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Episode 6x13 / Re: How did Kate fail her candidacy?
« on: May 05, 2010, 10:34:21 AM »
Who's name was crossed out in the cave??  When Locke was in the cave showing Sawyer the names in the ceiling of the cave, he crossed out a name?  Was it Kate's?  I don't remember . . .

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Episode 6x11 / Re: Did Dr. Candle Age?
« on: April 23, 2010, 02:47:28 PM »
I noticed that as well, yet Miles is still the same age.  Seems odd to me . .

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Episode 6x11 / Re: Whispers
« on: April 14, 2010, 01:49:00 AM »
So, we finally got an answer about the whispers.... but they must have some kind of power... warning others, taking or moving others to where they need to go....could Christian be a whisper or is he MIB?


Or perhaps he has been both.
That was my thought exactly!

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Episode 6x11 / Re: Answers from this epi
« on: April 14, 2010, 01:46:38 AM »
Well he talked to Richards wife (can't remember her name) and she never even visited the island -- at least that we know of.
I think Richard's post-mortem wife was a manifestation of the Man in Black
Who has Hurley talked to on the island?? Has it just been Michael and Jacob? Does that make Jacob stuck because of what he did on the island?4

Off island he has only talked to people who were killed on the island right?
Eko
Charlie
Ana
Libby

Anyone else?

What I got from that statement was that the whispers don't just appear to Hurley.  I mean, we have heard the whispers every time Christian Shepherd has appeared to some people (John Locke being one of them)

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Episode 6x11 / Re: Who is the young boy???
« on: April 14, 2010, 01:41:12 AM »
I'm gonna go off to left field and say that it is a young Man in Black.  I don't know why, or what the reasoning would be behind it, but that is who I think it is.  Maybe to make him feel guilty by reminding him of something he did as a child?  I dunno, but that is just me playing devil's advocate.  That is all.

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Episode 6x08 / Re: Why did he break the bottle??
« on: March 24, 2010, 07:17:58 PM »
This might seem like an obvious answer, but before you throw the whole, "The wine represented the evil escaping" thing at me, keep this in mind, MIB wasn't on the beach when Jacob explained that to Richard. Also, I know that the scene was for us (the viewers) but MIB doesn't know we're watching; He's a fictional man in a TV show. So I have a few ideas that I think might contradict each other, but here we go, let me know what sounds ridiculous, or plausible.

1) At some point MIB was in the same position as Richard, and Jacob gave him the same metaphor about the wine in the bottle, and when he gave MIB the bottle, he was all sorts of pissed that Jacob was "doing it again" and smashed the bottle. This idea seems to hold water when you take a few things into consideration. First of all, when Jacob asked about the gift (white stone), MIB told him, "Don't gloat, it doesn't look good on you", and rubbing in the fact that he "got another one" might have made him extremely angry. Also, MIB told Richard that Jacob stole his body, and maybe he meant that MIB was once his "servant", and when Jacob was done with him, he disposed of his actual body, and that's why he can't leave. It could also explain why MIB told him to not let Jacob talk to him. Not because of some magic spell that would prevent him from killing him, but because he didn't want Richard to have the same fate.

2) He really hated Jacob's fancy bottle.

Okay, I swear when I came up with this idea, I had at least one other good explanation, so if I think of it, I'll add it in later with ADDITIONAL REASONING: followed by the thought.
Hmmmmm . . .  that sounds like a pretty good theory.  I don't know which one is more plausible, but definitely a good thought.  

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Episode 6x08 / Re: When they get here, their past doesn't matter.
« on: March 24, 2010, 04:28:36 PM »
Even though I like the idea, I think there are some counter examples....

I mean, for instance, many of the main characters have trouble letting go of their past - Sayid, Jack, Sawyer are all good examples.

I think there are exceptions to every rule.  However, when it comes to those characters, this is my thought:   They may have a hard time letting go of their past, but if they are "Chosen" by Jacob, they can't be punished for the mistakes they've made in the past off the island.  Hence the reason why Mr. Eko perished by the hand of Smokey/MIB.  He was not one of the "chosen" ones of Jacob.  Or maybe he was killed because he would have been an ally to Jacob.  I don't know.  I haven't quite figured that whole theory out.  Smokey kills Eko right after flashing his past in his face.  If Smokey = Evil, then what was his reasoning for killing Eko?  Yes, I got off subject.  My point is that even though psychologically they can't let go of their pasts, while on the island, they aren't held accountable for the mistakes they've made off the island regardless of whether they know it or not.  Make sense?

