Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: TP GUT: massive hubris?
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Carol Miller-Tutzauer)
Date: 1991-04-19, 10:56
In article <4059@autodesk.COM>, email@example.com (Young Rob Jellinghaus) writes...
> >Look, Twin Peaks has never been known for its consistency or its
> >willingness to explain everything. And if Lynch bagged the script
> >for the last episode, I'm willing to bet my last cuppa joe that he's
> >going to pull a big old fast one on us.
> >There will be lots of things he never finishes, there will be lots
> >of mysteries left unexplained, there may even be a lot of stuff that
> >just plain doesn't fit with the rest of the show at all!!!
I'm sure you are right about having all kinds of loose ends left
dangling. But I got the impression that we were trying to come
up with an explanation that would clarify things, regardless of
whether or not it is what Lynch et al. have in mind. So long as
the Grand Unifying Theory is relatively consistent, enlightening,
and interesting, it meets any discipline's criteria for a
theory. We aren't trying to predict the ending, just trying to
make sense of all that appears to be happening in TP.