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Is it me or did it feel like the writers were talking directly talking to the fans (namely the ones who deeply believed in the inevitability of a zombie season) when they had Sayid respond to Hurley's question about the nature of his resurrection? You can even feel the disdain the writers feel because they have to address this ridiculous question through the acting of Naveen Andrews when he reluctantly utters the words "No. I am not a zombie."Read more >
Just pulled up my tv tracker widget and happened to notice that there are 108 days until the premiere. I know I'm a complete dork but it gave me a chuckle.Read more >
Is it me or are there way too many characters that don't have the same last name as their parent or child. Sometimes it makes sense like when John Locke's dad's last name is different as well as Claire Littleton's dad's last name. Locke's dad constantly changed his name and his last name came from his mother anyway. Claire's last name also came from her mother because her father already had another family.
Sometimes there is a difference in last names that is ambiguous whether or not there is a good reason. Ethan Rom's parents are Horace Goodspeed and Amy. Amy is never referred to by her last name so it could be Rom. It could've been her previous husband's name or her maiden name.
But sometimes there doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason to…Read more >
So I've been developing a theory as to the true nature of the show and what the main plot of the last season will be while re-watching past episodes. Some of this might sound a little familiar since some of these ideas have been explored already but here me out. I believe that the island is essentially a big complicated game board for which Jacob and him nemesis play out their feud by manipulating people to be used as their game pieces. Someone already pointed out that there always seems to be essentially two sides in conflict with each other at any particular time on the island. Bram also mentions that he and his accomplices are on the "side that's going to win".The phrase "the island is not done with you yet" has been uttered and many pe…Read more >