New Lost Spoilers!

A female cast member might die in the closing seconds of the Jan. 28 episode. (Michael Ausiello)

Sawyer and a female character whose name isn’t Kate will make out this season. (Michael Ausiello)

The show is very quietly looking for an actor to play a “younger Phillip Seymour Hoffman-type” for a smallish arc this season, and a much bigger one next. (Michael Ausiello)

Someone gives birth in the opening minutes of the third episode. [Michael Ausiello]

In the third episode a male character poses this question to another male character: “I assume you’ve come back for the bomb.” [Michael Ausiello]

In the third episode a male character makes this shocking declaration: “Because I am in love with the woman sitting next to me.” [Michael Ausiello]

In the third episode someone says, “You’re in my life now – you and Charlie.” [Michael Ausiello]

Someone – or something – called Jughead plays a pivotal role in the third episode. [Michael Ausiello]

We will be seeing a “lot more” of Nestor Carbonell (Richard Alpert) this season. When Cane was axed, producers immediately stepped in and “secured [Nestor's] services” until the end of Season 6. [Michael Ausiello]

As we get deeper into the season, we are going to learn a lot more about the island’s history. [Michael Ausiello]

The purpose of the four-toed statue is revealed: Carlton Cuse says it was there simply to illustrate the island’s long and rich history. [Michael Ausiello]

Carlton Cuse confirms that “you’ll definitely see Jin this season . . . he’s a series regular.” [Michael Ausiello]

Although Claire has been benched this season, she will be back for season 6. [Michael Ausiello]

Sun had better watch out for Charles Widmore, because he means business. Widmore has her imprisoned. [Watch With Kristin]

Hurley gets a message from Libby (Cynthia Watros) via Ana Lucia (Michelle Rodriguez). [Watch With Kristin]

Sun is not pleased Kate didn’t keep her promise to search for Jin on the freighter. [Watch With Kristin]

Sayid gets his grips on Jack. [Watch With Kristin]

Jack revives Sayid from a dart-induced coma. [Watch With Kristin]

Juliette’s Season 5 storyline won’t really heat up until March. But once it does, it’ll be in a way that makes some fans very happy. [TV Guide]

Lost Promo Poster, Season 5

General spoilers:

