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Episode 6x16 / The Dharma Shark
« on: May 24, 2010, 04:50:38 PM »
I swear I saw the Dharma shark hurl itself out of the ocean to gobble up Kelvin in the background behind Locke lying like a rag doll after being SHOT by Kate, who amazingly, couldn't really hit the broad side of a barn yet somehow managed to shoot her way through 6 seasons of LOST.

Talk about jumping the shark....

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I originally posted this in 2006, and in going back through my ridiculous ideas and theories, wondered if this still applies today, with what we know about Smokey and Locke?
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 Post subject: MrEko's Death--he was our modern day Enkidu
Posted: Mon Nov 13, 2006 1:59 pm   

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In S2, Collision, Locke is working on a crossword puzzle in which the clue is "Gilgamesh's companion" and the answer was "Enkidu...." It wasn't until S03E05 The Cost of Living that we found what the story meant and how it pertained to the dynamics between MrLocke and MrEko.

Mr. Enkidu in The Epic of Gilgamesh:


Enkidu is the quintessential savage person in the beginning of the epic:

the short version of the long story is that Enkidu was a man of the wild, protecting the wild animals from trappers. Trappers appealed to Gilgamesh to intervene, but Gilgamesh refused, only asking that they take a woman to Enkidu (as temptation) to remove him from his beastly ways. Ultimately, it worked and Enkidu became "civilized" and he and Gilgamesh became brothers of faith, if you will.

Later in the Epic, Enkidu assists Gilgamesh in his fight against the guardian monster of the Cedar forest. Enkidu kills several in the name of righteousness (despite his initial repulse for the idea), but ultimately dies to pay for his sins. The monster of the Cedar forest can only kill one--either Gilgamesh or Enkidu and it is ultimately Enkidu who will pay. The gods passed judgment that Enkidu had no justification for killing, so Gilgamesh was spared and it was Enkidu who bought the farm.

Before Enkidu died, he whispered to Gilgamesh that he too will pay for his sins. In the Third Tablet of the Epic of Gilgamesh, it is told that Enkidu ventures into the underworld, although it is believed by scholars that it was not part of the original Sumarian story and was later added.

In the end, Enkidu's death provided Gilgamesh with the drive to seek eternal life and happiness--it set him forth on his quest.


In LOST, MrLocke is Gilgamesh and MrEko was Enkidu--who refused to confess his sins and paid the ultimate price--judgment was passed and he was killed. Gilgamesh avenged Enkidu's death by judgment--but not through death, by searching for peaceful existence and eternal life.

Chew on that, Losties. MrEko's place in the LOST plot storyline was to advance MrLocke's search/quest--and to teach and remind him of and about about faith.
whatcha think?

cheers
*Des8
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What do YOU think?

Cheers
*Des8

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Just throwing this question out there...it occurred to me that only Hurley and MIB can see dead people who are not an apparition of Smokey....  Not even Miles can see dead people.  Will Hurley be the new Smokey? 

Where's Bruce Willis when we need him?

cheers
*Des8

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Theories & Speculation / How LOST will end---<the end>
« on: May 17, 2010, 03:09:34 AM »
Greetings LOST fans and fellow friends!  I have my final prediction, which is pretty much what it was from the beginning.

LOST will end with Desmond making an egg shake, listening to Mama Cass's "Make Your Own Kind of Music" in the Swan Hatch.  Everything we've seen past that date is a non-sequitur.  The only thing the writers have shown us, as the audience, is that people are flawed and quite different from how they appear to the casual observer.  People are also good, in addition to their flaws, which is what keeps us going during the show, but inevitably we all love the idea because we can only hope for redemption from the Light for all the crappy things we've done.  Despite the odds, we continue to persevere--Man is inherently predictable; we all want to be good, but a little badness creeps into each of us, and we just can't control it.

When S2E1 aired, I said that the hatch was different, with two timelines being showed in consecutive motion.  The story will end with Juliette being right, that the bomb worked.  We also know this to be true because Dr. Marvin Candle is missing his arm in the orientation video--in essence telling us that the bomb worked, and he lost his arm in the nuclear explosion.

The flash sideways stories we are being shown is to give the audience a sense of closure, even though there will never really be final closure, due to the "free choice" faction to life as we know it.

