Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Jacoby
Date: 1990-05-06, 16:26


In the 'summary of what's happened so far' bit at the beginning of episode 4
(the last one), there is a shot of the hand digging up the necklace, and an
immediate cut to Jacoby holding the necklace in his office.  I take this as
confirmation that Jacoby is indeed the one who dug up the necklace, in case
there was still any serious doubt on the subject.  Of course, since the
necklace was given *to Laura* by what's-his-face (suddenly blanked on the
name), rather than to him by her, one might wonder why it is that it has such
great significance for the doctor.

My favorite quote from the last episode:
"Doctor, were Laura's problems of a sexual nature?"
"Gentlemen, the problems of our ENTIRE SOCIETY are of a sexual nature!"
Andy Perry; Swarthmore College OR AWP92@swarthmr

We look before and after,                  Only in silence, the word;
We pine for what is not.                   Only in darkness, light;
Our sincerest laughter                     Only in dying, life --
With some pain is fraught.                 Bright the hawk's flight
-- Horace Rumpole (no doubt                  on the empty sky.
   quoting someone else...)                -- Ursula K. LeGuin