Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Hank's Stolen Wallet
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Barbara Hlavin)
Date: 1990-11-01, 09:34
In article <645@kaos.MATH.UCLA.EDU> email@example.com (William Sherman) writes:
> >In article <1990Oct30.firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com (Special Agent Cooper) writes:
>> >> And why the Hell was Bobby Briggs walking around the Great Northern?
> >He's following Hank, because he recognizes him (Hank) as the guy who shot
> >Leo, but Bobby doesn't know who Hank is, other than as a worker at the
> >RR Diner. So he's just snooping around Hank.
Why wouldn't Bobby know who Hank is? Hank is Norma's husband, Norma
is not only Shelley's employer but her friend, Bobby is Shelley's
lover. Under those circumstances I can't imagine one of the four
not knowing about the other's relationships. Norma knows about
Shelley and Bobby, for instance.
Besides, when Hank got out on parole and went to work at the cafe
along with Shelley, can you imagine Shelley not mentioning this to
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