After watching The Variable three times, and paying special attention to the significant ‘destiny’ references, I experienced an epiphany that I believe to be plausible given the time travel we’ve witnessed this season.
Category: Lost Theories
Thoughts, theories, and wild guesses on the meaning of events in “The Variable.”
Delve into the dangerous and labyrinthine depths of my mind and discover what the events of “Some Like it Hoth” might mean. Results are not guaranteed.
If you listened to the latest DocArzt & Friends LOST Podcast you know that I blurted something about Bram and Illana being the children of the Dharma Initiative, and you probably also know I left that hanging with absolutely no logical reasoning for thinking that way. Well, that’s why reading isn’t as over-rated as some … Read more
Popular Mechanics managed to wrangle an expert on egyptology who, in turn, went on to crack the mysteries of LOST’s egyptian influences wide open. Check it out.
BWAAAAaaaahAAHAHAHahahaaaa…*ah-heh*…hahhhhh… Best. Last Line. EVAR! I mean, really, did you see the look in Ben’s big, bugged-out blues? Classic! Then, Locke smirks, smash-cut…*pah!*…”LOST.” That, my friends, is how you end an episode and leave ’em wanting more. Truly, do you ever get enough of Locke and Ben? I know I don’t! And what about Miles … Read more
As the Lost debate of the season rages on, let’s take a look at some things I want to see in this week’s episode. Warning to spoilerphobes, this article will contain info given in the recently released sneak peaks and press releases. You’ve been warned.
While we all know his gesture is doomed to failure (and if you don’t you have to stay after and clean the erasers), leave it to Sayid to be the one to fight the future…to try to put a bullet right through the heart of fate itself. And a young Ben Linus. Who else among … Read more
Wow, what an ending eh? Let’s be honest, most of us saw it coming. It was watching it go down that was actually the fun part. But let’s take a deeper look. Things may not exactly be what they seem…
Warning to spoilerphobes: This article will contain spoilers, and information from the recently released sneak peaks. You’ve been warned, so don’t throw a hissy.
I honestly can say that I don’t know which episodes are harder to recap, the major league geek-fests like “The Constant,” “Jughead,” and the last three season finales, or the bridge episodes like “Something Nice Back Home,” “Greatest Hits,” or “Namaste,” that are more character-based drama while putting people in place for the next mythology … Read more
If you get nosebleeds when you think about time travel, if you have used terms such as ‘closed time-like curves’ or ‘spacetime’ without really knowing what they mean, if you pride yourself on having read ‘A Brief History of Time’ but understood it no more than Aldo appeared to, if you think if a person … Read more
It has been postulated that the poor condition of the building that Christian meets Sun and Frank in is evidence of an altered timeline in which the Others never moved into the Barracks. I disagree.
Hey all, nato64 here, back with another theory regaurding last episode’s inclusion of the infamous four-toed statue. I have a theory as to the exact event that caused the statue to crumble, leaving only the feet for Sayid, Sun, and Jin to look upon. In the Season 2 finale, Sayid says he doesn’t know what … Read more
My, my, my. The last time Lost’s favorite good ol’ boy had himself a centric episode it was called “Every Man For Himself.” How far he’s come in a mere…two seasons. That’s right. It’s actually been two full seasons plus four episodes since we got ourselves a Sawyer fix, and he’s completely finished his transmogrification … Read more
A lot of you have written in since LOST revealed a new aspect of the iconic ‘four toed statue’ last week. Most of it has been various disputes over our mention on the podcast that the statue was ‘Anubis’ – something we admittedly put forward maybe a bit too confidently. To clear the air, I … Read more
(Author’s Note: OK, back to a regular schedule after this last late recap. I was in San Diego and Baja helping my brother get married with many attendant festivities starting last Wednesday night. Note to self, there’s a reason they call it “te-kill-ya.”) Well…there you have it. The Passion of the Locke, as others have … Read more
Hard to find a “happy faced” Ben Linus. Ben is a “good guy,” in respect to the overall good. Whether Ben is trying to protect the Island, or protect the world FROM the Island, he is working for the good of the future. Ben didn’t want John to die, Ben wasn’t sure that John had … Read more
How was Ben so chummy with Hawking, when she seems to also be connected to Widmore? Whose side is she on? Why didn’t Widmore find out Ben was working with Hawking, and intercede? Who is the good guy, is it Widmore or Linus – or neither? Here are my theories.