Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Dropped Plots
From: email@example.com (Ann Hodgins)
Date: 1990-12-13, 12:39
In article <1627@mobius.ACA.MCC.COM> abbott@mobius.UUCP (Jeff Abbott) writes:
> >In article <1990Dec13.firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com (Ann Hodgins) writes:
>> >>In article <1618@mobius.ACA.MCC.COM> abbott@mobius.ACA.MCC.COM (Jeff Abbott) writes:
>>> >>>Two questions for the general contemplation of the newsgroup:
>>> >>>I think it is out of character for Bobby to give up his vendetta
>>> >>>against James (although he certainly has his hands full at the
>>> >>>Johnson Nursing Home :-) ).
>> >>I don't think so. The diary establishes that Bobby is basically a good,
>> >>simple kid. I think he struck out at James because he needed to blame
>> >>someone for Laura's death. He had loved Laura for years. Now his life
>> >>is so crammed with incident, he has no time to hold any grudges, even if
>> >>he were so inclined.
> >I agree with you up to a point, Ann. Bobby is NOT an evil person,
> >and he is portrayed in the diary as a good, simple kid (even though
> >he does, according to Laura, commit manslaughter by shooting a guy).
> >However, planting cocaine in someone's bike goes far beyond simple
> >anger. We have been led to believe that Bobby blindly HATES James.
> >I hope that this antagonism is either brought out more or resolved,
> >rather than just forgotten by the writers.
I forgot about the manslaughter (self-defence really) and the framing.
Guess I'm a bit too tolerant where cute guys are concerned.