Anyone else thought that Desmonds mind, in Happily Ever After, got unstuck from the original timeline and "flew" over to the other timeline, and to be able to get back he had to find his constant - Penny - in that timeline so he would be able to "travel" back to his original self?
Pretty much like when his mind got unstuck in time in the episode The Constant and needed to find/call Penny in both times to help his mind find its way back to where it belonged.
Because there where some strange "travelling through clouds" when he (and we) first entered the flash sideway - and it wasn't until he actually touched Penny that he all of a suuden just "bumped back".
Any thoughts from you guys about this and what it potentially could mean?
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I am a huge fan of the Hurley Bird and I saw the following on it's lostpedia-page:
"At the Paley Festival on 2/27/10, the producers hinted that an answer to the Hurley bird might be forthcoming before the series finale."
Does anyone have a link to the whereabouts of this statement or a clue to where one could find the source to it? PonPonPon 14:05, March 12, 2010 (UTC)Read more >
When Dogen said in the latest episode that MiB has been trapped for some time, but now, as Jacob is dead, he isn't any longer - what did he mean? Any ideas?
And another thing: did anyone else see that Jacob poured some powder (ash?) or fluid in the spring in "Lighthouse"? What could be the meaning of this?
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Anyone thought of the possibilty that the Jacob we see now after he died actually is MiB, as we know that guy can manifest himself as dead people on the island?? What proof have we got that the dead Jacob, really is the real Jacob? What hints can we find to the contrary? PonPonPon 20:31, March 4, 2010 (UTC)Read more >