There are 2 sides to everyone in life, and in every situation; one black, one white--Locke told us that long ago.  The story is about Man's inability to be "good" referring us back to the Original Sin of Adam and Eve, which is in our nature.

In the end, Desmond was always The Constant as Daniel Farraday pointed out in the Feb 14 2007 epi of the same name.  It will be Desmond who will guard the Hatch, and happily this time.

AND, we'll also see Kelvin (I hope) again. 

It was a good ride, fellow Lost-a-holics....the writing team has wasted years of our time to tell a story they could've told us in 3 seasons.  Then again, that's the beauty of television.  They've kept us intrigued and kept our attention tenfold, over any other story.

<the end>

I have enjoyed our time together, my Lost-a-holic friends--feel free to flame away....  but this is how the story will end.  There is simply no other way to conclude the story.

sad it's ending cheers
*Des8

PS)  hello Juggie, DebDeb, JR, Geronimo, Carlay, Thlay et all.  I have totally enjoyed our time together.  To Sledge, thank you for being so kind to provide this forum for us dorks who love LOST.  See you after the plane crash, my friends :)



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Theories & Speculation / Who is Abaddon?
« on: May 27, 2008, 04:26:41 PM »
Who is Amadon?  Personally, I think Amadon is Walt from the future.  I believe the clue to this lies in how he addresses Locke, "Mr. Locke" this, "Mr. Locke" that... the same vernacular Walt uses as a child.

Chew on that ;)

Can't wait until Thursday Cheers
*Des8

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Theories & Speculation / You Only Live Once: Theory
« on: May 01, 2008, 07:39:57 AM »
Those of us SLWSers who know me have always known I've said from the first airing of LTDA that the Hatch was ever-changing; that the events we were shown were not of the same time, but rather shown to the audience as if to make us believe we were watching sequential events--we were not.  I was right then, and I am vindicated now, although in a very different way that I really didn't see coming, with the exception of Jack .

The Swan Hatch was different in several scenes in the same episode; slight differences, yes, but the keyboard was a huge clue that we were to be looking at different timeframes.  At the time, I had posted pictures of Desmond, but also a picture of who is clearly JACK hopping out of the bunk bed on top, the one we think Desmond crawled out of.  They are both of two different physiques and we were shown that in LTDA.  Subsequent years of mostly not so engaging, but some clearly engaging epis have left us to conclude that time that we see on the Island is not as we know it.

I am a firm believer now more than ever that Desmond dies in some battle to save Penny in the present time we're shown, but that we were shown what might've been our very first flash forward when we first discovered Desmond/Jack in the hatch.

I believe Jack was so distraught over leaving the Island that he returned in either a different forward flash, or the scene we saw of him jumping out of the top bunk bed was a flashback.

I've also said for the last year that I believe most of our Losties have been to the Island before.  How would Locke know when it was to rain in the first pilot epi?  Locke has always been on a trek to discover the true identity of the Island, as if he's always been connected to it. 

Look at Jack, drinking on the plane before the crash yet saying "I'm not much of a drinker" although we know that to be untrue once he was "rescued."  Remember "Flashes Before Your Eyes" with Desmond...  I believe many have been there before and perhaps 815 or what we THINK was 815 was our Losties' way to get back to the Island, so as to fix whatever it is that went so horribly wrong the last time they were there.  I'm a firm believer most have been there before.

In essence, during the last four seasons, we've seen a compilation of various times each has been to or back to the Island, but not necessarily in the historical sequence.  The Swan Hatch in LTDA told us all we needed to know.  Although I must point out, the Producers said the secret was in the first 30 seconds of the pilot epi, which consisted of Jack running from the bamboo brush to the beach, without ever hearing a sound--he instinctly knew where to go, because he'd been there before.

Food for thodder....
Been There Before Cheers
*Des8

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Theories & Speculation / Nadia
« on: December 30, 2007, 04:59:07 AM »
Nadia's presence in Locke's flashback and in Charlie's was not by happenstance.  Remember that Nadia was working for a "medical research foundation" last we heard, and it would not surprise me, as I've written multiple times, that she will cross paths with Sayid again, but more than likely on the Island.

Pay attention to the dialogue and the story, rather than random speculation.  The reasonable idea is that we'll see her again, working for Dharma.

