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Main Article Theories about
Jacob's followers
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They Are Not The "Good Guys"

  • There is reason to believe that the producers might want us to re-evaluate who we think is "good" and "bad". Frank Lapidus says to Bram "In my experience, people who go out of their way to say they're the good guys usually aren't the good guys". Frank Lapidus also says to Sun "they say they're the good guys. I'm not buying it either." Ilana's group might not be as good as we think they are.
    • As a result, Jacob might not actually be the "good" guy. The answer to who is "good" or "bad" won't be as easy as the viewer being told who is "good" or "bad".

They Are The "Good Guys"

  • The producers have stated that this upcoming season will involve a struggle between good and evil. With the information we have been given so far, Jacob has been painted in a "good" light, while his nemesis has been painted in an "evil" light, as we can assume from the Others' reverence for Jacob, the general fear associated with the monster, and the white associated with Jacob contrasted with the black associated with his nemesis. Therefore in can be assumed that Jacob's bodyguards, as an extension of his ideals and interests, will fall on the side of "good" in the upcoming struggle.

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