All credit to maisie7 on fanforum (I would post a link, but it’s fanforum…)
Their dialogues in their break up scenes:
THE INCIDENT (Juliet & James)
JAMES: I need toi to tell me where all this is coming from. I mean, one minute, you're leading the great sub escape, And now you're on board with blowing up the damn island? I got a right to know why toi changed your mind.
JULIET: I changed my mind when I saw toi look at her. Don't. don't.
JAMES: I don't care who I looked at. I'm with you.
JULIET: And toi would stay with me forever if I let you, And that is why I will always l’amour you.
I was lire this article about the girl who had been kidnapped at 11 and found, 18 years later. And it made me think of the numerous child kidnappings that have occurred on "LOST":
*Ben Linus' kidnapping of Alex Rousseau, Danielle's infant daughter. Ben had kidnapped Alex when she was an infant, against Charles Widmore's orders. He pretended to be her father for sixteen years. Eventually, mother and daughter were finally able to reunite. But they were never able to enjoy their reunion, due to them both being killed par Charles Widmore's hired thugs within a few days....
For some time now, we've just accepted that Nathan (season 2, episode 7 Tailie from 'The Other 48 Days') is Canadian and that Ana Lucia merely had 'the wrong guy'. I'm asking the question... Who is Nathan really? On several re-watches of the episode, I started to realize there was a lot plus going on than I originally thought.
One thing that's important to remember is LOST's Canada deception!
It's well known that EVERY other reference to Canada ou being Canadian on Lost (and there are many), is indicative of deception.
It stands to reason that Nathan may not actually be Canadian at all, ou if he...
Kate Austen has to be one of the most divisive characters on the ABC series, "LOST". The character has generated some very extreme reactions from the show's fans. The latter have either loved her ou hated her. I had harbored a good deal of dislike toward Kate, myself for a long period. However, my dislike stemmed from the writers' handling of her character and a good number of the fans' attitude toward the mistakes and crimes she had committed. A good example of this attitude could be found in the general reaction to the Season Two episode called (2.09)...
No, this is not fan fiction. I was recently asked if Lost would find a whole new fan-base in light of a a heavily promoted re-run currently montrer on G4. The question seemed easy enough. It's a simple yes ou no answer, right? Well, not quite. As with everything to do with Lost, there are no simple réponses - and most réponses simply lead to plus questions anyway. I've been in the TV / Media industry long enough to know how cyclical these things are. The fact it's on G4 means it's being exposed to a new younger (mostly male) audience.
But Lost - par its nature - has a couple of very major roadblocks...
I have a confession to make. I must be one of the few viewers of television’s "LOST" who does not dislike the series' lead character, Dr. Jack Shephard. Before anyone makes the assumption that he is a favori character of mine, let me make one thing clear. He is not. But for some strange reason, I do not dislike Jack.
For the past three ou four seasons, many "LOST" fans have ranted consistently against Jack’s faults. Mind you, he is not the only flawed character in the series. In fact, most of the major charactes seemed to possess some very serious...
Jack 1. Gather ingredients 2. Point gun at ingredients and shout “HOW DO I MAKE A sandwich, "sandwich" OUT OF YOU?!?!?” 3. Breathe heavily through your nose as though toi were about to hit ingredients 4. Give up and make the sandwich, "sandwich" yourself, and eat it bitterly
Kate 1. Make separate sandwiches, one with cacahuète, arachide beurre and one with jelly 2. Take a bite of the cacahuète, arachide beurre sandwich, declaring it the best 3. Take a bite of the gelée sandwich, declaring it the best 4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 ad infinitum 5. Follow cacahuète, arachide beurre ou gelée sandwich, "sandwich" into grave danger
Sawyer 1. Throw the jar of gelée at wall, sneering “I...
Episode Quote One Pilot: Part 2 "I'm a complex guy, sweetheart."
Confidence Man [On Watership Down] "Hell of a book. It's about bunnies!"
Confidence Man [While Sayid is torturing him] No, don't stop now. I think my sinuses are clearing. ("Confidence Man")
Confidence Man [Blackmailing Kate into s’embrasser him so he'll give up Shannon's asthma medicine "Baby, I am tied to a arbre in a jungle of mystery and I just got tortured par a damn spinal surgeon and a genuine Iraqi. Of course I'm serious." ("Confidence Man")
Every Man For Himself "Did toi just kill that bunny?"
NARRATOR: This story begins on September 22nd, 2004. In Sydney Australia; when 324 people boarded a plane to Los Angeles.
HURLEY: Hold the door!