I believe that Nadia will play a bigger role than we'd imagined in the beginning, otherwise, why continue the story?

reasonable cheers
*Des8

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Theories & Speculation / The Wonderwall and Heroes
« on: May 04, 2007, 06:20:39 AM »
I decided to start this post because I think it has merit.  Doc Arzt at TheTailSection (thetailsection.com) has laid out a very concise theory for Locke being the LOST story's hero, but I have a rebuttal, of which I've posted there as well.

Heroes come in all shapes and sizes, from all walks of life, and from quite unexpected places.  Here is my idea, for what it's worth:

I, like many of you, have been absolutely glued to the television every Wednesday night that LOST has been on...I record the epis like many of you, go back and watch, post my own theories (most of which have turned out to be bunk), but I cannot let this one post go by without responding, or without presenting my own ideas about LOST.
 
I, like DocArzt, want very much to believe that Locke is our Hero, and in many ways he is.  I do believe that the story arch is now cruxed on Locke's journey--and I've always considered Locke to be the pinnacle of the show...  that is, until Desmond was introduced.  And there went my own theory about Locke saving the world into kaputz-land.  In fact, "Flashes Before Your Eyes" was the most paramount episode ever of LOST as far as I'm concerned. 
 
While many fans didn't like it, didn't understand it, or were too busy to pay attention to the intricate details the storytellers were leading us to, it is what it is.  "Flashes Before Your Eyes" was the singlemost episode to date that tells us where the LOST story is going.  While its tentacles lead to various other survivors, it is about an attempt at normalcy, to do the "good" thing, only to be shot down.  Yes, it is about redemption, but in a far more vicarious way than you or I could imagine.  It poses questions many of us feel uncomfortable answering, or even thinking about, to be honest.
 
If you could see the future and see an abomination upon mankind, or even upon just one person, would you sacrifice yourself to change it?  Would you, or could you be so selfless as to do so?  If you could go back in time, would you change the instances that led up to the anhilation of the masses?  I'd like to hope most of us would.  But I bet I'd be disappointed.  Anyone who would do so is not your "ordinary" hero.  Most anyone who would, would be your next door neighbor, someone you'd never expect to sacrifice himself to save humanity.
 
Desmond's path led him to where he is now, on the Island.  Make absolutely no mistake about it--Desmond is a hero to humanity--but he still doesn't fully realize it.  His path led him to where he is now and he accepted it, much unlike any other flashback we've seen.  Most others have landed upon the Island with no idea of who they were before they got there, let alone that they'd be "great people."  At least Desmond thought he was trying to "save the world."
 
"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, ...it is a far far better thing that I do than I have ever done before." are not lost on this LOST fan--not in the least.  The implications of his flashback are so far-strewn, one shouldn't even know where to begin.  The ability to alter the outcome of the future...and the burden that must carry must be insurmountable.
 
Desmond truly believed he was saving the world and in a way, I believe he was.  I'm not going to get as technical as DocA, although I could, but Desmond is right up there with Locke in the Hero theory.  David Desmond Hume is a HERO.  He has shown that he's been through altered time, and altered it to save people he's come to know.  The Producers actually hit a homerun imho when they showed Charlie playing the song, "Wonderwall" by Oasis, as Desmond approached Charlie in FBYE...the lyrics are these:
 
Today is gonna be the day
That they're gonna throw it back to you
By now you should've somehow
Realized what you gotta do
I don't believe that anybody
Feels the way I do about you now

Backbeat the word was on the street
That the fire in your heart is out
I'm sure you've heard it all before
But you never really had a doubt
I don't believe that anybody feels
The way I do about you now

And all the roads we have to walk along are winding
And all the lights that lead us there are blinding
There are many things that I would
Like to say to you
I don't know how

Because maybe
You're gonna be the one who saves me ?
And after all
You're my wonderwall

Today was gonna be the day?
But they'll never throw it back to you
By now you should've somehow
Realized what you're not to do
I don't believe that anybody
Feels the way I do
About you now

And all the roads that lead to you were winding
And all the lights that light the way are blinding
There are many things that I would like to say to you
I don't know how

I said maybe
You're gonna be the one who saves me ?
And after all
You're my wonderwall

I said maybe
You're gonna be the one who saves me ?
And after an
You're my wonderwall

Said maybe
You're gonna be the one that saves me
You're gonna be the one that saves me
You're gonna be the one that saves me


Ultimately, it was Desmond who saves Charlie, and others for now.  This song was paramount to understanding most every LOSTIE's stance to where they are now on the Island, as well.  Desmond's life plan is greater than we know right now.  DocA:  Fantastic article about Locke....I loved it!  But Desmond fits into the mix.  One Hero can't save us all.  We must believe we live in a society of many unsung heroes who will ultimately save us all.  Just ordinary people doing extraordinary things on behalf of their fellow man.
 
