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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by jkeegan, May 23, 2010.
I like it.
I've ignored the last 20 pages of this thread, but I'm going to wrap up any further thoughts about Lost with Teddy Bear Locke:
Yeah I still don't know that it always existed.. Christian said that Jack and his friends created it.. I'm still up on the air as to whether they created the whole thing, or just some part of it where they'd hook up, or whatever.
And by the way, you're welcome! Let me know if there's anything else I can ruin for you.
Even though you already said you're welcome, I'll specifically say thank you, if just to see that image on the screen again in this reply.
Maybe the teddy bear we've been seeing was originally MiB's (made out of really really well woven cloth), and was named Rosebud.
That reminds me of a time a friend and I saw a 'Pétanque Field' labeled on a park map, and never having heard of 'Pétanque' we wandered over to see what it was. It turned out to be a big patch of dirt in the park and we were somewhat disappointed until two older men came along and started playing the game (they brought their own equipment).
My friend and I stood and watched them for about 15-20 minutes, speculating on the rules of the game based on what we observed. Eventually we introduced ourselves and asked them what the game was and how it was played. It turns out Pétanque is French Bocce with maybe 5 or so simple rules. From observation, we had well over two dozen insanely complicated rules for a very elaborate game that probably would've been nothing like what the men were playing in practice....and we learned that you can't deduce the rules of a game by watching a game unfold and working your way backwards.
I like to think it's actually Teddy Bear Flocke, showing he has a fuzzy soft spot left.
Does anyone remember the context of this scene? What season? Nothing about Locke with it on Lostpedia.
PS: Dibs on Teddy Bear Locke (and or Flocke) as a band name
I read that twice and it makes not the slightest bit of sense to me. Also, what is is based on? Where do we see everyone becoming soulless zombies? And---it says that if we become soulless zombies, we THEN need each other to enter the afterlife----um----HUH?!?
that's what I went through trying to figure out baseball...the same throw is sometimes a ball and sometimes a strike...foul off? sometimes a strike and sometimes not...it was maddening!
Many people cared about explanations because that is the way the writers made the show...to keep us guessing and talking. It was presented in a way to keep us looking for answers, and they did a brilliant job at presenting it that way.
This is why I canceled my subscription to EW.
The writing is pretty awful...
Me too please.
OK, I have to share this...too good not to!!!
Sorry but that was seriously lame
My husband has kept up with Lost, but has slowly lost enthusiasm.
He got around to watching the finale. He said, "If I had known they were going to do that good a job, I would have paid closer attention the last couple seasons."
I thought Rowling said that Neville married Hannah Abbott, but when I checked the epilogue it wasn't there. It may be one of the things she said in numerous interviews after Deathly Hallows, or I could have just gotten myself confused.
Great story! And makes my point at the same time.
Well maybe you can't.
LOST Season 6 DVDs To Feature LOST Epilogue with Hurley & Ben
I hope this isn't a smeek, I'm on my phone and a few posts behind, but found this exciting news. I was hoping this was something they filmed for th DVDs.
I'd expect that to be pretty lightharted.
It'd be funny if they were in charge for like some insanely ridiculous run, like 25000 years, and they try to depict what people would look like etc.