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Subject: Re: Predictions are useless
From: mt1z+@andrew.cmu.edu (Michael Bruce Tomblyn)
Date: 1991-04-23, 14:52
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

Jacob S. Weinstein writes that "nobody had a snowball's chance in hell
of figuring out WKLP. Really. The only clue I can think of that we were
given is that the only time BOB appeared outside of Coop's visions was
in the Palmer household. Can anyone think of any other bits of evidence?"

Well, sure. Unfortunately, I don't have any of the episodes on tape, so
I can't tell you which it was, but I distinctly remember a few weeks
before we found out, Coop and Truman were at the station with Leland
when he came to tell them about his experience in the woods with a man
that looked a lot like the rough sketch Coop made up. He said when he
was a kid, this man lived in this house in the woods, and some other
bullshit. Then he lit a match, camera closeup on it, he grinned and said
something about fire (?). This made up my mind for me, especially with
the intensity that Coop looked at him. I believe he said under his
breath, "We have our man."

Mike


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