Lost - 3/2/05 - Untagged Spoilers

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  1. Mar 2, 2005 #41 of 444
    spot1x

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    What was that concrete/metal thing at the very end with the number etched on it? Anybody know?
     
  2. Mar 2, 2005 #42 of 444
    whitson77

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    The hatch where boone and Locke are working.
     
  3. Mar 2, 2005 #43 of 444
    spot1x

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    Ahhh cool missed that...

    thanks
     
  4. Mar 2, 2005 #44 of 444
    tanstaafl

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    Just to add more things to discuss, Sawyer's latest book is A Wrinkle in Time.

    Now that should stir up some speculation!
     
  5. Mar 2, 2005 #45 of 444
    hefe

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    A few more items...

    I quoted it before, but it didn't hit me until now...How many weeks had the lottery gone without a winner? 16

    What game was the crazy guy, Lenny, playing in the mental hospital? Connect 4.
     
  6. Mar 2, 2005 #46 of 444
    hefe

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    I am thinking Hurley may have been a mental patient at one time. Twice he asserted "I'm not crazy," and he glared at Charlie when he said he was acting like a lunatic.

    And the crazy French chick saw something in him that made her open up. Crazy likes crazy. :D
     
  7. Mar 3, 2005 #47 of 444
    hefe

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    It was 48, but at the time they said that, they hadn't discovered the pilot yet.


    Hey, now we've met 2 folks in Australia with fake limbs. The woman tonight, and the rancher that Kate worked for.
     
  8. Mar 3, 2005 #48 of 444
    niea_7

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    I agree. How would the doctor there have recognized him and commented that he didn't think he was that close to Lenny? I thought that maybe Hurley volunteered there, but now I don't think so. I think Hurley was a patient there, which is how he got to know everyone and why he's so sensitive to being called "crazy".
     
  9. Mar 3, 2005 #49 of 444
    lpamelaa

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    I loved this episode. More answers, more questions and more tie-ins.

    I'm sure the box company HUGO (ahahaha) owned in Houston was the one Locke worked at.

    Haven't heard this mentioned yet....Lenny & Sam heard the broadcast numbers 16 years ago. Sayid calculated that the transmission began looping 16 years ago. Rousseau confirmed this by revealing why her ship went off course. So Rousseau and Sam/Lenny must have heard the same transmission. Can't remember...where were Sam/Lenny monitoring signals from?

    New questions:
    1) Why did HUGO (ahahahaha) spend time in a mental ward. I assume this is what he was referring to when saying he'd put his family through a lot.

    2) How exactly did Rousseau's crewmates become "sick"?

    3)

    ok, forget it, my fingers will fall off if I type all my questions!
     
  10. Mar 3, 2005 #50 of 444
    hefe

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    Answers:

    The box company was in Tustin. When Hurley took a census several episodes ago, Locke revealed that he lived most of his life in Tustin, California.

    Forgot the 16 years part, another 16 to add to the number coincidences...
    Sam and Lenny were in the Navy in the Pacific scanning for transmisisons somewhere in the Pacific.

    We never got much more than that about the sickness, except that it happened after they returned from "black rock."

    And another thing...
    When Hurley took the census, Ethan Rom said he was from Ontario, and Hurley said, "Right on. Love Canada." His overinsured sneaker factory was in Canada.

    And another, another thing...Hurley's financial guy said that his orange futures did very well when the storm hit Florida...Locke made a creepy smile at Kate in the first episode with an orange peel in his mouth. I remembered that because it reminded me of the symbolism of oranges in the Godfather.
    [​IMG]
     
  11. Mar 3, 2005 #51 of 444
    transpizzle

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    I agree, I posted a little while ago I thought he may have had some mental illness.
     
  12. Mar 3, 2005 #52 of 444
    A.C.

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    He also mentioned how he had "put his family through a lot lately" at the press conference.....
     
  13. Mar 3, 2005 #53 of 444
    hefe

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    Man there's a lot of stuff intersecting...Recap...

    Numbers:
    Lottery: 4-8-15-16-23-42
    Lenny's game at the hospital, Connect 4
    Years since Sam killed himself...4
    Years since grandpa's pacemaker was installed...4
    Number of people that died in the sneaker factory fire...8
    Number of weeks without a lottery winner...16
    Number of years the French transmission was playing...16
    Flight number of the plane...815
    Safe Deposit box number...815

    Let me guess...Claire will give birth in her 42nd week. :D

    Boxes:
    Jack's father (casket)
    Kate's safe deposit box
    Rousseau's music box
    The box that Michael's letters to Walt were kept in.
    Locke working in the box factory
    Hurley owning the box factory
    Lenny shouting when he heard that Hugo used the numbers, "You've opened the box!"
     
  14. Mar 3, 2005 #54 of 444
    jami

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    I loved Hurley's comment to Sayid. "She says 'hey'". That line had me laughing out loud. His delivery is just priceless!

    So he bonded enough with Frenchie to get her to give him a battery. Yet, they part ways and no more mention (on camera, at least) is made of her. I would think that there would be many more questions from the others.
     
  15. Mar 3, 2005 #55 of 444
    spot1x

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    was lock building the crib in clairs dream or am i remembering incorrectly?
     
  16. Mar 3, 2005 #56 of 444
    hefe

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    In the dream, Locke is sitting at a table turning over cards. Claire runs into the jungle where there is an empty white crib with a mobile hanging above it with Oceanic airplanes on it. She reaches into the white blanket and comes out with blood on her hands.

    [​IMG]
     
  17. Mar 3, 2005 #57 of 444
    lpamelaa

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    We've interpretted several people as being possibly "responsible" for the plane crash.

    1) Walt -- did he "wish" it to crash?
    2) Claire -- her baby CANNOT be raised by another
    3) Hurley -- unlucky lottery numbers

    Yet it's benefitted some of the survivors

    1) Locke -- returned use of his legs
    2) Charlie -- unhooked from heroin

    And it's in the possible process of redeeming others (Sawyer, Sayid, Boone, Shannon, Jin, Jack and Kate). I'm not sure where I'm going with this...just typing out loud.
     
  18. Mar 3, 2005 #58 of 444
    lpamelaa

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    One more thought...this was the second time a survivor talked about his past life and wasn't believed.

    1) Locke told some one (Boone?) he worked at a box company and got the response "Yeah, right."
    2) Hurley told Charlie about his net worth of $156 million and wasnt believed.

    Did this happen to anyone else?
     
  19. Mar 3, 2005 #59 of 444
    Amnesia

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    Well, JJ seems to have a thing for 47 and
    (8-4) = 4 and (15-8) = 7
     
  20. Mar 3, 2005 #60 of 444
    Sinuralan

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    Hurley's luck doesn't seem to have been particularly bad on the island. Or rather, the luck of those around him. Not to the degree they were showing in his before life. Perhaps he finally found a way to rid himself of the money (being stranded), and thus is free?
     

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