Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Re: "There are owls gathering at the roadhouse..."
From: (Brett J. Vickers)
Date: 1990-11-15, 12:47

In article <16016@bfmny0.BFM.COM> tneff@bfmny0.BFM.COM (Tom Neff) writes:

>> >>Margaret says, "The owls are at the roadhouse."  As far as I'm concerned,
>> >>this doesn't mean any ordinary inhabitant of the town of Twin Peaks,
>> >>such as Bobby, Donna, or James, but a special guest appearance of the
>> >>owls, the spiritual guardians of the woods.

> >The problem with this is that Sen~or Droolcup actually *is* an ordinary
> >inhabitant of Twin Peaks, just like Bobby or Donna.

Don't forget that Leland is just an "ordinary inhabitant of Twin Peaks"
too, yet BOB inhabits him.  My guess is that Droolcup is a host for
the giant who is an owl.

Anyone notice how there's always a bright spotlight on the "owls" and
the people they're interacting with?  This has been the case with
both BOB and the giant.

"Sometimes my arms bend back"