I know there's a lot of talk with John Locke (the walking, talking, not-in-a-suit-and-dead one) truly being this otherman from the opening scene. I'm a little concerned because this version of Locke is so incredibly like the real one. What I mean is that everything this one says and does are things that the true Locke would do. Even him asking for an apology is typical John Locke style as well as everything else.
So I guess my question is, are there any thoughts beside John Locke being this otherman? And if you do feel they are one in the same, what is your rationale other than there being two mysterious John Locke's.