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An Early Warning about the "Lost" Season Finale Review

Update! It's 6 a.m. and I just finished the first draft. As such, I don't expect to have the final version up until after 2 p.m. today. My apologies! The finale was HUGE!

Since the "Lost" finale is two hours, I anticipate it taking me twice as long to pump out the review. This means I'm going to be up until the wee hours of the night (and probably the wee hours of the morning), working on this beast. As such, I don't expect to have it posted until after 2 p.m. Eastern tomorrow.

I wish I could publish the review faster, but sleep and life and work and all those non-"Lost" things still require my attention.

So, rest assured, the review will be published tomorrow (or today, depending when you're reading this), it'll just be later than usual.

Thanks and enjoy the finale! -- Mac

BLASPHEME! We want the review by midnight! Just write it as you watch the show...

Actually, please take your time Big Mac, and don't feel pressured to even get it done by noon. As this is the last episode/review we'll be able to read and comment on for a long while, it's not going to hurt us to get it later. Afterall good things come to those who wait! I'm reminded of a certain ketchup jingle...

Anticipaaa-'s making me wait...!

#1. Posted by: JoePike at May 24, 2006 2:40 PM

LOL! I like that idea: a stream-of-consciousness review ;)

#2. Posted by: mac at May 24, 2006 2:42 PM

You should do it in installments so we can gradually be weaned off the show. A little this week, a little next, etc. In a month we might have less serious withdrawal symptoms than if we were just cut off completely. ;)

#3. Posted by: shannon at May 24, 2006 3:00 PM

I like the installments idea, but you could take it a step further and hide paragraphs of your review all over the internet and post cryptic clues that we have to decipher each day to find each review-chunk until we can piece together the whole review.

#4. Posted by: t-code-j at May 24, 2006 3:12 PM

If you watch Jimmy Kimmel tonight, Hanso Foundation representative Hugh McIntyre will reveal the location of the first paragraph of tomorrow's review ;)

#5. Posted by: mac at May 24, 2006 3:17 PM


gonna be tough when its over

#6. Posted by: Phil Zoop at May 24, 2006 4:31 PM

Say Mac,

A little section like this, away from the reviews, would be a nice place for people to post over the summer... (hint hint)

Don't bother until sometime in June though, we'll be 'yapping' in the review for at least a week, I suspect.

Someone told me our good friend "Da Monsta" is back tonight... sure hope so!

Liftoff in 3 hours, 42(!) minutes... ;)

#7. Posted by: The Duf at May 24, 2006 5:18 PM

Mac, are you on the east coast? I thought you were based out of the west coast....

#8. Posted by: Vikki at May 24, 2006 6:05 PM

Nope. Fodder World Headquarters is in Boston.

#9. Posted by: mac at May 24, 2006 6:06 PM

Yeah!!!! Shannon got it right.

Pure installments mania.

So many good shows(24, BSG, Lost, DW, AI)so little material. All these shows air months later here in Mexico City, even in CATV. Over here we are just past 23 psalm and in BSG yesterday just aired Pegasus. DAMN!

#10. Posted by: djjoeycool at May 24, 2006 6:36 PM

by the way, GO MAC GO!!!!

excellent job my unknown friend
regards from Mexico City.......

#11. Posted by: djjoeycool at May 24, 2006 6:41 PM

Hey Mac! I'm sure you want a break during the summer...BUT... If they show any re-runs have you thought about re-posting any of your "original" reviews
I think it is cool to read all of the original thoughts - before we knew what was going to happen! Maybe post them in a more current place, with out the original "comments" at the bottom, that way everyone could comment again!

I may be a dork - but it might be fun!

If not, I'll be looking forward to Season 3! Go Orioles! (yeah they suck...but whatever!)

