Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Leland recognizing BOB
From: 6sigma2@polari.UUCP (Brian Matthews)
Date: 1990-10-09, 10:54
In article <email@example.com> horny@ucscb.UCSC.EDU (Michael Kaye) writes:
|Jerry is one of the few characters we can near absolutely rule out.
|He was in France when Laura was murdered.
It wouldn't be the first time that a character that was supposedly out of
the country flew back early, committed the crime, and then appeared later
as if he/she had just arrived back.
|Ben is the one who suggests eliminating Leland, not Jerry.
|Was Ben serious when he suggested killing Leland? Or was he just
|making a smart crack, prompted by Lelands counter productive phone call?
I think he was just frustrated at another screw-up by Leland, especially
after how strange Leland has been acting lately. In one of
last season's shows, Ben tells Jerry something like "get a net, and
get him out of here". He was obviously upset then at Leland.
Also, Leland seemed to be headed for the sheriff right after he recognized
BOB, so they'd have to hurry to catch him, which they didn't.
-- Brian L. Matthews blm@6sceng.UUCP