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Subject: Re: Biggest inconsistency yet
From: conrad@sun.udel.edu (Jon Conrad)
Date: 1990-05-10, 12:37
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

In article <1131@bullwinkle.UUCP> chris@toontown.UUCP (Chris Andersen (The Dangerous Guy)) writes:

> >No, no, you misunderstood: I suggested that a day passed between the first
> >time that Bobby was questioned and the fight at the Roadhouse (not between
> >the fight and the conversation in jail).  It was at this time that Bobby
> >probably got the first $10,000 to Leo (perhaps at the Roadhouse?)

Even so, no.  Can't be.  Look at the chronology that some helpful
soul (not I) posted this week, or look at the tapes again with greater
care.  Everything on the two-hour film pilot happened on the same day
(Friday).  There is just no way around it.  There was no "lapse of a
day"; the dates and events preclude it.

This gives us an almost equally big problem.  How does Cooper get to
TP city limits by 11:30 am Friday, when the FBI wasn't called in
till after Ronette turned up, having been missed and looked for?  Ok,
we can make up scenarios to get around it; but it's real close timing.

Jon


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