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Maybe it's reading in to this too deeply, but when Sawyer is cradling Juliette at the bottom of the hatch, she murmurs something about having tea and going dutch, then she smiles. After this she says to Sawyer she has something very important she has to tell him. We find out later after Miles listens over her grave that she was going to say "It worked." Call me sappy, but that would also indicate there is a good chance that with the "course correcting" theory of parallel universes, Sawyer and Juliette will probably be together in the end. Over "Tea" it would seem. Thoughts?Read more >
Has anyone been able to figure out the name of the book Desmond is reading on the new 815 flight? It's not the Dicken's novel "Our Mutual Friend" that is claimed by Desmond to be the last novel he will ever read (at least not in freeze frame). Also, I am certainly behind on this fact, but Desmond is most likely a figment of Jack's imagination (or Dead) at the time of the flight, correct? I say this because Jack ask's Rose, "Have you seen the man that was sitting next to me", and she say's "I'm sorry, we were asleep."Read more >