Plus Penny and Desmond of course, who weren't part of the 6 anyway. The statement 'the island needs you, go back before it's too late' was backwards. When the valve is shut, The area immediately around the valve is subjected to its own minor temporary stable wormhole. The Orchid When we last left the scene, Ben had turned himself in to Keamy and crew and had given directions to Locke on how to get into the Orchid. It's funny how both Desmonds are essentially driven by the same goal, with only one succeeding. But they kept us guessing the whole episode long! So many things happened it's hard to wrap my mind around all of it.
Once again, there's a large comments section ready and willing for some theories! Hmmmmm Wasn't there supposed to be consequences to summoning the Smoke Monster too? Season 6 of Lost is quite possibly the most scrutinized season of television in history. Oh my God, wasn't that one great scene? I like how someone mentioned vincent. It was awesome seeing Penny reunite with Desmond. I also read that maybe having Shephard in the coffin was one of the reasons the plane crashed on the island, similar to having Locke with them would allow them to get back as well. I can't remember who said that to whom? I know Season 4 was absolutely critical in order for us to know more of the future of this great show, but was Season 4 the best we've seen? The mere fact that Mr. Lost is about relationships and before we can understand the dynamic behind the various relationships that develop over the course of a season, we need to understand what motivates these characters.
The island in not so uninhabited and quiet as it seems at first sight. But they keep starting at it. The entire first season is handled like one long introduction, barely scratching the surface of what the universe has to offer. All the way from heartlessly dooming people on the freighter to death to sacrificing himself for the island. So who killed Locke, Widmore or Ben? Suddenly, it seemed like the writers and producers had been listening to fan concerns as they successfully resolved many lingering plot points and gave us a renewed interest in the series' core mysteries. Still gotta learn about the Black Rock and Rousseau's Expedition.
Locke is the new leader: Well yeah, of course, if Ben ever left the island or died, I knew Locke had to be the new leader of the Others. The Frozen Donkey Wheel We join Ben and Locke back in the Orchid to resume our tale. But how about Boone dying? After falling in love with that, I realized that I would probably like Lost a lot as well. The Man in Black tests the survivors like never before. As we learn in Hurley's flash forward from the season premiere , he apologizes to Jack for going with Locke.
Bo grows in the family of ordinary people, not realizing that she is not like everyone else. We begin to piece together that time travel has been on the agenda for a long, long time, then the instruction video cements the notion. And would seem to be the other 4's motivation to be angry with Jack. Well, I guess we had already seen Sawyer jump off the chopper in the previews, but we had really feared for the worst with it! Well, no sense in delaying folks, we have a lot of ground to cover. This exotic matter has a temperature of absolute zero, and a negative mass which is more powerful than any vacuum. But when four strangers arrive on the island via helicopter, Jack Matthew Fox and others begin to question the intentions of their supposed rescuers: physicist Daniel Faraday Jeremy Davies , cultural anthropologist Charlotte Lewis Rebecca Mader , medium Miles Straume Ken Leung and pilot Frank Lapidus Jeff Fahey. And now we have the meeting of the 3 minds Ben, Locke and Jack.
The Island would simply disappear. But yeah, I do remember Cassidy saying Alburquerque now that you mention it. Desmond's story is leaps and bounds more exciting than the rest of the new cast. Man do I want a happy ending for those two! Maybe Ben was saying that he left right when the Oceanic 6 left as well? Kate Austen was given very little to do this season besides being involved in an uninspired love triangle between Sawyer and Jack. But when it comes to Lost, viewers who know their philosophers have a distinct advantage. Even though they are being called the Oceanic 6, the press was told that 8 people survived the plane crash then Boone, Libby and Charlie died.
Everything that is being done is to get Jack and Aaron back on the island. One more thing - about Aaron. They can't make it anywhere else. Interesting on how Locke could possibly be the Economist, but I don't think that Locke would be traveling to Germany, but maybe the island told him too, lol. It did seem like the deck of the freighter was empty five seconds before it blew, and if Jin made a deep dive off the bow, he could have avoided getting blown to bits. While this was not the most secret scene of the episode, you can sure see where they got it from! Throughout my reviews over the course of this season I've used the term 'character study' a few times to describe various episodes.
On with Season 5 then!!! Liked the return of cold-hearted Ben when his reaction to innocents dying on the boat was 'so! What I am trying to say is that maybe Ben has no way of finding the island since he moved it, but knows that the island will bring Locke's body back and as long as Ben is with it, he can get back to the island as well. The other mouth looks for a place to connect. And I'm sure you're all impatiently waiting for the blog. We have confirmd both of these! Someone that clearly Kate is not a fan of, and apparently Jack wasn't either. The temperature would quickly drop. Jack promises that once they reach the freighter, they'll come back to look for Claire.
Nothing is ever explicitly laid out and at the end of the day it's only one flawed theory amongst many, but it's this kind of subtlety in storytelling that sets Lost a part from the rest of the pack. But there are now rumors that Charlotte might be Annie's daughter and Ben was the father and shipped Annie off to not die due to childbirthing issues on the island. It's a tragic story for John Locke who has spent the last four seasons in the belief that the survivors of Flight 815 are tied by a single destiny but only in death does he finally make people believe. Also, after watching episode 10 or so I noticed your Walking Dead blogs, so I'll be sure to check in on those with the second half of season 6 and on and add to the comments section. Jin can you tell me what happens? Rather, the highway now goes around it.