Lost Season 6 Spoilers: ‘Destiny Found’ The Final Season! How it all Ends!

Is this Italian site posting the real series finale script pages?

Breaking News – Lost Series Finale Extended by 30 Mins

Get ready for more “Lost.”

The producers of ABC’s hit drama have shot so much crucial material for the show’s hugely anticipated finale that the network has agreed to extend the last episode by an extra half hour.

When the “Lost” finale airs on Sunday, May 23rd, the episode will run from 9 to 11:30 p.m. The overrun will air instead of the local news, with the “Jimmy Kimmel Live: Aloha to Lost” post-finale special remaining at 11:30 p.m. ABC is expected to announce the plan on tonight’s episode of Kimmel.

Executive producers Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof just completed post-production on the finale” — on Monday night. Both sent out identical Tweets: “We’re done. Amen.”

The supersizing of the finale is the latest adjustment to what might as well be called “The ‘Lost’ Weekend.” ABC is airing an “enhanced” (pop-ups) version of the show’s original two-hour pilot on May 22. On Sunday there’s a two-hour retrospective titled “Lost: The Final Journey,” followed by the finale and Kimmel post-show.
Source: Hollywood Reporter

Episode 6.15 – Across The Sea – Latest from TV Guide Magazine

What’s The West Wing’s C.J. doing on the May 11 episode of Lost? No one’s officially saying anything about Emmy winner Allison Janney’s mystery character (identified only as ‘Woman’), though online speculation has it that she may be playing the mother of Mark Pellegrino’s Jacob or Titus Welliver’s Man in Black – two of the few recognizable faces in this trippy third-to-last installment titled, “Across the Sea.”

“She’s incredible, but we can’t give away who she’s playing,” says executive producer Damon Lindelof, confirming only that Allison’s role is a major one. “We will confirm that she will be a woman.” (Dang, there goes my big island tranny creation theory.)

Fellow executive producer Carlton Cuse adds, “We were so happy that she was able to do this. It was really hard for her because she was getting ready to shoot a pilot, but she squeezed us in. Then once we saw her in this part we were like, ‘How could anyone else have done this but Allison Janney?”

“In fact,” adds Lindelof, “we’ve been talking about this character for awhile and how nervous we were that we wouldn’t find the right actress. When we first started talking about this character in the writers room we called her ‘Allison Janney’ under the assumption that we wouldn’t be able to get her.”

But the two EPs got on the phone with Allison and had “a lovely conversation,” tells Lindelof. “She’d seen enough of the show to ‘get’ it, but wasn’t completely dialed in. So we explained the part and said it was as close to writing a role for a particular person as we’d ever done. And she moved heaven and earth to go down to Hawaii for eight days.”

Cuse says the mystery role required “incredible presence,” which Allison demonstrated on her long-running NBC drama. “She had so much presence in The West Wing,” he recalls. “She was in charge and had the strength we needed.”

Hmmm… So, since my tranny creation theory’s out the window, might it be possible that Janney’s character was sent to the island on official business by… Martin Sheen’s President Bartlet? Not even in a flash-sideways!

Source: TV Guide Magazine

Damon Lindelof discuss the Finale and more

Audio Interview with Dominic Monaghan

Episode 6.15 – Across The Sea – Early Press Release

Episode F118 – “Across the Sea”


The motives of John Locke are finally explained.

Written by Carlton Cuse & Damon Lindelof
Directed by Tucker Gates

Naveen Andrews as Sayid
Nestor Carbonell as Richard Alpert
Emilie de Ravin as Claire
Michael Emerson as Ben
Jeff Fahey as Frank Lapidus
Matthew Fox as Jack
Jorge Garcia as Hurley
Josh Holloway as Sawyer
Daniel Dae Kim as Jin
Yunjin Kim as Sun
Ken Leung as Miles
Evangeline Lilly as Kate
Terry O’Quinn as Locke
Zuleikha Robinson as Ilana

Guest Cast
Mark Pellegrino as Jacob
Titus Welliver as man in black
Allison Janney as woman
Kenton Duty as teenage boy
Ryan Bradford as boy in black
Lela Loren as Claudia
Ivo Nandi as oldest hunter

Source: DarkUFO

Episode 6.14 – The Candidate – Sneak Peek 1

Episode 6.14 – The Candidate – New ABC Promo 2

Episode 6.14 – The Candidate – Sneak Peek 2

Episode 6.14 – The Candidate – New ABC Promo 2

Episode 6.14 – The Candidate – Slow Motion Promo

Preview of ‘Lost’ Season 6: Destiny Found

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
An eye opens in a sudden, in the teaser for ‘Lost’ season 6 which will be the final round for the whole island’s mystery.

Preview of 'Lost' Season 6: Destiny Found See larger image” has ended its fifth season run on Wednesday, May 13 with a cliffhanger when Juliet was sucked into the hole and woke up with the bomb near her. She hit the bomb with a rock and it was the end of the episode. To keep fans in excitement, ABC has posted a very short sneak peek of the 6th season where an aye opens up in shock. No clue to who the green eye belongs to. In the preview also, it is revealed that the big idea is “Destiny Found” and it could as well be the ultimate reason why they are all stranded on the island in the first place, not the kind of destiny that each of the characters thought. The new season will begin in 2010, reportedly in January. Meanwhile, a few thoughts on the sixth season had been thrown in recent weeks and here is the summary. Likely to be back for another round are Ben, Juliet and Claire. Regarding Ben’s return, Michael Emerson who plays the character said that Ben’s work is not done in the season finale but he is also still crossing fingers for it because nothing is set in stone in “Lost”. Juliet’s comeback was teased by EW with no other details while Claire’s involvement was suggested by Carlton Cuse. “Claire is a wonderful part of the show and the audience can rest assured that they will see (her) again on Lost,” Cuse said. For one thing, the sixth season will be the final season for the series. Creators Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse have planned the whole story to conclude in the 6th year, with the story coming to full circle. “Season six will feel a lot like season one,” Lindelof teased. “The focus comes back to the characters with whom we began. We’ve been winnowing away everyone else who came along. The Tailies are gone, only Miles is left of the Freighter Folk and only Juliet is left of The Others. We’re getting down to the end now.”

Matthew Fox Tells Us How Lost Ends (and How Season Six Begins)

Source: Kristin on E!Online

Matthew Fox says Lost creators Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse will prove they knew where they were going all along when the show ends in “an incredibly powerful, very sad and beautiful way. I think is going to be pretty awesome.”

The only castmember to know what that crazy smoke monster is and how the show ends said, “I think it is going to be very satisfying and cathartic and redemptive and beautiful. I’ve talked to Damon pretty extensively and every time I talk to him it’s sort of surprising how moving it is just to talk about it.”

But before we get the very end of our adventure, Fox exclusively reveals to us the beginning of Lost season six…

The sixth season will begin with an examination of what happened after Juliet seemingly detonated the hydrogen bomb. As usual, Fox says, “It’s very surprising and probably fairly confusing initially to the audience.”

“Like a third of the way in [to the season] I would guess we are going to [settle] in one time frame and it will be very linear—no more flashbacks, nothing. It will be on the island and sort of a final conflict to the end,” say Fox.

He assured fans that all the crazy storylines introduced in earlier seasons will be resolved, and said that the conflict between Jack and Locke (Terry O’Quinn) “will come head to head” this season, but wouldn’t divulge more than that. When asked what would happen if he did, he said, “Some guys would pull up outside this building in a white van and masks and I’d never be seen again.”

At the 35th Annual Saturn Awards in Burbank, Calif., we asked Lost‘s Michael Emerson how Ben (who once crushed hard on Juliet) would react to the news that she had nuked herself, and Emerson said: “Ben’s no longer in a position to entertain romantic notions. I don’t think there’s room for romance in Ben’s world right now. As much as he admires her on a lot of levels, I don’t think he can do anything about it.” We also asked, on a scale of one to 10, how he would rate Elizabeth Mitchell‘s awesomeness? “It would be a number higher than 10.” Word.
The best we can offer you on this fine afternoon is Lost show runner Carlton Cuse saying nothing about Lost at the Saturn Awards, but saying it darn well:

Watch With Kristin: How much of the speculation on the Internet about Lost season six is correct? Give us a percentage.
Carlton Cuse:
I’m not really good at math, so no speculation about that.

WWK: You’re the best stonewaller ever.
This is what we like to call stonewalling season, where we try to preserve radio silence—but we’ll be coming out of Comic-Con with some cool things, I think, so we’re excited about that.

WWK: There is one very important question.

WWK: Can you get Josh Holloway to come to Comic-Con?
Mmmm…That’s a good idea, which I will pitch to the appropriate parties. Josh is great. We would love it if Josh would come.

WWK: And here’s a question you’re not going to answer. Season one: Jack’s the most important person ever. Season four: Ben’s the key to everything. Season five: Jacob. If you had to pick a character who was the most central to what Lost is in the end, who would it be?
You’re right, I’m not going to answer that.

1. We tried.
2. Tell Holloway in the comments that he should appear on Lost‘s final Comic-Con panel.

Source: Kristin on E!Online

Episode 6.03 – What Kate Does – Press Release

“What Kate Does” – Kate finds herself on the run, while Jack is tasked with something that could endanger a friend’s life, on “Lost,” TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
“Lost” stars Naveen Andrews as Sayid, Nestor Carbonell as Richard Alpert, Emilie de Ravin as Claire, Michael Emerson as Ben, Jeff Fahey as Frank Lapidus, Matthew Fox as Jack, Jorge Garcia as Hurley, Josh Holloway as Sawyer, Daniel Dae Kim as Jin, Yunjin Kim as Sun, Ken Leung as Miles, Evangeline Lilly as Kate, Terry O’Quinn as Locke and Zuleikha Robinson as Ilana.
“What Kate Does” was written by Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz and directed by Paul Edwards.
Source: ABC

Upcoming Episode Spoilers – Some Big Ones

Hurley speaks to someone very close to Richard’s past and conveys this person’s message to Richard. Definite tearjerker on par with when we first meet Bernand and he finds out Rose is okay in season 2.
– Man in Black has a true nemesis – and it’s not Jacob.
-“Happily Ever After” marks Desmond’s full return – his centric episode as well. His “flash-sideways” feature Charlie, Daniel, Penny, Mommy, Jack, Widmore, and Claire. Widmore and Desmond share some of that famous scotch. Des has to make a very, very big sacrifice.
– “Everybody Loves Hugo” marks the return of Libby and Michael. Michael is a ghost on island and Libby and Hurley date in his “flash-sideways.” Locke gets run over. Man can’t catch a break, can he?
Source: DarkUFO

Widmore, Ben, Locke, Jacob, Man in Black… will we ever find out who the good guys really are on Lost?
MICKEY: We asked Josh Holloway, who portrays Sawyer, one ethically complicated dude, what he thinks. “I think the whole beauty of this show and the intrigue has been the constant question of what is good and what is bad and what is right or wrong,” he says. “That is the entire crux of the show, so no, you’re never going to get a clear picture. You’re going to be left with that question to answer for yourself.” Next you’ll be telling me the numbers are just… numbers!
Source: TV Guide

Latest from DocJensen – Damon and Carlton Answers

EW: The whole idea of flash-sideways and the plan to use season 6 to show us a world where Oceanic 815 never crashed — how long has that been in the works? Why did you want to do it?
DAMON LINDELOF: It’s been in play for at least a couple of years. We knew that the ending of the time travel season was going to be an attempt to reboot. And as a result, we [knew] the audience was going to come out of the “do-over moment” thinking we were either going start over or just say it didn’t work and continue on. [We thought] wouldn’t it be great if we did both? That was the origin of the story.
CARLTON CUSE: We thought just doing one [of those options] would inherently not be satisfying. Since the very beginning of the show, characters started crossing through each other’s stories. Part of our desire [in season 6] is to show that there’s still this kind of weave, that these characters still would have impacted each other’s lives even without the event of crashing on the Island. Obviously, the big question of the season is going to be: How do these [two timelines] reconcile? However, for the fans who have not watched the show closely, that’s an intact narrative. You can just watch the flash sideways — they stand alone all by themselves. For the fans who are more deeply embedded in the show, you can watch those flash sideways, compare them to what transpired in the flashbacks and go, “Oh, that’s an interesting difference.”
LINDELOF: Right out of the gate, in the first five minutes of the premiere, you get hit over the head with two things that you’re not expecting. The first is that Desmond is on the plane. The second thing that we do is we drop out of the plane and we go below the water and we see that the Island is submerged. What we’re trying to do there is basically say to you, “God bless the survivors of Oceanic 815, because they’re so self-centered, they thought the only effect [of detonating the bomb] was going to be that their plane never crashes.” But they don’t stop to think, “If we do this in 1977, what else is going to affected by this?” So that their entire lives can be changed radically. In fact, it would appear that they’ve sunken the Island. That’s our way of saying, “Keep your eyes peeled for the differences that you’re not expecting.” Some of these characters were still in Australia, but some weren’t. Shannon’s not there. Boone actually says that he tried to get her back. There are all sorts of other people that we don’t see. Where’s Libby? Where’s Ana Lucia? Where’s Eko? These are all the things that you’re supposed to be thinking about. When our characters posited the “What if?” scenario, they neglected to think about what the other effects of potentially changing time might be and we’re embracing those things.

