Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Re: Opinions and comments on 5/10 episode
From: c2h5oh@ucscb.UCSC.EDU (Marian, Madam Librarian)
Date: 1990-05-19, 21:30

In article <10952@yunexus.UUCP> logan@yunexus.UUCP (Beryl Logan) writes:
> >I agree on the excessiveness of Leland's grief (and also didn't like
> >the dance).  Leland's grief seems to be increasing with each show -
> >when Laura was first found, he was very composed and cared for his
> >wife who was understandably distraught.  However, now it seems that
> >while she is more composed - recall her reactions to Leland in the
> >broken-picture scene and at the funeral - he seems to be going in the
> >other direction.  Guilt - perhaps....I'm not sure.

This discription reminded me an awful lot of reading _Macbeth_\
in high school....perhaps Leland is crumbling like Lady Macbeth
did? Does that make his wife the murderer? Just a thought.

Now if he starts talking about blood on his hand....

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