#12. Posted by: MattR at May 24, 2006 7:11 PM

Man, can't wait to see the review, mac... so much to talk about. For one thing, I loved the fact that we finally found out that some viewer theories have been right about a few things (this should put a rest to some of those "ever go back and read all those old theories from Season 1 and see how dumb we look? we'll never know what's going on, so why theorize?" posts that were getting kind of tiresome)...

save joop,

#13. Posted by: biohazard at May 25, 2006 12:02 AM

Apparently, Desmond's girlfriend had been looking for him for a long time. I wonder how they knew to look for a magnetic anomaly. This show does eliminate my theory that the only survivors were on the island and that the rest of the world had experienced a giant cataclysm. :)

So I've got the summer to come up with a new wacky theory now!

#14. Posted by: Maurice Tift at May 25, 2006 12:48 AM

Isn't Sayid gonna save the day here ? I know he's lurking...
Michael and Walt should go rally the losties back at camp for a rescue mish.

"we're gonna need a bigger boat"

#15. Posted by: thinng at May 25, 2006 2:36 AM

I think were all just gratefull you will be writing the review in the first place!!

dont tire yourself to much mac we badly need your enlightened reviews for season 3. Your health is more important to us now than ever!

#16. Posted by: liam at May 25, 2006 4:32 AM

I can't wait to see this review! =) and it really doesn't matter how long you take! were all happy and grateful that you actually write it =)


#17. Posted by: xgwx at May 25, 2006 6:03 AM

Desmond's girlfriend last name is Widmore -- isn't there a Widmore associated with the Hanso Foundation? The name sounded wicked familiar. Please advise otherwise.

#18. Posted by: schiano at May 25, 2006 7:32 AM

In what language were those men speaking? For a minute I thought it was the next show. Kelvin is Zeke?? How will Michael explain where he is and the boat (from being on the plane)? Who is Desmond's girlfriend's father (he looks familiar)? Is Charlie an other? Why do they want to simulate lockdowns so frequently (Desmond and Kelvin)? Was that Dharma wine? I have a hundred more of thes, but I'll refrain...

#19. Posted by: meg at May 25, 2006 8:12 AM

Kelvin is NOT Zeke. They are 2 completely different people. Desmond accidentally killed Kelvin. Zeke lives!

They simulated the lockdowns so much so Kelvin could keep adding to the drawing.

Charlie is not an Other. What made you think that?

#20. Posted by: JoePike at May 25, 2006 8:19 AM

what the hell was going on near the end when jack and kate were smiling and communicating with blinks, sawyer looked puzzled?!

also now hoefully desmonds wife will come to the rescue, who would have thought that they had the others leader locked up!

#21. Posted by: adam at May 25, 2006 8:50 AM

Really looking forward to it, thanks! ;-)

#22. Posted by: Chris Meisenzahl at May 25, 2006 9:08 AM

"isn't there a Widmore associated with the Hanso Foundation"

I'd have to guess so, because in a quick clip that showed a pic of Widmore, there was a bio of sorts that mentioned he was a philanthropist. I immediately thought that somehow, Widmore's way of getting rid of Desmond was to have Desmond head off in a boat to an island that he knew would draw him in and never let him go. And lo and behold a stranger, Libby, gives him just the boat he needs! Coincidence?! I think not!

#23. Posted by: Amadeus at May 25, 2006 9:09 AM

Mac- the finale was insane. The writers are off hte hook- I was up, tossing and turning all night long...Did Libby work for Widmore? Where did the other tailies go (who were "captured" by the Hostiles in '48 Days')? The kids with the teddy bears? Will Michael and Walt really leave the island or is another trap? Henry Gale is "him"?!?!?
Loving every minute of it!! btw...Best scene of the night...the giant pile of tubes with notebooks inside from the Pearl Station. NUTS!

#24. Posted by: sillygirl0630 at May 25, 2006 9:11 AM

who would have thought that they had the others leader locked up!

Actually, Adam, I said that a long time ago, just no one believed me. (Sorry, had to gloat on that one a little ;D)

#25. Posted by: IcebergSlimm at May 25, 2006 9:29 AM

What was with the see through bird that michael tried to shoot?

