Originally posted by Gazrok
Sayid shooting Ben. (we know he'll live of course).
Maybe even Juliet will be the one to save him (hence where Ben first develops his crush on her, reigniting when he sees her later on).
Yeah, that was surprising (although I did see it coming as the scene was progressing)! I wonder how it will affect everything else? I like your theory
Originally posted by chissler
Very interesting. Last night's episode wasn't grossly entertaining throughout, but a necessary episode to fill in the gaps of the season. This
whole season seemed to be answering questions while last nights episode went in the old direction of posing more questions.
Although I feel that this episode wasn't that good, I would have to say that it did answer questions (well, at least one major one). We found out why
Sayid was heading towards Guam and why he was in handcuffs. Also, I guess I can say that that we found out that Sayid is a natural killer.
Everything that is now occurring in the past, is the outcome of these events reflected in the first seasons?
Maybe. This would be incredibly interesting. They are affecting the first seasons, such as Ethan being born for example.
Originally posted by TiM3LoRd
woah baby what an episode. Sayid tripping off acid or some other hallucinogen. JJ seems to have a fondness for mind altering drugs. even fringe sports
alot of '___' references.
Well I don't know how much J.J. Abrams plays a role in individual episodes. I used to pay attention to the writing credits of each episode (or almost
every one) and I noticed that he usually writes the season premiers and maybe the finales. The rest of the episode he is just credited as the creator
(among others), right? I am pretty sure this is the case. This angers me, as this show (and as all of his shows should be) should be his baby. Would
you create a show and let other people write for you? It's pretty crazy!
Sayid that is not Ben.
Originally posted by testrat
I wonder if Ben getting shot has anything to do with him getting cancer as a adult.
Whoa, maybe he is destined to die? Of course, though, he escapes cancer and, as it appears, he escapes being killed by Sayid.
I don't have much to say about this episode except what I already mentioned about, although I did see it coming as the scene was progressing, Sayid
shooting Ben being shocking. Also, that scene with Sayid on the drugs was comedic.
is the trailer for the next episode,
"Whatever Happened, Happened." It looks like, among other things, Richard finds Ben's body. Hm. Here is the lineup for the rest of the season:
Title: "Whatever Happened, Happened."
Title: "Dead is Dead."
Title: "Some Like It Hoth."
Centric: Miles (?).
Title: "The Variable."
Title: "Follow the Leader."
Episodes 5.16 / 5.17 (Finale.)
Title: "The Incident." (Parts I & II.)
Very nice stuff, especially the finale, which sounds amazing!
[edit on 29-3-2009 by they see ALL]