Alright, this might be completely irrelevent or coincidence, or something, but it's just something I noticed...
Okay, so it's like there's a cycle going on here. The "Mother" was the original protector of the island, but then she was killed---by the Man in Black. Then, Jacob became the protector and the Man in Black killed him also---by using someone else, but still. So isn't it inevitable that whosoever becomes the protector of the island will eventually die? Especially since there are candidates set up to replace the protector. It's an endless cycle.
Or I could just be looking into this too much.
The only thing we don't know is how the whole "special game" between Jacob and the Man in Black came into play. (The reason he had to find a looph…Read more >
Hey, everyone; these are STRICTLY THEORIES.
Alright, so I've been wondering about Desmond a lot lately. He was normal, himself, and when he woke up from the flash-sideways, he was suddenly all calm and crap. But I didn't think anything of it ... until I saw more of his demeanor. He's all "what's the point in being afraid" and "hi, Monster Locke, you're my friend; of course you didn't bring me to a giant well to throw me in, that would be too predictable. Oh, my mistake, you actually did throw me in."
I have no problem with all this ... under two conditions: Answer the question as to why Des is all passive now---could it be connected to why Sayid shows no emotion? And someone please, please, PLEASE get him out of that well.
As for his mission---an…Read more >
Hey, everyone. These are STRICTLY THEORIES.
Now, I just thought of something completely random after reading another blog: What if Jacob and the MiB were one in the same?
I've never thought that was true, however, think about it. Maybe they're two different entities, but they're trapped inside the island and they're really the same person. Now, I know this is confusing, but if you understand me then you know what I'm talking about. There are "rules" or whatever, to how they were separated from a singular man---one the good part, and one the evil part---and now the evil side is trying to kill the good side. The evil part must find a loophole in killing his other half, because, in a way, it's a part of him. So he must manipulate other people in d…Read more >
Okay, so I'm sure this is obvious and I'm not the only one, but I have to blog about it. Has anyone else noticed that Daniel's life in the Flash-sideways is a little different than just the basic facts that he's a alive and he's a musician and not a physicist?
The differences are where Charles and Eloise are. Firstly, Eloise seems to care about Daniel a whole lot more than she did in the regular time line. An example of this is that she lets him play piano, and thus become a musician---instead of forcing him to devote his life to science. Of course, this could be because Eloise has never heard of the island and isn't affiliated with it, but that's impossible because the way she was talking to Desmond, she obvi…Read more >
Alright, hey, everyone. These are strictly theories.
Okay, so Daniel has his little theory on how him and Desmond (and supposedly everyone else) were supposed to live a different life. That they did something in a DIFFERENT life, or world, or whatever, that made them able to start over ... or end up where they're not supposed to be. That part is debatable, however, only a genius like Daniel---physicist or not---could have thought of something like that.
Nobody else seems to think this.
I mean, Charlie talked about the love thing with Desmond, but he didn't really have an explanation for it.
Nobody else ... except Eloise. Okay, so no one else seems to know that two different worlds exist---Island time and FS time---except for Eloise. I mean, Desm…
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