#26. Posted by: Dimitri at May 25, 2006 9:32 AM

I thought Charlie was suspicious because of the way he avoided telling Claire about what happened. He came back and didn't even mention anything that went on, and I thought it was HUGE. Then he said he didn't know where the other two were, Eko and Locke, and made light of the sky lighting up. It seemed strange that the Others really didn't seem to know what was going on either.

#27. Posted by: meg at May 25, 2006 9:33 AM

FYI, WIDMORE is the name that was on the pregnancy test that Sun took and on the side of the balloon that henry gale rode on.

#28. Posted by: Dimitri at May 25, 2006 9:37 AM

Also Widmore is on the a construction sign in a Charlie flashback and is a major part of the Bad Twin book.

#29. Posted by: Dimitri at May 25, 2006 9:38 AM

Kelvin was the special ops guy in Iraq that dealt with Sayid. The finale baffled me and threw all my theories up in the air.

#30. Posted by: dan23780 at May 25, 2006 9:40 AM

Oh. My. Hanso!

WHAT a ride it was last night! So many hypotheses now. The Penelope/Desmond twist adds a whole other dimension to this doesn't it. Desmond's 'snow globe' reference is worth considering as well--an isolated, controlled environment. A grand experiment, but to what end? We anxiously await your wisdom, Mac!

#31. Posted by: Paula at May 25, 2006 9:48 AM

Kelvin is NOT Zeke...

But we have seen him before. Remember? When Sayid was helping the American soldiers in the Gulf War... That guy was one of the American troop leaders.

And the plot thickens.

#32. Posted by: illusivemuse at May 25, 2006 9:49 AM

If you go to there is some pretty good observations. here is one about the bunker mural i thought was interesting.

Inside the bunker but outside of the living area is a mural on one wall (see 2 photos at left).

FACTS: The mural contains the number 108 (the total of the numbers Desmond enters into the computer) twice.

It shows 3 white houses.

There is a large sun in the center of the mural.

There is a white woman and a black man in the upper right hand corner.

There is a boat or raft with a sail on the right middle of the mural.

A group of stick figures stand at the top left of the mural in front of what appears to be ocean waves.

The statement "I am sick" is written within what appears to be a tube or cable. The word "I" is replaced with a drawing of an eye.

There is a circle with a dot in the center. This is also a symbol for Apollo the Greek God.

There are many fish throughout the mural.

There are 2 stick figures in the right, center area (under the boat/raft) that appear to be one holding the other upside down by the leg.

A large white arrow points upwards.

SPECULATIONS: Are the three white houses camps or other hatches?

Could the black and white couple represent the skeletons "Adam and Eve" (named that by Jack) the lostaways found in the caves by the waterfall?

Is the boat Desmond's shipwreck? Danielle's shipwreck? Is it the raft that Michael, Walt, Jin and Sawyer took to leave the island? Is it the slave ship, The Black Rock?

Could the group of stick figures standing by the waves be Danielle's team or the lostaways?

The statement "I am sick," was this written by Desmond or Kelvin (the man who brought Desmond to the bunker, since Kelvin died)? Or could it have been done by a child ... Alex (Danielle's daughter) perhaps?

Do the two stick figures under the raft/boat represent Danielle taking Sayid from her snare? Do they represent "Adam and Eve" laying in the cave by the waterfall?

Is the large white arrow an arrow or could it be a missile, since it appears to be made of metal because of the lines hashed across it.

#33. Posted by: Dimitri at May 25, 2006 9:54 AM

Wow, toooo much to keep up with!! Someone explain the crazy bird to me? And the end, what was up with that. Doesn't look good for Des, Eko, or Locke. I don't remember seeing Charlie run out of the hatch before it "blew" so how was he find and dandy, although a little deaf, after the light?

#34. Posted by: SarahHoog at May 25, 2006 9:56 AM

Should we hold all comments for the Official review so that we won't have two places to check for comments on the episode?

Mac, maybe you could lock this one and make it so that we have to wait.
Maybe an idea.

