Friday, June 29, 2007

Did A Private Plane From Herarat
Aviation Crash Too?

Where does Rachel think that happened to Juliet?
What about Ethan's family or Goodwin's?
Is it standard Hostile operating procedure to
fake the deaths of those they bring to the Island?

Thursday, June 28, 2007

Hero or Villain?

While listening to the Michael Emerson interview in
Episode 93 of Comic News Insider Emerson said he's
always assumed despite all evidence to the contrary that
Ben is going to turn out to be a hero. What do you think?
Are the following Heroes or Villains?

  • Benjamin Linus
  • Jack Shephard
  • John Locke
  • Kate Austen
  • James "Sawyer" Ford
  • Juliet Burke
  • The Island
  • Jacob
  • Smokey

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Questions from Tabula Rasa

After rewatching Episode 1.3, Tabula Rasa, I've got some questions.
Answer as many or as few as you'd like.

1. Would you trust Kate?
2. Would you lie so that others would not lose hope?
3. Should Kate have told everyone what she did?
4. Why isn't Kate in jail in the Flash Forward? Has she stopped running?
5. Jack has to finish what Kate and Sawyer started in trying to end the Marshal's suffering. Is it Jack's destiny to clean up the mess Kate and Sawyer leave behind?
6. Is Kate's real issue running or going back?
7. Why didn't the Island heal the Marshal?
8. Did Walt make the rain stop?
9. Jack says they died 3 days ago (Purgartory? JK) and that they should all be able to start over, but do they? Or do they stay who they are for ill as well as good?

10. Why did Charlie change FATE to LATE on his fingers?

11. Did anything ever happen between Michael and Sun?

How Many Sides Are There?

2 players. 2 sides. One is light, One is dark.

The LOSTies, The Others, The Dharma Initiative,
Widmore, Paik, Mittelos Bioscience, The Hostiles,
The Other Others, The Mole People.

Is this a story of only 2 sides -- one light, one dark?
If so, who's light and who's dark? Are are there more sides
than 2?

Monday, June 25, 2007

Was Flight 815 Really Off Course?

Were the pilot and Cindy involved in a plot to find or prevent
the finding of the Island? Crazy question, I know, but . . .

When Jack, Kate and Charlie find the cockpit, the body of
the co-pilot falls out the cockpit door, but the pilot and
passengers are strapped in. Why is the co-pilot not strapped
in, yet dead? Did the pilot take him out before he took out
the radio? Was he in league with someone to bring these
people to the Island as some think or was he even employed
by the same people employing Naomi in an attempt to locate
the Island? Was the pilot killed by Smokey because of this?

And Cindy, Cindy knew the radio was out and that they were
off course, she seemed genuinely frightened of the people stealing
passengers from the Tailie beach, but now she's very integrated
into the Others and her disappearance was very suspicious.
Why take Cindy so close to the Fusies and from a group unless
she's "One of You?"

Friday, June 22, 2007

How Did Jack, Locke and Rose Get
From Here

To Here


And Here?

Jack and Rose were sitting on Flight 815 next to one another
when the turbulence hit and Locke was one row behind Rose.
But when the plane crashed, Jack landed in the jungle, Locke
was on one part of the beach and Rose on another part of the

And they weren't the only passengers who were together on the
plane that were separated on the beach.

  • Jin is looking for Sun.
  • Michael is looking for Walt.
  • Shannon and Boone are separated though in all fairness that might be Boone's choice.
  • Kate and the Marshal are separated though that may be Kate's doing.
  • And everyone's favorites Nikki and Paolo are separated too.
I'm no Dr. Arzt, so is there a reason people would be so scattered
over the crash scene?

Thursday, June 21, 2007

Liar or Not?

The only things we know about Rousseau and her history are the
things she's told us about herself. Do you believe her story? And
while you're thinking about her -- did she arrive on the Island
before or after the Purge?

