Twin Peaks Usenet Archive


Subject: Re: Twins
From: bgingric@Intrepid.ECE.UKans.EDU (Barry Gingrich)
Date: 1990-05-09, 18:43
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

In article <9818@yoda.chips.com> bmay@yoda.UUCP () writes:
> >In article  rlr@toccata.rutgers.edu (Rich Rosen) writes:

>> >>[...] Someone already mentioned that figurines on Ed and
>> >>Nadine's shelf (?) included a one-eyed and a one-armed figure.  (True?)

> >I agree with other posters who saw a figurine of a woman with an eye
> >patch but *not* a one-armed man.  

Correct.  There is no one-armed man figurine.  But I *did* see a one-armed 
*figurine* the first time...so, in the name of science (and to put off 
studying for my philosophy final for a bit), I went back to the videotape 
and took another look.

I found nine figurines, starting from the left of the shelf as the
camera panned from left to right:

1:  One-armed Southern Belle.  Right arm is missing.
2:  Blonde girl.
3:  Cat-like (?) figurine holding a red flower.
4:  Boot
5:  Ballerina
6:  Frontier woman with eye-patch over right eye (As bmay said, Nadine's
    own patch is on her left eye).
7:  Seated brown-haired man figurine.
8:  Angel with one black wing, one white wing guarding (?) two children.
    The angel's right wing is black, the left is white.
9:  The new piece...just what *is* that thing?  (Somehow, I get the 
    feeling that Big Ed was thinking the same thing...)

Corrections by people with better eyes and better TVs are welcome...
-- - Barry gingrich%tisl@kuhub.cc.ukans.edu OR bgingric@Intrepid.ECE.UKans.EDU


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