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omgomgomg LOST

Lost (TV series)

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Was anyone else peeing themselves in excitement around 7:30 last night? ABC’s LOST was pretty much amazing. My guess that the ‘bad Locke’ was the smoke monster was spot on. I was also correct in saying that the bomb did go off.

I was amused and confused and caught up in the bizzaro world created by the bomb going off. I guess it caused a schism of sorts, with two parallel timelines. But the main characters are still grouping together in what might be otherwise seen as coincidence even without the plane crash (in 2004). I’m leaning towards all of them somehow being on the same Ajira flight in 2007 and, you know, crashing on the island anyway.

The premier episode didn’t answer any questions about Claire, Christian or Desmond, which was sort of disappointing. The island is not done with Desmond Hume.

But the nature of the relationships between Richard Alpert, the man in black (smoke monster) and Jacob became a little clearer. I’m not sure thhttp://assets.hulu.com/shows/show_thumbnail_lost.jpgat Richard was a slave aboard the Black Rock. I suspect that both he and the man in black are in servitude to Jacob somehow, and where Richard has served loyally and been given quite a bit of latitude for it, the man in black only grudgingly does his job and has begun his plans for killing Jacob and escaping to freedom.

And will Sawyer really go all Wiley Coyote on Jack for the majority of the season? Will Jack finally reconcile with his father? What’s the deal with Ilana? So many questions, so many ridiculous theories and a whole week to find out if they’ll even answer/confirm any of them.

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