  • 12/18 – [The Oceanic Six have to return to the island in separate groups because of some complications.] Source: TV Guide Online
  • 12/12 – Summary of shooting reports sent to The Transmission: A new Dharma Logo was spotted on the Othersvlle set, the logo with a wrench in the center! Othersville is freshly painted and looks all nice and new. A Dharma “Processing Center” is a part of the set, which includes several props including pictures of new recruits. The latest date spotted was 1976! A yellow lab, possibly Vincent, was spotted. Regarding the VW filming on the cliff, Hurley was spotted in the driver seat while Sawyer had a Dharma jumpsuit on, but Jack was in the shirt in tie still. Kate and Lost producers Damon and Carlton were on set. At another set at Kawela Bay, some large props were spotted including a structure that seems like a 20 ft tall Teepee with out the covering. Plus, as part of their most recent podcast at The Transmission, we get a confirmation that we will see Young Charlotte and learn about her birthplace afterall perhaps via a Charlotte flashback or because the island has traveled back in time. Source: Lost Spoilers
  • 12/12 – While driving up to Mokuleia today we stumbled onto the Lost set. They were filming a scene with Kate (Evangeline Lilly) and Hurley (Jorge Garcia) and his VW camper. They were pretty friendly though and let us pass through the set so we could walk all the way over to the NE-most point. Source: Blomdahl.org
  • 12/04 – Rousseau and Walt could be back, but Michael will stay dead. Flashbacks and flash-forwards will be part of the mix, and be on the lookout for that four-toed statue. Oh, and don’t expect that Desmond-Penny bliss to continue forever. Source: Sci Fi Wire
  • 12/04 – Visiting fan Grant from Edmonton and his wife were able to catch them hard at work yesterday at Camp Erdman – otherwise known as Othersville – on the North Shore. [...] There were six main characters present. In addition to Kate, they saw Jack, Hurley, Sayid, Sawyer and Jin. Those last two names are particularly interesting to see. Sayid appeared to be wearing civilian clothes. Kate appeared to be wearing a dark blue jumpsuit. The rest – Jack, Hurley, Sawyer and Jin – were all wearing what appeared to be the DHARMA Intiative’s familiar tan jumpsuits. There were also more than a dozen other actors, including a few children in DHARMA tan jumpsuits, skirts and shorts. At least four new looking DHARMA Volkswagen vans, one Jeep, and a few blue bicycles scattered among the cabins. The left edge of a banner that began with the word “NEW.” [...] “One thing for sure, though,” he added. “They weren’t wearing those jumpsuits to keep warm.” Source: The Transmission
  • 11/20 – One theory making the rounds is that Amy, who’ll be introduced during the show’s fifth season, will be revealed to be someone from the early days of the Dharma Initiative. That would seem to confirm buzz that Ben transported the island and all of its inhabitants back to the ’70s in last May’s finale. At least Aylesworth can say with near certainty that Amy’s love life will be complicated. “There’s definitely some conflict with the suitors,” she teases. Wait a second — suitors , as in plural? How literal will the show’s depiction of the ’70s be? “Obviously, we want that to be a surprise,” says executive producer Carlton Cuse. “Let’s just say her role will be emotional.” Source: The Ausiello Files
  • 11/06 – Sayid will probably be the one to get a new love interest this season. Source: The Ausiello Files
  • 11/04 – ABC’s Lost spent Saturday in Kakaako near downtown Honolulu to film a three-car Locke  oriented crash scene at South and Pohukaina streets which was closed to traffic and pedestrians most of the morning and afternoon. Lost Special Effects coordinator Archie Ahuna coordinated the crash and rigged the vehicles that included a Mercury Marquis, SUV, and and old Toyota Camry. [...] Two special effects scenes were shot, including the crash and later a near roll over. [...] In the scenes the cars had Oregon license plates. Source: Tim Ryan’s Reel Hawaii
