Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Why was the FBI called in the first place?
From: email@example.com (R o d Johnson)
Date: 1991-04-12, 21:16
In article <6259@male.EBay.Sun.COM> fins@radgumbo.Corp.Sun.COM (Richard Schiavi) writes:
> >After some pondering I was wondering why was the FBI called into
> >the murder investigation in the first place?? Or was something else
> >going on that I don't remember.
Because Ronette Pulaski crossed the state line, and then because the
murder connected (via the letter under the fingernail) to a case that
the FBI was already in on.
> >Also, does anyone else out there wonder why most if not all of the FBI agents
> >on the show are always very strange?
Ever met an FBI agent? 'Nuff said. ;)
> >There's no good old Harry S in the FBI,
> >only Coop, who is not your average Joe, the Denise/Dennis thing,
-not a "thing";
-not an FBI agent.
> >has his moments, and then this new guy with the wierd hearing thang,
"This new guy" is hardly new.
> >and of course our token psycho Mr Earle.
> >I may have even missed some! I wonder what our men and women in the
> >Bureau think about it.
They probably think it's "weird" and watch Cheers instead, like most
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