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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by jkeegan, May 6, 2009.
Goddamn Kate.. Get the hell out of the sub.
How damned cool would it be if we saw a scene where John tells Christian to go tell John to fix the wheel, and it turns out that every single mystical thing we've heard on the island has all been caused by John??
Oh.. and Jack is an idiot.
The sub leaving the island looked CGI-ish to me.
So Lock wants a hundred witnesses, pretty damn smart.
What year are Sun, Locke, and Ben in? I thought they were in 2007 but they run into the other Locke from 2004. How did that happen?
What a shocker at the end.
Yep, Jack's an idiot.
Ben has absolutely no idea what is going on! He appears genuinely shocked about John's plan.
I'm really getting tired of Kate's problem-solving approach. I was actually disappointed to she that she didn't get shot before Sayid shot the Other.
Only 166.75 hours to go...
No... John got shot, and then there was a flash, and then he happened on the crashed plane. So he was in 2007 for a few minutes.
When we saw that scene the first time, Locke was jumping backward and forward in time. It was just before he "fixed" the wheel and stopped the jumping.
Apparently, he was briefly in 2007 during all that jumping.
What we don't know (and what shocked Ben) was how Locke knew that he, Ben and Richard were right at that particular moment. How he knew "exactly where to be."
But Richard said he hasn't seen Locke for three years.
In 2007 he had NOT seen Locke for 3 years since 2004.
Never mind, I understand now. Locke jumped into the future briefly after the second plane wreck.
Thought so in Season One, "Jack must die!"
Gotta luv Sawyer & Juliette, all lovey dovey and then...in comes Kate.
Why women hate threesomes I'll never understand.
2004 -2007 is three years. Richard last saw John right before Ben turned the wheel, then John vanished. John is back on the island 3 years later.
LOVE the new psycho-Locke. After three seasons of being mentioned it's nice that someone is finally calling out Jacob. Determined, edgy, psycho-locke is much better then "WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO DOOOOO?" Locke.
I feel like I missed something because I don't understand, at all, how detonating a hydrogen bomb is gonna prevent anything. Maybe I just don't understand H-bombs but will it not descimate the island and all of it's inhabitants? Are Jack and Ellie doing it knowing it's gonna kill them? I'm confused on that.
edit: Spoiler about next week's Previews
I'm also not a fan of this whole 815'ers against each other out of nowhere. The preview for the finale made it look like it's all about them clashing--there are other existing conflicts to deal with, lets not introduce new ones, lol. Just I get what's happening, Jack and Sayid are trying to detonate the bomb, essentially destroying the island and thus their plane will never crash on it, while the other survivors feel that it won't work and try to stop them? I'm just not sure I'm 100% on everyone's motivations and agendas at this point.
I actually loved the Sawyer/Juliet scene at the end and was annoyed that they finally had a solid, drama free moment, and then Kate shows up. Over the Kate thing. Hopefully that goes away after the finale.
I for one did not expect my man Locke to be on a mission to kill Jacob.
Kinda ironic to see Kate implying that Jack was sounding like Locke. Even self-absorbed Jack should have a clue that Kate would not be all that happy to land in LA in 2004. Hello!
My guess is that the island energy force is what's termed 'negative energy' in physics and in the sci-fi science of LOST, the positive real world energy of the bomb would offset it. Probably not 100% though, thus "The Incident".
mrdazzo7, I just skipped your post. Please go back and spoiler anything about the finale - previews for next week are spoiler material and some of us torture ourselves not to see it because we want to keep it all a surprise - and to have it then spoiled means we lose twice.
Interesting aspects tonite...
Richard tells Sun he saw the Oceanic Six et. al. (OK minus a couple) all die back in '77
Locke re-invigorated, actually giving new depth to the term, and confidently purposefull
Great seeing the all knowing, 3 steps ahead thinking, smug Ben completely flummoxed
Glad to see Sayid back on the scene. His body count continues to escallate!
The Island told Locke the time & place of the Richard bullet rescue and now Locke is out to kill Jacob. The events are related.
Me, I love the Kate and Juliette together scenes. Now if there were only some light rain and mud for them to wrestle, so to speak, with their antipathy. But I digress.
Candle guy to Hurley: Who is the president?
Wife and I had a good laugh at that one, recalling Hurley's worry about just that question and Sawyer telling him to relax, that it's not a game show. (Or there wouldn't be a test or whatever.) And then I loved it that he just folded after that.