At least, that's how I hope my fellow man feels.
 
cheers doll
*Des8

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LOST Talk / LOST to set end-date
« on: January 14, 2007, 10:20:07 PM »
This article came out today:

http://www.tvweek.com/news.cms?newsId=11372

I'm not really sure what to think of it yet...

read on and comment
cheers
*Des8

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Theories & Speculation / Kelvin(Joe Inman)/SAYID/NADIA showdown
« on: November 25, 2006, 06:38:53 AM »
Okay folks, bear with me here....and let me know what you think, and please give your ideas freely.

First off, I don't think Kelvin is dead. Our Losties trekked over the area where Kelvin was left for dead 2 days after Desmond threw him down and there was no body. NONE to be found-- (for those of you who want to argue about the timeline--go back and rewatch S1 finale, MOSMOF, Adrift, The Other 48, and Collission)

Here's my idea and tell me what you think:
History:

Kelvin/Joe Inman was a CIA "spook" whom Sayid met during Gulf War 1--basically set him on his path to torture others in the name of the govt. Kelvin (if it is him and not Joe) volunteered to work for Dharma and became disenchanted with his button pushing mission and comandeered Desmond's sailboat upon which he would sail away--leaving Des to push the button in the hatch forever.

Sayid Jerrah was in love with his childhood sweetheart, Nadia, whom he let flee from an Iraqi prison during GW1. We later saw Nadia in Tustin, CA, having her home inspected by John Locke. We later learn in "The Greater Good" in S1 that Nadia is working for a "medical research foundation" by the CIA agents who roped Sayid into turning his Muslim friend in to the CIA--with deadly consequences. Sayid ultimately left Australia on 815 to LA in search of Nadia. (It should also be noted that this was not his original flight, but one of request after Sayid insisted on burying his Muslim friend within 24 hours of death, as is required by his religion.)


NOW HERE WE ARE:

I say this: Sayid will be in search of our Losties who are held captive by TheOthers--but will come across an interesting surprise: Sayid will recognize Kelvin/Joe Inman from GW1 and ultimately will run across Nadia on the Island (considering she's working for Dharma, but perhaps at another location) and it will turn into a showdown--perhaps her life for his, or vice the verse.

But will Kelvin/Joe Inman be from TheOthers, or TheOtherOthers? Remember, Kelvin referred to TheOthers as "the Hostiles" to Desmond in the hatch, which is a military term.... so I don't think he's on their side. It's a very specific military term meant to describe your enemy in the theater of combat.

It is possible Kelvin and Joe Inman are two different people--twins--and I've always subscribed to the twin theory. But for now, let's stick to the Sayid/Nadia/Kelvin/showdown.

Anyone else think it's possible?

cheers brothah
*Des8

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Episode 3x05 / MrEko Was Our Modern-Day Enkidu
« on: November 17, 2006, 05:16:48 AM »
Originally posted on The Black Rock:
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 Post subject: MrEko's Death--he was our modern day Enkidu
Posted: Mon Nov 13, 2006 1:59 pm   

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In S2, Collision, Locke is working on a crossword puzzle in which the clue is "Gilgamesh's companion" and the answer was "Enkidu...." It wasn't until S03E05 The Cost of Living that we found what the story meant and how it pertained to the dynamics between MrLocke and MrEko.

Mr. Enkidu in The Epic of Gilgamesh:


Enkidu is the quintessential savage person in the beginning of the epic:

the short version of the long story is that Enkidu was a man of the wild, protecting the wild animals from trappers. Trappers appealed to Gilgamesh to intervene, but Gilgamesh refused, only asking that they take a woman to Enkidu (as temptation) to remove him from his beastly ways. Ultimately, it worked and Enkidu became "civilized" and he and Gilgamesh became brothers of faith, if you will.

