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This may have been discussed before, but here's my attempt to explain the "flash sideways." Technically, it's not two timelines going on at the same time considering Oceanic 815 is headed towards LAX in 2004, but the Losties are on the island in 2007. With course correction in mind, what if the new 2004 timeline in Season 6 ends where the 2007 timeline in Season 6 begins, only significantly different events occur to get them to that point. For example, Jack will "fix" Locke as opposed to Locke being magically fixed by the island. It's certainly a way to get one "true" ending.
Part of me wants it to be wrong, because it's always best when Darlton surprises you. I mean, let's be honest. How many theories did you read about how Season 6 would …Read more >
Riddle me this:
Why did Juliette tell Sayid, "You would kill me if I told you everything I knew" (or something along those lines) way back when Jack brought Juliette to the Losties camp in Season 3? There is more to Juliette than has been explained (Latin, the role of the "mark" on her back, etc...)
Don't get me wrong, I've seen every episode about three times, but I feel these have not been answered.Read more >
Locke 2.0 is setting up Richard to believe Locke 1.0 should be "the Other's" leader... To do so, Locke 2.0 gives Richard the compass to give to Locke 1.0 in 2007. Locke 1.0 gives the compass to Richard in 1954 and tells Richard to come see him in two years when he is born. Richard does so.
Flash forward several years, Richard comes to see Locke a second time and asks, "Which of these items belong to you... already." Locke grabs the sand, the compass, and a knife. After Locke takes the knife, Richard believes he isn't "the one." What is the significance of the knife? Well..... if I remember correctly, Locke gave a knife to Ben to kill Jacob. Richard probably knew the knife in Locke's hands would lead to the death of his master, Jacob.
I belie…Read more >