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Subject: HOT-DOG Steamers [Re:TP 4/4/91 My Thoughts]
From: GIOVIN%POLLUX@ecs.umass.edu (Rocky Giovinazzo)
Date: 1991-04-10, 20:49
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

> >From: perkins@neptune.iex.com (Bill Perkins)
> >

	
		
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Subject: TP - 4/4/91 - My Thoughts/?'s

> >4) What was 'John' (new char, Billy Zane) fooling with when Audrey entered
> >   the room (room service)?  Looked like a big hot-dog steamer :-)  Anyone
> >   know?/Why?/Care?
	It looked one of those "weather simulator" things to me (Wheeler's
"fixes" up the environment right?)  -- but a hot-dog steamer sounds
just as good.  The mystery here though is, if he had a hot-dog
steamer in his room, why would he call room service?  Ah-HA!  Wheeler's
up to something!  I bet he killed Laura! -- oh yeah sorry, we already figured
that one out.	

> >11) ...
> >   => On a similar point (same scenes), I did think that the cave Annie
> >      recognized ("Owl Cave") was a little too convenient..  I thought she
> >      was supposed to have been gone a long time -- how did she know about it?
   Annie grew up in Twin Peaks, right?  From what Truman and Hawk said about Owl
Cave, it sounds like it must be a place that everyone has been to as
a kid at least--> therefore, it's not unreasonable to assume that Annie
also played there at times as a child and would be unlikely to forget
about it.

> >13) Why did Gordon go on so much about the gun he gave Cooper?
	Why does Gordon go on about everything?

> >14) What's the point of the whole "james sends a postcard" thing?  Who the
> >    hell cares?
	If James just left and never wrote to Donna again, we'd probably
have to see hours of Donna-mourns-James scenes.  I'd say the postcard
was the lesser of evils.

> >16) Who was shooting the arrows at the neon-colored buffaloe cut-outs?  I
> >    really think it was Bobby (but WHY?!).  
	It was Johnny Horne -- i.e. the retarded 27 (?) year old
obsessed with Indians.

Rocky Giovinazzo


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