Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: "O" or "D"
From: timr@sco.COM (Bad Hurts Value)
Date: 1990-11-16, 16:39
Reply-to: firstname.lastname@example.org (Harold Allen Smithee)
In article <email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Daniel Pearl) writes:
> >In article <10372@ur-cc.UUCP> email@example.com (Chris Coleman's girlfriend) writes:
>> >>My friends and I were debating the same thing..whether the letter under
>> >>Maddy's fingernail was an "O" or a "D"..while the net consenus is an "O", we
>> >>went through the scene in slowmotion and frame by frame on the VCR a
>> >>couple of times and the letter is a "D". Only our humble opinion,
>> >>however.Can anybody else confirm it?
> >When the letter first appeared, it seemed as though it was a "D", but
> >several frames later, the letter appeared to be an "O".
My first reaction was also that it was a "D". In reviewing the tape
in real time, it still looks like a "D" to me, but my freeze frame
was too grainy to confirm one way or another.
> >I figure the paper was a little bent in the middle. When first seen,
> >we see the left side of the paper more edge-on than the right side,
> >yielding the phantom "D" effect...
i'll buy this, simply becuase i don't want to believe that BOB is
spelling out a personalized license plate.
also, with regards to the ``Where, then, is the missing "E"?''
question, my first thought was of Jacques. But then how would
Albert have missed the letter? (given that Leland/Leland didn't
have motive or opportunity to do it, but maybe BOB/? did).
and the fact that it's the wedding ring finger and always with
females seems significant--maybe there's been another murder/
battery in some other part of the state (or Canada) that's yet
to be revealed?
-- And nothing ever happens Nothing happens at all The needle returns to the start of the song and we all sing along like before, and we'll all be lonely tonight and lonely tomorrow --Del Amitri