up.

-- | "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."