Twin Peaks Usenet Archive

Subject: Re: Quickies on Season Premiere
From: horny@ucscb.UCSC.EDU (Michael Kaye)
Date: 1990-10-09, 15:53

In article <8083@scolex.sco.COM> seanf (Sean Fagan) writes: >
> >In article <> (Dave Mack) writes:
>> >>"One has seen the third man. Three have seen him, yes... but not his
>> >>body. One only, known to you, ready to speak."
>> >>The three who have seen the third man are Sarah Palmer and Cooper
>> >>himself, in visions. The third, of course, is Ronette Pulaski who
>> >>is out of her coma and ready to speak.

There are others who have/could have seen BOB. I posted that one already.

> >Now here's where I want to disagree.  Ronette is *not* ready to speak;
> >remember Cooper's comment to Albert about her not being able to talk yet?
> >I have a hard time believing that this was something overlooked by Lynch and
> >Frost; so what could it mean?

It could mean One Armed Mike, he seemed to want to speak to authorities
for some reason, and Coop's dream implied a strong connection between
Mike Gerard and BOB.  

The more obvious choice is Leland, who definately
has seen BOB, and seems to want to talk to the authorities ASAP.

Michael Kaye
"I see Donna more now, and she's with Mike.  I guess she's happy,
 but the two of them remind me of a chewing gum commercial or
something.  'Happiness and ambition, athletics and academics,
 rah, rah, rah."     --L