That said, are you saying definitively that detonating Jughead was the event that created this new timeline? Or is that a mystery which the season 6 story will reveal?

LINDELOF: It’s a mystery. A big one.
CUSE: We did have some concern that it might be confusing kind of going into the season. To clear that up a little bit: The archetypes of the characters are the same and that’s the most significant thing. Kate is still a fugitive. If you were to look at the Comic-Con video, for instance, that now comes into play. There was a different scenario in that story. She basically blew up an apprentice plumber as opposed to killing her biological father/stepfather. Those kind of differences exist, but who the characters fundamentally are is the same. If it becomes too confusing for you, you can just follow the flash sideways for what they are. It’s not as though there’s narrative that hangs on the fact that you need to know that this event was different in that world, in the flashback world versus the sideways world. That’s not critical for being able to process the narrative this season.

Is there a relationship between Island reality and sideways reality? Will they run parallel for the remainder of the season? Will they fuse together? Might one fade away?

LINDELOF: For us, the big risk that we’re taking in the final season of the show is basically this very question. [Lindelof then explains the show has replaced the trademark “whoosh!” sound effect marking the segue between Island present story and flashbacks or flash-forwards, thus calling conspicuous attention to the relationship between the Island world and the Sideways world.] This is the critical mystery of the season, which is, “What is the relationship between these two shows?” And we don’t use the phrase “alternate reality,” because to call one of them an “alternate reality” is to infer that one of them isn’t real, or one of them is real and the other is the alternate to being real.
CUSE: But the questions you’re asking are exactly the right questions. What are we to make of the fact that they’re showing us two different timelines? Are they going to resolve? Are they going to connect? Are they going to co-exist in parallel fashion? Are they going to cross? Do they intersect? Does one prove to be viable and the other one not? I think those are all the kind of speculations that are the right speculations to be having at this point in the season.

LINDELOF: But it is going to require patience. We’ve taught the audience how to be patient thus far, so while they’re getting a lot of mythological answers on the island early in the season, this idea of what is the relationship between the two [worlds] is a little bit more of a slow burn.

Did Jughead really sink the Island? And is it possible that the Sideways characters are now caught in a time loop in which they might have to go back in time and fulfill the obligation to continuity by detonating the bomb?

LINDELOF: These questions will be dealt with on the show. Should you infer that the detonation of Jughead is what sunk the island? Who knows? But there’s the Foot. What do you get when you see that shot? It looks like New Otherton got built. These little clues [might help you] extrapolate when the Island may have sunk. Start to think about it. A couple of episodes down the road, some of the characters might even discuss it. We will say this: season 6 is not about time travel. It’s about the implications, the aftermath, and the causality of trying to change the past. But the idea of continuing to do paradoxical storytelling is not what we’re interested in this year.

Source: EW

Latest from Kristin – 3rd Feb

Next Week Will Blow You Away: After you see the final 10 minutes of next week’s episode, it will become increasingly clear what the entire final season of Lost is leading up to. (I smell a war coming on!)
Get Ready for Two Surprising Reappearances: (1) A certain someone you thought was dead will be back, and how he or she returns, and what it means for the future of the other Losties on the island, will have your brain spinning. (2) Someone else appears in Los Angeles next week that I did not know was returning at all, and it’s awesome.
There Will Be Some Shipper Moments Next Week: Kate will have a tender moment with Jack, and she’ll also have a revealing moment with Sawyer, and there will definitely be some clear indication as to where the romantic storylines (or lack thereof) will be heading this season.
Richard Alpert Was a Slave?! The SMIB mentioned that Richard was in chains. There has long been talk that crew of the Black Rock (allegedly a mining vessel) were slaves, and when we’ve visited the ship in the past, skeletons were found shackled together. So was Alpert on the Black Rock? The good news is we will find out. Nestor Carbonell tells me: “You’re going to get all your answers: Why doesn’t he age? Where’s he from? What his powers might be? Who he is? And there is one specific episode that deals with all of that. I was blown away by what they wrote.” Can. Not. Wait.
Claire and Sayid Will Have Something in Common. Something big.
Source: E!Online

Latest from Kristin – 2nd Feb

Kristin’s Red Carpet Interviews from the Premiere Party.

television at its very best. It is, as they say, a There is at least one moment that will make you shriek out loud in tonight’s two-hour Lost premiere, which is “game-changer.”

So what else is in store for this groundbreaking series’ final season? What about Walt? The Smoke Monster? Claire’s relation to Jack? I just chatted up the entire cast and show masterminds Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse, and without giving away anything too spoilery (what’s the fun in that?), here’s what you absolutely need to know…

Will We See the Man in Black Again? Smokey? Jacob? Find out in the video above in the fun little game of “False, True or Hell No, I Won’t Tell You” that I played with some of the cast and producers. (I got much more scoop from them but it needs to hold til after the premiere so stand by for that.)

The Premiere Rocks. I’ll say it again: Tonight’s two-hour premiere is my favorite episode since Lost’s groundbreaking pilot five years ago. The show is instantly broader and more meaningful than it was before. It’s as if the fate of the whole world now depends on what is happening on this island…

There Will Be Answers. “Exactly 73 questions will be answered in the final season,” boss Carlton Cuse tells me, and naturally, he’s joking. “We’re going to answer the questions that matter to our characters,” Damon says in all seriousness. “If they care about it, then we’re going to answer it. If it affects their lives, than we’re going to deal with it.”

There Will Be Family Matters. Urkel is guest starring! I keed. When asked if Claire (Emilie de Ravin) will find out Jack is her brother, Matthew Fox tells me, “Yes, I think you’ll get an opportunity to see that.” And here’s my favorite tease from Michael Emerson (Ben) about the final season: “In the 13 episodes [we’ve shot so far], huge chucks of the puzzle have fallen into place. Some quite shocking, and some really satisfying. Some of those puzzle pieces answer whole families of questions. So the audience can have hope for resolution and satisfaction.” When asked if he specifically chose the word “families” for a particular reason, Emerson says knowingly: “You know that nothing is accidental with Lost.” Chills, meet spine.

What About Walt? Though Damon and Carlton say there are no current plans to bring Malcom David Kelley (Walt) back, his onscreen father is hopeful. “I’m hoping he’s the next leader of the island,” Harold Perrineau (Michael) tells me. “He starts it all over again. In 2012, Lost is back with Malcolm. He’s 20 feet tall now and can kick my ass.”

Sayid Might Be OK. His character was shot in the stomach when we last saw him, but as Naveen Andrews says in the clip above, “Lots of people have been in dire situations, right? And somehow, some way they pull through.”
The Very End Will Satisfy Some of You. “The ending we promise you will be very emotional,” Carlton explains. “That’s what we think matters, what happens to the characters.

The Premiere Was Leaked. In case you didn’t hear, the premiere episode was leaked on YouTube via fan videos taken at Sunday’s Hawaii beach event, but here’s the truly incredible thing: Very few of you have actually clicked to watch it (many vidoes received only a few hundred hits), recognizing that you didn’t wait all this time to watch some lame shaky FlipCam version of this visually inspiring series. And that is why I heart you.

Just Wait Till You See Next Week’s Episode. More on that in tonight’s first Lost Redux (should be posted about 10 pm ET/7 pm PT), but I now know what’s in store for next week and in all seriousness could not sleep last night thinking about all the ramifications of it. It will be an entirely different series with an entirely different framework after the end of next Tuesday’s episode.

Why I’m Not Saying More Till You See It: As Daniel Dae Kim puts it, “Because people have waited so long for answers, and because they’re coming out, it’s probably best to be a little more tight-lipped than usual.” Wise words from a guy I adore, so I’m heeding ’em.
That said, I would absolutely love to meet any of you who are interested in “watching” the premiere with me in the comments section below tonight from 8 to 10 pm ET (sorry, West Coasters, but you can read the exchange afterward?). Join me if you’d like, and I’ll answer the questions I can?If you promise to hold me tight when Terry O’Quinn’s big moment is revealed.

Source: E!Online

TV Guide’s 13 Questions with Damon and Carlton

TVGuide.com: Is the reset going to be a theme of this season or are you playing with the audience?
Cuse: I think it wouldn’t be Lost if we weren’t playing with the audience a little bit, but by the end of the premiere, you’ll have a sense of what we’re doing. We’re still doing the same thing we’ve always done on the show, which is island storytelling and off-island storytelling. It just now starts to take on a different form in the final season. Like every season, each season is a distinct entity, so by the end of the premiere, you should have a sense of what Season 6 is shaping up to be like.

TVGuide.com: Michael Emerson said instead of storylines coming together, the threads keep spreading out. Do you feel like everything will come together at the end or will it keep spreading?

Cuse: I’m not sure I agree with Michael. He might have been toying with you, because we do feel like there’s a certain circularity to the show. In the same way that the show started, we’re going to come back around to some of the main characters from the first season of the show. To us, the most important thing is, what are these character’s destinies? What are their fates? What’s going to happen to them? Those are the questions we’re really interested in answering. Along the way, we’re going to tackle some of the mythological biggies, like what’s the smoke monster? You’ll learn more about the nature of the island. You’ll learn more about Jacob and the Man in Black. Those are the things we feel are important as opposed to what kind of research was the Dharma Initiative doing on polar bears.

TVGuide.com: Will there be more on the numbers or will that never really be answered?
Cuse: There is definitely more about the numbers in Season 6. I think it will be an individual decision as to whether you’ll walk away satisfied by the answer because there’s a fundamental conundrum where any question begets another question. It’s the Big Bang conundrum. The universe started with the Big Bang, but once you accept that you ask what came before the Big Bang. So at a certain point you can’t definitively answer a question in a way that doesn’t lead to other questions. Everyone is going to have to find their comfort level with the show.

TVGuide.com: Will the final season be no holds barred? Can anyone die?
Cuse: The mantra of the final season in a certain way is, “Anything can happen, be prepared.” We are nearing the end, so if there are any constraints that govern a series, they really go away in the final season. We always felt like Lost was at its best when it was really surprising. We did things that were unexpected. We do have a few surprises up our sleeves for this season, which we think are really exciting.

TVGuide.com: You already know who is going to die in the end?
Cuse: Yes, we have our game plan for how the season will end. Significant discisions like that have definitely been resolved by now. We’re still writing the scripts, but we, ourselves, know the fates of the characters.

TVGuide.com: What can you say of the Man in Black?
Cuse: People who are curious about the Man in Black will get more answers this season for sure. We recognize that that character is mysterious and cryptic and we promise that we will give you more details about who he is.

TVGuide.com: Is Jacob really dead?
Cuse: Is Jacob really dead? Yeah, I mean we’ve always said that when characters die on Lost they die. He was stabbed, he was dead. Of course, dead characters show up in other incarnations. We have a narrative structure of our show which allows us to have our cake and eat it too. Just because you’re dead doesn’t mean we don’t see you on the show, but was Jacob killed by Ben? The answer is yes.

TVGuide.com: Yes, and Harold Perrineau is among those who’s back despite being dead.
Cuse: Yeah, and he’s back on the show this year, so you’ll see Harold on the show and that’s really exciting for us, but he did die on the freighter.

TVGuide.com: Is Kate going to end up with Jack or Sawyer or end up alone?
Cuse: Well, we know what’s going to happen to her, but we’re not going to tip what’s happening to her. But we definitely know what the resolutions of the characters are and we know that people care a lot about the Kate, Jack, Sawyer, Juliet quadrangle and that will be something that you’ll definitely get some resolution on this season.
Lindelof: And I think it’s great that you actually present that Kate might end up alone as an option, because a lot of people say, “Is it going to be Jack or is it going to be Sawyer?” But that presupposes way too many things that they’re not fully aware of in the final season. So there may be a couple of other options that are in play that people aren’t considering yet.

Full article here: TV Guide

Episode 6.01: LA X (Season premiere) Airdate: February 2, 2010 at 9 p.m.