Sayid: And how did you come to be on this island, Danielle?
Danielle: We were part of a science team.
Sayid: A science team armed with rifles? Was Robert on the team?
Danielle: Yes.
Sayid: And Alex, was he, too?
Danielle: Our vessel was 3 days out of Tahiti when our instruments malfunctioned. It was night, a storm, the sounds. The ship slammed into rocks, ran aground, the hull breached beyond repair. So, we made camp. Dug out this temporary shelter. Temporary. Nearly 2 months we survived here, 2 months before...
Sayid: Your distress signal? The message I heard, you said, "It killed them all."
Danielle: We were coming back from the Black Rock. It was them. They were the carriers.
Sayid: Who were the carriers?
Danielle: The others.
Sayid: What others? What is the Black Rock? Have you seen other people on this island?
Danielle: No, but I hear them. Out there in the jungle. They whisper. Oh. You think I'm insane.
From Solitary

Danielle: The firing pin has been removed. Robert didn't notice it was missing either when I shot him.
Sayid: But you loved him.
Danielle: He was sick.
Sayid: Sick?
Danielle: It took them, one after the other. I had no choice. They were already lost.
Sayid: You killed them.
Danielle: What would have happened if we were rescued? I couldn't let that happen. I won't.

From Solitary

Hurley: Look, I came here to find... oh, easy, easy, easy. I'm... Im just getting your notes. Please, tell me why you wrote this. What do these numbers mean? Please.
Danielle: I don't know.
Hurley: What? You don't know? Okay, that thing in the woods, maybe it's a monster, maybe it's a pissed off giraffe, I don't know. The fact that no one is even looking for us, yeah, that's weird, but I just go along with it because I'm along for the ride, good old fun time Hurley. Well guess what? Now, I want some friggin' answers.
Danielle: Our ship picked up a transmission, a voice repeating those numbers. We changed course to investigate. After we shipwrecked my team continued to search for the transmission source. It was weeks before we found the radio tower.
Hurley: There's a radio tower on this island?
Danielle: Yes, up by the black rock. Some of us continued to search for the meaning of those numbers while we waited for rescue, but then the sickness came. When my team was gone, I went back up to the tower and changed the transmission.

From Numbers

Danielle: The others are coming. Our ship went aground on this island 16 years ago. There were 6 of us... my team, 6. At that time I was already 7 months pregnant. I delivered the infant myself. The baby and I were together for only 1 week when I saw black smoke... a pillar of black smoke 5 kilometers inland. That night they came they came and took her... Alex. They took my baby. And now, they're coming again. They're coming for all of you.
From Exodus, Pt. 1

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Is Smokey In This Picture?

I've started rewatching LOST from Season 1 and the good
news is that I'll have to watch more than 1 episode a week
to watch it all before Season 4 starts.

The question for today is what's the deal with Vincent?
Did he land in the jungle, manage to spring his crate and
then go looking for food and water on his own? Or did
something else happen? Is Vincent really a live yellow
lab or is he Smokey or some other Island manifestation?
Is Vincent the mole in our LOSTies camp?

Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Is This Guy

Really This Guy

Because the Sonic Fence, Harpoon and

Grenade Came From Here?

Sunday, June 17, 2007

Who Knows How and Where to Send the Food?

The food just keeps on dropping. Food dropped onto the
Island on Day 61 or so of our LOSTies time on the Island.
We know from the Sri Lanka video from The Lost Experience
that food drops were to come to the Island "in perpetuity."
We also know that you can enter 2-4 in the Flame's computer
for a pallet drop.

But here's the question--whoever is sending the food has to
know where the Island is, right? Why do Naomi's people described
by Ben as people who have been trying to find this island need
Naomi to find the Island? Why not follow the food?

Friday, June 15, 2007

Why Did Smokey Do This?

Smokey took out the pilot in less than 24 hours, but he's
let Locke, Kate, Jack, Charlie and Juliet live. Any ideas why?

Thursday, June 14, 2007

You're Not Supposed To Do This.

Or Are You?

Locke tells Jack he's not supposed to make this call,
but is Locke right? Has he ever been right about who's
supposed to do what?

He told the man who ran the walkabout he was supposed
to do that.

But it seems that was wrong.

Locke told Boone they were supposed to open the Hatch.

But was that right? Boone wisely pointed out that if they
were supposed to open it, why hadn't they been able to.

And later Walt told Locke not to open it.

Then Locke thought they were supposed to push the button.

Until he didn't think that anymore.

So is Locke right about the phone?

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

If Desmond Didn't Have Flashes . . .

Would Charlie Have Died Before This?

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Someone Will Stare Into The Camera,
You'll Hear a Whoosh and Then . . .

Whose Flash Back do you still want to see?

Here's my # 1 pick.

Do Flash Forwards Drive You To This?

1. Will there be Flash Forwards in Season 4 or will they go the way the arctic listening post and 4-toed statue did in Season 3?

2. Will there be Flash Backs in Season 4?

3. Is Jack's Flash Forward set in stone?

4. Will we ever see Flash Forwards from a time after Through The Looking Glass's Flash Forward?

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