Friday, October 13

A List of Lost Theories With Little Or No Facts to Back Them Up!

Some Interesting Theories are Floating around About This Week's Lost
(Get Ready For a Big List)

Finally for all the people that had weird theories about this show taking place in the past it's confirmed that the current date on the island is November 29, 2004.

Jae may not have thrown himself from the balcony. Though, with the necklace in his hand, it appears that he committed suicide, it also seems unlikely that he would not take the offer to run away to another country. Sun killed Jae; he did not jump. This is foreshadowed when Sun pushes the Glass Ballerina off of its platform.

When Colleen approaches Danny about getting Desmond's boat, she can be heard saying "Ben wants us to take the "galaga" pair that with the fact that The others were able to approach the sailboat without getting wet and without walking up the pier. So maybe the others have a submarine?

Ben's statement that he has been on the island his whole life implies that he was born there. In support, he refers to "your fellow Americans" when speaking to Jack, indicating that he does not consider himself to be an American.

The dig site was likely an archeological dig. The area was broken up into quadrants and the others were frequently checking a map of some sort. Maybe they are digging up a huge sandal for that big foot we saw last season.

One of the coolest things I've saw was in the trailer for next week, check out these images, from the slowed down trailer...Maybe a Spoiler

The Others may be descendants of inhabitants of an utopian village on the island that were infected with a virus by members of the Hanso Foundation. Due to the healing powers of the island, the virus is not effective. Now the Others are desperately seeking a way to neutralize the virus and be able to leave the prison of the island and live in the outside world. That’s why they pick out people that could bring a solution to their problem. That’s why Ben requires Jack: Jack's task will be finding an antidote. That is why Jack and Kate wake up with shot marks on their arms. Perhaps they were infected with the virus (or whatever they think is the virus-they may not be sick at all) in an effort to coerce Jack into helping them-he would never let Kate die.

And Finally I Learned That Evageline Lilly When not Working Loves to Dry Hump!


At 4:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said... it does take place in the past.

At 6:18 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This show is so confusing!?!?!


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