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While I was watching Sundown, it occurred to me that MIB's promise of "imagine anything you want" is exactly like Ben's proposal to Locke back in The Man from Tallahassee. Does this mean that the box is more than a metaphor? With a set of magical looking glasses in the Lighthouse, I'm not so sure anymore.
Thoughts?Read more >
I don't know if I'm the only one who's noticed, but I feel that the music of LOST is getting more like the iconic music of the first and second seasons. That Temple theme is so mysterious, powerful, elemental, and catchy!
On that note, does anyone here have a favorite piece of LOST music, and do you think that this trend of new, prominent music will continue?Read more >
We've all seen before that occasionally a character's attire can give the viewer a hint about the character and their fate. Jacob has mostly been seen in white (most recently in Lighthouse) and the Man in Black's preference in attire is rather self explanatory, however, what the other characters are wearing is what interests me. I noticed that Sayid was clearly wearing black while he was at the temple, particularly disconcerting considering his presumed "corrupted" status. Worst of all? What's Hurley wearing in this episode? A red shirt. Gulp.Read more >
Is it just me, or did Jin not talking about Aaron, then revealing where Aaron is, the lying about where Aaron is seem really out of character and contrived for the sake of extending drama?Read more >
I recently read the question as to what anyone's favorite Lost episode was, but perhaps the hardest would be finding what your least favorite episode would be. For me, it's a tossup, and as I can admit for reasons that aren't too glaring. (After all, the worst of the best is still pretty good.) I'd say either Expose (For killing off the 'newest' characters in such a grim way [Hurley and Sawyer unknowingly burying them alive]) and Ji Yeon (For having two similar plots from completely different times made to look like they were at the same time [Lost, I was confused enough by the Flash forwards, splicing similar flash forwards and flashbacks makes my head hurt.])
So what about you, internet? Your least favorite episode?Read more >