  • 11/02 – Lost returned to downtown Honolulu this morning to film a New York street scene. The intersection of Bethel St. and Merchant St. was converted into the Upper West Side in Manhattan, with a tell-tale subway entrance (“Columbus & 67th St. Station”), New York cabs, some news racks, and an antique rugs shop (“established 1902?). The centerpiece, though, was Honolulu’s upscale preschool, The Cole Academy. Through the power of quality set signage, its ornate entrance became the door to Fieldcroft School. Students, perhaps in their early teens, stood around with their backpacks. Nearby, a limousine waits. The scene involves John Locke, Matthew Abbadon, Ben Linus. and Walt Lloyd. I missed Ben, but was able to catch Walt and Locke - still in a wheelchair - talking across the street from the school as taxi cabs and pedestrians streamed past. Eventually, some other kids near the entrance call Walt over, and Abbadon helps Locke get into the back of a black Lincoln Town Car. Locke has a blue cast on his leg, but is able to hobble over to the vehicle. [...] Lost returned to the campus of Windward Community College in Kaneohe today to film yet another scene at the “Santa Rosa Mental Institute,” where our dear Hurley has been a tenant. From veteran spotter “Grappler” (who previously reported from the Windward side) comes this account of the day’s filming: Hurley is relaxing on the hospital grounds, sitting on a bench and painting, when Locke arrives. Locke is in a wheelchair with a cast on his right leg, rolling himself up to Hurley’s side. They have a conversation. Soon enough, Hurley jumps up. He calls out to a female orderly, perhaps his attendant, named “Susie.” He asks her, “Am I talking to a guy in a wheelchair right now?” She affirms that Locke is really there. Hurley sits back down, and they talk some more, in even more hushed tones. Locke eventually gestures over his shoulder at someone. It’s unclear whether this person is standing nearby, or is sitting in a mysterious black car with California plates parked in the distance. But from the context (and the stand-in on the set), chances are Locke is pointing at Abbadon. At this, Hurley again jumps up, even more distressed. “What? Don’t you know? He’s evil!” He then jams his fingers in his ears, yelling, “I’m not hearing this! This is not happening!” He calls for Susie. “I’m ready to go back now!” Susie takes Hurley by the arm back into the hospital, leaving Locke behind. Source: The Transmission
  • 10/27 – Sawyer and Juliet are fine. Faraday comes ashore, and he appears to be insane. He says he is from the past and not the future. Charlotte and Miles are fine as well. Charlotte does her best to keep Faraday calm but he keeps saying crazy things. These five are together until the attack. Source: Lost Spoilers
  • 10/27 – Remember Desmond’s all-knowing and slightly creepy friend from two seasons ago? The one played by the sublime Fionnula Flannigan? Well, according to my Lost moles, she is coming back this season, and we will learn that she has a very surprising connection. To another character. A major character. And the connection? It’s a big one. That’s all I’m saying. Source: The Ausiello Files
  • 10/27 – I’m told there’s one off-Island Dharma station in Australia, and I personally love and believe your guesses were right: The station is specifically in or around Ayers Rock/Uluru, the place Rose and Bernard visited on their honeymoon. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • 10/27 – “My character starts explaining to Locke the mysteries of the island,” says Nestor [Carbonell], who denies his character is actually the all-powerful Jacob. “There’s a phenomenal twist.” Mysteries from Charlotte ‘s past will shed further light on the island’s history. “It appears I’ve come back to the island to look for my birthplace,” says Rebecca [Mader].  Last season, viewers saw her in a Tunisian desert studying the remains of a polar bear. [Carlton] Cuse says viewers will soon learn why she’s trying to find the island’s bears – and confirms the Tunisian skeleton belonged to one of them. “We’ve seen several bear cages,” [Damon] Lindelof says. “But none of the polar bears are accounted for.”  Source: TV Guide
  • What I’m hearing is that the reason Jack, Kate, Sayid, Sun and Hurley need to reunite is because the Oceanic Six need to fan out to a group of Dharma stations. [...] These stations are not on the Island, but in other locations, and these off-Island stations are believed to be the ticket to getting back to the Island. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • A reader over at BuddyTV, Moosky19, has just sent in this filming report. The scene witnessed took place at a Catholic school, though Moosky19 believes that they might have been using it as a church because they added an extra Jesus on the cross prop on the exterior. The scene had four main characters: Jack, Ben, Sun and Desmond. Yes, Desmond. Ben, Sun and Jack were using [a] Canton Rainier van. In the scene Moosky19 witnessed, Sun and Ben talk in a very serious manner once they exit the van. In the middle of the conversation, Ben pulls something out of his “man purse” and gives it to Sun. Whatever it was, it was small, Moosky19 thinking that maybe it was Jin’s ring. Next, Desmond comes into the scene, and then they all run into the building. Desmond is wearing a wedding band. Did he and Penny get married? Also, Sun has a gun on her the whole time. Moosky19 also noted that everyone appeared to be pretty buddy-buddy with Ben the whole time, or at least they were working with him without animosity. Source: Lost Spoilers