The sixth-season premiere will present us with two seemingly incompatible storylines: One in which we find out someone we thought was dead is actually alive (Charlotte) in the same time that we last saw him or her, and the other in which we will see Flight 815 again. And these two storylines will go on for a little while (in different decades) from what I hear. (Watch With Kristin) … Desmond will indeed be part of the Season 6 premiere. Source: Lost Spoilers

Jeff: Male, late 20s to 50s, any ethnicity. A polished, sympathetic, and very efficient public relations rep for high-profile company. Has to deliver a piece of bad news to a corporate executive and hides his nervousness behind a professional, reassuring smile. Source: Lost Spoilers … John Hawkes is joining the final season of Lost as a recurring. The Deadwood alum will play Lennon. Lost producers wouldn’t release information on the character. According to the casting breakdown, Lennon is the scruffy, edgy and charismatic spokesperson and translator for the president of a foreign corporation who is far more powerful than it seems from his position. Source: The Hollywood Reporter … The sixth season will begin with an examination of what happened after Juliet seemingly detonated the hydrogen bomb. As usual, [Matthew] Fox said, “It’s very surprising and probably fairly confusing initially to the audience.” Source: Kristin on E!Online

Episode 6.03: What Kate Does (Kate-centric) Airdate: February 9, 2010

TVSquad summarized various spoilers from the two sources: The scenes being filmed at what is supposed to be LAX International Arrivals feature Jack in a suit, a very pregnant Claire, Kate and Dr. Arzt, amongst others. In the third episode, titled “What Kate Does,” Kate and Claire share a cab and their destination is the house of the couple who are set to adopt Aaron. When they reach the couple’s door, the woman says she really wanted to adopt, but that her husband … and then says she can’t have the baby right now. Bad timing, as Claire goes into labor at that exact moment! There will be a taxi cab accident in L.A., but it’s unknown yet if it’s the one Kate and Claire are in, as there are set reports where Kate is driving the cab and other reports saying someone else is. Source: Lost Spoilers and Hawaii Blog

Episode 6.04: The Substitute (Locke-centric) Airdate: February 16, 2010

We learn of a connection between The Smoke Monster and MIB. Fake Locke gets an old friend to join his army. Ben lies to Illana about what happened inside the temple. Jacob is dead and his ashes are collected by someone whose name has 5 letters. Someone tries to persuade Sun to visit the temple claiming that Jin is there. Frank want to try and see if his plane on the other island will still work Sun insists they bury someone properly. Frank makes a comment about the “weirdest funeral ever.” Ben makes a touching speech. Sawyer is drunk when he reunites with a familar face. Someone reveals that they know a lot more about the island than Ben. We find out that Jacob has a child. An old friend crosses paths with someone unexpected off island. Source: Lost Spoilers … Jacob has a child and it’s one of the [following] people: Jack, Sawyer, Kate, Juliet, Hurley, Locke, Michael, Bram, Desmond, Caesar, Illana, Ben, Richard, Sayid. Source: Lost Spoilers

Episode 6.06: Sundown (Sayid-centric)Airdate: March 2, 2010

L.A. Law’s Sheila Kelley has been cast in a recurring role on Lost, TVGuide.com has confirmed. Kelley, 45, will play a character named Kendall in the sixth season of Lost. Source: TV Guide Online… Kendall: Described as an “intellectual beauty with a sharp edge to her wit,” she is caught committing corporate espionage and has to lie her way out. Recurring potential. Source: The Ausiello Files

Episode 6.07: Dr. Linus (Ben-centric) Airdate: March 9, 2010

Episode 6.08: Recon Airdate: March 16, 2010

Episode 6.09: Ab Aeterno (Richard-centric) Airdate: March 23, 2010

Some more filming details: episode nine is definitely Alpert-centric, and the Black Rock is definitely a prison ship. Also, we see an Ilana scene taking place at an old hospital in Russia, suggesting that Ilana is tied in with Alpert’s backstory somehow. Separately, there’s a scene with Jin working in a hotel, and Sun was there too. Also filming in the same location was a Keamy/Omar scene, and Mikhail was there and spoke Korean. There was also a Jin scene involving the same community college where Hurley’s asylum was filmed. And a scene at a nice house with Hurley and Alpert. (SpoilersLost)

General spoilers:

Rose and Jack (Matthew Fox) will be reunited. (Watch With Kristin)

Maggie Grace’s (Shannon) absence from the beginning of the new season will be explained by a significant change to Shannon and Boone’s (Ian Somerhalder) backstory. (Watch With Kristin)

Sawyer (Josh Holloway) will smooch someone who is either Kate (Evangeline Lilly) or Juliet (Elizabeth Mitchell), and it will happen within the first four hours of the new season. (Watch With Kristin)

We will find out how Mikhail lost his eye. (Michael Ausiello)

A new and exciting twist on the “alternate universe where Flight 815 landed safely” concept: a dapper Sawyer was spotted filming a scene at the upscale Diamond Head restaurant, part of the Lotus hotel, and his lunch companion? Was Charlotte (Rebecca Mader) last seen dying on the island. (Hawaii Weblog)

An ABC spokesperson confirms that there is no deal in place for Maggie Grace to return to Lost at this time. […] I know most of you have heard about the “alt Lost ” this season, and so have I. But I’m also told that the thing that I’m pretty sure needs to happen for “alt Lost ” to happen does not happen. […] “[Rose] and Jack will be reunited, and this time it will feel so good!” […] We already know that Rebecca Mader (Charlotte) is back on Lost in some capacity this season, but what’s the real deal behind her resurrection? “I can’t say,” she tells us with a grin. And just why not? “Because it’s really, really, really, really, really, really exciting and I don’t want to ruin it. It’s too good to say.” (Yes, she really said really that many times!) And on that note, this is the most revealing thing we were able to get out of her: “It’s going to blow people’s heads off.” Source: Kristin on E!Online

Zuleikha Robinson who plays Illana is now a series regular. Source: Lost Spoilers

Rebecca Mader, who was prematurely killed off Lost last season, has agreed to reprise her role of anthropologist Charlotte Lewis. Source: Keck’s Exclusives

Set report spoilers from Celestial Beauty: This is what I managed to find out on the set I visiting during the filming at the High School last week. You already have a few bits of this but here goes. At the school, Alex (Tania Raymonde) is actually a student at this school where Ben is a teacher. She is still “close” to Ben. Also spotted at the school are both, boom boom, Doc Arzt and Rose! No sign of Bernard. One of the new guests that you posted, William Atherton, was on the set. He is actually the Principle of the school, however I’ll leave you with this cryptic snippet. Although he is the principle, that may not actually be his only role! Locke and Ben both work at the School. Source: Lost Spoilers

[Carlton] Cuse tweeted a clue for Lost fans to figure out. “Damon and I are die hard fans of this impeckable actor who keeps the barr high and just signed to guest star on the show. Life is good!” The misspellings were clues leading to the name… William Atherton. In order of the clues: Atherton was in both Die Hard and Die Hard 2, his character’s name in Ghost Busters was Walter Peck, on Desperate Housewives he played Dr. Barr and the 62-year-old actor was also Charlie Crews’ nemesis on Life. Source: TV Guide Online

On the Island, Locke is a true man-about-town… er jungle. Not only is he seen reuniting with a number the original Losties, including the badass, rifle-toting Claire, but he even finds the time to get stabbed by a genuine Iraqi. Source: Lost Spoilers

These are from various episodes from 6.01 up to 6.05 and 6.06: A character you would NOT expect sits next to Jack. Someone becomes ill in the toilet and needs Sayid’s help. Kate “jumps” someone but it is not Sawyer. We’ll see the numbers again in a signifcant and shocking way. Hurley continues to communicate with someone special on the Island. Sayid injuries are healed by something watery. Someone shoots at Flocke and a battle ensues. There are 2 burials. Jack and Kate take Sayid somewhere “Shiney”. Source: Lost Spoilers

Season 6 will showcase “a version of Claire we’ve never seen before – a Rousseau-esque version.” We’ll be in need of a Rousseau fix since the real version will be MIA. According to a Lost insider, the French Lady’s portrayer, Mira Furlan, turned down the show’s request to return for the final season due to a “prior overseas commitment.” Source: The Ausiello Files

You can add Katey Sagal’s name to the list of Lost alums who have jetted off to Hawaii to shoot scenes for the final season. Source: TV Guide Online

[A guest character will be Detective Rasmussen. He] is an investigator who makes a visit to the Hospital that Claire and Kate are in from the previous set reports. The detective may be there to investigate Kate.

Source: Lost Spoilers

Titus Welliver: Lost‘s Season-Ending Mystery Isn’t Black and White

Source: TV Guide Online

Titus Welliver probably thought he had seen it all during his run as Deadwood resident Silas Adams. But then he appeared on Lost for all of 1 minute and 45 seconds, and in short order his world — as well as that of the ABC drama — shifted forever. Who was this mysterious “man in black” taunting Jacob on the beach in the Season 5 finale prologue? What did he mean with the observation, “They come. Fight. They destroy. They corrupt. It always ends the same”? And why did this “Man No. 2” so desperately want to find the loophole necessary to one day kill Jacob? Review our round-up of season-finale cliffhangers Welliver, who now has a recurring role on CBS’ The Good Wife (premiering Sept. 22), shared a look inside the far-from-black-and-white nature of his Lost visit.

TVGuide.com: How does it feel to be dropped into the zeitgeist that is Lost?
Titus Welliver:
It’s pretty insane. It’s pretty insane. This is a completely different thing for me. At the street level, it has been crazy. People — from all walks of life — come up and say, “Now, you possessed Locke…?” “Are you in fact Locke?” “Has the character of Locke been created from you, and this was a whole setup to crash the plane?”

TVGuide.com: The funny thing is they can only refer to you as “you,” because they didn’t give your character a name. By what name did you know him?
He has no name. He’s just “the man,” because they don’t want to give anything away. I know that this character has a name and I know the importance of it; that’s all that I know.

TVGuide.com: So you don’t know his actual name?
No — and I think they deliberately withheld that.

TVGuide.com: Were you only given the script pages for your scene?
No, I got a whole script. But the thing is, unless you’re watching the show weekly, you’ve no bloody idea what’s going on. It’s not a show that you can just drop into the middle of. I had watched Lost during the first season, but then life and children sort of prevent one from being able to consistently stay with something.

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TVGuide.com: Did the producers give you any notes on what the dynamic should be between you and Mark Pellegrino‘s Jacob?
Liz Sarnoff, one of the writers on the show, is actually an old colleague from a show that we did with David Milch, Big Apple, and from Deadwood. Her explanation was that Jacob sees man as being a flawed creature, but that there is always hope, whereas my character has a much more cynical but in some ways realistic view of man. She said, “Now extrapolate from that what you will. Are they waxing philosophical? Are they gods?” What occurs to me as I watch Locke mention the loophole and pitch Jacob into the fire is, “Clearly this other man on the beach has inhabited Locke on some level” — and it never suspends your belief simply because of how intricate the mysterious nature of the show is. You never say, “Aw, c’mon.” I find it interesting that the audience completely buys into what [the writers] put in front of them.

TVGuide.com: Fans have all sorts of theories on the Jacob-Man No. 2 relationship. Some see the obvious parallels with the Bible’s Jacob and Esau, but there are also a wealth of Egyptian comparisons…
Yeah, the Esau thing seems to dominate the extrapolating conversations. People on the subway say, “Are you Esau?” The interactions are that random.

TVGuide.com: Do you think it’s as simple as one of these guys is good and the other evil?
The way that I interpreted it, on a biblical level, is that it’s a sort of Cain-and-Abel scenario. So by destroying Jacob, what does that prove — that [the man in black] can ultimately have power over the island? Do the castaways become solely his playthings? And why was it so important that he find the loophole to be able to kill Jacob? That moved me in the direction of thinking that if he needs this loophole, there’s a greater power than the two of them that they’re answering to.

TVGuide.com: Right, someone had to establish that loophole. Some giant, cosmic lawyer.
[Laughs] Exactly. What [the producers] said to me was, “No hand-wringing” — and I said, “Certainly not,” I didn’t want to do the Snidely Whiplash thing — “and understand that this is kind of a chess game,” hence the fact that one’s in black and one’s in white. But are they part of the chess game… or are they the players?

TVGuide.com: It seems like Jacob could have one last ace up his sleeve, as evidenced by him saying before dying, “They’re coming.” He may have put one final countermeasure in place.
Oh, yeah. Somebody asked me about that — “Is your character going to just take over?” — and of course I don’t have the answer. But as a viewer I think, “It can’t be that easy to get rid of Jacob.”

