Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: A Question
From: email@example.com (Peter Ciulla Jr)
Date: 1990-05-03, 09:55
In article <10498@yunexus.UUCP> logan@yunexus.UUCP (Beryl Logan) writes:
> >that he forgot who it was, almost as if it didn't matter. Seems odd
> >that he forgot, first if he now knew the killer's identity, would he
> >be able to fall back to sleep so easily? And, as others have said,
> >why *could* it wait? (he wouldn't have forgotten something so
> >important if he stayed awake till morning). He seemed more excited
> >about the code in the dream than the killer's identity.
IMHO, Cooper said it could wait until morning because he had already forgotten.
Why is it so hard to believe that he couldn't recall that part of the dream?
For those that have seen SPELLBOUND, Gregory Peck's character had a masked man
in his dream who's identity was very important. Cooper should have known the
identity of the killer from the evidence he saw but couldn't figure it out
so his subconscious sends him this dream giving him further clues but still
holding back on the killer's identity.
Just because Laura (or her cousin) whispered the name to him doesn't mean
he ever knew it.
Peter Ciulla,Jr. GO METS!
peciulla GO RANGERS!
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