  • 10/02 – Lost rolled up to Hawaii Medical Center West, a.k.a. St. Francis, in Kalihi (just up the street from Hoffs Drawler and Simon’s Butcher Shop) today. Parked in front, Jack’s Ford Bronco, a blue cargo van with “Canton-Rainier Carpet Cleaning” emblazoned on the side, and a Los Angeles Paramedics ambulance. Matthew Fox, Naveen Andrews, and Michael Emerson are on the scene. Jack is on the phone as action is called. He learns that someone, or something, is somewhere else, and they need to get there “right now.” Jack jumps into his truck, but Sayid and Ben hang back a moment to have an intense conversation. At one point, to adjust for a dip in the grass, Naveen Andrews stands on some sandbags to meet Michael Emerson eye to eye. Eventually, Sayid takes the wheel of the blue van, and Ben climbs into the passenger seat. They drive off. Source: The Transmission
  • Ben’s mission has changed, time has passed, he has different resources… and he moves around a lot. Source: TV Guide Online
  • We can confirm that Sterling Beaumon, who played young Ben in “The Man Behind the Curtain”, will be reprising his role again in Season 5. No details yet as to which episode he will be appearing in. [... In an upcoming episode,] Desmond and Penny have been flying under the radar for awhile and they’re having a kid. They move around every few months and in this episode they are in a city named Mati. Ben is hot on their trail. Ben tortures someone from the Widmore Group. We find out that there are a handful of Dharma stations located throughout the world. They are not just on the island. [...] One of these 8 will die in the first 5 Episodes of Season 5: Juliet, Rose, Sawyer, Miles, Charlotte, Penny, Richard, Frank. Source: Lost Spoilers [Note: To read extremely spoilerish details about the Desmond, Juliet, Ben episode, click here.]
  • This morning, they turned up in the heart of downtown Honolulu, taking over Alakea Street near South King St. – an immensely busy intersection. On the scene were Matthew Fox and Evangeline Lilly, and their respective cars (the classic Ford Bronco and the stylish silver Volvo). Jack gets out of his truck and crosses the street to Kate, sitting in her car. He kneels at her window, and they have a long conversation. Suddenly, Jack rises to his feet, and after a few more words, darts around the front of her car and jumps in the passenger seat. The pair then speed away. Later in the day they moved everything up the street, and up 16 floors, inside 1100 Alakea Plaza. No clue what was filmed behind closed doors, but at least one tenant thinks they saw Michael Emerson. Yesterday, Lost was running two units at disparate location shoots. First, they took over the Pacific Marina Inn off Lagoon Drive, right in the flight path of Honolulu International Airport. It was a rainy morning, but they brought their rain trucks anyway, allowing them to conjure a downpour on cue. It was another Jack and Kate scene, but mum’s the word on what happens at this motel. or where the motel’s located. Meanwhile, on Queen Street, they filmed at the Honolulu Brewing and Malting Company building. This distinctive, historic red brick building previously hosted Lost as the loft Charlie shared with his brother Liam, but I’m pretty sure the structure was playing another time and place. A green screen was set up on the sidewalk fronting the building, which means the scene could’ve been anywhere. My guess? London. Henry Ian Cusick was on the set. [...] Lost converted the public pool at Kaneohe District Park into a dark, angry ocean. In a canoe, paddling frantically, were Sawyer, Juliet, Miles, Daniel, Charlotte, and at the head of the crew, Locke. Manufactured rain poured down, and crewmembers made waves and rocked the boat, large overhead lights creating lightning, large orange fans creating wind. Dialogue was hard to make out over the roaring noise of all the equipment, but Sawyer seemed to yell for them to go back, but someone sees or hears something and they begin paddling in earnest towards it, trying to avoid capsizing and shielding their eyes from the flashes. Source: The Transmission
  • Fans of Ghost Whisperer‘s online off-shoot, The Other Side, will be happy to know that Matthew Alan (aka “Danny”) has booked a two-episode on the ABC drama. Source: TV Guide Online
  • In the scene were Sawyer, Juliet, Charlotte, Miles, AND Faraday. The raft was on the beach. It seemed that Faraday was telling them something but we weren’t aloud to get to close. So Faraday’s alive or…it’s a flashback of some sorts. Source: Lost Spoilers
