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Paul Kersey of usenet

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Date: May 4, 2008
RE: L O S T


squidhammer wrote:

artcinco wrote:


OK. After about 2 months and almost 90 episodes later, I am totally caught up with LOST. So if anyone wants to discuss the show I can do it now without fear of learning stuff through spoilers.





Ok, so WTF is going on? Any theories?

Spoiler



-- Edited by Nope at 10:22, 2008-05-05

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Mob Ruler

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Date: May 4, 2008

iBeaux wrote:

 

artcinco wrote:

Do you do any bit-torrenting iBeaux? If so this is the place.
 

Iknow absolutely nothing about bit torrenting. LOL Im very behind the times I suppose. I downloaded the Pilot 1 and couldnt open it. I guess I need some special player? The extention is rmv something...LOL Real Player?

 




 I just PMed you with some info about torrenting.



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Mob Ruler

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Nope wrote:

 

:::SPOILER ROOM:::

I had a theory, but the fourth season really warped it and the power is really with the viewer. I wonder if Lindelof and Abrams are even going to fully explain all of it. If Number "Patrick McGoohan" Six is on the Island and the white bubble follows everyone, I really haven't got a friggen clue anymore.
Is the show religious, is it bound to science, or both?

Some moments of the show have been disturbing. For me the most uncomfortable moment was when Jack was somewhere on the beach (real world in the future setting?) and the folks around him started disliking him because of the tattoos, which scared them. Parts of the show have even moments of psychological horror, which is one of the reasons why I watch it. And Hurley back at the mental institution in the real world? Who was in the wooden coffin and no-one but Jack came to visit? Spooky and depressing.




The show definitely seems to play fast and loose with science. But this may be explained at some point.


 

Spoiler


And Nope, if you have your member preferences set for html editing there is a spolier button which will hide the selected text with a spolier button. biggrin

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Paul Kersey of usenet

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Date: May 5, 2008

artcinco wrote:

Nope wrote:



Spoiler



-- Edited by Nope at 13:59, 2008-05-05

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Nope wrote:

 

I tried to wrap up the damage. First I just couldn't figure out where the heck that button is because it actually is that grey spoiled button over there.



Unfortunately, it seems that there can only be one spoiler tag in a post. At least for me in the two browsers I have tried, the first spoiler tag works and the subsequent ones do not. So you have to delete any quoted spoiler stuff if you plan to use the spoiler thingy in your response.

 

Spoiler

 



-- Edited by artcinco at 13:13, 2008-05-05

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Paul Kersey of usenet

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Date: May 5, 2008

artcinco wrote:

Nope wrote:


I tried to wrap up the damage. First I just couldn't figure out where the heck that button is because it actually is that grey spoiled button over there.



Unfortunately, it seems that there can only be one spoiler tag in a post. At least for me in the two browsers I have tried, the first spoiler tag works and the subsequent ones do not. So you have to delete any quoted spoiler stuff if you plan to use the spoiler thingy in your response.


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Ben Linus also believes he is a good guy or at least has stated that. And he seems hellbent on keeping others away from the island. With Jack on the bridge and Hurley in the asylum, I think the producers wanted to hammer home the idea that the island may have been the best thing to happen to those characters.


Another interesting thing about the Others is how they compile lists of the crash survivors and then gather info and pass judgement.



-- Edited by artcinco at 13:13, 2008-05-05

I'm so spoiled with this stuff.

Ben is at the moment still a total mystery to me. That little smile he has after he gets Sayid to work for him is slightly devious, but on the other hand I still say he has some good in him. As far as him being revealed the main bad guy at the very end is still a mystery. The actor choice is just dead on. Michael Emerson should win an award for that role. He's the most fascinating fictional bad guy since Joe Pesci's volatile Tommy DeSisome from Goodfellas. He's got the physical appearance of a maniac genius who'd probably look good on a trench coat in WW2 movie. If there's a Himmler movie on its way, that's the guy to play him.



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The wereo is the Glory.

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