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  • WhatAboutYou13

    Hey, used to post here a lot but since The End, I haven't. I loved season 6 as it was happening, but like many others thought it was lacking.

    I just wanted to say now that after watching it a few more times (mostly the on-island timeline, the sideways timeline still doesn't do it for me until about half way through the season). But beside the first half of the seasons flash-sideways, I sort of love Season 6.

    Especially how our characters progressed through the series. These were their ultimate fates, who dies and who survived the great Island? Whose dark-sides emerged? Who's heroic moments did? It was just really cool and a lot of them were unexpected.

    Seeing evil Locke vs. overly good Jack was great. The dynamic of Jacob vs. Man in Black as …

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    Theory: Hurley's

    October 29, 2010 by WhatAboutYou13

    I don't know if this has been theorized before, but I was re watching Season 2. In the finale Libby tells Desmond that her husband's name is "David," the one who had the boat, etc. She also goes on to say that he "got sick" which, as the series LOST has proven plenty before, sometimes when someone "gets sick" in the show it means they "went crazy." I.e. the "sickness" as it pertains to Danielle and later Sayid and Claire. Imagine if Dave, Hurley's "imaginary friend" Dave, was really the ghost of Libby's ex-husband "David," who went crazy (got sick) and died during his stay at Santa Rosa. We can guess that maybe her husband going crazy and dying while in Santa Rosa made Libby go crazy and end up there too.

    This is why she's so fond of Hurley…

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  • WhatAboutYou13

    I don't know if this has been theorized before, but I was re watching Season 2. In the finale Libby tells Desmond that her husband's name is "David," the one who had the boat, etc. She also goes on to say that he "got sick" which, as the series LOST has proven plenty before, sometimes when someone "gets sick" in the show it means they "went crazy." I.e. the "sickness" as it pertains to Danielle and later Sayid and Claire. Imagine if Dave, Hurley's "imaginary friend" Dave, was really the ghost of Libby's ex-husband "David," who went crazy (got sick) and died during his stay at Santa Rosa. We can guess that maybe her husband going crazy and dying while in Santa Rosa made Libby go crazy and end up there too.

    This is why she's so fond of Hurley…

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    Favorite scenes

    October 19, 2010 by WhatAboutYou13

    This post has been done before, I'm sure, but the blogs are kind of a drag lately so I figured why not revisit some of our favorite scenes?

    I'm watching "Cabin Fever" right now, from Season 4, and realized one of my absolute favorite scenes in the history of LOST is the dream(?) sequence John Locke has when he has a conversation with Horace as he's about to build the cabin. It's a slightly eerie scene without really trying to be, added by the nosebleed Horace gets and the fact that the tree keeps re-appearing after being chopped down. It's a really great moment for the mythology of the John Locke character, in my opinion.

    What are some of your favorite scenes? And let's try to dig deep for these, not the obvious ones like The Church Jack/Chr…

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    I believe the "job" Hurley was referring to when talking to Walt in the Epilogue was, indeed, the protector job.

    I feel like Hurley took the three years between him being appointed protector and the Epilogue to bring the Island to a happy state. He did big things to return the Island to a good place as opposed to a place filled with corruption and whatnot (i.e. shutting down the final Dharma station that had been sending out the pallet drops, etc) as it had been since the Jacob/MiB saga began. I believe the final thing he did as protector was recruit Walt to take his place as protector.

    I feel that Hurley wanted to stop living on the Island in order to be with his family again, who were all off-island. I know he could have just brought them …

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