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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by holee, Mar 2, 2005.
Why didn't Hurley ask the French lady if she new Sam?
Read Douglas Adams' "Hitchhickers' Guide to the Galaxy"..... its all explained there.
Don't think I agree - that's what you do if you're a thoughtful person and you are sharing a remote island with a pregnant woman. No coincidence there.
Why didn't Hurley tie the woman up and beat lots more information out of her!! Like who was Ethan, what is the monster, when is JJ Abrams gonna let us in on a secret! That whole scene made me mad. Oh, there is a radio tower...great. HOW DID IT GET THERE?!
4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42
Maybe totally off the wall, but when I see these numbers, I keep getting the phrase:
for 815, 16 .. Then I lose it on the 23, 42 .. I want to say "years" in this spot, but I cannot make it work.
The other thing that these numbers gave us was our first true link to the outside world. We now know that these numbers were heard from the island 16 years ago .. In addition, we know that Roussou(sp?) changed the message (and probably reset the counter) at that time. So, the message has been running for longer than the original 16 years that we suspected.
Can someone post a pic of the capsule with the numbers shown at the end?
I would have called it a bunker, not a capsule...
So the real question is does this capsule/bunker hold the key to the island and how do we get in it.
Well, we don't know what else he might've asked or been told. We don't know he didn't feel he could come back anytime. We don't know she's any more clued in even after 16 years than the more recent survivors.
We also know that she moved her camp so where is her new camp?
Oh the other thing I keep on forgetting to mention.....they found the power cable. They have twice followed it into the woods but never gone to the sea. there might be something out there just offshore. Plus when they found where it went into the ground I would have started digging right there.....
The way I see it, Hurley was overcome with relief. He just realized that there was some kind of external force driving his fortune... The biggest question in his life was answered and he now knows that it wasn't his fault. I can see how he might not have pushed the French Lady for more information.
I assumed that the listening post that Sam and Lenny were at is the island. But that would have put them there during the time of the French Lady (she's been there for 16 years, and it was 4 years ago that the guys left the island right?). But that would explain why a radio tower is on the island and perhaps why there is a bunker.
Weren't a lot of nuclear bombs tested on Pacific atolls?
Is that Lost season finale thread real spoilers? Or possible spoilers?
ya we do test a lot on pacific islands. We dont do nuclear stuff but we test the reentry vehicles (A nuclear delivery system) and their accuracy. Think the bomb minus the bomb.
Don't even get me started on that power cable! I swear, the people just have no curiosity!
And as has been noted, we don't know what happened between them after the camera cut away. He may have beaten her to within an inch or her life. He may have murdered her. They may have played D&D. Or, more likely, she recognized him as somebody who's as nuts as she is, and spilled her guts gladly.
Darn, I was hoping they were situated in a manner that meant something, like a date. Just another mystery.
Best. Episode. Yet. ??
Maybe, I dunno?
There are so many that are awesome!
I caught the "Box company in Tustin" as being the one Locke worked for immediately. The wording and voice inflection of the way the financial advisor described the company was identical to how Locke described it to boone.
Locke: "I worked for a box company [pause], yeah, we made boxes..."
Financial advisor: "Your box company in Tustin is way up. [pause], yeah, they make boxes... people need boxes..."
I'm still not sure that cable is a power cable. It seems to have only one "conductor" for one thing. I think it may be some kind of tether. Of course, that still doesn't explain where the power comes from.
"She says 'hey'". Yep, absolutely priceless line, beautifully delivered.
Well, it definately has some type of rubberized coating on it which makes me think it's not some kind of tether cable which I would assume would just look like twisted steel.
I use stuff like that all the time at work. Its just a big outer shell with multiple conductors inside. If you're thinking that it is like your average roadside powerline......well lets just say you wouldn't want to touch it like they were if it were live.