Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Bobby and Donna...
From: (S. A. Wilson)
Date: 1990-11-11, 01:14


Now, how come Bobby and Donna seemed to be affected, and seemed
so dipressed at the end. Was Donna intuned to Maddie's attack,
or was she saddened because of Harold. How come of all the people
was Bobby affected emotionally. He seemed truly saddened by something,
as if he to sensed Maddie's attack. Bobby has to be the most intriguing
character: one moment he seems honestly sensitive, and the next he
is a complete bastard. At Laura's funeral I felt that his little
speech was truly from the heart, then he acted like a jerk; I believe
that he truly was affected by his father's speech, but then he
seemed to care more about the money from leo's insurance than
Shelley; last week and tonight he was a complete dick with Shelley,
but then he seemed to be more perceptive than sweet James, who
did not appear to be affected. Bobby seems to be the proverbial
sinner, who down deep is quite sensitive, constantly moving back
and forth between the evil and the good. Almost a Dostoevskian figure.

Well--So we see Mike, Bobby's friend. But when will the dwarf return?

#Life doesn't end--it just falls        # Sally A. Wilson	   #
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