Later in the Epic, Enkidu assists Gilgamesh in his fight against the guardian monster of the Cedar forest. Enkidu kills several in the name of righteousness (despite his initial repulse for the idea), but ultimately dies to pay for his sins. The monster of the Cedar forest can only kill one--either Gilgamesh or Enkidu and it is ultimately Enkidu who will pay. The gods passed judgment that Enkidu had no justification for killing, so Gilgamesh was spared and it was Enkidu who bought the farm.

Before Enkidu died, he whispered to Gilgamesh that he too will pay for his sins. In the Third Tablet of the Epic of Gilgamesh, it is told that Enkidu ventures into the underworld, although it is believed by scholars that it was not part of the original Sumarian story and was later added.

In the end, Enkidu's death provided Gilgamesh with the drive to seek eternal life and happiness--it set him forth on his quest.


In LOST, MrLocke is Gilgamesh and MrEko was Enkidu--who refused to confess his sins and paid the ultimate price--judgment was passed and he was killed. Gilgamesh avenged Enkidu's death by judgment--but not through death, by searching for peaceful existence and eternal life.

Chew on that, Losties. MrEko's place in the LOST plot storyline was to advance MrLocke's search/quest--and to teach and remind him of and about about faith.
whatcha think?

cheers
*Des8
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Episode 3x01 / Who are the Two Cities--and not where, but who?
« on: October 06, 2006, 04:10:26 AM »
I just came up with this:

What if the "Tale of Two Cities" has to do directly with Juliette and Benry, and their way of dealing with people?

While Juliette wasn't exactly delicate--she was abusive when she felt she needed to be--she was not intentionally cruel.

I have no doubt that Benry was cruel to Kate when they met in private for her exodus for the zoo bear cage.

What if the "Tale of Two Cities" is relevant to the differences between Juliette and Benry?  Each are very driven people--each with their very distinct personalities, and with their own mechanisms in getting or obtaining the info they want?

It was apparent in the first 2 minutes that Juliette was upset--and also that she doesn't subscribe to Benry's overall demanding ideas--we were shown this with the book club.  Juliette is defiant of Benry, but she's good at what she does, yet in a friendly way.

I say the dual meaning and double entendreau of the epi name is directly correlant to Juliette and Benry.

For now, at least.
cheers
*Des8

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Episode 3x01 / The Psychological Skinner Box
« on: October 06, 2006, 12:04:49 AM »
Howdy.  First off, let me begin by saying that I really enjoyed last night's epi.  Many said they felt it lacked, while I do not share that same sentiment.  Here are my personal observations and why I named this topic as I did.

The Skinner Box:

After Sawyer, Jack and Kate were taken by Benry and TheOthers, each was placed in an environment which would best, initially, at least test their immediate survival skills and motivational triggers to escape.

First we see Kate, who is stripped of her regular attire and forced to wear a dress which she is clearly not used to wearing.  In other words, she was stripped initially of her comfort zone and made to feel quite vulnerable.  Benry makes her put on the handcuffs which serve as a reminder to her of her status as that of a fugitive--that she's not free, or may never be "free."

Next we see Jack, who is in his own glass Skinner Box--but his initial introduction to TheOthers' testing is more psychological, to determine his motivational triggers, to see what his trust issues are and what will ultimately be a trigger to "break" him--hence Juliette is his first contact and I don't believe it to be any surprise that she closely resembles Sarah.  What inevitably transpires between Juliette and Jack is the equivalent of a mindscrew and a few tests to see what his triggers are.

For example, there is the food issue which was used to determine his trust level of Juliette.  There was also the water room--which I believe was used to determine whether Jack would ultimately save Juliette, or would he let her drown to save himself?  In the end, Juliette knew Jack went to Australia to retrieve DrDrunk's body and used it as a point of reference to start off with...  Ultimately, his key motivator turned out to be Sarah.  Juliette also appealed to Jack's clinical/medical training as a way to break through trust barriers.  It would have done TheOthers no good to put Jack in a zoo cage as they did Sawyer, primarily because Jack's instinctst aren't that of an "in the wild" survivor, as they are Sawyer's.

