I read someone's theory on here that Desmond is trying to get everyone to remember the OT so they will board the Ajira Flight 316 in three years and that is why the MIB wants them to leave on that plane so bad. So the two timelines will connect.
This theory reminds me of the movie Donnie Darko. When the engine fell on there house through a worm hole and come to find out it was the plane that the Mother and sister were on to go or come back from her dance recital. Ofcourse in the Collided timeline Donnie Darko had to died, so I wonder who is the person in the end that is going to make that sacrafice so the rest of the lost characters can live a good life in the their collided time line?
I'm just so confused about why MiB threw Desmond down the well.
Maybe the Man in black doesn't want Widmore to be able to use Desmond on the island for his plan so he throws Desmond down the well so Desmond will die or be affectted by the electromagnetism so he'll be more useful in the FST to get everyone on the plane. Because all the characters that are dead and in the FST like Charlie, Libby and Dan all seem to be more enlighted then the one's that are still alive and on the island.
For this OT and FST collide that means that they are all experienceing this at the sametime. That the world is experiencing 2004, while the Island is experiencing 2007. That would make alot of since with the story telling, because it seems that when there telling the OT and FST storylines they are connected somehow that the main characters are feeling some of the same feelings in both timelines and trying to make up for there mistakes in the OT. Man, that means that they can run Lost for another 3 years another 3 seasons and then all the mysterious can be solved. LOL Honestly I don't know how I feel about that. I love lost, but 3 more years of sitting on edge wondering what is going on. I'm getting impatient and even though I'm going to be sad and miss the show I want to know the answers and see a semi-happy ending.Dzdturtle 13:19, April 20, 2010 (UTC)