Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Cooper was given the solution on a silver platter. (was Re: Majo
From: c2h5oh@ucscb.UCSC.EDU (Idealistic Bibliomystic)
Date: 1990-12-12, 16:49
In article email@example.com (Richard Barrett) writes:
> >I got the impression that the gum was merely given as a marker, a
> >landmark for Cooper. As for TMFAP is concerned, I like the idea that he
> >is supposed to be Leland as he is without BOB, sort of a stunted type of
> >soul. After all, BOB has evidently been in charge for quite some time
> >now, and Leland wasn't exactly up to snuff as far as emotions go.
> >Emotionally and mentally, he was a dwarf. This is shown by his excessive
> >grief last season.
> >Where did Leland go when BOB took over? To another place. So we have the
I don't buy it. It's easy find a reason once you know what the answer
is supposed to be, but nobody guessed any of that and God knows we've
guessed just about everything! I strongly believe that Lynch just
plays with images he likes, leaving others to try and make some sense
out of it.
-- firstname.lastname@example.org | "Have you ever seen a grown man in a beard and | business attire hopping, skipping and jumping in the | Port Authority terminal? It looks damned stupid."