Michael Emerson Talks About Season 6 and Jacob

Anyways do you have any more Lost scoop? Ausiello: May’s series finale is going to be a real downer, predicts Michael Emerson. “I don’t think Lost will have a happy ending,” he confessed to us at the Saturn Awards. “It’s the end and I think we are going to start seeing more casualties. I would put money on major characters being killed. I believe it will be a sad ending to the show — or at least bittersweet. I think it will definitely be a series finale for grownups.” Emerson, meanwhile, is still trying to make sense of the season 5 finale. (Join the club!) “I killed Jacob… maybe… probably,” he hedged. “It isn’t like we haven’t seen plenty of other people be killed and somehow come back. And what does it mean if I did kill him? I Who the hell was he anyway? Obviously, Ben wanted a father. So much of our show is about bad fathers. It is one of our biggest themes. And Jacob disappointed in those final moments. And maybe Jacob made it easy for him. Maybe that was all meant to happen. Is it all ordained? Maybe. And for that matter, can Jacob even be killed? Stay tuned is my response.” Source: EW

Latest on Potential Return of Dead Losties in Season 6

The exec producer of Ian Somerhalder’s new CW series, The Vampire Diaries, is close friends with Lost exec producer Damon Lindelof. So when he’s not sucking blood in the South, Ian may reappear on the island as Boone. While apartment hunting in Atlanta, where Diaries shoots, with his new on-screen vampire brother Paul Wesley, Ian tells me, “I’ve heard a little bit about what’s happening this season on Lost, and there’s definitely an avenue they’re going down to bring back a lot of us.” Any crossover [with] Lost would “only help the success of our show…as long as it’s not screwing up production,” Ian says. So what if Boone, Shannon, Charlie and the rest of Lost’s “living dead” turn out to be vampires? “That would not be good,” says the actor, who currently lives around the corner from Maggie Grace (Shannon) in Venice Beach. “There are already enough vampires flying around the airwaves. If we can keep it at True Blood, Twilight and Vampire Diaries, the world will be better off!” Source: TV Guide

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“What the hell’s going on with Lost? I don’t think they know. I think from week to week they go, ‘Let’s do this.’ And then someone else says, ‘No, this would be a good idea.’ I love that show, but I don’t think they know what they’re doing.” —Ellen DeGeneres

“I am flattered that Ellen is a fan of our show,” says exec producer Carlton Cuse, who promises Ellen there is a master plan, with some sweet payoffs, if she sticks through the final season. Dominic Monaghan recently had a secret breakfast meeting with producer Damon Lindelof to discuss how he might manage returning to Lost as Charlie. “We would like there to be some visitations from people we’ve loved over time,” Cuse says. Michael Emerson, who plays Ben, confirms, “The final season will resemble the first. I know there are plans for big people we have parted company with to reappear.” But one crucial component from the very first pilot episode will most likely be absent from the reunion: cocreator J.J. Abrams, who tells me he won’t be returning to Hawaii to direct the series finale. “I would selfishly love it,” he says, “but director Jack Bender has been living in Hawaii for years and doing amazing work. For me to come in and direct the finale would be cruel and unusual.”
Source: TV Guide Magazine

Any word on Mark Pellegrino being on Lost next season, or is Jacob really dead? We posed that question to Michael Emerson who claims he doesn’t know the fate of Jacob, but since Ben was the one to stab him, we don’t quite believe him. “I have no idea, honestly, I wonder. I can’t wait to see that next script,” he says. The cast of Lost goes back to Hawaii in the middle of August to shoot the final season, and Michael is really looking forward to it: “It’s certainly bittersweet, but it’s sort of exciting to know that they’re not going to string it out. They are going to end that sucker in 17 episodes. I can’t wait to see how they do it.” We can’t either! Source: Kristin on E!Online

I was so happy to hear about Charlie, Shannon and Claire returning to Lost next season, and then so bummed to find out that nothing except Claire is for sure yet. What’s the current status of various dead castmembers returning to Lost? Even though Dominic Monaghan is said to be appearing on another ABC show next season, reportedly Flash Forward, we’re just paranoid enough to think it might be a double cross, and that D.M. might actually be heading back to Lost after (or in addition to) whatever else he does on the Alphabet Net. Why do we think this? Because very reliable sources now tell us that there is “mutual interest” (between the Lost PTB and Dominic Monaghan) in bringing about a season-six return visit by Charlie Pace. Look for official developments in the next week or two. Source: E!Online


Question: I miss Claire on Lost. Emilie de Ravin is such a great actress. Will she be back for all of next season?
Yes! After sitting out last season, de Ravin will return as a full-time series regular for Lost‘s sixth and final season, Team Darlton confirms. “Damon and I are very excited to bring Claire back to the show,” says Carlton Cuse, “and even more excited for people to experience just how she will return.” And even more exciting that that? Experiencing Doc Jensen’s theory on how she’ll return. Take it away, DJ:

“Any scenario that brings Claire back to Lost must address the mysterious circumstances of her disappearance at the end of season 4, in which many of us were led to believe that she was as dead — or rather, undead — as the Ghost Christian that’s been haunting The Island since season 1. So here’s one thought: Juliet changed time in the season finale by detonating Jughead, and season 6 will tell the story of the new timeline, one in which Claire is alive. Another thought: In light of the revelation that John Locke was actually a supernatural impostor for half of season 5, perhaps in season 6, we’ll get a storyline in which Claire just emerges out of the jungle, with no memory of what happened to her — just like season 1 — and we and the castaways will be left to wonder: Is this the real Claire or another impostor infiltrating them a la Locke? Heck, maybe that’s going to be the major idea of next season: Who’s really alive and who’s really (un)dead? It really will be the fabled zombie season of Lost!”  Source: The Ausiello Files

Spoiler alert: ‘Lost’ mystery solved!

Source: The Ausiello Files

How very sneaky of you, ABC. Dominic Monaghan appearing in ABC’s new promo campaign has nothing whatsoever to do with Charlie being resurrected on Lost next season. But that’s exactly what the network wants folks to think. Why? Because they’re trying to keep under wraps the real reason he was playing table soccer with Patrick Dempsey, Courteney Cox, and Ed O’Neill in that clip. This is the part where I warn you of an incoming spoiler and give you one last chance to bail before continuing on… Okay, here it goes: The real reason Monaghan is featured in that cheeky spot is because he’s actually joining the cast of another hour-long ABC drama series as a full-time series regular. And the net’s brass want it to be a surprise. A big surprise. But don’t let that stop you from posting your theories in the comments section. Which ABC show do you think Monaghan is joining full time? And what character do you think he’ll be playing? Speculate away!

‘Lost’ scoop: Juliet mystery (sort of) solved

Source: The Ausiello Files

And now for some news that should surprise no one: ABC is expected to announce tomorrow that it has picked up a reboot of the camptastic ’80s thriller V and that Lost heroine Elizabeth Mitchell is a full-time castmember. Translation: She will not be returning to Lost as a series regular. However, before you go declaring Juliet DOA from last week’s detonated hydrogen bomb, I should point out that this piece of scoop comes with a big but attached: Mitchell’s Lost days are not done. Multiple sources confirm that the actress is expected to appear in an unspecified number of episodes next season, so it’s entirely possible Juliet survived Jughead and her absence will be explained in another way.

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  1. jakjonsun

     /  May 17, 2009

    check out my theory, dude jakjonsun.wordpress.com

  2. 90percenttrue

     /  May 18, 2009

    I’m glad they’re going to tie things up next year. I’ve stuck through the series through thick and thin, and enjoyed most of it, but I wonder if its all worth it?

    If they don’t explain the following to me I’ll feel slightly aggrieved in a whinny, pathetic, fan boy sort of way!

    a) What the magic box is that Locke’s dad popped out of?
    b) What the others wanted with Walt?
    c) Why Claire’s baby is so pivitol to it all?
    d) And why Christian is on the island?

  3. Riley

     /  May 19, 2009


    The magic box has already been explained: it was a metaphor. Ben sent a team to kidnap Locke’s dad and bring him to the island. There was no mystery about that fact.

    While B and C are fair questions, D is already pretty much resolved. Clearly Christian is still dead and the same dude who impersonated Locke and Eko is the one appearing as Christian.

  4. 90percenttrue

     /  May 26, 2009

    Thanks for that! I have a memory like a goldfish.

  5. WacoKid

     /  May 27, 2009

    B&C have also been answered in a roundabout kinda way – the Others can’t repopulate as all births on the island result in the babies dying, so they take children/babies which they can raise as Others.

  6. chester

     /  June 2, 2009

    heres a thought….what if Aaron turns out to be Jacob on his own loop on the island?

  7. chester

     /  June 2, 2009

    Time loop that is? Is just a thought that ive had of recent

  8. Harley

     /  June 4, 2009

    There is no point in a new timline being created as a result of Juliet’s actions since we are in the last season, wed have to watch everyone become familiar with each other again, if i wanted to watch that id watch seaons 1 and 2. I think the flash of light was like Desmond when he turned the key, except in a bigger radius meaning the losties will go with her 😉

  9. Just gonna throw this out there: What if they’re thrown back to the plane, but still remember what’s happened?

    On another note, Miles isn’t the only freighter person left… There’s still Frank Lapidus, the pilot.

  10. Sawyer's Girl

     /  June 9, 2009

    Juliet isn’t the only Other left, either. What about Ben? And Richard? And all of the Others who are waiting outside for the non-Locke?

  11. Mehdi-Y

     /  June 10, 2009

    What if the jughead didn’t explode? What if it was just a flash that makes everyone believe there is a masssive explosion? I’m just so wonder to know what this black monster really is? And who bulit the statue and who destoyed it and why?

    And the story of richard’s life will be very exciting, Who was his dad and his mom? How did he get to the island? he is said to be the captain of BLACKROCK though

  12. chester

     /  June 10, 2009

    the people on the blck rock were all french tho?! would be a very interesting twist if that was the case. i want to know how they are gona tie witmore to it all? i have a feeling he might be on the island in the final season

  13. chester

     /  June 10, 2009

    I think Charlie will coz why else would hurley have his guitar case? Hurley might even be key to somthing big towards the end of the season, there must be more to him which is significant, what do people think?

  14. Opening eye is Jack’s. He is in the jungle lying on the ground. He is waiting for the black rock to come. All losties are in that ship. His duty again is to save the losties. There will be a big storm. Black Rock will crash on the island.
    Ben will con non-Locke and put him in the cabin. So when Henry Gale said “I was coming for you” to Locke, He was telling the truth. And that has not happened yet. We are going to past on the loop…

  15. chester

     /  June 12, 2009

    following my previous comment about the guitar case, having started wotching lost again form season 1 i have picked up on a few things but one in particular.
    In the first season Episode 7 Charlie tries looking for his guitar case, and to help him kick his addiction Locke tells charlie to go and get it from the top of a big hill. So i think that Charlie’s guitar is also stuck in a time loop as is Ricard’s compass.
    Jacob at some point must get hold of the guitar and bring it to Hurley by leaving it in the taxi for him.
    After the Explosion i think that Hurley leaves it on the hill for Charlie to find it. maybe Charlie’s ghost tells him to put it there maybe just before the end of season 6 as a nice touch, just to tie up one end of the show in a nice way? or maybe some form of Locke just tells him to put it there.

    Tell me what you guys think about that

  16. mishelle

     /  June 15, 2009

    OKAN….I think you are on to something there!!!

  17. Ian fae Scotland

     /  June 19, 2009

    Chester – I reckon Charlie’s case needs to be on the island in a similar way that Christian’s shoes had to be on John for the flight in the coffin.

    My feeling is that the green eye is Jack’s and that Oceanic 815 has just crashed again. Events have been influenced by the explosion at the station. The crew all have retained memories and the dead passengers are confused as to why they have turned up on the island after dying (similar to Locke). There simply has to be flashbacks to explain the statue, black rock, Richard turning up and Jacob’s conflict with the man we saw at the very begining of the season 5 finale episode. Remember the loophole that was talked about. Jacobs enemy will continue in the form of Locke and the real Locke will return as a result of time changing (2 Locke’s). It will be up to jack and locke to save the day, sorting their differences while trying to prevent a loop in time and fighting Jacob’s war to save the island. I cant see all of the oceanic passengers surviving, fate will have a hand in this and Charle, Boone, Ana Lucia and Mr Eko. It will turn out that they were supposed to die and nothing can change that so look out for more heroics. At the end of it all, a nice submarine is available for those who wish to leave though I would think most of them stay to protect the island and its secrets.

    A very long shot and a few theories that popped into my head as I typed this.

    Just one other question for the moment. Why did Widmore have paintings and art work done by Aaron’s biological father on his office wall? I cant recall the exact episode but its there to see.

    The show baffles me, I love it. Roll on January.

  18. lara anne

     /  June 20, 2009

    i don’t believe that the magic box is a metaphor for bens team kidnapping locks father because in the first seson (i think) hurley goes to visit that crazy guy (that repeated those numbers over and over again) in the hospital
    hurley tells him that he played the numbers and won lotto
    the crazy guy then jumps up and says something like:
    are you crazy? YOU’VE OPENED THE BOX!!! You’ve opened box!!!

    hence i think that the box is indeed real and not a metaphor and has something to do with these numbers always seem to appear!

  19. sk74

     /  June 28, 2009

    Why do I get the feeling that the green eye that we will see could belong to Claire? It would be one helluva way to bring her back!

  20. sk74

     /  June 28, 2009

    One thing that’s been puzzling me (which, surprisingly, I haven’t seen anyone else ask yet… correct me if I’m wrong!)…

    If Smokey can only assume the form of characters that have already died, then HOW IS IT POSSIBLE THAT ‘HE’ HAS PREVIOUSLY ASSUMED THE FORM OF WALT??? (as confirmed by the writers)

    I know that Walt is special and everything, but he is very much alive! It seems that Ol’ Smokey can assume the form of deceased people, i.e. people whose SOULS have moved on from their physical bodies… so how could some earlier appearances of Walt have been Smokey?

