Is it just me, or there really are a lot of inconsistencies between Season 5 and episodes from previous seasons? Let me just tell a few examples.
1) Rousseau. She said to Sayid that everything started at the Black Rock. The ship. Well, in season 5, it started at the outer wall of the Temple. Danielle stated her team dug out the hideout we see in season 1. Yet in season 5, there is no underground hideout whatsoever. Danielle lives on the beach, with her colleauges dead. And I hardly believe she made that bunker all by herself (including the electricity). And if we are talking about the shelter: remember that it had all sorts of furniture: bunk bed, table, locker, etc. So it was well supplied. How? Dunno, since the science team barely salvage…Read more >
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Am I the only one, who noticed that Gellert, the chemistry teacher from Locke's Cabin Fever flashback has a striking resemblance to Radzinsky? Even their age seem to fit...is it some kind of a character secret, or just a typical example of apophenia/delusion ? What do you think?Read more >
Okay, so we know from Richard that after taking Ben with him, he'll forget that the shooting accident ever happened. But still, he had many memories from his past (for example Annie, the wooden doll present, first meeting Richard et cetera). So, what if this is the same deal with Zack & Emma, you know, the two kids who were abducted by the Others in season 2. Maybe they were taken to the Temple as well, they forgot the crash of Oceanic 815, but still had many memories (like when Emma was asking Jack in season 3 how Ana-Lucia is doing). What do you think about this?Read more >
Hey everyone! I have another theory.
Okay so we know now from episode 316 that the Island is constantly moving, and that is why the Losties never got rescued.
So after I watched the episode I kind of associated this constant moving with the rainstorms on the Island, the ones that start as quickly as they end.
What is your opinion about this?
p.s. yeah, I know that this subject is pretty insignificant, but...well this is my tasteRead more >