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I was wondering if anyone could answer some questions I had after "What They Died for." I have been having trouble accepting some of the answers we were given. I know that they won't answer everything and that some of their answers won't be accepted by everyone, but the whole scene with Jacob just bothered me. He gave some half ass explanation for why he brought them there. They were all flawed and did not have a good life. Which makes sense, they were all flawed. But it seems like part of their flaws came because he interfered with their life. Ok this isn't really what's bothering me the most I'm really bothered by his explanation of why he crossed Kate off the wall.
He said Kate was crossed off because she became a mother. However, Sun wa…Read more >
Ok I have been reading everyone's blogs about their disapointments and concerns about the finale. Now I have to admit that I too am concerned, not that I think the writers are idiots who can't find an end to what they created, but I'm worried that what I want won't happen. I fell in love with LOST not because of the mysteries or the brilliant writing. I fell in love because of the love story. Don't hate me, it's a little curse of mine that I only become completely obsessed with a show when I find a love story that I have to watch over and over again. For me the love story is "the foot in the door," after I'm hooked on a love story I tend to follow the whole story and become madly obsessed. I had heard of LOST when it first started and I fo…Read more >
I found this episode interesting on soooo many levels. Let me just highlight some things I found interesting. I think this blog is going to be a little unorganized so I'll apologize now.
The Mother: She seemed to be in Jacobs position of protecting the island and guarding the light. I also found it interesting how the two boys turned out. Jacob was the innocent child who was unaware of "bad." MIB was more knowledgable about evil in the world. I think they represented the two extremes of the light and dark theme we have been seeing throughout the show, also it is nice that they are twins so we can have the whole "good twin vs. bad twin" idea. The thing I found interesting in all this regarding the mother was that her view of the world seemed…Read more >
I'm curious if this has been discussed before, but why was Ben the loophole to killing Jacob. When Jacob and Lock see eachother Jacob says "I guess you found your loophole." I don't know if I fully understand why Ben was the loophole. We saw in "Ab aeterno" that the MIB told Richard to kill Jacob with a dagger and not let Jacob speak to him. This reminds me of when Sayid is sent to kill the MIB and is given a similar dagger and told a similar story of not letting him speak. So it seems to me that this implies Jacob and MIB can be killed in the same manner. So if Ben was MIB's loophole then there is a loophole for killing the MIB that is similar to Ben's situation. The reason I think this is important is because it may be the key to destroy…Read more >
Alright so I have a theory for the last scene of LOST and part of it’s overall message. I think this theory comes from my undeniable need to have the lives of the LOST characters end on a good note with all of them alive and friends. But also I have no idea what’s going on between Jacob and the MIB. As much as we make theories, and the little bits of info we’ve been told, I think anything is possible. But we know that there are rules to what they are doing, and that Jacob is trying to prove something to the MIB about humanity. So what if the OT is actually not an original time line for these characters but the real original timeline is one we have never been shown. Ok hang with me for a little bit, the MIB said “still trying to prove me wr…Read more >