Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Re: Opinions and comments on 5/10 episode
From: (George Ferguson)
Date: 1990-05-11, 10:12

In article <7272@ur-cc.UUCP> (Ben Wright) writes:
> >I disliked Cooper's "FBI" jacket.  I understand that it's probably
> >regulation to wear such a uniform when perforing risky entry-type
> >operations, but without the tenchcoat, it ain't my man Cooper.

On the contrary, Cooper is a Company man through and through. If it's
regulations, then he'd do it. No questions asked. His unusual techniques
in other situations have never conflicted with policy as I see it. On the
other hand, my feeling was not that it was regulations, but that he's just
a bit of a geek. You know, the guy who's clothes are never quite right for
the occasion? This ties in with Truman's ribbing him about being a city-

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