Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Finley's Fine Twine
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Archer Sully)
Date: 1990-05-08, 09:54
In article <email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Charles Hawkins Mingo) writes:
> >Hi There,
> > With all this analyses of various minor details (e.g. significance
> >of color red, favorite brands of gum, etc), I'm surprised that noone has
> >pondered why Agent Cooper asked Deputy Andy to purchase a roll of twine
> >before Cooper visits the vet above the convenience store. Later, Andy gives
> >Cooper a roll of Finley's Fine Twine (fine=thin or fine=quality ?), but
> >Coop doesn't do anything with it. Why? I predict the roll of twine will
> >turn up this week.
There are two (extremely obvious) reasons for the twine. First, Cooper
obviously wanted to see what kind of twine was sold at the convienence
store. He already knew that Finley's Fine Twine was used to tie up Laura.
Second, the twine was used to bundle up the files from the vet's office.
Archer Sully | I'm 27 years old. That's 54 in Nerd Years
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