Twin Peaks Usenet Archive


Subject: Re: necklaces
From: bmurphy@PEDEV.Columbia.NCR.COM (Bill Murphy)
Date: 1990-04-17, 07:25
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

In article <13523@thorin.cs.unc.edu> palmerd@johnson.cs.unc.edu (Daniel Palmer) writes:
> >buried it in the woods.  At the very end of the pilot, (the credits
> >were on the screen), someone, who we cannot see, unearths the
> >buried half.  Next epsiode the shrink has half in his possession.
> >The assumption is that he is the one who took the buried one
>from the woods.  This way we'd still have 1 whole necklace. But 

I didn't think about it before reading this posting, but the shrink 
could easily have come into possession of the necklace if it was found
by the log lady.  She could easily be one of his patients and he could
have persuaded her to give it to him.  Also why did the deputy go to the
trouble to follow the doc down to the morgue entrance and then investigate
no further?  Questions, questions, questions!

I would also agree that this is the best thing I've seen on tv in some time
(along with the Simpson's) which means its almost certain to have a short
life.

-Bill Murphy


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