Dimitri, want a good rundown of the mural?
Check this out:

#35. Posted by: Zeppo at May 25, 2006 10:05 AM

Language those two guys were speaking: Portugese

That's the advantage of watching Lost with CC on. By the way, the CC did reveal that the bird (eagle?) did indeed say "Hurley"... twice.

Awesome finale!!!! The news following the show had the Lost producers talking about next season stating there would be a strong "Others" emphasis and then the announcement of the new Action figures!!! Yipee! Does Hurley cost more? :)

#36. Posted by: Ronny B at May 25, 2006 10:05 AM

Has anyone been to yet? Interesting "job postings" there......

#37. Posted by: Paige at May 25, 2006 10:25 AM

Hey Mac, No Problem on the lateness of your review, it will be great as always.

Kelvin was not only Desmonds bunk mate but the CIA/Army official who convinced Sayid to become a torturer(sp?), talk about a small world.

So the question now is Henry "HIM"? Or is he just higher up then the rest of the 'Others/ Good Guys?"

Funny how all the notebook tube ended up in an empty field. Desmond was probably right saying maybe the experiment was the other way around.

Interesting that Libby played a bit in Desmonds past, and we find out now that she was married.

Woneder what the giant four toed statue meant?

Best line of the night was when Hurley said "Did that Bird Just Say My Name?" and Sawyer went "Yeah it Did, Right Before it Crapped Gold".

Dammm sooo many questions answered, but so many new ones to ponder. I hate assume that Desmond, Locke and Eko are gone. All three are too good of characters to be over with. With Jack, Sawyer & Kate captured, and Michael leaving the island, this wouldn't leave any other strong characters in camp. Sorry you can't base the show on Charlie, Claire, Sayid, Hurley, Sun & Jin. It just wouldn't work.

ok I can keep going but won't, looking forward to your reivew Mac.



#38. Posted by: Kalico at May 25, 2006 10:26 AM


thank you for the link, it is way cool. Leave it to an Iowa Stater!

#39. Posted by: Dimitri at May 25, 2006 10:28 AM

OK, one thing that bothers me:

Locke asks desmond for help in defeating Ecko so he could let the clock run out. Desmond asks Locke if he knows for sure that nothing will happen. Locke confirms. So Desmond helps him. Desmond sits there with him and watches the clock tick down.

OK, so here's the problem:

In the backstory, you see desmond kill Kelvin and then run back to the hatch to enter the numbers BECAUSE ALL HELL BROKE LOOSE!!!! In fact, we later learn that the magnet took the plane down. SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO, why doesn't Desmond tell Locke "Wow, cool theory but you're freakin' wrong because when I let that happen before, I was in magnet hell!!!!".

OK, now I feel better.

#40. Posted by: Ronny B at May 25, 2006 10:30 AM

Last nights episode had me on the edge of my seat! Locke really pissed me off last night though. He decides he doesn't want to push the button and that's it, it doesn't matter what Eko wants to do. I know it needed to happen to move the plot along but when he decided to push the button nobody physically made him stop. It's just like everything else, Charlie leaves the mess in the hatch and acts like nothing happened . . . . he doesn't even know what happen to Eko, Locke and Desmond - what will it take to light a fire under their ass??

Other than that, so many new things came up last night, we saw Harry Widmore (he reminds me of the guy in the fuzzy pic of Alvar Hanso), the tube with the notebooks (that was great), why the plane came down, I almost cried when Hurly asked Michael if he killed them, that whole scene was heart wrenching.

I can't believe FHG was HIM and that he gave the boat away. He totally creeped me out last night. I hope Michael gets lost and crashes on a uninhabited island. Also the scale that the others are pretending is crazy, I knew the Hatch was fake because it wasn't on the blast door map.

Ok going to go apply at to be an Organ Courier. Can't wait for the recap!

#41. Posted by: Mary at May 25, 2006 10:32 AM

Best line of the night:

Eko :"Do you know how to get to the hatch?"
Charlie (playing his guitar): "No, but if you hum if for me maybe I'll recognize it."

