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This episode had a lot of ups and downs for me. The pros: It was nice to see Libby again. It was interesting to see Libby and Hurley connect to their other timeline. The cons: The way that Ilana died was horrible. What's up with that? I also did not like the way that Michael explained the whispers. The whispers have been a huge mystery throughout the series and the explanation behind them was...lame. Also, wondering why Desmond ran over Locke. Any comments appreciated.Read more >
The episode "Happily Ever After" could be one of the best episodes of the entire series. It was great to see Desmond again, as well as Daniel. It seems to me that Desmond is the same person in both timelines, which is mind-blowing. Daniel believes he already may have blown up a nuclear bomb already. One thing that was strange was that George asked Desmond if he wanted any company from any women, but there were no other references as to why he would have asked this question. Any ideas?Read more >
In the episode "Flashes Before Your Eyes," We see Eloise Hawking telling Desmond that the universe has a way of course correcting itself. I believe that the FST is course correcting itself. Some examples are that even though Sawyer is a police officer, he still wants to kill Anthony Cooper. When Claire tried to give her baby away, she was unable to. Mikhail was shot by Jin in the eye that he was wearing a patch on in the OT. Even though the characters are in another timeline, they will still have the same fates. Any comments/theories are appreciated. --Joshwoodworth 19:52, March 31, 2010 (UTC)Read more >