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  1. JaneenC posted on 02/02/2010 10:57 PM
    I got it - you have to die on the island to be set free in the real world!!!
  2. sMurph posted on 02/03/2010 12:10 AM
    If you had to die on the island to be set free, then Sayid wouldn't have sat up at the end. I think that Jacob's list of people was to set up a nice Utopian society inside the temple. He wanted to show that people are inherently good and co-exist together without fighting. So much for that now though.
  3. ReidW_5 posted on 02/03/2010 07:02 AM
    I don't think that's the case. Cause after Juliet died they never showed her in the other time line. I'm thinkin Jacob has taken over Sayids body like his counterpart took Lockes'.
  4. JohnG_172 posted on 02/03/2010 07:48 AM
    But the "monster" didn't actually take over Locke's body, he just appears as him. Locke's body is laying in the sand in the shadow of the statue.
  5. ChristopherB_64 posted on 02/03/2010 08:05 AM
    The obvious idea is that Sayid's body is now inhabited by Jacob. However, this is LOST and we all know nothing is as it seems. So if it's not Jacob...I'm LOST!
  6. VincentT posted on 02/03/2010 08:56 AM
    Aside from Hurley seeing ghosts, has anyone seen a ghost that didn't have a personal connection to them, like Jack and Christian? I think perhaps that Smokey can appear as people whose dead bodies are on the island (Christian, Locke, Alex) and uses the image to influence people. Also the egyptian fertility statue leads me to suspect that Smokey had something to do with Anubis, the god of the dead. Just more theories.
  7. KeithC_65 posted on 02/03/2010 08:58 AM
    Did anyone notice that jacks hair on the plane is much longer than when they first left Sydney. He also looked in the mirror like he got older like he aged. His skin did from the sun!!!
  8. KevinH_36 posted on 02/03/2010 09:12 AM
    I believe that Jacob and the man in black are related to the elements fire and water. That much is clear with the spring in the temple, and the way that Jacob disappeared after Ben stabbed him and pseudo-Locke pushed him into the fire. Remember back in season whatever when Walt was being held in the others' camp, but he appears in the jungle to someone (can't remember who) and is soaked in water? I think he was communicating through Jacob. I also think that the powder that is being used to create a circle of protection from the smoke monster is possibly ash of the man in black's original body or someting. Remember how the cabin that Jacob supposedly lived in was surrounded by the stuff, and inside the cabin we saw a figure that appeared to look like John Locke, and he said "Help me?" Wasn't the cabin surrounded by the same powder, and then last season some person got all worried when they went to the cabin and saw that the circle of powder was broken? HMMMMMMMM... Also, what's it mean that the man in black "want's to go home"? I have a theory that's probably not correct, but I'll say it anyways. I think Jacob and the man in black are the good and evil sides of a single person, possibly someone that is trapped in the island, or was maybe sacrificed by the natives way back in the day, as depicted in the heiroglyphics in the basement of the temple where Ben's daughter appeared to him.
  9. TomD_64 posted on 02/03/2010 09:16 AM
    Let's get something straight...the man in black DID NOT possess Locke. His body is on the beach spilled from the box. At the end of the episode when the man in black went to confront Richard, he walked right past the body of Locke and was still in Locke's form or image. It is not a possession situation. He is some sort of shape changer.
  10. KirkD_4 posted on 02/03/2010 09:18 AM
    The one thing that i wanted to correct from what was said on the radio this morning is THERE ARE TO TIME PERIODS WE ARE FOLLOWING. 1) is 2004 on the flight 815 to LAX. 2) is 2007 back on the island God I love this show!
  11. RachelM_32 posted on 02/03/2010 09:24 AM
    Is the Man in Black's name Esau?
  12. MartyD_8 posted on 02/03/2010 09:24 AM
    I think the "NEW" Locke Killed Richard on the beach. He did knee him in the face and neck. Right after that happened Sayid sprung up. I think Sayid is now Richard. That would make more sense the Jacon for 2 reasons. 1) He didn't know where he was or what happened, like Richard isn't always on top of whats happening. 2) Jaccob appeared as a Ghost already he doesn't need a body. Thats my theory but i still want to know about the POLAR BEARS!!!!!!!
  13. ChrisU_10 posted on 02/03/2010 09:40 AM
    If the man in black's name is Esau it makes sense, because he was the twin brother of Jacob. Esau sold his birthright to inherit his father's wealth for food. Jacob deceived Esau into doing this. Esau vowed to kill Jacob.
  14. Carmela posted on 02/03/2010 09:57 AM
    The two are the twins Jacob and Esau. Jacob in bible is considered good and goes with God. He fought an Angel, whom was consided to be an Angel sent by Esau and he won, and received a blessing which was considered to be by God. Esau always hating his brother and wanting to kill him is considered evil. When Julia died and Miles does his communication, and she said "it worked", I belive that when you actually die on the island, life resumes as if they never were on the island. So, I belive that at some point, Jack, Kate, Sawyer, Hurley, Sun, Jin etc., will die on the island and then life resumes on the plane. That is my Theory.
