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So this is it. One more night of lost and it’s all over.  Is anyone feeling a bit nostalgic?  Anyone thinking there’s no way in heck we’ll have all the answers on Sunday night?  My guess is there will be a lot left over for us to debate in the future…things with no answers. (more…)

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In typical Lost fashion, just when you think you know the typical structure of the show, they throw you a curve ball.  This week, instead of the usual ‘centric’ episode where the storyline focuses on one or two of the characters, we get a story where they are all coming together or splitting up or….well, as usual, a lot happened. (more…)

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I have no idea where to start this week.  Rather than a main story on the island and one off as they show has usually done, last night was all over the place. (more…)

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Each week I am more convinced that the Alternate Timeline, the one where Flight 815 lands is the real timeline. Well, the timeline which would have happened had Jacob not touched them. My theory is that in some way they’ll end up never crashing on the island.
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There was such an incredible amount of information in this episode that I had to watch it a second time. Heck, I’d have watched it a third time but then I remembered I had to finish an assignment for school. Don’t worry mom, I finished it and turned it in with some time to spare. (more…)

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After watching last night, I haven’t seen anything, yet, to shoot any holes in my theory. 😉

Dogen to Sayid: “One side of the scale there is good. The other side, evil. Yours tipped the wrong way.” He never said Sayid was evil. Could it be that the scale tipped…wasn’t in balance that is the problem? (more…)

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Did you know that last night’s episode was the 108th episode?

For some reason just before the show started I decided to grab a notepad. I don’t normally take notes but, well, there were some quotes which caught my attention. (more…)

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