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  • Lostfan101190

    So Lost doesn't quite fit in this category, but the producers kind of of preempted that by announcing an end date. But then there's 24, The tonight show with Conan O'brien, and now, I here Flashforward is being cancelled. Why do my shows get cancelled, but Jersey Shore and Grey's Anatomy get to stay on the air. It makes no sense.

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  • Lostfan101190

    I think we have all concluded that the cabin resident in Man Behind the curtain is not Jacob, but the MIB, judging by the ash, the fact that he was invisible (we've seen FLocke disappear into thin air), his hatred of technology (a.k.a. progress), asking his loophole Locke to help him, and the fact that "Christian" was seen in the cabin on multiple occasions. One can assume that the ash was trapping MIB inside or maybe keeping him out to protect Jacob. I don't know. But the whole cabin thing, except for a few sketchy details (like why did Jacob live there in the first place, who broke the circle of ash, and why did Ben think he lived there but Richard knew he lived in the statue), has been given closure. EXCEPT for two reasons: what was the…

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  • Lostfan101190

    In this place is death, "Christian" tells Locke that he must die after turning the wheel. When Locke tries to get up and asks him for help, MIB says "No, sorry, I can't". I think this is because MIB would be indirectly helping Locke to his death if he did this: by physically touching Locke, MIB would be helping him get to the wheel, leave the island, and ultimately die. Now, since Locke was a candidate at the time, MIB could not kill him because of the rules (just as he could not kill Sawyer because of the rules in The Substitute). I think MIB wanted to ensure that Locke died by making sure the rules could not in any way prevent John from dying if MIB touched him. Any thoughts?

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  • Lostfan101190

    So I just watched Aladdin: Return of Jafar and I saw major similarities between these two villains. Jafar is a once human archvillain who became too evil and almost took over Agraba. So, the good Robbin Williams Genie (representing Jacob) takes away his humanity and turns Jafar into a genie, a smoke monster of sorts. Jafar is confined to his lamp and spends the whole movie trying to escape. Meanwhile, he tries to enact revenge on Aladdin and his friends (the candidates) by killing them, but since he is a genie, Jafar can't kill people directly, so he has other people do it for him.

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  • Lostfan101190

    a revelation

    March 7, 2010 by Lostfan101190

    Like many of you, I have been very upset with this season. I see 10 more questions posed than answered every episode and watch a seemingly irrelevant plot take up half the season when so much must be answered. So many loose ends...so many twists that haven't been answered or explained. They are important because they made us keep watching every season and look forward to this season, where it would all come together. I got very angry...until I had a revelation. I saw someone playing Jacob's theme on a keyboard on Youtube and got chills. I realized that even if questions are left open and loose ends are not tied, it cant take away what I feel from this show. Its a work of art and even if we dont find out about Annie or the Whispers or the p…

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