Twin Peaks Usenet Archive


Subject: Re: 4/4
From: edrury@3cpu.UUCP (Ed Drury)
Date: 1991-04-15, 23:57
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks
Reply-to: edrury@.UUCP (Ed Drury)

In article <9885@mentor.cc.purdue.edu> russelrd@mentor.cc.purdue.edu (MattBrockman) writes:
> >In article <1991Apr8.174636.10692@odin.corp.sgi.com> charles@bravo.corp.sgi.com (Charles Eischen) writes:
>> >>Harry to Cooper: "So, how long have you been in love with her?"
>> >>
>> >>Does anyone remember when Cooper first saw Josie and Truman together
>> >>he said, "So, how long have you been in love with her?"  First show,
>> >>second???????
> >
> >Yes! I thought this was a great throw-back.
> >
> >I was just waiting for Truman: "Body language."
> >or Cooper: "Geeze Louise."
 
  Actually, I think we got it. Coopers' body language is a little hard to
read due to his perfect posture (?). He's head is always (usually?) held
high, he makes eye contact with everyone and his movements are almost robotic,
esp. when he submits a "thumbs up" or interjects a "I understand" by raising
his palm in something that reminds me of a boy scout salute.

 What Truman said was something like , "you tried to tell her a joke" , which
for Cooper was an obvious sign he wasn't in complete controll of himself. He
was acting like a school boy. 

 Cooper comes back with a grin and a giggle (school boy like), "I did didn't
I". That for Cooper was a "Geeze Louise". Next to "Aces" it was about his
corniest of corny lines.

 It was great full circle kinda thing. Let's just hope we don't get Pete 
saying "wraped in plastic " about Anne.

> >
> >-Matt

        Ed


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