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Subject: Re: Happy Generations
From: marple@milton.u.washington.edu (Brenda Aldridge)
Date: 1990-10-08, 01:05
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

In article <12378@chaph.usc.edu>, luisr@aludra.usc.edu (Luis Ramos) writes:
> > Here is part of a transcript from the first scene in last night's show
> > in which Cooper and Albert are having breakfast. I am posting it for
> > everyone's reference. According to Coop, there is some connection to the
> > LP murder case.
 
Sorry, this doesn't really have to do with why Agent Cooper espouses 
Buddhism, but what I really noticed during that scene was their (Albert and
Agent Cooper's) respective lapel pins.  Albert is wearing an American flag,
and Cooper (although you can't tell unless you saw the same thing on a 
close-up of the cover of US magazine) is wearing a crane, which is a
common Buddhist symbol.

Nice subtle touch.


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