    I’m hoping that someone can provide a satisfactory explanantion for this, or that it will make sense by the end of the show… LOST is one of the best shows on TV by far on so many levels! I’d hate to have this one major ‘plothole’ swept under the rug.

  21. lostfan

     /  June 28, 2009

    in the incedent, at the end: why illana asked for richard? was she looking for richard or jacob? do you think jacob is richard? and the guy in the white shirt is just a cover to protect jacob (richard)? because when lock asked to see jacob, richard (jacob) took him there without asking? was richard testing lock’s motive?

  22. lostfan

     /  June 28, 2009

    the first seen in the incedent, the guy in the black shirt said “we gona find a loop hole”, he did not say “I” he said “We”, who is we??? I don’t think the guy in the black shirt is smoky for this reason, I think there are people on the island who wants to kill jacob, but who are they? we may know in season 6.

  23. sk74

     /  June 30, 2009

    Has anyone noticed how Young Ben was saved from death (resurrected?) by Smokey (I think, or the force behind it), and John was saved from death (resurrected?) by Jacob when he fell from the window? I think these particular events are VERY important and relevant to the storyline.

    If John was actually brought back to life, that would mean that Jacob gave some of his life force to him. Which would explain why John had a special connection to the island in the first place IMO. It would also mean that when Ben killed him, it was the second time he has died… Could this be significant with regards to Black Shirt (Smokey) becoming him, or finding the loophole?

    A thought has literally just popped into my head…

    Remember that dream sequence in Season 1 when John had one light eye and one dark eye? They do say that the eyes are the windows to the soul… I reckon Jacob gave John some of his soul to revive him, and when he was twice dead and brought back to the island, Smokey was able to claim his soul and assume his form, or something.

    Too many thoughts and theories, not enough space or time! Pls let me know what y’all think… feel free to rip apart anything said if it carries no weight!

  24. sk74

     /  June 30, 2009

    Sorry, forgot to finish my point about John’s eyes…

    … assume his form, or something. Which might be what the loophole actual is.

    The Soul, by it’s very nature, is immortal, but Jacob’s immortality extends to his physical body as well. What if the only way to ‘kill’ Jacob (or his body, since the soul cannot die) is to take/ destroy/ acquire/ control some of his life force (soul – as transferred into Real Locke, and now devoured/ acquired by Black Shirt to become Fake Locke) and engineering the death of the body?

  25. In the season finale we see a ship coming towards a Island, that ship might be blackrock, Ben killing Jacob 30 years back from the actual time and as per daniel’s theory jughead resetting time travel issues at island.

    in season 6 there wont be jacob or dharma its just losties finding their actual destiny. Season 6 should clear and straight no more mystries.

    Please correct me if i am wrong.

  26. lisa

     /  June 30, 2009

    I think that Jacob never spoke to Ben because Ben was tainted when he was saved when he was little. When he was taken by Richard into the Temple, I thought the smoke monster lived there. So if Ben was saved by the Smoke Monster than that would explain why Jacob never talked to him. Ben has done some evil things while he lived on the island and I lso think that Richard was on the Black Rock ship and maybe jacob trusted him for some reason and that is why he can’t die or age. He is like Jacob’s guardian. I think that the smoke monster was in Christian and Alex and used the dead people to convince Locke and Ben of what they had to do that led them to where they are now. Christian told Locke he had to die and Alex told Ben to do whatever Locke says brings us to what happened in the temple. I Love this show and I can’t wait till January!

  27. sk74

     /  June 30, 2009

    @ lisa
    My thoughts exactly! From what you said as well, I reckon that since John was ‘resurrected’ by Jacob, he might have become ageless like Richard – had he not been murdered. Maybe Richard has died already, and Jacob brought him back too? Or maybe all the Losties that Jacob visited and touched won’t age now?

    I still think it’s significant that Ben was saved by Smokey and John by Jacob, and then Ben killed John (like Smokey wanted to do to Jacob).

  28. Lostie

     /  July 6, 2009

    the eye openin has to be jacks as they haven’t filmed anything for season 6 yet!!:)

  29. this is lost season 6 trailer

  30. A-max

     /  July 7, 2009

    what about the numbers that Hurley won the lottery with? (4 8 15 16 23 42) They keep appearing on the show in different ways. I think they have a big part in the conclusion of the show as well as Jacob and the man in black shirt. If you noticed in the first scene of the season 5 finale Jacob was wearing white and the other guy was wearing black. This is big part in the conclusion i think because in season 1 when Locke was teaching Walt about Bacugamhan he said “there are two sides one is light and one is dark” and also because when jack found those 2 bodies in the caves in season 1 he pulled out a bag with 2 rocks. One rock was white and one rock was black. This is a big part in the ending of lost i think.

  31. randuu

     /  July 8, 2009

    yep i think your right . black and white do seem to have some kind of theme. but id like to know how the heck the island can survive a nuke being detonated under it. everyone should be dead and the whole thing should has been erased from time. i cant wait to see the bull that they pull to explain just the first season of season 6!!

  32. Uncle Beaver

     /  July 9, 2009

    Questions I want answers to:

    What/who are the whispers?

    Why do women die during/before child birth?

    Why did Radzinsky make the Blast Door Map if he was in a leadership position in Dharma?

    Where/who do the Dharma food-pallet drops come from?

    What’s up with the quarantine and/or injections?

    What is the sickness or being infected?

    What did The Others do/want with Walt?

    How does Ben know all the things he knows?

    How did The Others leave the Island (before the purge)?

    Why is Richard seemingly ageless?

    If Eloise Hawking was a leader among The Others, how did she get to the Lamp Post Dharma station, and how/why is she working with Ben?

    And a whole lot more…

  33. digit

     /  July 18, 2009

    July 7, 2009 at 11:17 am

    this is lost season 6 trailer

    No its not its footage of the crowd in an arabian footy match!

  34. parastoo

     /  July 21, 2009

    i really think that richard is jon luck father

  35. BeYouBeBeautiful

     /  July 22, 2009

    Has anyone else noticed that the trailer for season six starts with an eye opening, while the first episode of the first season ever had the exact same beginning. A shocked eye opening in the forest. My theory is that it all begins again, though all the characters have the memory of what happened.

  36. BeYouBeBeautiful

     /  July 22, 2009

    You know what I want to know? What was the point of Nicki and Paolo just getten bitten by the Medusa spider and not being actually killed, and why did Nicki open her eyes before the sand buried her. Don’t you think that if they wanted to kill them off they’d say the spider could kill you instead of paralize you? Does that mean Nicki and Paolo aren’t dead? Maybe that’s who the skeleton’s are.

  37. LostFan!

     /  July 23, 2009

    Guys , I went onto the lost trailer & I’ve realised that the green eye openin in the forest cannot be jacks as he has hazel eyes & the are in fact bens eyes! Just thought I’d put my point across.

  38. BeYouBeBeautiful

     /  July 24, 2009

    Another theory just popped into my head. Maybe the “an incredibly powerful, very sad and beautiful way. I think is going to be pretty awesome.” ending will be that everyone just dies. Please, someone tell me I’m wrong. PLEASE!!!
    That would kinda suck.

  39. LostFan!

     /  July 26, 2009

    BeYouBeBeautiful — your wrong , I doubt they will all die!!

  40. Shane

     /  July 31, 2009

    Here are my thoughts. I have come up with this after watching season 1-5 again after the season 5 finale.

    When Locke first saw “the monster” or “the island”, it changed who he was, atleast a bit. It set him on his path of “faith” on the island.

    There was an episode in season 1 called Dues Ex Machina. Which I think may be important, atleast to some degree. I recommend looking up the meaning of Dues Ex Machina if your not familiar with it. Aside from it’s stage meaning, it roughly means the “god machine”. A beleif system surrounding mechanics.

    Take a watch for example. A watch has many small parts, all working together to make it work. Each peice is important in the overall functioning. If you think of the island as a watch & the people on it as the peices, all important in some way, in making it work.

    If you think of the island in this way, it may also raise some ideas as far as time travel is conserned.

    Locke mentioned when he saw “it” for the first time, it was “beautiful”. A ‘bright light” (he says this when Eko asks Locked about what he saw that day).

    I beleive maybe this “light” is actually the nameless man from the season 5 finale. It’s what set Locke on his path & has brought him to the point where the nameless man can use him for his loop hole to kill Jacob.

    I also think that maybe Jacob is the “dark”. Maybe he even takes on the presence of the smoke monster, when not in the human form. (perhaps the ideas based around Dues Ex Machina also might explain the mechanical sounds we hear when seeing the smoke monster).

    “Light” & “Dark” being important to the show. These two characters represent those elements. Like the stones we saw from the bodies in the cave, Locke’s eyes, the game he played & explained to Walt, etc.

    Obviously the 4 toed statue has meaning. It was built to represent something. Perhaps long ago it was an idol built for worship? Worship of the “light”. Maybe explaining why the statue is all white. My guess is the nameless man may turn out to only have 4 toes on each foot. Also, that elsewhere on the island there is another statue, but all black.

    My roomate & I came up with the idea that perhaps the nameless man & Jacob are exiled gods. Whom only have powers while on the island. Jacob leaves the island to get people to come to the island & then uses them. Assuming he is an exiled god of some sort, it stands to reason he gets bored being stuck on the island with only one other person (nameless man). Which is why he brings others to the island. As if pawns in his games. When he is done with them, he brings new people to the island. Maybe this explains why nameless man wants to find a loophole to stop Jacob.

    Or perhaps using these people to do whatever is needed so that they can be freed from there exile. Nameless man said “They come, they fight…they destroy, they corrupt. Always ends the same” Jacob: It only ends once. Anything that happens before that, is just progress”.

    Things such as Darhma, Black Rock, etc. are important to the survivors of the crash but overall to the show…are just distractions from what is actually going on, on a much bigger scale.

    When Ben stabbed Jacob, he whispered. “They are coming”. Maybe whomever exiled them there, has decided to come judge them for the acts leading up to that moment?

    Anyway, I have a few more ideas surrounding this whole theory, but this post is good enough for now. Am curious what you all think.

  41. hamud-64

     /  August 3, 2009

    ppl you know how ben goes to the black smoke to be forgiven and after lex comes and tell him to listen to locke i think tht the person who looked like alex is the same one whos acting to be locke – cus locke went alex cam then she left and in a minut locke is back. what do you think ???

  42. hamud-64

     /  August 3, 2009

    and i thnk jacob knew whats going to happen but come on he live like very long so i guess killing him wont mean anything cus hes gonna come alive . i think jacob is the good one like immortal and the bad one who acts now to be locke and alec and all is the man jacob was talking to
    The bomb i think it didnt explode, i tthink that the flash took them all to the future and juliet will be very injured from the fall and jack will try to save her but wont be able. the preducer oflost confirmed that juliet will be in few episode in the final season.
    My opinion any one share the same

    and about the light thing it was explined i think season 3 or 4 when desmond talled locke that he have activated the light so locke understands it has no meaning try to remember or rewatch season 3 and 4

  43. cara

     /  August 4, 2009

    um, ok, my memory and theories aren’t the best, but what’s going to happen with Sun and Lepidus? they were still in the “present” with Locke, right? will Sun ever be reunited with her husband?

  44. Luke

     /  August 8, 2009

    Ian fae Scotland: I think your theory about season 6 is very possible, that’s actually kinda along the lines of what i was thinking would happen.

    Sk74: Maybe Smokey could assume the form of Walt because if the time paradox thing is going on, he may have returned to the island in the past and died there. I also think you have a good point about the people Jacob touched not being able to die.

    Shane: What if the 4 toed statue stands for the love quadrangle between Jack, Kate, Sawyer and Juliet?

    And did anyone see the season 6 poster? It has most of the deceased Losties on it, in fact everyone except Nikki, Paulo, and Walt. Even Rose and Bernard and Penny were included and i think if they are included so should the other 3. And what about the other minor characters like Dr. Artz, Frogurt and Cindy the flight attendant, or even the pilot of Oceanic 815? Will we see any of them again? I’m excited for Season 6 and I will be sad when it’s over.

  45. famousdookie

     /  August 10, 2009

    Remember in the first season, after the crash? there was a little girl and alittle boy. I think that the mom dies and jack and kate…look after them. one night the “others” took them. then later on (season 3? when kate and saywer were captured) you see them again.What ever happen to them? ..let me know (email)

  46. JMAN147

     /  August 18, 2009

    What I am most wondering is who Jacob is talking about when his last words were right before he died “there coming” who is he talking about? any theories ???

  47. Frank LOST

     /  August 18, 2009

    I really want to know the conclusion on how the black rock got so deep into the jungle am pretty sure what ever placed it in the jungle is the same thing that destroyed the statue. Also in one of the episodes in season 4 when ben takes lock to see jacob and lock hears “jacob” say help me i think it was actually lock saying help me to the present lock. i think that somehow lock has been traped in the cabin XD.

  48. Frank LOST

     /  August 18, 2009

    also i wonder if they are going to put walt back in the show. i mean he has grown he surely wont look the same as in previous seasons

  49. Frank LOST

     /  August 18, 2009

    I think that jacob is talking about the plane crashing wen he saids “they are coming”. he knows what has been happening in the past and that Jughead will reset everything.