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Episode 6x08 / Re: When they get here, their past doesn't matter.
« on: March 24, 2010, 04:06:09 PM »
See, now I don't think that this is actually true. I mean, maybe as far as Jacob is concerned, once you're there your past doesn't matter TO HIM, but it obviously still shapes the person YOU ARE. If the past didn't matter anymore, then why bother showing us the flashbacks in the first few seasons and explaining (through the actions of the individual having the flashback) how the flashback ties into their present?? Also, apparently your past matters to the smoke monster to some extent, why else would he scan you?? Look at the episode where he skims Eko's brain. If you're saying that what happened to Eko in his past didn't matter, then why would the smoke monster give a crap to scan him??

Very good point.  So what is your interpretation of the statement?

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Episode 6x08 / Re: When they get here, their past doesn't matter.
« on: March 24, 2010, 04:00:27 PM »
I agree, I initially thought that he was referring to actions as well when making that statement.  But after thinking about it for a bit, I couldn't help but think that might have something to do with why Locke can walk, Rose is cured, and Sun gets pregnant.  It was just a thought.   

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Episode 6x08 / When they get here, their past doesn't matter.
« on: March 24, 2010, 03:49:29 PM »
"When they get here, their past doesn't matter." -- Jacob

This statement, in my opinion, answers a lot more questions than we think. 
For example: 
1:  Locke walks once he gets to the island
2:  Rose's cancer is cured
3:  Sun is able to get pregnant

Thoughts?


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Season 6 / Re: My sideways timeline theory.
« on: February 25, 2010, 01:26:44 PM »
The only thing that I might play devil's advocate about is the fact that Jacob touched Locke when he fell out of the window.  It was kind of my thought that it was Jacob's touch that saved Locke from dying to begin with.  As Jacob touches Locke, it seems as if he gives life back to him, and if Jacob was never there, would Locke even be alive in the non-Jacob timeline?  I think what you're saying is definitely an interesting thought and very well possible, but maybe I am wrong about the Locke thing. 

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TV & Movies / Re: FlashForward
« on: November 09, 2009, 12:48:30 PM »
Ok, so to those of you who have been watching, I noticed something didn't add up . .

So everyone's flash forwards supposedly all happen at the exact same time, right?  So  . .  what's his name was sitting on the couch half naked in his flash forward, and his son was there, getting a cookie from the cookie jar, and Penny's daughter comes down and tells him it's his house too.  If that is where Penny's daughter was during the flashforward, why is she having all kinds of nightmares and talking about D. Gibbons?  Did I miss something? 

There are 24 hours in a day and we are only receiving snippets.  So the reality is that she could have heard or learned about D.Gibbons earlier in the day or later...they are not going to give us everything, but like many other shows I am sure the continuity is going to get a bit screwed up.

...but good point

I mean, I guess I was under the impression that she's like super traumatized over what she saw in her flash forward.  But if the kid saw her in his flashforward, that had to have been in hers too, right?  Oh well, it's most likely just like Lost . .  they only give you bits and pieces of info at a time.  Damn you, ABC. 

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TV & Movies / Re: FlashForward
« on: November 06, 2009, 03:57:28 PM »
Ok, so to those of you who have been watching, I noticed something didn't add up . .

So everyone's flash forwards supposedly all happen at the exact same time, right?  So  . .  what's his name was sitting on the couch half naked in his flash forward, and his son was there, getting a cookie from the cookie jar, and Penny's daughter comes down and tells him it's his house too.  If that is where Penny's daughter was during the flashforward, why is she having all kinds of nightmares and talking about D. Gibbons?  Did I miss something? 

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Episode 5x16 / Re: the eye.
« on: May 14, 2009, 02:53:40 AM »
I rewatched the clip.  I'm pretty sure that would be Kate's eye.  I don't really know what the significance would be.  Maybe when the bomb goes off and the story starts over, they are all playing different roles??  Just a thought . .

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Episode 5x10 / Re: What happens to future Ben?
« on: March 26, 2009, 12:48:49 AM »
This is kind of off the subject, but I really don't remember the scene they showed in the recaps of Ben meeting up with long haired Richard in the woods at the beginning of the show.  Can anyone enlighten me?? 

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