Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Re: Diane hypothesis
From: ADMN8647@Ryerson.CA (Linda Birmingham)
Date: 1991-01-15, 13:09

In article <91015.132110ACPS7035@Ryerson.CA>, Sean Edward Blenkhorn
> >
> >The ideas that a group of friends and I came up with is that Diane is the
> >woman that Cooper fell in love with and he was suppose to protect.  When she
> >was killed he snapped and goes around with the pocket recorder talking to
> >Diane.

Great idea, but Cooper keeps thanking Diane for doing things, ie. in
the last episode he thanked her for placing the chess response in the
paper and earlier he asked her to send him ear plugs and thanked her
when they arrived.

People who travel extensively often use the dicta machine as
a diary and then send the tapes to the secretary for transcription.
Also, a mutual admiration between boss/secretary often can develop that
has nothing to do with sexual or emotional desire, which I think
can be heard when Cooper is dictating.

If Diane ever quits I'm sending my resume - I'd love that job.

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