Twin Peaks Usenet Archive
Subject: Re: Pete at the GN
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (mark j cromwell)
Date: 1991-04-25, 20:43
In article <1991Apr26.email@example.com> keb3@po.CWRU.Edu (Keith E. Bitely) writes:
> >I thought this whole Pete talking to Josie scene was very confusing. Ok,
> >maybe Pete saw Josie and was talking with her. But, why in the world didn't
> >happy-go-lucky attitude that Pete was displaying. Also, if he saw Josie,
> >understand his reaction to it, or the way he handled it. Any ideas?
The only other explanation I could think up was that he was reciting
part of a poem about Josie. I remember him doing this in at least one scene
after her death. However, this doesn't explain his waving goodbye to a
I suppose that the scene was to alert alert viewers to the fact that
Pete's one of the "gifted/damned." Also, perhaps to emphasize the nature of the
shaking hands epidemic as supernatural.
- Mark Cromwell