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Monday, May 25, 2009

Lost Season 6 Burning Questions

Here is a scoop from TVGuide.com's Getting Lost video series
Jacob warned Un-Locke that "They are coming"....
  1. So who are "they" according to Jacob?
  2. Who is man #2?


Source: TV Guide

28 comments:

  1. To question #2: Esau. It has to be. (lol)

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  2. That's actually what I thought too. What if it goes back to the ancient rivalry between the classic Jacob and Esau? Metaphorically, Jacob stole something from Esau (maybe not his birthright, but rather some part of his inheritance) Esau in revenge tries to kill him.

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  3. When Ben goes to the temple to be judged, he finds a carving over the smoke monster grate showing a seated Seth(?) confronting the monster. The large statue where Jacob lives also appears to be that of Seth. It is possible that man #2 is the smoke monster himself taking the form of a deceased. Teh "loophole" is that Jacob can only be killed by a living person but the smoke monster can only represent the dead. He takes on Locke's form, after he tricks him in dying to return to the island, then tricks Ben inside the temple by taking the form of his dead daughter and threatening Ben to obey "Locke"'s orders. It then becomes easy for him to convince Ben to kill Jacob as he does in the season finale.

    Still haven't figured out who "they" are but maybe this will trigger some thoughts.

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  4. Man #2 may be the smoke monster himself, taking on one of the many human forms he uses: when Ben goes to the temple to be judged, he finds a carving of a seated Seth, the god represented in the giant statue in which Jacob lives, confronting the monster. The "loophole" is that Jacob can only be killed by a living person. The monster takes on Locke's form, convinces Alpert to tell the real Locke to agree to die. When the 6 return to the island, the monster takes on Locke's form again. Back in the judgement scene, he had tricked Ben into obeying "Locke" by taking on the form of his daughter. It then becomes easier for him to convince him to kill Jacob at the end.

    No theory regarding who "they" are but maybe this will trigger some thoughts.

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  5. man #2 is anubis
    the man who has been in the cabin all along

    seriously, come on.

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  6. It is Esau. Also the statue is that of sobek which leaves me to believe that the island is paradise ie the garden of Eden. "they" are people that Jacob has coming in order to "stop the same thing from always happening". The island goes through different times so it could be the case. After Adam and eve took the forbidden fruit god put a sheild over the tree so they could not do it again. It was a sword but it moved so fast it looked like glimmering flashing light, the smoke monster could be this in 'lost' form....

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  7. Also in an earlier episode they came across 2 dead bodies of a male and female and named them Adam and eve. In there pockets they had a white stone and a black stone, michael then went onto explaining to walt that these were used in backgammon, the oldest known game, how this was a game of good vs evil....

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  8. I think Lost Island is Bermuda Triangle

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  9. I think what Jacob meant by "they are coming" is the return of the all those people who were stuck in 1977... I mean Jack and the group.

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  10. I dont know what will happen but I never want it to end. This is the most incredible show ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  11. I don't think that non-Locke is the smoke monster. What I find interesting, is that for some reason- he cannot kill himself.
    When he wants John Locke to be dead, so that he can take over his form, he tells him he must kill himself. What seemed logical at first, as some way of creating a bond between the oceanic passengers, became a pattern when he ordered Ben to kill Jacob.
    Did he really not know where Jacob was? Was Ben there just for showing him the way, or perhaps, using another person for killing Jacob was his only way of doing it?
    Another option is that Ben himself has a part, or power, that he is not aware of, for killing Jacob, an immortal being, must require something great.

    And remember that Locke himself was never able to kill, just like non-Locke: Even Sawyer was sent to kill Locke's father when he couldn't.

    It makes me think that the man in black is the devil (as described in the scene, when he is dressed in all-balck, while Jacob is dressed in white), he is the devil because his power is to make others sin, play with them as pawns, while he himself has no real power in the world.

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  12. Locke is able to kill. He kills Naomi with his knife.