Sawyer:
Sawyer was stuck into the zoo Skinner Box--which was the most basic and rudimentary  of experiments to see what he'd do to survive or escape.  Like both Jack and Kate, he was demeaned in the end by MrFriendly over the fish biscuit.  The rock was deliberately placed outside Sawyer's cage to see how long it'd take him to figure out how to work the Skinner Box for sustenance.  I believe Carl was an Other who was put there to measure Sawyer's trust level of another in captivity--and also to see if Sawyer would follow another's lead to escape.

If you remember, Carl tells Sawyer after he lets him out of the cage specifically to "run that way" and I believe it was to see if Sawyer would think for himself, under pressure would he do what someone else told him to do in a moment of crisis, and would he immediately look for his friends, or save himself?

In my opinion, the rest are symantecs, or methods to a means to determine each's initial psychological stance as of that moment in time.

I also think Kate was "presented" to Sawyer just as animals are in a zoo in a mating facility.  Also to observe their interaction with eachother.  Had Kate initially asked about Jack, I believe she'd have been paired up with Jack.

By the end of last night's epi, Jack was broken down, Kate was broken down (although we do not yet know what occurred before she was transferred to the zoo), and Sawyer was pretty much still intact until he saw how shaken Kate was.

What will be each's vulnerability next?  Who knows.

Just my observations and ideas, so flame away :)

staring in the mirror in a dress cheers
*Des8

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Spoiler Theories and Speculation / Fenry's Love Life
« on: October 02, 2006, 12:10:10 PM »
It was said in TV Guide this week by Michael Emerson, who plays Fake Henry Gale, that we'll see his love life of past...

My initial idea was this:

What if Fenry's love was Penny, the man to whom she was engaged while Desmond was in the hole in the Army, and she was actually looking for Fenry, not Desmond--having no idea Desmond was on the Island....THAT would blow my mind.

Another thought is this:

During S2 we learn that Nadia works for a "medical research foundation" and could it be possible that we run into Nadia on the Island--and that she is really Fenry's lover?  THAT would send Sayid into ape-o-sheeeeet-o mode--and open up an entirely new can of whoopass.

Post your thoughts, reactions and ideas here!  Let's be creative and see if we can figure it out before we see it.

cheers
*Des8

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General Spoiler Talk / S3 Spoilers from TV Guide
« on: October 02, 2006, 02:11:17 AM »
Ok fine people, if you don't want to know, don't read it, but this is what is in this week's TV Guide, and it's delicious, and you'll figure out why I'm particularly excited about once you read the part I love the most :)  My comments are in red and are clearly not included in the sneak peek.
1)  Oct 4 Premiere:
Belongs to Jack, who loses it in flashbacks when he suspects wife Sarah of having an affair with his boozin' Dad  (see, I TOLD you)

2)  Desmond turns up post-hatch explosion NAKED  (dear God, please don't do this to a good God-fearing woman who happens to have the hots for her beloved Scot)
"I had a G-string on," Cusick says of shooting the scene for the first episode.  "The more I wore it, the more comfortable I felt."  Pause.  "That can't be good, can it?"  um, yes it can

3)  The real name of Henry Gale (Michael Emerson) is revealed -- as is the identity of his past love.  "It's interesting," Emerson says, "to think of Henry with a love life."

4) The October 11 episode:  is Locke-centric and features a trippy airport-set dream sequence, reveals Dominic Monaghan (Charlie):  "Hurley behind the Oceanic Airlines counter, Desmond's the pilot, and Charlie and Claire are married."  (but will Desmond be naked on the plane???? :)--I hope so)

5.  Who's the father of Sun's baby?  Don't expect that mystery to be solved anytime soon.  According to Yunjim Kim (Sun), producers told her, "It's gonna be the finale when we find out.  Like the very end of Lost."  WOWZA... what if Sun's parents set her up with the Hotelier to impregnate her--since most people speculate that Mr Paik is associated with or bankrolling The Dharma Initiative?

Well, those are the only spoilers that have been officially let out by the stars themselves and even Stephen King said in EW that the producers are very tight lipped.  I don't think cast members would be spewing out info they weren't cleared to, to begin with.

T minus 3 days until LOST day and....
Desmond Naked Day!

cheers
*Des8

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