Wow. What a finale.

#42. Posted by: Adjudicator at May 25, 2006 10:36 AM

Hello, they are in the Bermuda Triangle, which was created by the "others", who are aliens.

#43. Posted by: erdrik at May 25, 2006 11:01 AM

Do they have a Bermuda Triangle in Purgatory?

#44. Posted by: Zeppo at May 25, 2006 11:21 AM

Yes the Bermuda triangle is in purgatory with all the tapes of Michael killing AL and Libby, but the only way to get there is the time machine that takes you back to the World War II era.

#45. Posted by: OYE at May 25, 2006 11:27 AM

And there had better be mention of why that lostie (roussou's daughter) felt kate up in one of the last shots. When they're all on their knees on the pier and they help them up, both hands to both boobs...big grabbage! Leave it to my girlfriend to catch that one.

#46. Posted by: DizzyG at May 25, 2006 11:29 AM

I found the whole scene with the Others on the dock a little suspicious. When they "mistakenly" used each other's real names. Then Zeke so quickly gave up the beard. It was strange when FHG showed up and questioned Zeke about the beard in front of them.

I think Michael isn't gone. He'll be back with the boat. Why in the heck would they let pregnant Sun go with them on the boat. That's gotta mean something.

#47. Posted by: meg at May 25, 2006 11:30 AM

Just a thought. I don't think time travel has anything to do with the plot. One of the programs from Hanso was life extension (joop). So it's possible that the others are a lot older than they appear due to these experiments.

#48. Posted by: IcebergSlimm at May 25, 2006 11:30 AM's called sarcasm, everything I said is what has been said in the previous weeks at nausiem.

The creators/writers said that if you wanted to see more of michael next season than you did this one, you will be dissapointed

However, they also said that Walt's growth will be addressed next season

#49. Posted by: OYE at May 25, 2006 11:34 AM

Hey, you with the teeth...

I got no time for the jibber-jabber.

Sawyer, you better stop using my lines or in your future... I predict.... PAIN.

You got no choice fool, you stop or you hurt.

And hey sucka! I pity the fool who don't push the button.

#50. Posted by: Mr. T at May 25, 2006 11:35 AM

The magnet, the plane and ship disappearances, the 4-toed statue. Put it togher. Read this article about the Triangle, and notice the similarities.

#51. Posted by: erdrik at May 25, 2006 11:56 AM


What does the 4 toed statue have to do with it?

#52. Posted by: not quite at May 25, 2006 12:07 PM

I feel "the others" are aliens, and they created the Triangle a long time ago to be able to study humans. They probably erected a statue at sometime of one of their gods. On the finale, they stated that they were taking the 3 home with them. Their home.

#53. Posted by: erdrik at May 25, 2006 12:15 PM

ahhh, I season three will take place on another planet? is that what you're saying?

#54. Posted by: again, not quite at May 25, 2006 12:25 PM

the reason Desmonds father in law looks familiar because he was the grandfather on The OC that got killed off.

#55. Posted by: Jon is FOUND at May 25, 2006 12:33 PM

Isnt the Bermuda triangle in the atlantic? These guys were in the pacific.

#56. Posted by: Dimitri at May 25, 2006 12:49 PM

I dont know what it means, but the only thing i could find about a statue with four toes is this.

Read the description at the bottom.

#57. Posted by: Dimitri at May 25, 2006 12:57 PM

I thought it was neat to see Sayid going through the others fake camp and then when he opened up the hatch to only see a rock wall. I think next season with the kidnapping of three major characters we're going to get to see more of the others real home operations (and I'm not talking of some distant planet), but do you all remember when Sayid found the cable running out of the ocean that eventually led him to the French chick, what if on the other end of the cable is the real other headquarters. Don't you all think it is possible that the others real base is underwater, its why they could get to the victims of flight 815 so quick they were already near the beach. It might also explain the sharks with the dharma logo's tatood on them.