  15. GregR_48 posted on 02/03/2010 10:01 AM
    Remember how Jacob and Richard appeared at different times in the past to Jack , and Sawyer, and locke. Like when Locke falls out the window Jacob is there, and Sawyer is at his parents funeral and Jacob shows up to console him Well if they detonated the bomb in the 50's then those events also would not have happened because he would not have had to give those small nudges to the group. Therefore the way the cast was on the plane is how they would have turned out had he not entered their lives in small ways in the past. Jack is still a surgeon but a nervous flyer, Kate is still Kate, Shannon decides to stay with some guy in Australia, Walt and Michael aren't on the plane at all, Hurley is happy and lucky now, Locke is still paralyzed and on the plane, etc, etc - Make sense?
  16. CarmelaR posted on 02/03/2010 10:04 AM
    I belive that when you die on the island for real, then you resume life at the point before they were taken to the island. I believe that the two are brothers Jacob and Esau. Jacob was good and Esau was evil. Jacob was peaceful and belived in people. He fought an Angel, whom was believed to be served by Esau and after fighting for an entire night, the angel blessed him, which is thought to come from God himself. Esau, being denied his birth right, vowed to kill Jacob. You can google to get full story, but it matches Lost.
  17. JeremyS_66 posted on 02/03/2010 10:04 AM
    Things that made me go hmmm: (1) Juliette saying "they made it" (or is it "we made it"?)...was she flipping between universes?
  18. ReginaN posted on 02/03/2010 10:10 AM
    The book that Hurly found in the cave or what ever it was. Is a book by kierkegaard. I google him. He is all about the relgion and things. Everyone should google him. It is interesting.
  19. ChrisU_10 posted on 02/03/2010 10:12 AM
    Yes, that is a good theory. This whole plan was put into motion by Esau to get back at his brother. So everyone on the island are in his game. So we did flashbacks and flashforwards and now we are seeing how their lives would have been if this never happened. If you look at some of the upcoming titles to the shows, they are opposites of episodes that have already aired. I think in Season 2 was Everyone Hates Hugo and What Kate Did. This seasons is Everyone Loves Hugo and What Kate Does.
  20. AlaineA_2 posted on 02/03/2010 10:18 AM
    I just loved to see Ben manipulated by the man in black/Locke! Awesome.
  21. LilithC posted on 02/03/2010 10:45 AM
    Did anyone else notice in the begining of the episode when we see the island is under water, there is a shark swimming...it has a Dharma symbol on it's tail! Just like the shark in season 1.
  22. KimR_48 posted on 02/03/2010 02:40 PM
    I think the look on Ben's face after the smoke monster leaves is pretty priceless. I mean, for the first time ever, he really looked scared and helpless. And I think he deserved that after what a jerk he's been overall. I'm curious to know what it was that the others wanted to talk to Jack about! I hate the suspense and having to wait!
  23. DanaM_21 posted on 02/03/2010 03:45 PM
    I read an interview with the producers and they were saying that this season isn't about time travel anymore and that it is about the aftermath of the choices that we make in life. They were also pretty clear that the two story lines are running parallel and that it isn't a dead on the island jump to another universe story. If that was the case, we would have seen eko, anna lucia, libby etc. they said that the choices that were made on the island have affected this parallel universe, which is why some people are missing from the plane....just food for thought. MEANWHILE, i SOOO want the real locke to come back to life and take out esau/smokey/locke no 2....just saying
  24. EthanR posted on 02/03/2010 04:12 PM
    Hows this for a new name for this Locke/man in black, Smokie Locke
  25. KevinL_55 posted on 02/03/2010 09:25 PM
    Did anyone notice that Charlies hair is shorter on the plane than it was in the very first episode. I think it's because he is filming for Flashforward.
  26. TeeM posted on 02/04/2010 01:38 PM
    I grear side by side of the two versions of flight 815... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-1qzelSWpE
  27. KellyL_34 posted on 02/06/2010 01:45 AM
    Did anyone notice how the new Locke(aka the smoke monster) commented to Richard that it was nice to see him not in chains. I believe that Richard was a slave on the Black Rock and that was a reference to that. I hope we get a Black Rock flashback this season!!!
  28. CecilyD posted on 03/03/2010 08:39 AM
    I’m disturbed that Lost has stopped being about science and human beings – Faraday, his Mom, Whidmore, Desmond, the island’s mysterious attributes – and is now about magic, ghosts, God-like powers, and a smoke monster….with well-crafted side stories whose connection might be revealed as super-neato someday but don’t seem necessary or connected to a scenario in which a column of smoke kills people who have spent decades getting in position to be so cartoonishly wiped out. What’s that all about? I already saw and read ‘The Stand’ by Steven King and don’t crave that exact apocalyptic showdown again, between powerful poles of peaceful good and murderous evil, recruiting warriors for the big showdown in an isolated place. I was hoping for more and might still get it but am a little uneasy about the direction things are going in recently
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