Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: 01/12/91 - Questions & Comments
From: email@example.com (Jack Vinson)
Date: 1991-01-16, 09:00
In article <91014.131839ADMN8647@Ryerson.CA> ADMN8647@Ryerson.CA (Linda Birmingham) writes:
> > I too, am glad the Major has returned. The last scene with he and
> > his wife was quite touching (him stroking her hair and all) and the
> > way he said that things were not alright certainly leads one to
> > believe that Twin Peaks is heading for some serious trouble.
I loved this scene too. With Bobby actually sounding like he cared about his
father and talking to his mother like a human being right before. ~"Dad is
weird, but he has more going on upstairs than most folks." When the major
reappeared he told Bobby to put out his cigarette and he DID. Then asked for a
stiff martini which Bobby went to get. Different from the Bobby who needed a
smack to lose the cigaratte into mom's cake...
for some reason I just thought of "Time is out of joint." from Hamlet with
regards to things being not alright....
> >3. Where is Jerry Horne?
> > Ben certainly appears to have lost it, although he seems to be
> > regaining some of his deviousness with the enlistment of Bobby.
> > But where is Jerry? Ben could use his brother's help right
> > now more than anyone elses (and I could use a dose of Jerry's
> > insanity).
I too missed him this episode. His insanity seems to be more innocent than
Ben's or the other folks' in TP-land.
"All you need in life are Guts (balance?), Distance and Symmetry"
- Benjamin Horne
Jack Vinson firstname.lastname@example.org