in This Place Is Death, when Locke is descending the well, there's a time flash to some time presumably in the distant past - before the well was built. During this time period, Christian Shepard (presumably actually the MIB?) tells Locke he needs to bring his people back to the island.
How do people explain this? Was the MIB flashing along with everyone else? any other theories?Read more >
so, we all enjoyed lost, but have you seen any people involved in lost in other projects that you think people might also enjoy?
example: i enjoyed seeing both Harold Perrineau and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje on Oz...Read more >
i liked the ending. personally maybe i'd have liked it more if there was more o'quinn/emerson/cusick going on and less slow-music couples action...
but i did write up these thoughts and thought that maybe people would be interested in reading them:
The producers have Lost have stated on many occasions that the show was really about the characters.
Samuel R Delany's book, Trouble On Triton: An Ambiguous Heterotopia, centers on the story of a character named Bron, in the far future. In this story, there is an interplanetary war that is going on, but Bron is not affected in any direct way by the war - in happens in the background. The reader is never told any great details about this war - only those aspects of it which affect Bron.
Likewise, in …Read more >
so, when locke was off island to bring everyone back, he was using the name jeremy bentham.
apart from his philosophy, bentham is famous for his dead body being put on display (he's stuffed/mummified whatever).
i didn't see the connection at first, but considering what's happened, NOW, it's obvious, isn't it? hahah
(is this already mentioned somewhere else?)Read more >