#58. Posted by: Josh Sturgill at May 25, 2006 12:58 PM

I also forgot to mention again that last night the scene with the others took place on a dock next to the ocean. Another location of the others being next to the ocean, easy access to their secret underwater base.

#59. Posted by: Josh Sturgill at May 25, 2006 1:01 PM

IcebergSlimm: I called that one, too, months ago! I noted the similarities between his character and Kevin Spacey's in "Usual Suspects." Looks like Kaiser Sose is back and working for Dharma! :)

#60. Posted by: Trinity at May 25, 2006 1:03 PM

The real "Best" line of the show

Ecko: Charlie, do you how know they got the hatch open?

Charlie: No, but if you hum it, I'm sure I can play it.

#61. Posted by: Ronny B at May 25, 2006 1:06 PM

Trinity, I give you mad props! ;)

#62. Posted by: IcebergSlimm at May 25, 2006 1:09 PM

1. Mac, you rock. Take your time, keep us geeks, nerds and other obsessive compulsive types on tender hooks as long as you like. Love it.
2. Amadeus, your theory on Libby and the boat, spot on. I totally agree. Totally.
3. Yeah, what's up with the bird? Do we really need a fake parrot calling out Hurley's name? Although, it does lend even more credibility to the discounted "it's all in Hurley's head" theory. Which bugs me. Total tease. I think Sawyer heard it too, but played Mr Cool. I think Sawyer's coolness is now cut short by his situation. Isn't this really the first time Sawyer's been involved in utter weirdness, as opposed to just finding the dastardly others for revenge?
4. Four-toed statue? With weird Greek-ish leggings?
5. Is it just me, but wouldn't all of the cans and shelving on the beach have been demolished or carried further than we saw? I mean, if this big magnet downed 815, then why did it only topple cans on the beach and otherwise not much else?
6. Did the "Quaruntine" (sp?) door hit the beach after the dynamite blast or after the magnet "blast"?
7. I need to see the whole thing again.

Mates and me are watching Season 1 again this summer. Has anyone seen Season 1 again and been disappointed? That's my biggest fear, that past episodes will be weak compared to what we know now.

Mac, did I mention you rock?

#63. Posted by: Mr Pants at May 25, 2006 1:09 PM

Hey 'Not Quite', don't be so dismissive. I agree with erdrik about the alien theory and another planet. In fact, next year, the show will be called Lost... In Space. Now THAT'S sarcasm

#64. Posted by: Ronny B at May 25, 2006 1:15 PM


There's no evidence that HG is Him.

Who Him may be? Who but Him knows for sure?

It could still be Walt for all we know.

Why didn't Walt reveal himself until Michael asked? (Ya, ya, he was too afraid, etc etc, but wouldn't he have shouted or something, or waved? It's not like he was hidden on the boat, he was just out of site.)

Hey, was Walt - master of projection - actually there????

Michael is clearly crazy. Not just driven, but outright nuts. The "Good Guys" never asked him to kill Ana-Lucia to get to Gale. He could easily have asked Ana for the gun, opened the armory and then given Gale the gun to shoot Ana. Or, as many have pointed out, he could have told everyone about the others' plan and planned their own mission. But, he actively chose to shoot and kill in order to get his son.

I don't know... there's something going on ASIDE from notions of fatherhood...

#65. Posted by: Mr Pants at May 25, 2006 1:17 PM

Statue with four toes.
What does it all mean??

#66. Posted by: Mr Pants at May 25, 2006 1:27 PM

When it comes down to it Michael got what he wanted. His son. He also got off the island (as far as we know).

So who cares if he killed some people he doesn't know. I'm sure while he's playing catch with his son he won't think twice about the suckers that are left behind.

#67. Posted by: oye at May 25, 2006 1:29 PM

Intersting theories, everyone. I especially like the alien burmuda triangle one.

Of course 'The Good Guys' are older than they look and have an underwater hide-away. Who doesn't?

My pet peeve of the night: Locke. He went from clever guru to idiot in one season. Poor Locke.

