Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: necklaces
From: email@example.com (Cisco's Buddy)
Date: 1990-04-28, 02:04
In article <2282@media-lab.MEDIA.MIT.EDU>, adamk@media-lab.MEDIA.MIT.EDU (Adam Kao) writes...
} In article <13300@csli.Stanford.EDU> firstname.lastname@example.org (Ann Podlozny) writes:
}} ... could someone with a vcr please check and see who gave the heart
}} to whom...I distinctly remember Laura giving it to James. She was so
}} 'happy' because she realized that James really did love her. And I
}} thought that she took out the necklace, broke it in half and gave
}} half to him.
} "James, do you know why I'm so happy?"
} "Because your skin's so soft and you smell so good?"
} "No, silly! Because now I believe you really love me . . ."
} Then we see the heart, in Laura's hands. She breaks it and gives
} James half, keeping the chain.
} My understanding of this scene was that, before the dialog, James gave
} the necklace to Laura.
This is correct. I reviewed the entire show so far, and when Donna meets
with James towards the end of the pilot movie, she specifically refers
to the necklace as one that James had given to Laura. Laura later broke
the heart in two and gave one half back to James.
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