I saw someone saying on the comments where is badass Ben Linus this season.
I just re-watched the Man from Tallahassee from Season 3. Ben says to Locke "I wanted to know what it felt like when your own father tried to kill you. He's the reason you destroyed the submarine isn't he? You're afraid. You're afraid of him and this is the one place he can never find you, this is the one place he can never get to you." Locke: "What do you want from me?" Ben: "I don't know how it happened, but you seem to have some communion with this island John, and that makes you very very important. You have no idea what you're talking about of course, but in time you'll have a better understanding. So what do I want? I want to help you John." Then he shows him …Read more >
In the last episodes of season 3, Desmond keeps seeing visions of Charlie dying. What if the same thing could happen again in the sideways? What if in fact, this whole loophole isn't the first time it's happened.
I thought of this when I was reading about the time difference on the two time lines. If Desmond is seeing visions of his time on the island, then he could have visions of Charlie dying again (only it's probably suicidal, but if it weren't). So how come Desmond saw those visions in the first place? Could it be they've looped into similar positions and not remembered it before? Like, it's all too coincidental that these specific people met on the island.
Another thing, Jack has the most connections with all of our characters. So I th…Read more >
Okay, I like the season so far, but I think this FST needs to have a wrench thrown into it for the season to actually be lost. You know? Like, every season after season 1 there has been a huge plot twist or turn that we're all just like, damn!
last episode pretty much ended with exposing the package, Desmond. Sayid is in the water and sees him and he sees Sayid. What if when Sayid gets back he says he doesn't know who the package is, because he really doesn't. All of the candidates just faintly recognize him, and this furthers the bleeding effect they're having with the FST.
I mean, throw a wrench in it like in the constant (my favorite episode). Who would have known Desmond was going to go back in time in his mind? What if …Read more >
that we're going to see Desmond's FST and he is going to casually bump into key people on the 815 flight. We're going to go back to the OT and Desmond on the island will recognize people as people from the FST. Like, isn't it weird the way he looks at Sayid? Like he knows him, but he can't place him. Maybe it's just because he's been drugged and has no idea where he is, but maybe not. But maybe Desmond is the key to joining the two time lines in some way. I hope.Read more >
Okay, in "The Man Behind the Curtain" season 3, we see how Ben came to be on the island. And there is one point where he runs away from home and meets long haired Richard Alpert who notices that he sees visions of his dead mother. Just like Jack has seen visions of his dead father. And Richard sees something special in him and the reason Ben is so insanely good and manipulation is because he grew up sneaking to otherville all the time, doing missions for them (like kill Alex and Danielle), and he has to make up lies to where he's been for the dharma folk until he kills them all. All in service of the island.
I am convinced that Jacob's replacement will be the person who doesn't use the island for their own gains. Widmore would go off island…Read more >