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  13. The island... there is no island, the thing which appears as an island is a spaceship and it is capable to travel in space and time. The native people on the island are descendant of a mythological race from an ancient alien civilization. The reason that they came or travel to the earth was to repair an accident which had happened during the creation in regards to god him/herself. And they had to breed humans on the earth to redeem this mistake/accident. But hey, two mistakes don't make one right. So god ends up with his/her own eternally wounded being while human race also endlessly suffer without healing even their own wounds or imperfections. This endless loop will be repeated untill the inner quality of humans are equal to quantity of them (which requires a serious amount of death of existed human population.

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  14. Ruh'un what are u talking about hahaha
    i love this show and all these comments are great but iseriouslt think the black smoke is Locke and "they" are the people outside the statue that saw the dead body of real Locke.

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  15. What is in Hugo's guitar case?

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  16. Judy, what was in Hugo's guitar case was the proof that he needed to provide the "new others" in order to save Sayeed. I want to know how the Flight Attendant from 815 is a part of them. I also cannot wait to see why Desmond was on Oceanic 815.

    I really like how they have it split in 2 ways. As if they never crashed and stuck 30 years ago. It's an interesting spin but I still want answers!

    I cannot wait until next week!

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  17. No one has mentioned the missing coffin with Christian's body. What Christian's role is all about, since he can "speak for Jacob"
    What was the nick on Jack's neck and why did he look so old?

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  18. They "could be lost souls returning" maybe carvings on the temples possibly historians or scientists while doing research on the island completed some rubbings and took them. Possibly the cloth rubbings are hidden in the casket (something else that had to come back) Their are souls of the habitants/ humans (maybe not humans) once there. The scientist have been doing research but did not have all the technology. The souls must be returned or it will never end.

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  19. THE ADAM AND EVE THEORY IS GOOD BUT WHAT IF NONE OF IT IS REAL AND THERE ALL PART OF AN ELABORATE SLEEP TEST WHERE THERE ALL HOOKED UP TO WIRES AND MONITORS JUST LIKE THE FRONT COVER OF WALTS MAGAZINE IN SEASON 1 I THINK IT WAS

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  20. I am in the mind to watch it right from the beggining again to see if I can make more sence.do you think the writers will write an explination for us thickos who are more losts than the most lost person on the island ?

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  21. I am blissfully LOST! I don't have a clue, the more I know the less I know. I love it. "LOST", is pure genius. I have resigned myself to accept; that after all is said and done, after all questions are answered, I will still be LOST. In the beginning......LOL

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  22. The whole lost trip is amazing, not to mention the bouts of actually getting lost within, whether one would understand the theory or not is yet another part... I guess the writers provide a good and solid reason behind these mysteries atleast not to disappoint their "lost" fans!

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  23. Im addicted to Lost, i have all the seasons on dvd appart from 6 and can't wait to rewatch them. I also have 4, 1000 pc jigsaw puzzles of Lost. I think the ending will be them on the plane and hopefully getting to their detination and seeing their life unfold. maybe somehow they will meet eachother all over again.

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  24. i think is about tridimensional situation . that locke is satan and want to get out of the island cause is trapped there and he neeeds them to do it.and jacob is like god trying to keep him in there

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  25. Another burning question just added since last episode. Who is David Shepherd's mother?

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  26. Lost is becoming immensely more and more lame every week. This shows stupidity frustrates me.

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  27. In the Recon, they showed that Jack was a cop and so was Miles.. but so far in all the episodes they always showed what would have happened in the future if the flight actually landed in LA.But in this episode, they changed the past of these two characters. Miles used to read dead peoples tots and Swayer was a con man. The Recon is too far fetched to strengthen the previous characterization of these 2 individuals.. any thoughts on the same?

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  28. in recon, the flashs are no longer fowards or backwards, they are now flashes of what would have happened if the island never existed (hence why it was shown underwater) therefore jacob was never involved in their lives so they chose a different path,

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