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And if it's a non-real place how do you explain Naomi, who is not an Other or a Lostie?
I think they are talking about something we do not know about yet.
4, 8 My guess is that Jack knows that Juliet is reporting to Ben. I think she told him immediately and they are trying to get her back on his good graces for future benefit. Jack wants to limit who knows so as to not jeopardize the plan.
5 I agree, although I like hell/purgatory as a plausible (all things considered)explanation for everything (just like I liked the idea it all being a hallucination in an institutionalized Hurley's mind), I highly doubt that's where they are going with it. First, it's too easy, and second, they would make that explanation a huge reveal at the end of the show (akin to the end of any M. Night Shyamalan movie).
Most of the hope of the survivors revolved around the notion that someone was still looking for them. Now they know that the Govt apparently thinks they've already been found, and that there are no survivors--so now what do they do?
This season has been really good.
IMO, Michael Emerson addition to the cast was genius. He just plays his role perfect.
And as i said in the previous thread, Sawyer took his acting to a whole new level with his performance last nite.
It's been a good week for TV.
Locke's Dad is just playing into the "Purgatory" thing that people have been speculating about since the first season. I think it's a way for Lindloff and Cuse to mess with the audience a little bit. It's not Purgatory.
I think Kate is pregnant. I figure it will be one of the big reveals at the end of the season. All this coitus with Sawyer has to mean something, right?
I thought Josh Holloway was outstanding, and I felt some sick satisfaction watching him strangle the man that ruined his life.
Very solid episode.
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