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Okay, just spitballing here, but I wanted to try and condense some of the excellent ideas I've been seeing here. What if Jack the Shepard is really there to act as a guide/Lighthouse to Locke to help lead him back from the clutches of MIB? As pointed out elsewhere, it seems as though Locke is still in there somewhere and looking for a way out. I know this season is supposed to contain a big confrontation between Jack and Locke. Sounds pretty cool to me!Read more >
Why does Locke/Smokey say this to Ben when Ben has seen Smokey numerous times. He didn't say, "I'm sorry you "have" had to see me that way." Most recently Ben saw Smokey as his daughter where he is told to do whatever Locke tells him to. Which, at this point, would have been Locke telling Ben to do everything he himself told him to. CAN.NOT.WAIT for tonight!Read more >
Hello dearest Losties! Frogurt is a long running joke. Granted. BUT I think he is meant as a modern Greek chorus or, maybe more suitably, as a modern Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. He's the "unimportant" voice that always seems to be commenting on what's going but is as completely mystified as us, the viewers. And yes, he lives. Does he represent any great theory or scheme on the part of the writers? Only in that they want to show that because of what didn't happen, other things didn't happen. From the beginning we've been presented with these broken characters searching for redemption and by the end of Season 5 they'd found it, sort of. Kate was a mother to Aaron. Charlie proved to be an unselfish man who gave his life so the others could …Read more >