Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Here we go with installment 4
From: email@example.com (Rich Rosen)
Date: 1990-04-28, 07:27
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com (Brian Roddy)
> > J, R and the secret society seem to throw off the evil sheriff theory for
> > good.
Don't count your chiclets. It occurred to me that it was kind of odd for a
member of the police to have to be part of a "secret society" to fight crime.
I mean, an eccentric millionaire with an obsession about his murdered parents,
him I could see going undercover and being a crimefighter in secret. But isn't
it a little redundant (and maybe counterproductive) for a policeman to do so?
What I was thinking was that the motivation for this society was not as
beneficent as it seemed. Perhaps there are competing secret societies, the
Bookhouse Boys being one, and another one being comprised of people like Leo,
Bobby, Mike, Jacques and his brother (Frere Jacques, Frere Jacques, dormez
vous?...) [PARDON MY FRENCH] Each might see the other as a great evil. Each
might be competing with the other, even in such areas as drugrunning. Hmmm...
"Fate, up against your will, through the thick and thin,
You will wait until you give yourself to him..."
Rich Rosen firstname.lastname@example.org