I was re-watching the S6 premiere and it got me thinking. Regardless of which outcome of Jughead actually happened, the survivors shouldn't be on the Island in 2007. Stay with me here.
As discussed on the show, there were only 2 possible outcomes of Jughead detonating.
1. As Faraday said, Jughead detonates and negates/neutralizes the pocket of energy below the Swan site permanently. Therefore, there's no need for a Swan site, no button for Desmond to push, and 815 lands safely.
2. Faraday was wrong, and Jughead either doesn't negate the energy, thus destroying the Island, or Jughead detonates independent of the energy, and a nuclear explosion on the Island makes it uninhabitable (or possibly destroying it), thus no Swan site, no button, and 8…Read more >
Did anyone else see Francois Chau in the Bud Light commercial in the Super Bowl? I didn't know the DI had an astrology station.Read more >
Any theories? Personally, I think it will be Sam Toomey and Leonard first hearing the Numbers being broadcast.Read more >
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I was always curious about Charles Widmore and his hatred for Desmond. I get that he thinks no one is good enough for his daughter, but most father's think that about guys their daughters are dating. So I came up with two theories; one's real easy, the other is kinda hard to explain.
The first is that Desmond is Widmore son. We know from one of Ben's flashbacks that Widmore had a child with, I think the term used was "Outsider". Widmore used his considerable wealth to track Desmond over the years, and when he showed up asking for Widmore's permission to marry Penny, he declined.
My other theory is that Desmond gets back to the Island eventually, but now in 2004. He somehow gets time shifted to when Widmore was on the Island…Read more >
I was re-watching Catch 22 in Season 3. Desmond mentions that he joined the monastery because a man with a rope tied around his waist helped him out of the street. Since we had just seen the Abbott a few scenes earlier, everyone just assumed it was him. But is there any chance it was Jacob, or even his Nemesis, coming to Desmond and setting into motion the events that would bring him to the Island?Read more >