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Has anyone else seen this yet?
http://www.deadline.com/2011/06/losts-damon-lindelof-makes-7-figure-disney-deal-to-write-secret-sci-fi-feature/Read more >
I just rewatched "Not in Portland" and seeing Richard for the first time was so cool! Then I started wondering why he thought he was still in hell in "Ab Aeterno," even though he got off the Island multiple times (monitoring Locke's early life and recruiting Juliet). It doesn't make sense that he thought that the Island was hell when he left a few times. Am I missing something?Read more >
So pretty much the whispers are trapped ghosts of people who died on the island; but is it:
1. People who died on the island who were in the Others's group currently/in the past, 2. People who died on the island that did something bad (Such as Michael, who killed Ana Lucia and Libby), 3. All people who died on the island.
If this is ovbious and I didn't catch it or if it has already been discussed, I'm sorry.--JacobEatsADonut 02:17, April 15, 2010 (UTC)Read more >
I'm sure you have noticed how there is alot of black, white, and red in LOST. I have a theory that every time someone is wearing red clothes or there is red around like in a room, they will have to make a decision. When the red is brighter or there is more red, then it will probably be a bigger decision. Whenever it is less red, but still is close to red like orange or dark red, then it will be a smaller decision. Depending on if the red is next to white or black it would be a good or bad decision. I am not sure how this would fit into the plot, and it is just a theory, but i'm just pointing it out. What do you think?Read more >