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Thank you sir, may I puff another?
« on: April 04, 2007, 03:23:07 AM »
Hurley remarks at the opening of the episode that Michael "seems to hate being a dad."  Why didn't they just bannish him?

Walt, when he pictures something, makes it occur.  When he is throwing the knife he is asked to first "Picture it in your mind's eye."  After the successful throw, he states "I could see it" as if it were real.  Locke replies, "Whose to say it wasn't."  Key dialogue.  I think that Locke is referring to reality as being defined by our thoughts, not just our perceptions, and to the individual nature of reality as it is always relative to the observer (the unifying theory of lost).  What is unique to Walt is his ability to "make things happen, " almost as seen in Crighton's book, Sphere.

Michael was hit by a 1997 beige Pontiac Bonneville with a vinyl top.  In the Man From Tallahasee, the car was a 2002 beige Buick Century. 

Did anyone catch the time when Michael got hit by the car?  I bet it was around 8:15.