Twin Peaks Usenet Archive


Subject: Re: 1-12-1991 ***> SPOILERS, more than likely
From: dr3f+@andrew.cmu.edu (Douglas E. Roesch)
Date: 1991-01-15, 14:39
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

> >Hmmm... I'm not quite sure what to think of this one. There were some 
> >good moments, a few okay, par-for-the-course moments, and more than a few 
> >incredibly stupid moments.

Regrettably, I've come to the conclusion that with TP you've got to take
the bad with the good.  The show has its ups and downs, that's for sure.
 For every brilliant sequence it's given us, there have been six or
seven sequences that never should have made it into the script.  I've
also come to the conclusion that different people adore the show for
different reasons, so it's pretty difficult to say definitively which
moments are enjoyable and which are crap.  But I know I have my list ...

> >Audrey- did she kiss him and say "thank you" because she was thrilled 
> >that there were "female agents," or because (at least as far as she was 

I think so.  Here comes our first spinoff TV series: "Audrey Horne:
Special Agent Spy Babe".  A Mata Hari for the 90's.

> >So Major Briggs is back. Was it just me, or did the outfit he had on make 
> >him look like the silouhette we saw in 12/8? And everything, 
> >unfortunately, is not all right. 
> >The military evidently knows as well as the Giant that the owls are not 
> >what they seem - perhaps broadcasting stations for the White Lodge? 

Yeah, personally that spooked the crap out of me.  Hypothesis: Briggs
was in BOB's world, wherever that is, somewhere across space/time.  Not
a nice trip either, I think.  And not intentional.

> >You know, they are still showing the Homecoming Queen picture of Laura at 
> >the end of the episodes - why are they still doing this? The Laura Palmer 
> >storyline is dead (uh, sorry, bad pun) and finished. But I just realized 
> >something: It is what every further TP plotline will be judged against. 

I don't think we're done with Laura Palmer OR Bob yet.  Or Leland.

- DER


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