I am The Jerk-A-Loo. (It's just a sign-off, I'm not calling anyone a jerk, but me.)

#68. Posted by: Jerk-A-Loo at May 25, 2006 1:32 PM

Who cares if he killed some people he doesn't know?? Won't think twice?? Who are you, Ted Bundy's missing son?

Of course he's going to care when he's playing catch with his son later and asks himself how his son and him came to be alive in order to play catch.

While there are those, like Oye, who don't care if they kill others to get their way, I'm going to guess that Michael isn't. Again, despite all that went down, he had many opportunities to take a different path - from getting the Losties to help him way back in January, or telling at least one or two of the Losties what the others are up to. But, he chose - and I don't think there was any time limit on his goals, correct me if I'm wrong - to kill. That's gotta worry one a bit.

Surely Walt may have a question or two of his father about how the rescue came about.

I'm sad that we won't see much more of Michael next season because I'd sure like to see him get what's coming to him. Whatever that may be.

Could be a brand new ball and bat for him and Walt. Who knows.

#69. Posted by: Mr Pants at May 25, 2006 1:38 PM

Well, Gayle may not be the grand master, but I think it's at least safe to say he is running things as far as the island goes. But then again, maybe not. He just always seems to have his game face on, like he's not worried about anything. Unless he's acting of course.

#70. Posted by: IcebergSlimm at May 25, 2006 1:38 PM

i totaly agree with jerk-a-loo about locke

best line of the show

Locke: I guess i was wrong.

#71. Posted by: Rocka99 at May 25, 2006 1:39 PM

Sorry to post again so soon, but isn't that the story of Locke's life? Thinking life is one way, than getting a nice big slap in the face?

#72. Posted by: IcebergSlimm at May 25, 2006 1:41 PM

But really the way he looked at Eko and then just said "i guess i was wrong" made him look stupid. and really remember when himself almost didnt enter the numbers? the place started to shake.. how can he not believe that maybe its real, instead he wants to see what happens risking lives and his own. thats why he went from guru >> idiot.

#73. Posted by: Rocka99 at May 25, 2006 1:47 PM

Did anyone notice that Libby tells Desmond that her husband, the deceased boat-owner, was David? Could that be the same David as Hurley's imaginary friend Dave? This show doesn't repeat names (even with fathers and sons), it must be connected somehow.

#74. Posted by: boharpe at May 25, 2006 1:49 PM

I think it would be awesome if it turned out Walt was really HIM, it would be a great twist. Maybe they cloned Walt sent it with Michael and kept the real Walt. Who knows??

They are certainly trying to make it seem FHG is HIM, but your right Mr. Pants, that's not proof. Also I think HIM could be someone off the island, maybe at "home". Maybe Alvar is hiding at the Others "home"

#75. Posted by: Mary at May 25, 2006 1:50 PM

Locke has been suckered and swindled and been given the shaft so many times in his life. He was so sure that he had been given a purpose only to find out it was just an experiment (at least he thought that). He did what he had to do, He had to turn around and face what would actually happen if he didn't push the button - no matter the consequence - he had to know. And in the end when you see him look at Eko and say "I was wrong." It was like watching a child's face when he realizes something he has done has caused great pain. I think Locke lost his faith and so yes he was not a guru anymore, because he lost all that he believed in, but he wasn't an idiot - he was human. And in the end he wouldn't listen to a man of faith (eko) nor would he listen to a man of reason (desmond). He was pushed to the edge, just like anyone else would be who had been forced to push a button every 108 minutes. Locke will be back.

#76. Posted by: Rick at May 25, 2006 2:09 PM

Hey guys!

Thank you for your patience! The review for "Live Together, Die Alone" is now available (just go to the Filmfodder home page or the Lost Blog home page).

Unfortunately, I had to break the review up into two chunks because my content management system couldn't handle all the words. Hopefully, this won't be too big a deal.

Thanks again! -- Mac

#77. Posted by: mac at May 25, 2006 2:23 PM

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