Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Biggest inconsistency yet
From: podlozny@csli.Stanford.EDU (Ann Podlozny)
Date: 1990-04-17, 16:48
Reply-to: email@example.com (Ann Podlozny)
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com (Jon Conrad) writes:
> >On day 1, Bobby and Mike are sitting in jail, talking about the $20,000
> >they have to give to Leo (the trucker). They have a problem because
> >Bobby gave half of it (he says) to Laura for safekeeping and now the
> >police have it. But the other half, he says, he gave to Leo "last
> >Well, last night Leo was supposedly in Butte, Montana! Shelley sure
> >thought so when Bobby drove her home after breakfast at the diner this
> >morning. And Bobby sure acted surprised and dismayed to find Leo
> >around. (And he had "called her from Butte" the night before.) It
> >indeed was not in his interest to get caught there by Leo, yet he knew
> >he was around, having given him money the night before.
maybe Bobby met with Leo that night but thought that he (Leo) would
be leaving town after their rendezvous...or perhaps he never
gave the money to Leo at all...I assume there's no way his friend
would know if Leo were around or not so Bobby could easly lie...
so then who has the $10,000?
what I can't quite remember is whether Leo had been gone for a while
(hadn't Bobby and Shelley been having their little "meeting" every
morning for at least a few days? or is this just my faulty memory)
I can't believe I don't have a vcr.
please excuse excessive speculation and correct any mistakes...