In season 4 when Charlie visits Hurley at the mental institute, 2 very interesting things happen. First, another patient at the institute comes up to Hurley stating that a man is staring at Hurley, and when the patient points to the man he is pointing at Charlie. If Charlie truly is dead, how can this man see that he is staring at Hurley?
Secondly, Charlie keeps insisting that he is "Here" at the institute with Hurley, but that he is ALSO Dead. When Hurley freaks out that he is dead and cant be there, Charlie keeps insisting that he is in fact there. Is it possible that Charlie in one time loop truly is present and alive in L.A. while the Charlie we knew is dead in the time loop from Seasons 1-5?
Is this Charlie that we and Hugo assume i…Read more >
I was reading the discussion on the blog titled "confused or mistaken" that was posted a couple days ago and there was argument as to whether the losties actions during the time flashes had any ramifications on what we witnessed during the first 4 seasons and the situation of the 316 survivors, and if the "future" cosequences of actions such as jack blowing up jughead were being shown to us already. However, i thought about richard visiting Locke as a child. This was the consequence of time flash (Locke telling Richard in 1954 to come visit him). Therefore wouldnt we already be seeing the results of ALL actions in the past?Read more >