  50. dave

     /  August 20, 2009

    No, jacob is not talking about the plane crash, because when he said that, the plane crash already happened… that is 3 years after

  51. andrew

     /  August 21, 2009

    i love lost… but theres a few questions that they better answer be4 the series is over…. they are

    1. who are the 2 dead people found in the cave in season 1?
    2. what makes walt so important….
    3. what is up with jacks dad going missing from coffin and then being seen walkin and talking all over the island
    4. and what is up with hurleys numbers…. what makes them so special….
    5. and obiously…. what is the smoke monster

  52. sk74

     /  August 23, 2009

    When Jacob says “they’re coming” he could be talking about the Ajira passengers (Ilana’s crew), or he could be referrning to our time-displaced Losties (Jack and co)… OR he could actually mean BOTH groups! Think about it… the Locke-alike (my name for Black Shirt) told Richard that they would have to ‘deal with’ the Ajira passengers, so they must pose a threat to him, and he knows it. But so do our Losties, for obvious reasons. “They” doesn’t necessarily mean just the one group.

    What I find interesting is this: whoever he was referring to, Jacob could sense that they were on their way, even as he was ‘dying’. The Locke-alike couldn’t. But did you see his face when he was told that they’re coming? He look angry, anxious, murderous, worried and unsettled – all at the same time! For this reason alone, I think that Jack’s group – at least – is Jacob’s proof of Black Shirt being wrong (referring back to their conversation on the beach in 1891).

  53. whp3902

     /  August 26, 2009

    I know that they will show us Richard’s flashbacks in season 6. I can’t wait to find out about him and what roll he REALLY plays on the island. The green eye in the season 6 trailer cannot be Ben’s, I don’t think. Ben has blue eyes. I really think it is Jack’s, but I hope not! Too much like season 1!!! They are suppose to be tying up all loose ends in season 6, like what the smoke monster is, what the statue is, where Claire went, why Christian is there. Hopefully they will clear up the Locke-alike (thanks sk74, I like it!) The thing I really want to know is about Nikki and Paulo. I don’t know why, but that is one of the things that has really bugged me, not know their significance!! I hope it wasn’t just a filler episode! I haven’t decided where I think the season is gonna go, yet. Also, someone (who doesn’t watch the show) said maybe the island is the lost city of Atlantis??!! What do you people think of that?? Hmmm….

  54. LostInLost2009

     /  August 27, 2009

    Remember the episode in Season 1 when Locke and Walt were playing backgammon and Locke held up a black game piece and a white game piece? Two game pieces of opposing colors, black and white. Two people of opposing ‘colors’ playing the game. Jacob wearing white (on the beach) and Man No. 2 wearing black. The blackrock was a slaveship, wasn’t it? What does all this mean and how does it all tie in together?

  55. sk74

     /  August 31, 2009

    @whp3902… Don’t let Nikki and Paolo bug you, I don’t think they were significant at all! IMO they were meant to be ‘the new Shannon and Boone’ but they didn’t work out, viewers weren’t feelin’ ’em… mystery solved!

    And the Atlantis idea… it has been mentioned before. I kinda thought of that one (quite recently) and kicked myself for not thinking of it long ago… but I’m not sure if that is it, I did some looking into it. While it WOULD be neat to have a different take on the legend of Atlantis (especially incorporating the heiroglyphics/ Egyptian etc mythologies/ island disappearing), I don’t think the writers would make the mystery so easily decipherable. But who knows? It’s still possible!

  56. jack

     /  September 8, 2009

    bueno creo que es como una cadena si la madre de Daniel sabia que iba al pasado y que ella le iba a disparar por que no lo impidio para que eso no ocurra, ella tenia que acerlo para seguir con lo mismo!!??respondan!!no lo creen???

  57. jack

     /  September 8, 2009

    su destino era el mismo y lo seguira siendo..la foto que vio Sun en el futuro estaban todos ellos en el pasado y como podemos explicar eso!!??
    Hay no seee… digan algo mas para enterarme..!!este…???como que era el humo??o donde estara Claire??
    haa tengo algo interesante el tumor que tuvo ven cuando jack lo opero creo que era el tiro que le dio Sayid cuando era niño!!no creen??y tambien cuando Jin viajo en el tiempo y vio a la francesa el sabia donde esaba la torre de radio y la llevo si el no huviese estado viajando en el tiempo la francesa no podria encontrar la torre de radio..y la encontro gracias a Jin que viajaba por el tiempo justo en el momento!!jajajajaja que opinan respondan!!!???diganme algo que hayan notado..!!

  58. sk74

     /  September 11, 2009

    Hey, I\’ve started watching Lost from the beginning again… I\’ve just finished watching S1 episode 3 (Tabula Rasa)… OMG! Some things I noticed this time around.

    1) In the first ep, \’Pilot part1\’, Jack starts off the ep in his BLACK SUIT, while John is wearing a WHITE SHIRT… at some point in the ep, when Jack has to tend to his wound (with Kate\’s help) he takes off the blazer and from then on is wearing his WHITE SHIRT. In fact, by episode 3, a lot of our Losties (Jack, John, Kate, Sayid) are dressed in white shirts or vests at some point.
    2) We know about John\’s talk to Walt about Backgammon, the oldest game known to man… two pieces, two sides, one light, one dark… and then he tells Walt \’a secret\’…
    3) I\’m sure this was in the first ep too, but did anyone notice that when Charlie, Kate and Jack were going to the cockpit, that VINCENT the dog was sitting in some bushes… watching them?!? Some decidedly un-dog-like behaviour there… hmmm: Black Smoke?
    4) Can\’t remember anything too significant about ep 2 at the mo, but I\’m sure something will come back to me in time.
    5) This is the interesting one! At the end of ep 3 (Tabula Rasa), after John gets Vincent back for Michael and Walt, during the end sequence we see Michael walking back to camp with Vincent and Walt is happily reunited with his dog (if it IS really his dog)… and then the camera does a rotational shot around \’John Locke\’, who is sitting watching them… but as his face comes into full view, he doesn\’t look as if he\’s happy that he managed to help, you know what I mean? In fact, he looks quite cold, murderous, and… can we say SCHEMEING? IDK, it looked to me as if he had some kind of hidden agenda there… Could he have already been replaced by Locke-alike?

    One thing I realised, since S5 Finale aired: Because of the time-loops (John/Richard/compass, and also Losties/1977/Ben, etc) we now know that for certain things to have happened in the present, our Losties had to have influenced the past. So it\’s not too far-fetched to assume that the John Locke that we have been watching from the start MIGHT actually have been the Locke-alike… in the same way that Ben\’s duplicitous nature was a result of Sayid shooting him as a boy, which led to events that we have seen transpire. Damn i love this show, even if it does make my brain hurt!

    Alternatively, maybe John was easily co-opted/ influenced/ manipulated because he had already died once BEFORE coming to the Island, although he was brought back by Jacob?

    John has been both the victim (as himself) and the perpetrator (as Locke-alike) of an extremely long con… but has it been going on since S1 right in front of our very eyes? I still remember the \’dream\’ where he had one light and one dark eye… was this a MASSIVE clue to show us that the Real Locke was already \’possessed\’ or \’mesmerised\’, and now he is simply being impersonated?

    Let me know what you think, ppl!

  59. mugabe E

     /  September 12, 2009

    pliz guyz keep me posted on lost season 5 (spoilers) on my email addresss

  60. Hysterikz . . . ¬

     /  September 14, 2009

    *** Did anyone solve why Widmore had paintings of Clairs boyfriend (Arrons dad) on his office wall..? and why Thomas had drawn the a few numbers from the (Valenzetti Equation) on those paintings?

    which makes you think? did Widmore have a connection with Thomas in regard to the baby being born? and once the baby was born, Widmore told Thomas that he must end his relationship with Claire, which caused Claire to somehow end up on 815

    questions to ask maybe?

    1. what does Thomas know of the island?

    2. why does Thomas know about the “numbers”?

    3. why does he draw some of the “numbers” in his paintings?

    4. why is it similar to the one that was in the hatch?

    5. why did Widmore buy his paintings?
    (just as the black rock painting)

    6. why did he work for Widmore?

    something different to think about?

    The painting in Widmore’s office was there at least 3 years before we see it in Thomas’s studio. Claire was pregnant in 2004, while Desmond was on the island since 2001 and that could have been a number of years after he asked for Penny’s hand in marriage

    Claire believes Thomas to be the father of her baby. We can’t say “Thomas is the father of Claire’s baby”, because we don’t know that for sure. We only know what we have seen from Claire’s perspective. but im sure he still is the father

    in S2E01… Michael’s flashback when Susan leaves him the same work is done on their loft.

    so what does this all mean? or is it dead and buried?

  61. Hysterikz . . . ¬

     /  September 15, 2009

    *** What about Walt? how will he come back into the story?
    in season 5 episode, The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham,

    When Locke goes to see Walt, Walt said he had been dreaming about Locke and that Locke was on the island in a black suit and everyone was trying to hurt Locke.

    Maybe when Locke comes out from killing Jacob with Ben and everyone going at him in some way or form? but Walt said he was wearing a black suit? we know that Locke is somehow still dead in the coffin in his black suit……… so does that mean he will come about?

    could this be a Locke/Walt connection? the game / Locke saying his getting his orders from Walt?


    questions to ask ?

    1. why does Walt have dreams about Locke?
    2. Do Walts dreams predict the future? and how?
    3. why did Locke say his getting orders from Walt?

    can anyone make anything out of that?

  62. Yousif

     /  September 21, 2009

    The Eye is either Claire’s or Jack’s. Season 6 will be quite similar to season 1. The comeback of Claire, Charlie, Shannon, and Boone will be exciting and confusing!?

  63. JV

     /  October 9, 2009

    The eye is obviously Juliet. Jack with run into Juliet in a flashback and see Kate coming out of LAX, that’s when Jack will realize he needs to get on the plane, that the one person that Locke discusses with Boone that knows what’s going on but is not important at this time, in the episode where Locke looses his voice during the transition with the unnamed man in black. We’ve seen Desmond running back to the island after the death of Penny (after the hatch imploded) he came back with the help of Faraday’s mother, after she realizes she has killed him. Remember his the only one that didn’t come back on the flight (Desmond) he went back to real/present time when he turned the fail safe. Joined everyone at the churched just to comeback and save everyone. Yeah I know it’s far fetched but there’s more…..some there will be more.

  64. adam cropp

     /  October 10, 2009

    First off, this is not a theory. In fact, I sincerely doubt that this will happen, but if I was a writer, and I was in charge, season six would begin like this…

    We open with Jack, the same way we did in the first moments of season one. Oceanic 815 has just crashed, everything is as it was. The difference is that key members of our main cast have somehow retained their memories of everything that happened. I can see a lot of interesting story lines involving key cast members having a second chance. Think about it. What if they knew from day 1 where the others were, who ben linus was, where the hatches were… You get the idea. Again, I am fairly positive that the show won’t go down this road, but it would be a lot of fun.


  65. Jay-ol

     /  October 11, 2009

    We wont find out about Libby’s past story as I’ve read they the actor who played her refuses to come back to the show, as they have approached her multiple times to come back. As I understand it, I’m pretty sure she was killed off along with Ana Lucia’s character as both those actors were caught DUI during Season 2. Oh yeh, Im putting 50 bucks on that we find out Richard Alpert came off the Black Rock?

  66. Charlotte

     /  October 13, 2009



    Thanks! 🙂

  67. Mr. Hanso

     /  November 6, 2009

    I have also heard reports that Cynthia Watros has declined offers to return for season 6, although Libby does appear on promotional posters for the final season.

    Personally I think Jack was right, and that when Juliet detonated Jughead, the crash of Oceanic 815 was averted. They’ll probably all end up landing in LAX on the premier… memories intact? I dunno. But it would be a very convenient way to bring back many of the characters who are allegedly returning for Destiny Calls, and we might end up seeing a reintroduction to the island in a completely unexpected way.

    I’m looking forward to seeing what happens!

  68. tom

     /  November 10, 2009

    There is one character from season 3 which is making me think about how he is going to tie into the story. Although I forget his name, he is the eye patch wearing Russian that kills Charlie. In the jungle, he states to Kate, Locke, and Sayid “how could I know you, Kate Austen, and you, Sayid Sharad, but you John Locke I have a fleeting memory of….” He is then cut off. I believe the entire time he is talking to the castaways he is telling the truth. He is the last surviving member of the Dharma Inititative but how is he going to come into the story during season 6. Or they just cutting him out? Any ideas?

