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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by nrrhgreg, Apr 24, 2008.
No, it was some other more advanced strategy / war game.
Well, to be fair he tried to save them too. But they were so red-shirted they couldn't understand "get down!" even in the context of watching their buddies get blown away one by one.
No, I think it was to talk to Widemore.
They are trying to confuse us with time. Or, I'm easily confused, that's entirely possible.
Once again, I can't help but think that Keame (sp?) has the looks and mannerisms of Christopher Walken.....it's like they must be related or something
Watching it again with my wife....
What about that look that the check in girl gave Ben when he got to the hotel and mentioned the name Ben Moriarty
Why did it seem like Sayid didn't realize that it was Ben on the roof taking the pic until he tackled him? Who did he think it was?
Paparazzi. They were all over him when Ben saw Sayid on television.
Huh. Well, I guess I can stop watching now.
I'm wondering if the time travel/teleportation device has to bounce the traveller through either the North or South Pole (which ever one has polar bears) -- if you're going to experiment with animals, why pick polar bears, unless they are particularly easy to get to your location...
Also, could this device related to the 'magic box' that brought Locke's Father to the Island? (I think its safe to assume it can bring people back to the Island).
I read your first post about Keamy, and looked the guy up. When I saw his other credits, I thought, "I bet SG1 is where BeanmMeScot has seen him.
I think I'm spending too much time around here.
Thanks! It wasn't meant to answer all the questions but to put together what we have learned in a reasonable way. I thought it fit together pretty well. It remains to be seen how far off it really is.
Maybe I'm just too predictable!
I tend to agree with this comment. He may have even, in fact, somehow sent a message to himself so that he would know what/when to act regarding the changing of the rules, but it's unlikely that the "cold" Ben is in the same continuum as the "shocked" Ben.
I think most of us are confused. We then come to this thread to see what the smart people are saying, so we can then say we understand everything
That was the best Lost episode in a looooong time.
Works for me.....
Either that, or Kate wakes up and finds Jack in the shower.
And then we have to listen to people complain for months that it wasn't the other way around.
ow!.. now that's just cruel!
Well, they've always said they had it planned out from the beginning, and I believe them.
But they never said it was an intricate, carefully thought-out plan!
Now, now. Jack's not dead. He will be soon, though, and they've already told us that's when the zombie season will start. Sounds like a plan to me.
I heard on the internet that Damon Lindelof has always wanted to do a zombie TV show but couldn't get the networks to greenlight it. So he set up Lost to evolve into one.
I heard it on the internet, so it must be true.
(Or did I make it up myself? OK, now I'm confused...)