  • When the series returns for its penultimate season in early 2009, “the overriding question will be where did the island go and when did the island go,” executive producer Carlton Cuse says. We will finally see the story of Danielle Rousseau’s early years on the island, which found her research team slaughtered and her daughter kidnapped. Off the island, an unlikely alliance will develop. “We’re working on a story for the beginning of the season where Sayid, now an assassin working for Ben, and Hurley buddy up, which is really amusing,” says Cuse. Source: TV Guide
  • The Lost production crew returned to Kaimuki today, taking over the Chevron gas station at the corner of 11th and Harding avenues. It was renamed “Smith Stop and Run,” and the price of regular unleaded was set to a tantalizing $3.22 a gallon. On the scene were Naveen Andrews and Jorge Garcia: Sayid looking badass in black, and Hurley in non-threatening pastel yellow. The pair flee the scene – Sayid looking tired or injured in the passenger seat – just as a silver Mercedes pulls in. It’s Evangeline Lilly, stylish as ever in a maroon, floral print top. And behind Kate, a very young blond boy in a car seat. [.] We went out and saw them filming a scene with Elizabeth Mitchell and Josh Holloway. We also saw Vincent the dog! The scene had Sawyer, shirtless and in jeans, talking to Juliette. We also think they may have been shooting with “Rose” as well, as when we were walking by, we heard someone ask if Rose was ready and miked up. Source: The Transmission
  • Saïd Taghmaoui, a French thesp most recently seen in the Don Cheadle thriller Traitor, [will join the show]. He’ll play Caesar, a mystery man who…um…well, that’s all we got. But the producers say the actor’s skill set fits the part. “He has an innate intelligence, intensity, and danger we really responded to,” says [Damon] Lindelof, who declined to specify whether Caesar is good or bad. However, [Carlton] Cuse teases that the character will be playing “an important part of the setup for the final act of the show in season 6.” He also confirms that [Zuleikha] Robinson’s Ilana is associated with Caesar, and likens her to Heath Ledger’s Joker in The Dark Knight. “There was something very unsettling about the way the Joker kept telling different stories about his background — something very similar to what we had planned for Ilana,” he says. Look for a delayed introduction for the duo, beginning with an intriguing setup followed by a gradual increase in screen time that won’t detract from established faves, much like how season 4′s newbies, the Freighter Folk (Jeremy Davies, Rebecca Mader, Ken Leung, Jeff Fahey), were worked into the mix. (The producers say we’ll be seeing more of the FF next year, too – even Fahey, last seen escaping the Island with the Oceanic 6). Source: The Ausiello Files
  • Zuleikha Robinson has been tapped to play the pivotal role of Ilana. [...] Robinson’s Lost deal calls for her to start off as a recurring player with an option to become a series regular in season 6 (a.k.a. the farewell season). As I first reported last month, Ilana is described as a European female who possesses great intelligence but who’s also dangerous as all get out. She’s alluring and apparently used to getting her own way. Source: The Ausiello Files
  • Caesar: 35-45. He is dangerous, physical and extremely intelligent with a dark past. He is a mysterious man whose intentions are unclear. He can charm us or kill us. Recurring guest star with possible series option for season 6. Ilanna: 25-35. She is a European woman of great intelligence, powerful and charming yet incredibly dangerous, too. She is alluring and very used to getting her own way. Her past is deeply mysterious and dark. Recurring guest star with possible series option for season 6. Source: DocArzt’s Lost Blog
  • The Lost producers are looking for two ships, both need to be seaworthy. The main one they wanted was a big black ominous looking ship, but the ship company didn’t have anything that was even remotely similar to what they described. However, they booked another ship and it’s going to be a chase ship which goes after the big black one. The chase ship is the oldest ship in the marina and it looks like it’s from the 1500′s. Do you know why they would want boats that looked to be several hundred years old? They want to film out in the Pacific off the California coast in early September. Source: Lost Spoilers
