Be it symbolic, funny or emotional what is your favourite moment/scene. Please try and refrain from using the finales, I'm interested in those little scenes that add personality to the show. One scene that I love is from Tricia Tanaka is Dead, where Hurley gets the old Dharma van to work and drives with Jin, Sawyer and Charlie. It was a fantastic scene as the whole episode focused on Hurley's bad luck and misfortune and getting the van to start was like him overcoming his demons. Your favourites?Read more >
The above quote is said by Jacob to Jack in the S5 finale. I've been puzzling with it, trying to reach an answer as to what Jacob meant. I would like to hear your thoughts on my ideas and suggest your own if you have any, here goes:
1) It could mean Jack needs that little "push" or realisation that he is special? 2) Jack should believe in himself more, have more faith perhaps? 3) Could be a reference to an event (plane crash and what came with it) which will change him into what he is destined to be (leader of the Island?)
The last suggestion there is the one I've strayed towards, as I feel as if he has doubted the whole destiny/mythology malarky but in S5 after his meeting with Locke at the hospital he was clearly affected and then Locke's …Read more >
I've just registered with this site literally 10 minutes ago as I wanted to share my ideas with you guys. I'm just going to list a few ideas I've had over the past 5 seasons and your feedback would be appreciated.
1. In The Incident, weren't any of you guys slightly freaked out by the scene with Rose and Bernard? Sure, it was really nice and warming to see them come to terms and peace with their situation and be happy but something tells me this scene is far more important than we think. Your thoughts?
2. Another Incident moment, the part where Richard is helping Jack and Sayid get the jughead, he asks Jack about Locke. I bet this has been asked before but I got the impression that Richard knows Jack is supposed to be the leader, no? I was k…Read more >