Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Argh!
From: sl@van-bc.UUCP (Stuart Lynne)
Date: 1990-04-18, 01:14
In article <0KSH6VP@xavier.swarthmore.edu> firstname.lastname@example.org (Lord Tattersall) writes:
> >(2) WHAT? What was Leo doing slicing up that football just before
> >Shelley got home (and who but David Lynch would include a scene of a
> >psycho slicing up a football with a kitchen knife)? Someone suggested
> >that Leo was trying to hide something in it, but then realized that once
> >a football's been sliced open, it's probably not a very good hiding
--- spoiler -----
In this week's episode it's pretty obvious that Leo is aware of what Bobby
is doing to his wife.
There is a secret meeting in the woods with some pretty veiled threats by
Leo to "take care of it". He ends by suggesting that Bobby go "out for a
pass" while he waves a shotgun at him. When Bobby and his friend arrive back
at their car there is a miniature football on the hood.
So the sliced up football would seem to be a token of Leo's affection for
Bobby. I guess he's just waiting for Bobby to fork over the last $10,000
before killing him.
-- Stuart.Lynne@wimsey.bc.ca ubc-cs!van-bc!sl 604-937-7532(voice) 604-939-4768(fax)