NARRATOR: Like any flight that day, this was comprised of strangers. Among them: a doctor; and a fugitive; a soldier; and a rock star; a con man; and a lottery winner; and a strange couple; a single mother to be; and a man whose faith was lost.
NARRATOR:(Continued) As Oceanic 815 flew high over the ocean. This group of strangers -
Shannon grew up without a mother and lived her early childhood years alone with her father. At the tender age of 8, Shannon's father married a woman par the name of Sabrina Carlyle, and along with Sabrina was her 10-year-old son, Boone Carlyle. This resulted in Sabrina becoming Shannon's stepmother and Boone becoming Shannon's stepbrother. Shannon never had a good relationship with Sabrina, but Shannon's and Boone's relationship blossomed as the years dragged on. ("Do No Harm") ("Abandoned").
Shannon became a ballet instructor at the age of 18 along with her best friend, Nora....
We know Jacob as a soul of this island. And in the last episode of season 5, we saw him and knew a lot of things about him. It was really long-awaited information. But I want to talk not about him, but about the man who was his enemy. We can see him talking to Jacob in the beginning of the last episode. From their conversation we can understand that this man (everyone calls him Anti-Locke) wants Jacob to die. And in the end of ‘The Incident’ he gets what he always wanted. He used Locke and Ben to do it. And I think that he IS a black smoke, a monster, and all phantoms...
If toi have not seen the ABC series “LOST” ou at least the end of Season Five, I suggest that toi do not read this post.
"JUGHEAD AND JULIET BURKE
It’s been eleven-and-a-half years since “LOST” went off the air and it still amazes me on how many of the series’ fans irritate me. To this day, many people still blame Dr. Jack Shephard for the death of Dr. Juliet Burke in the Season Six premiere, (6.01-6.02) “LAX”.
The plan to drop the U.S. Army’s hydrogen bomb - “Jughead” - at the site where DHARMA scientist Dr. Stuart Radzinsky was drilling to reach the island’s power source...
On February 4, 2009, ”LOST” aired an episode called (5.04) ”The Little Prince”. In this episode, former fugitive Kate Austen discovered that that someone knows the secret of Aaron Littleton’s true parental lineage. When I first learned about this episode, I found myself wondering if the series would finally address the moral consequences of the Oceanic Six’s lie about Aaron. It did . . . on a very limited scale.
As everyone knows, Australian survivor, Claire Littleton had donné birth to an infant son named Aaron on the castaways’ 41st jour on the island. While on the run from the...
here's the story line of William Shakespeare's The Tempest:
The sorcerer Prospero, rightful Duke of Milan, and his daughter, Miranda, have been stranded for twelve years on an island, after Prospero's jealous brother Antonio—helped par Alonso, the King of Naples—deposed him and set him adrift with the three-year-old Miranda. Prospero secretly sought the help of Gonzalo and their small and shoddy bateau had secretly been upgraded to be plus than sea worthy, it had been supplied with plenty of nourriture and water, it had an excellent bibliothèque and contained surviving material in case the bateau capsized....
I wrote this article after viewing the Season Two episode, (2.09) "What Kate Did" some three years ago:
"LOST": A Tale of Two Fathers
Back in Season Two, "LOST" aired an episode called (2.09) "What Kate Did". The episode revealed the crime that led castaway Kate Austen (Evangeline Lilly) to being a fugitive for three years - she had murdered her father, Wayne Jensen (James Horan), and used his death to collect insurance for her mother, Diane (Beth Broderick). The episode also revealed Kate's reason for her act of murder. She had just learned that Wayne - a man she had presumed to be her stepfather...
Please note; this article has no season 6 spoilers beyond the 2-hour premier. I'm just compiling this from what has already been addressed in précédant seasons, and what that means for storyline's in season 6.
How time travel works on Lost Its been a long discussed theme that 'whatever happened, happened' meaning that the time travel on Lost is presented as something that cannot be changed no matter what toi do to try and stop it. This is called link which is time travel without creating a link. However, with every non-linear equation there is always a variable, and as Daniel Faraday put...
The pilot episode of some of my favori télévision series have rarely impressed me . . . if not at all. There are a few exceptions to the rule. And one of those exceptions happened to the be pilot episode for ABC-TV's "LOST".
Created par J.J. Abrams, Jeffrey Leiber and Damon Lindelof, "LOST" aired on télévision for six seasons, between 2004 and 2010. As many fans know, "LOST" told about the survivors of a commercial passenger plane crash on a mysterious South Pacific island, while flying between Sydney and Los Angeles. While télévision viewers got to...