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Ok, this is starting to hut my brain so I'm going to throw it out there for some help....
We know that so far Season 6 has been mirroring Season 1 (mirrors? sorry, my brain is working overtime!) in terms of episode centricity and to a certain extent content. I've heard it put out there that this had already been happening before this season, ie Season 5 mirrored Season 2, etc. This probably has been talked about before but I have this feeling that once the series is over, we'll we able to step back and see that the whole thing, all the events and characters and plot twists all reflect each other in such a way that you can start looking at from the beginning or the end and know what will happen. I'm having a hard time explaining what I mean…Read more >
I saw this movie a long time ago and a friend and I were talking about it after watching last night's episode. I think the writers clearly took this film as an inspiration....in the movie a son is messed up over the death of his father, there is weird parallel universe, different time line, time travel sort of thing going on, ELIZABETH MITCHELL plays the role of mother (I got the idea that Juliet could be David's mother) AND...there's a character name JACK SHEPHARD!! Check it out on wikipedia, its pretty cool.Read more >
I was watching The Glass Ballerina from Season 3 and somethign just dawned on me. Pretty much all the deaths on Lost(besides the crash victims) have been murders or suicides (or in Sawyer's parent's case, a murder/suicide). Just after thinking about all the deaths,a large number struck me as unnatural. Are the writer's lazy? Why so few natural deaths? Are they not aware or is there sometihng more? It makes for good storytelling but just looking at the numbers makes you realize that there is major repetition going on.I don't know what exactly, still mulling it over...any thoughts?
I'm sure there are many more but here are a few I remember Murdered on Island: Ethan- revenge Goodwin (self defense?) Kelvin (accident?) Naomi-(prevention?) A whol…Read more >
We see that some of Lost's main characters have important belongings or objects that have meaning to them and tie them to their 'old lives', so much so that they are strongly referenced in certain episodes. Kate had her airplane, Charlie has his ring, Jin has the watch, Sawyer has his letter, Des and Saiyd have photos, Jack has (perhaps) his tattoos. Does anyone think there is any significance to these things or are they just ways for the writers to give more back story to the characters? It would be interesting if there was some sort of deeper symbolism to them,other than what is shown in the episodes.Read more >
After watching the Enchanced episode of "Lafleur" something dawned on me that I can't believe I didn't think of before. Maybe others have mentioned this before but I don't remember coming across it. This episode confirmed that the reason why pregnant women die on the Island is because during their pregnancy their immune systems 'turn against' them, essentially attacking them, leaving them, well, dead. But then I realized something. It seems like this problem with the immune system has only shown to be a problem with the islands original inhabitants, aka the Others. We know that Amy (who wasn't an Other, she was Dharma) succesfully gave birth, as did Rousseau and Claire. I had always assumed (as well as many other people, after reading theo…Read more >