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August 6, 2010
  • Causalitybedamned

    So I have a theory about Walt. The way I understood his power was that he had some sort of preconscious ability to will things into existence.

    So when Ben and Hurley show up and tempt him with the possibility of redeeming Michael, who Hurley knows is stuck as a voice on the island, Walt obviously agrees. The question remains though how else could Walt save his father, other than to help the new owners of the island create their post-life waiting world. Put walt near the source and have him wish extra hard. Bam, FSW.

    Personally I like this, because now if you're trying to discern the means by which Hurley and Ben somehow create the FSW, you don't need to somehow weave jughead's explosion into the equation, as thats a huge stretch. This way, i…

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  • Causalitybedamned

    Okay. So I’m realizing that among those who truely loved The End and those who are simply LOST apologists there seems to be a general consensus that the other camp didn’t like the finale simply because it decided to omit a lot of really inconsequential plot holes and mysteries despite the fact that most fans had accepted (through darlton interviews) as effectively dropped. It wasn’t the minutia. It wasn’t where did the food drops come from, or why didn’t pregnancy work. I don't care about closing the loop with the outrigger shootout. It was claire. There. its over. There was more at play here.

    For instance, why throw heiroglyphs and pictograms all over the place, drape the sets with mythological easter eggs, and ultimately never touch on wh…

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  • Causalitybedamned

    I found this mini-sode watchable. But as a send off to the fans disappointed with really nagging, really large, important questions, it managed to talk down to us.

    I understand why some people ADORE the end, but for me, it wasnt why i was watching the show. I don’t buy the argument that Darlton had prepared us, that they assured us it WASN’T a sci-fi show, a mystery show, it was a character study. Well, guess what.. at some point in season 3 you made the decision to embrace the parts of the show the fans were really into, only to pull out the rug at the last moment of the show. Not to stray from the fact that they didn’t redeem the characters that i felt got the short end of the stick in the last two seasons, being reduced to plot moving ro…

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