Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Laura and Drugs
From: horny@ucscb.UCSC.EDU (Michael Kaye)
Date: 1990-10-12, 10:28
In article email@example.com (joedude) writes:
> >In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com (Larry Spence) writes:
> > Also note that when she stops using coke for 19 (?) days, BOB disappears.
> > When she starts again, she sees BOB crouching in the corner, smiling. Almost
> > made BOB sound like a cocaine-psychosis hallucination...
> >Yes, but if I remember correctly, one of the first pre-coke entries in
> >her diary ends with "I hope BOB doesn't come tonight."
> >Hypothesis: BOB is an imaginary playfriend that went horribly wrong
> >in her childhood. The coke use intensified it. When she stopped
> >doing coke, BOB went away.
BOB appears to her twice while she's sober, so you guys are confused.
(pg. 155-156 is two pages of BOB!).
One of these times is especially terrifying.
I don't doubt that Laura found coke useful in dealing with BOB somehow.
Coke and BOB aren't directly related though. Perhaps Mike Gerard
finds Coke useful in handling BOB too. (wild speculation there)
There might be something to the food in town too. :)
(especially the hospital food)
Someone just posted a theory that BOB was in Laura at the train car,
and came out when Laura died to hurt Ronette. This fails to
take into account the third man. Either BOB walks to the cabin
in human form, or BOB is inside someone else.
Michael Kaye firstname.lastname@example.org
"I knew that coke was a problem, but it was nothing next to BOB.