  69. black hole

     /  November 19, 2009

    you want to hear my theory this is about the connection between the smoke monster and Jacob’s nemesis i know i am 100 percent right and if betted a million its not i would win it

    This is a major spoiler if you wish to not look i suggest you do so now
    behold my interesting theory

    the smoke monster can take a disguise of deceased characters, Yemi was dead and on the island when yemi hinted to Eko he is an imposter Eko asked “who are you?” when Eko got inside the jungle imposter yemi was gone and the smoke monster was in the area it was a trick by the smoke monster to lure him into the jungle so it could kill him the monster changed into it’s true form and now for my next when ben attempted to summon the smoke monster it didnt come (well not in it’s real form as a disguise) imposter locke came out the jungle and said i think it wants us to go to it the monster came after ben summoned it but disguised himself as locke rather than judging at the village the monster wanted it at the temple, when they get there its ironic when the monster shows up there, thats because its where it lives,Jacobs nemesis is someone from ancient times the temple is ancient looking, imposter locke didnt come back until the monster had judged him, when ben fell in the hole locke disapeared saying he’d get rope when he did he changed into the monster judged ben then went back in those little holes then strange that alex shows up (shes dead) that was another form of the monster no imposter locke around nor monster and with alex dead and the monster’s power to change into dead people thats a little obvious give away then the monster pretending to be ben’s daughter threatened him by basicallly saying obey locke dont attempt to kill him with it actually being dont try and kill me the monster then someone who died (locke) which is really an imposter as the monster changed into that form again its strange he comes back with rope after the speech

    now finally the best part

    at the beggining of the incident Jacob’s nemesis said im gonna find a loophole and kill you at centuries later as an imposter being that same man found the loophole and tricked ben into killing him by making him think he was locke, this is for season 6 the imposter is jacob’s nemesis and jacob’s nemesis is the smoke monster at the centuries ago in the beggining of the incident that was the smoke monster when he was a normal human being, when imposter locke said “you have no idea what i went through to be here” well what that is when he found this loophole it would have made him into what he is now the smoke monster the only non imposter i think who is deceased is christian hes the only one to be resurrected by the islands power
    i dont know the monsters real name but we will find out in season 6 if you have any more questions my email is sonny.mcdonagh@gmx.com i will make it sound easier for you 🙂

  70. Bobby

     /  December 1, 2009

    i agree completely with you #70 blackhole….but I think the smoke monster also takes the form of christian

  71. Nathan

     /  December 7, 2009

    Answering #69 Tom, the patch man was probably lying, its what the others do very well. He probably just had information on them retrieved from surveilance footage that he retrieved.

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  73. Sherry

     /  December 9, 2009

    I think Aaron and the man in black are are the same, or somehow connected. In one of the interviews above it said they purposefully didn’t say the man in black’s name because it was significant. If it’s not Aaron, they somehow have a link, because from season 1 we know that there is something really dangerous and scary about Aaron from the psychic. I think someone on the island intended for flight 815 to crash their because of Aaron. But the psychic said Claire’s goodness would be a good influence on him. I think the black smoke or the guy in black became Christian so that he could get Claire to leave the baby without her influence. Possibly Charlie kept having dreams about needing to Baptize Aaron to make him good or something, because it never really did say why Charlie had all those dreams making the baptism so important ( or possibly whoever sent him the dreams wanted him to drown him in an attempt to baptize him). I also think that Aaron’s dad must have some kind of gift or something, that his paintings reveal something about Aaron and he realized it and thats why he took off.

    I agree that there is a huge significance to the light vs. dark, and I’m wondering if everyone wearing white at Colleen’s funeral rather than the traditional black is somehow related. I also think there is way more to Locke and the man in black than what they’ve shown so far like lots of people of have said. He’s creeped me out from the first episode. and somehow his visions and stuff keep leading to good people getting killed.

    I think the whispering is connected to the smoke monster, maybe like warnings from people it’s killed before or something. I think the monster serves the man in black, or is the man in black or something, and I’m wondering if somehow light and dark are reversed on the island, like light is good and dark is bad, because Jacob is closely related with the Egyption god anubis who is the god of the dead.

    a few people have said something about the magic box, I think it has something to do with the box they talked about having been on the plane, I think it was Luipidus who mentioned it at some point like it was missing or something maybe? I dont remember for sure.

    I also think the black rock will play a much bigger part, and the journal from wreckage, the only surviving piece of cargo in the “real world” that Widmore bought at the auction is gonna be a key to it all.

  74. Jacob adkison

     /  December 10, 2009

    you guys need to stop with the whole jack wakes up on the island and its episode 1 all over agin remeber why time is reseting the bomb explodes so the hatch can never be there to bring the plane down remeber its desmonds lack of pushing the button that caused it
    not nuke+island properties=time magic

  75. drgordon19119

     /  December 21, 2009

    I think the green eye is someone else who crashed on the island and all the survivors of season one + have become the others and Claire is the new rousseau also I think Juliet survived the bomb explosion and lives inside the hole she fell in and what I said about the new plane crash survivors Aaron and Claires mom is one of them and so are walt and Desmond ,Penny &their son .

    I think Mikhail is alive living in the looking glass but when he looks where charlie died there is no body then Mikhail swims to the top of the ocean he discovers a plane crashing on the island then on the second day of the crash he swimes back up and see desmond looking right at him while at the black rock swayer,kate and a mystirious man in a hood who is actually micheal are trying to fix the black rock until micheal gets shot by claire and when walt goes in to the jungle he starts to see ghosts of people who died on the island and Charlie and the other dead people are alive and living at the barracks.

  76. drgordon19119

     /  December 21, 2009

    #69 when the russian (mikhail) said all the what you wrote he said before being cut off he said he recalles locke as a parap…. then being cut off he ment to say paraplegic thats why locke tried to kill him

  77. elmerfludd

     /  December 31, 2009

    Obviously dude in black no 2 is Trickster/pan/lucifer and jacob is some type of deity who gives people a chance, while in the afterlife – a sort of sub limbo, to choose to do the right thing so they can go to heaven or hell. All the characters are very divided people. Jacob is like Zeus or something, and allows them freewill on the ilsland, but Trickster don’t. It is literarlly the story of The Fall. They fell out of the sky – what more evidence??

    The rest is McGuffin. They’re all dead. Simples. Great show though.

  78. lostlonelybones

     /  January 11, 2010

    #78 From day one I’ve had an inkling that the island is some form of limbo or purgatory. The only other connection I made to my theory was the statue of Anubis, the Egyption God or Guardian of the Underworld. I like your connection you made of Jacob and MIB (Man in black)…. I never thought about it that way. There is just so much to be learned in this final season. I can’t wait! Great theories everyone! The wait isn’t that much longer.

  79. maddening

     /  January 14, 2010

    I think jacob is actually the bad guy and the guy in black is the good guy. I think Jacob and he have been on the island forever and the guy in black has been trying to peacfully live, however his stupid brother Jacob keeps bringing people to the island to prove his point that people are good (which the guy in black knows is not the case). So the guy in black wants to kill Jacob cause everytime jacob brings new people, chaos erupts and all the guy in black wants is to live peacefully.

  80. What the hell is the smoke monster? and i think the whole of s6 will be dedicated to the concept of good vs evil, with good prevailing over evil at the end. Jacob obviously represents the good and MiB the evil. A reunion of the losties will probably give the show a new picture since a lot has been revealed whilst the groups have been in different timelines. Widmore will play a major role in season 6 as it will be revealed that he was sent by evil MiB off the Island to influence in one way or the other the losties to board 815.

    Cant wait for the finale guys, its gonna be a bombshell for sure!


  81. person

     /  January 17, 2010

    My bro and I think that lost has a lot to do with the egyptian gods. For instance, Ra, the sun god would be Richard Alpert because his initials are R-A. Also the statue’s foot is inubes (spelling?) and there is a scene with whats his face with that one egyptian god.

  82. sk74

     /  January 20, 2010

    OK, you know how on the poster to season 6, ‘Locke’ is standing with his back to us whilst everyone else is facing us?

    Well, has anybody noticed that Hurley is the ONLY character that is standing between us and Locke? (Which could be why ‘Locke’ is almost looking over his shoulder at Hurley.) Everybody else is standing in line with or in front of ‘Locke’ i.e. further away in the background.

    Apparently everything in that poster is intentional… I always thought Hurley would have a key part to play, especially when Jacob gave him the guitar case.

  83. T. Ghirade

     /  January 20, 2010

    I believe that smokey can appear as anyone at anytime, not only as dead people. I also believe that we will find out that some people were who they said they were or appeared to be. Jack was not always jack nor was Lock always Lock. At given moment they could have been MIB or smokey. I also believe that Lock is dead and in fact all the healing power talk about the island is false.

    In the end I suspect we will find the great mysteries of the island very practical, plausible and human.

  84. I think the theory that was posed sometime ago that smokey is the physical correction of the time travel that the losties are doing is true. I mean, if there was no smokey its highly likely that there wont be dharma to talk about in the 1970s. Also MiB, well he is juss playing a game with Jacob and he is supposedly not immortal but has some supernatural powers which makes him able to shift into anyone (or anything) on and off the island at any given time.

  85. maddening

     /  January 26, 2010

    Mschoto – how is it “obvious” that Jacob is good and the other guy evil? What are you basing this on?

  86. hey, jacob met hurley right? Wel as most other people agree wit me, hurley is the pure one and his significance wl be shown in s6 by killing tht guy we thnk is locke. MiB wont have an ally.

  87. patslost

     /  January 30, 2010

    I dont see how richard could be captain of the blackrock or on the black rock at all… He was there in the 50’s when daniel first told them to bury jughead…. RIGHT? the blackrock didnt land til the late 80’s if im correct. Thats alex is only in her early 20s… please correct me if im wrong.

  88. sk74

     /  January 31, 2010

    @ patslost
    Daniel first told them to bury Jughead in the 1950s…

    … but the Black Rock landed all the way back in the 1800s, nearly a century EARLIER.

  89. sk74

     /  February 1, 2010

    BTW Does anyone else reckon that the final scene will be Jack’s eye CLOSING?

  90. travis

     /  February 1, 2010

    I know nobody wants to hear this because I wasn’t happy to hear it, but I know a guy who has read the scripts from season 1-6 and in the end everyone dies….he wouldn’t explain to me how, but he said that it was a very powerful ending just like the producers say….so sadly I believe everyone will be dying

  91. Luis Rivas

     /  February 1, 2010

    hi everyone, i dont know whether someone has said this or not, but do you remember that children died on the island before they were born?
    Do you remember that part in which Richard and Eloise are helping Jack and Sayid to take the bomb to the swan station? There was a part in which Richard said to Eloise that she shouldnt be there because the bomb was radiating… and the bomb was below Dharma town… so that might be the reason why the babies couldnt be born on the island, hence, ending with Juliet doing her research about it???

  92. sk74

     /  February 2, 2010

    @ travis
    I wouldn’t be surprised, I once thought that might happen too. But I guess it depends on HOW they all/ each die… You can’t get a much more powerful ending than that.

    As Jacob said: “It only ends once…”


     /  February 2, 2010

    My husband’s theory is this – all of the people on the plane that “died” actually went to heaven, and everyone that ended up on the island are actually in hell (or purgatory). They have all done very bad deeds in their past and are therefore not deserving of going to heaven. Only the people that redeem themselves through a truly selfless act “die” on the island and therefore go to heaven. ex – the women that have babies; Charlie in Season 1 doesn’t allow anyone else who “has someone else” on the island to go in the rocks/cave after Jack, he volunteers because as he says “he is alone and has no one”. He also makes the decision to throw his heroine into the fire.

    If you look at the picture in the TV magazine from Sunday that comes in the newspaper, the photo of the Lost characters looks very, very similar to “the Last Supper”….

    So what do you think about that?

  94. Ryan

     /  February 3, 2010

    Ok. Libby’s husband was named David. He died right? Libby was ALSO in the mental institution with Hurley… Hurley’s imaginary friend’s name was DAVE… coincidence???

  95. Ryan

     /  February 3, 2010

    I think Richard Albert was a slave on the Black Rock btw because the smoke monter that looks like John Locke said that the last time he saw him was in chains.

  96. Lance

     /  February 3, 2010

    I still can’t believe that no one else has picked up on this yet. Didn’t anyone catch a peak at the blanket that Jacob was creating and weaving…..kind of like “the fates” weaving the lines of strings of our lives. Flash forward to the future right before Ben is about to kill Jacob. Ben walks over to the “now completed” blanket that is hanging. There are drawings of a hierarchy of events. At the top of the blanket was a single being, then there are several drawn string lines going downwards that attaches many people to the single entitiy on the blanket…go further down, and you see more people that are connected to the first group of people. I would have to go back and freeze the picture to see exactly how many lines of people are all connected thru different rows/lines. I think these drawn lines of people represent not only the time lines that people have came in sequence of one another, but how they are all interconnected to one another, all the way up to Jacob and Mr. Black. Check it out!? I’m surprised no one else picked this up yet. I do think it has significance.