  • Sources confirm that Team Darlton is looking to introduce two new characters this season – and they’re both as mysterious as they are lethal. They’re also coming in as recurring players with an option to become series regulars in season 6. First up is Caesar, a dangerous, physical and extremely intelligent male between the ages of 35 and 45. Although his intentions are unclear, this much is certain: He’s as skillful at charming people as he is at killing them. He also has a dark past, but, c’mon, that much was a given. The other newbie is Ilanna, a European female in her late 20s to early 30s who possesses great intelligence, but who’s also dangerous as all get out. She’s alluring and apparently used to getting her own way. Source: The Ausiello Files
  • Richard Alpert will figure prominently in Season 5. The whole notion of “flashbacks” and “flash-forwards” will be reinvented, suggesting that upcoming episodes will span multiple time periods and perspectives. Jin will be back, but there’s no word if he’s dead or alive. It was strongly suggested that Faraday survived. Faraday’s notebook will play a prominent role this season. We’ll finally get Rousseau’s back-story, but Darlton cautioned that it would be wrong to call it a “flashback” episode. Source: The Ausiello Files
  • You will see Claire again. Not right away, but what happened with her will be explained. [...] We will see Rousseau’s story, to use the word “flashback” might be disingenious. [...] Vincent’s okay and will appear in season five. [...] Kate will see Sawyer again. [... The nonspeaking "beachies" who were ferried to the blown-up boat are] dead. Faraday is probably gonna be okay. [...] This year, when season five starts, you’re not going to know when and where you are. There will be storytelling both on and off the Island and in different periods of time. [...] We will see Richard Alpert barefoot in the very near future. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • [Carlton] Cuse teases we’ll see more of Daniel Dae Kim “in some form” this season despite Jin’s apparent death. Source: The Ausiello Files
  • As for teases on the new season, as usual the executive producers are tight lipped, but they do reveal this season will be about the Oceanic 6 getting back to the island. “The people that are off the island, the island seems to be drawing them back and Ben makes it clear they need to go back to the island,” says [Carlton] Cuse. “So hopefully that’s a lot of what you’ll see of in Season 5 — the journey how those six return to the island.” Source: iFMagazine
  • 07/12 – John Terry (Christian) and Alan Dale (Widmore) are in talks to return next season on a recurring basis. In the fine print of both their contracts, it states that Lost has the right to pick up series regular options on both actors for the show’s sixth and final season. Source: The Ausiello Files
  • Jin is gonna be fine. I suspect that the difference between Michael’s and Jin’s survival is that Michael was trapped inside the hold, whereas Jin being up on the edge of the deck meant he had a chance to be blown clear of the ship. Emilie de Ravin will be on a holding contract with Lost for season five and returning in season six. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • A series regular who has been on the series since the first season will not be back next season (season five). According to inside sources, this person’s contract has been put into a holding deal and the plan at this point is to have him or her return for season six. It is not Jack or Sawyer. It’s a she. Remember how I told you that time traveling and teleporting is most definitely happening? Well, let’s just say that it’s going to be happening on a much larger scale in the coming seasons. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof reveal: [Time travel definitely plays a part in the series...] You will learn a lot more about Richard Alpert as the show goes on. He is going to become more prominent in the future of the show. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • Sawyer doesn’t die. He’s alive. On the Island. [Locke is alive on the Island in the future.] Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • We will find out more back story as to why the late Libby was in the same mental hospital with Hurley, prior to the plane crash, and presumably after she gave her boat to Desmond for the race. [We will] at some point catch up with Emma and Zack, the two kids from the tail section group of survivors who were kidnapped by the Others in season 2′s “The Other 48 Days.” To the question of whether we’ll ever see Katey Sagal’s Helen character (Locke’s former flame) again, Darlton indicated that they hoped so. To the question of whether the DeGroots, the hirsute couple who founded the Dharma Initiative, are still alive, Cuse and Lindelof paused a bit and then pressed for more specificity on the time frame of the question. As of where the time line of “Lost” will be when the series returns on April 24, Darlton would only say: “One of them is.” Lindelof let it be known that in a recent episode when one of the castaways asked Ben if he knew what the island’s smoke monster really was and Ben responded that he didn’t know — big lie. “Ben was lying about the smoke monster,” Lindelof said. Source: Variety
