Twin Peaks Usenet Archive


Subject: Re: MIKE and BOB
From: fi@whittaker.rice.edu (Fiona Oceanstar)
Date: 1990-11-05, 16:27
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

Doug writes:
> >  I wonder if Laura's death resulted from BOB possessing Laura's body, 
> >MIKE possessing Ronette's body, and Laura's body dying in the resultant 
> >train car fight?  The spirit of BOB lived on to occupy many souls in the 
> >Great Northern, including whoever shot Cooper.  BOB put the blue chemical
> >into Ronette's IV to suppress MIKE.

I've been thinking along these lines, too, but also wondering about the
"Bob requires a human host" possibly having the meaning that MIKE does
*not* require (necessarily) a human host.  Let's remember that Laura died
of blood loss from multiple shallow wounds.  Could it be that BOB was
indeed inside of Laura, and that MIKE was in a non-human host (the owls?
one owl?) attacking Laura?  Can someone else together with the scene of
Laura and the "Killer Bob" human being in the train car (Ronette's vision)
into any sort of coherent theory?

Another question: why is the blue chemical in Ronette's IV assumed to be
the same thing as in Girard's syringe?  I didn't see any blue fluid in
Girard's syringe--only a blue needle hub (common color for disposable needle
hubs), and besides, Haldol (haloperidol) is not blue in color.

								--Fiona O.


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