  97. Lance

     /  February 3, 2010

    I also wanted to state that I think this is all biblical in some way. Mr. Black is perhaps the devil, and he some how wants to to return back to heaven, and Jacob (perhaps an angel or guardian was sent there to prevent this until the devil some how gains faith that human beings are good, and they are not all about building, destroying, and corrupting (and whatever else i left out of that quote). Mr. Black mentioned that he wanted to return home, and maybe he is speaking of heaven, but can’t do so until he regains faith in human beings.

    I haven’t actually seen anyone really state it yet, but we all know and realize, it’s Jacob that’s bringing everyone to the island….right? Mr. Black even admits it when they are on the beach. Jacob is for some reason, trying to get Mr. Black to have faith in Humanity. So, he continues to bring people to the island….the sailors, the plane, the submarine….

    I think in the end, you’ll see a lot of the characters killed off because they are only pawns in a game that is bigger than humanity can comprehend. I really hope they don’t have some cheesy ending. I could actually live with Mr. Black no learning his lesson and the whole cycle starting again, when say perhaps we see a cruise ship full of people passing by the island, then all of a sudden beginning to sink, and we see all these people jumping off the ship, swimming towards the island. So then, would we begin again.

  98. Lance

     /  February 3, 2010

    and who ever is left from the Oceanic flight would be the “new others”

  99. Lance

     /  February 3, 2010

    Ok, here I go again….haha…if Mr. Black is a god, then how is it that the sound/electrical fence created by the humans was able to hold Mr. Black (as mr smoke) from getting thru, when it was on? I remember an episode where it was some sort of actual technological fence, and the smoke monster couldn’t get past it. Also, what about the dust…..where is this dust from? If dust was around the cabin and the temple, why couldn’t smokey just pick up large chunks of earth and crush and destroy the temple and cabin that way?

  100. Ryan

     /  February 5, 2010

    4 8 15 16 23 42

    These numbers add up to 108, and every 108 mins the button had to be pushed. Also, after 108 days the oceanic 6 were rescued. Anyone else remember any 108’s in LOST? That’s all I can think of.

  101. Jordan09

     /  February 8, 2010

    how did the black rock get in the middle of the jungle , if got there from a tsunami it could of blew up the dynamite

  102. Jordan09

     /  February 8, 2010

    When Hurley went to the black rock (s1) and to the others (s2) was it just me of did a bird fly out and it sounded like it was screaming hurley ?

  103. Jordan09

     /  February 8, 2010

    and what do you think happend to Rose , Bernard and Vincent

    i think jack,hurley,kate and all at the temple find claire there

  104. sk74

     /  February 8, 2010


    Some people have said that the whole thing is a loop, it will start over again… well, partly right.

    Rather than this all ending as the End Of The World, I think it will be the End Of Everything Old… and the Beginning Of Everything New as well.

    Or in other words… The next BIG BANG!!!

    Everything changes. Yin to Yang, Yang to Yin again (as in Light to Dark… Jacob’s reign to MIB’s reign…). It only ends once… everything else is just progress.

    I saw a very cryptic clue on one site which hinted at what the last season was all about, and it was a champagne bottle as the cork was being popped. THE BIG BANG!!!

    So basically what we are/ have been watching for the last five seasons are THE EVENTS THAT LEAD UP TO THE NEXT BIG BANG! Quite clever really, coz THE unanswerable question – apart from “what happenes after death?” – is “What was before the Big Bang?” I’m SO sure that I’m on the right track that I’m gonna prematurely praise the creators of this show for the sheer genius of it all! 😀

  105. Dave McElhaney

     /  February 9, 2010

    Who was this mysterious “man in black” taunting Jacob on the beach in the Season 5 finale prologue? What did he mean with the observation, “They come. Fight. They destroy. They corrupt. It always ends the same”? And why did this “Man No. 2″ so desperately want to find the loophole necessary to one day kill Jacob?

    These questions have been answered in my mind! Jacob is has has been the devil, The Guy, is an angel, and they are all already dead and in some sort of pergatory. People who die on LOST have moved on to heaven or hell. The ones who commit a a true act of selflessness to save anothers life, or soul move to heaven. Jacob does not want to leave, because as long as these losties are commiting sins, he is winning. The guy wants it all to end so he can return to heaven.

    If you look at this from this standpoint all of the actions and occurances make sense. Good and Bad, Yin and Yang, balck and white, and just about every person on the island has made some sort of exclaimation that they are already dead. I rewatched the first two seasons and it seams that everything fits in this context.

  106. Fiona

     /  February 9, 2010

    I agree with Dave McElhanney in a sense that the MIB, Essau is the good one and Jacob is the bad one. Jacob has visited some of the cast before the plane crash. I think this was to choose the people he wanted. Remember, most of them did something bad before the plane crash and could theoritically be called bad people. Essau is also the smoke monster, who has found the loophole of reincarnating himself as the dead people to get to Jacob, who he wants rid of. Jacob has been doing the same thing with people for centuries and i think those stuck on the island, like Richard Alpert are in pergutory. He doesnt age because he is dead but can’t move to his resting place. I think that Essau MIB wants to go home to his resting place in heaven.

  107. sk74

     /  February 11, 2010

    Did anyone notice when Claire was having the ultrasound scan this season in ep 3… the picture on the screen at first looked like a formless cloud of smoke before it took on a more humanoid form?!?

    Watch the scene again CLOSELY, slow it down or pause if you need to… it happens VERY briefly, but you can see that there is just a shapeless mass for a split second, then it takes form.

    Maybe the MIB is Aaron?

    Maybe that’s why the psychic in S1 was SO terrified at what he saw – and SO adamant that Claire HAS to be the one that raises her baby?

    And maybe that’s why the actor that played the MIB – Titus Welliver – has said that he “knows that [the character] has a name, and the significance of that name”… but TPTB have not revealed it to him?

  108. fridae

     /  February 14, 2010

    I really love Lost but im pretty sure the writers aint got a clue how to finish the show!
    I just hope they at least answer SOME questions!..like..
    1) what are the numbers all about?
    2) whats so special about walt?
    3) where has claire been?
    4) Is a whopper better than a Big mac?

  109. Hysterikz . . . ¬

     /  February 16, 2010

    Apparently their gonna answer 73 questions this season, so the big mac and whopper will definitely be known by the end of the season

  110. Jordan09

     /  February 18, 2010

    the blonde kid in s6ep4 the substitute is the kid in s5ep12 dead is dead(with ben kidnapping alex)

  111. sk74

     /  February 19, 2010

    @ Jordan09
    You mean the kid is a young Ethan Rom? Coz I can’t see how that is possible.

    Or are you simply saying that it’s the same child actor that played young Ethan?

  112. Dave McElhaney

     /  February 19, 2010

    OK, Please consider that they are all already dead! The events are taking place on an island where they will be judged. Jacob is the Devil recruting souls for the upcoming war with god. He is trying desperately to take as many souls as possible. The guy,(smoke monster) is god and takes the souls of those who commit a selfless, IE…Charlie, Eko, and people who are truely good. Thier actions on the island determine which they go, to heaven or hell! This would also explain the time travel, the resurections, the strang powers and sense of repeating themes, and it would explain all the religous conatations. It would also explain the seemingly endless supply of people that come and go on the island. The others are souls that have been judged and have been sentanced to serve time for past sins prior to being moved onto heaven. It seems all the people in the Darma Project were people with sorted pasts, and the losties went back to determine if the acts they have committed in life, where truely acts of evil or circumstancial.

    Please let me know what you think!


  113. Dave McElhaney

     /  February 19, 2010

    One more thought, In last weeks episode, when the Locke-alike and sawyer are in the cave, if you noticed each name written on the wall and roof of the cave corisponded with the numbers. Those numbers were the candidate numbers of the losties. These were written by Jacob in the cave along with name. Could these have something to do with the seven deadly sins.

    In the Book of Proverbs, it is stated that “the Lord” specifically regards “six things the Lord hateth, and the seventh His soul detesteth.” namely:[2]

    Haughty eyes
    A lying tongue
    Hands that shed innocent blood
    A heart that devises wicked plots
    Feet that are swift to run into mischief
    A deceitful witness that uttereth lies
    Him that soweth discord among brethren

    There are six lottery numbers coinciding with six of the losties, and the 7th would be Jacob himself to go along with the last.

    Just a thought to tie things together.

  114. Dave McElhaney

     /  February 19, 2010

    Ok last post today, To further prove my point on Lock-alike being good, or god, he asks Richard, “Will you come wit me?” promising him nothing and telling him he has been misled down the wrong road by Jacob, he again asks Sawyer, will you come with me, promising him nothing, and giving him a choice to stay and become part of the evil. He also did not promise Ben anything to kill Jacob, whom I believe is the devil, he just entices him to commit the act because he wants him to it and explains to him how Jacob ahs treated him!

  115. Kathryn Connor

     /  February 19, 2010

    113 Dave, ‘OK, Please consider that they are all already dead!’ – the producers have said from the start that the cast are not all already dead, that the island is not some form of purgatory, and that the characters who die actually die, it is not just their souls moving on – this was one of the theories totally debunked partway through Season 1.

    91 Travis – your ‘friend’ must then either be Matthew Fox, or one of the writers/producers then. Not that it’s not a plausible theory, but there’s a post like that on every lost fan/spoiler site out there – all these people whose friends have read the scripts, can’t say too much, but no two have said the same thing – either the producers of lost are very clever, and have strewn around dozens of scripts with entirely different season sixes, or you’re all full of it. I know which theory I prefer.

  116. Hysterikz . . . ¬

     /  February 22, 2010

    …Dave …… everyone is not dead, no one God and no one is the Devil on the island, or that term shouldn’t be used that would just be retarded, there must be a better explanation to tie everything together at the very end . . . . .

  117. Bethan Landers

     /  February 22, 2010

    The only way you can get into heaven is if you asked jesus to run your life BEFORE you die so this whole purgatory thing is impossible, and irrelevant to Lost. God may have something to do with the island but he wouldn’t personally prevoke someone to kill Jacob! God knows that a person couldn’t kill the Devil, but that God himself has to punish him. Also he said that he is trapped on the island, God cant be trapped. sorry, nice idea, but i just had to say that. Moving on me and my friend had a theory about the characters being cirtain numbers but we thought we were crazy! we’re not! kind of.

  118. Ryan

     /  February 24, 2010

    Ok I don’t think the MIB is God, and Jacob the devil. It’s opposite. Jacob, like Jesus, had to die. Now MIB, Satan, think’s he can take over. But no, Jesus will be back, rise again, and destory the MIB once and for all.

  119. Bethan Landers

     /  February 24, 2010

    Ooh! Yeah I’d love to see that! Also, whats MIB stand for? Cos I always thought it stood for Men in Black but obviosly not. My brother used to have this theory that Desmond was Jesus because he turned the key to kill himself but save everyone else, then rose again, but Desmond’s not really in it anymore so I guess he’s not Jesus. I think Jacob could be, or he could be Jacob from the bible and the other guy’s Noah who got stuck there cos his ark broke! I’ hope for the sake of Lost thats not true. Wow I rambled. so sorry.

  120. kate

     /  February 24, 2010

    i don’t mean to put spoilers out there season 6 episode 5 Claire says she is friends with the fake Locke dose that mean she has meet him is his true forums (human and smoke)? Jacob told Hurley near the end of the episode that his actual plan was to get jack to the light house to see his house in the mirror but he told Hurley it was to help someone get to the island even thought he said it was really to help jack see how important he is. I still think he wanted to help someone get to the island! also i don’t remember how said this but apparently the MIB has a enemy that isn’t Jacob it’s some one els could this be Richard or the boy from season 6 episode 4 or even the candidates or something a little more far fetched Aaron

  121. Bethan Landers

     /  February 25, 2010

    Yeah, I’d like it to be like Walt or something but theyr not usin that actor cos his voice broke and stuff. Its probably the kid in the jungle though. I haven’t actually seen that episode yet but I’m damn excited!

  122. Michelle

     /  February 26, 2010


  123. sonny

     /  March 19, 2010

    what if the two dead bodies are the man in black and woman he said he once loved he hinted he once loved someone and he might have fleed to the caves with his love interest and murdered with her and thats their skeletons he has said in present hes experienced betrayal who he is now a cloud of black smoke may be his spirit returning with revenge

  124. sonny

     /  March 19, 2010

    i get the feeling the adam and eve theory is mib and girlfriend which were killed in the cave running from people could be the origin others and what if the others origin was the black rock and they were pirates were starting to know richard was on the black rock when he said he was and man and black said ” its good to see you out of those chains” he could be a slave that once arrived to the island and was visited by jacob and mib , jacob could have saved him freed him theres other skeletons which are chained up in the black rock jacob obviously dint see an interest in them and left them to rot but richard is important he was elected this is my theory before it premieres episodes “ab areroto”

  125. sonny

     /  March 19, 2010

    i have one more theory sayid and claire looked like theyve lost it i think hes corrupting their brains turning them evil and insane this is what ilana meant by “hes recruiting” hes gathering people and manipulating them thinking there getting off the island hes building an army their the new threat not others,dharma,mercs its people which mib have turned evil which were once good

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