Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: RE:TWIN PEAKS
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (randall w wachtel)
Date: 1990-04-17, 13:08
This is Yogesh Kavita. I am using my friend, Randy's account to use the
news board. So any reference or reply or comment should be made to me. I
don't want to get my friend in trouble.
Regarding Twin-Peaks, I agree that the second episode was not as good as
the first, and the commercials sure did take some interest out of me. But it
still is a good show. I was very impressed with the first episode, and now I
am hooked. I just hope it doesn't become too confusing.
An untouched subject: Why is there a struggle for power at the wood-mill
between the old woman(darn, what's her name?) and the oriental chick? Does
it have to do anything with Laura Palmer or is it just a power struggle? I
remember the quarrel between the two when the younger woman wanted to close the
mill on account of Laura's death, and the older one fought not to. I remember
the older woman saying "It's time we gave her some real trouble (or something
like that)". And why is the sheriff not seeing her(the younger one, I promise
to get the names next time) in public? What is he afraid of?
By the way, I am having the same problem of overworking my vcr trying to
keep up with cheers and twin peaks at the same time. Common sense suggests
that you tape cheers for half-hour and save some tape. Watch it later for just
half-hour(or less if you skip the commercials) instead of taping twin-peaks for
a full hour. But that poses another, lets say, for me at least, a problem.
Sometimes twin-peaks becomes confusing, or I miss a line or a clue while watch-
ing it. You can go back and watch it again if you tape it. Guess you can't
win 'em all.
The Ohio State University.