  • 04/23 – The four-toed statue “will be back on the show,” says Damon [Lindelof]. “People will learn who built it and why it has four toes.” Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • 02/26 – Season 5 is about why they need to get back, and season 6 is about what happens when they get back. Source: New York Post
  • 12/16/2007 – Lost Spoilers resumed the spoilers released in the Season 3 DVD commentaries: Horace Goodspeed and Olivia are important to the DHARMA story, and we can expect to see more of them in the future. Speaking of volcanoes, there is one on the island. Damon says it will be of “seismic importance” (pun very much intended.) Annie is an extremely important part of the island’s backstory, and it is a planned chapter to come. Annie is more important than the Goodspeeds or the volcano. We have not seen Ben’s motivation for his role in the purge, but we will. Source: Lost‘s Season 3 DVD
  • 10/02/2007 – Among the spoilers Lindelof revealed: The show’s producers have already figured out what they will do with the mysterious character of Jacob, who was introduced at the end of season three. Picking his words carefully, executive producer Carlton Cuse said, “Yes, we do know how Jacob will be depicted. Notice the careful wording of my answer. And no, Jacob did not appear before he was met by Locke.” Source: Sci Fi Wire
  • Lost executive producer Carlton Cuse confirms that [Cynthia Watros] will be playing Hurley’s dearly departed sweetheart [Libby] again this season for multiple episodes, presumably in more of Desmond’s flashbacks. “She’ll be in enough of the show for us to fill in the missing pieces of her story,” says Cuse. Source: The Ausiello Report
  • Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse were on the Drew and Mike radio show. They revealed that the smoke monster will not be explained until the end of the series. Source: The Tail Section
  • Lost Spoilers offers us a summary of the spoilers Cuse and Lindelof revealed in the latest podcast: They will be revisiting the psychic’s predictions for Claire in the future as well as Walt’s abilities. The Others’ obsession with children and pregnancy goes beyond the inability to successfully bear children on the island. The Other’s definitely have an interest in children with special abilities. That’s why they took Walt. There are two factions of The Others and are in no relation to the hatches/stations. They will be getting back to the statue before the show ends. Source: Lost Podcasts
  • Lost Spoilers offers us a summary of the spoilers Cuse and Lindelof revealed in the latest podcast: There will be a Rousseau flashback eventually. In it, it will talk about Montand and his arm. Source: Lost Podcasts
  • Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof reveal: Given everything else we have to tell, [Libby's story] is going to be a mystery that’s going to have to get answered in year 4. There’s really one significant missing piece to Libby’s story. We saw in the season finale last year that she met with Desmond, she gave him his boat, and we know that her husband died — and then we know that subsequent to that, she spent some time in a mental institution, the same one as Hurley. The question the audience wants answered is, How did she get from A to B — from Desmond to the mental institution? We know the answer to that question, but the only way to tell that story is through another character’s flashback, and that character would have to be another character on the show who is not among the beach dwellers. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • [Eko might be back and it] might not necessarily be a flashback episode. Source: Ask Ausiello @ TV Guide
  • Viewers will learn why Libby was in the asylum, and why the island has healing powers. Source: Sci Fi Wire
  • Damon Lindelof [reveals]: Libby’s got this mysterious backstory, of which we’ve only given you the tip of the iceberg. We know she’s spent some time in the mental institution with Hurley, and the idea of killing her before she had an opportunity to explain how she got there… we have a master plan for how we’re going to tell that story, but it’s all posthumous. You’ll start to learn Libby’s moves through flashbacks over the course of the next season. So we’re not done with Cynthia, but Libby is dead. Source: The Ausiello Report
  • The story of the wrecked research vessel, it will be coming at some point but we can’t guarantee it’ll be in Season 3. Source: Ask Ausiello @ TV Guide
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