Friday, June 06, 2008


This week on LOST Unlocked Chris and Brian thoroughly unlock the season 4 finale, "There's No Place Like Home"... In the process they manage to cover a number of topics including Locke's coffin, Sawyer's heart of gold, and (for one final time) Keamy's intelligence.



2 Comments:

At 6/07/2008 3:56 PM, Blogger micser said...

Hey fellas,

I recently discovered your podcast and I really like what you're doing. Keep up the good-funny-interesting work.

Here's a couple "theory-analogies" to consider:

We have,
Christian Shepherd, who got to the Island in a coffin, then started popping up talking to people in the island. He gets to the point where he actually speaks in behalf of Jacob...

and now we have,
John Locke, who according to Ben, has to go back to the Island... in a coffin.

Then we have,
Ben Linus, who after turning the wheel and moving the Island, can't go back to it...

and,
Charles Widmore, who is bent on finding the Island; maybe, for some reason he can't go back either.... could it be that Widmore had to move the Island before? That line he tells Ben about taking what was his, could it be that he was to Ben what Ben is to Locke?

Another set of analogies (which still need a bit of thought) could be between:

Jack & Christian
With Christian being in a downward spiral of substance abuse before eventually making it to the Island, and his son Jack being on a similar situation... the circumstances are quite different, and I think it may only be a pattern that Jack is following out of guilt and "poetic justice"...

Charlotte & Aaron
Charlotte, who talked about wanting to go back to the place she was born, and Aaron, who may or may not have to come back with the rest of the O6, to the place he was born.... this analogy still doesn't take me anywhere but who knows.

Anyway, hope this hiatus flies by quickly and the best show on history comes back before we can say "That was a long comment dude"...

Micser.

 
At 6/17/2008 3:22 PM, Blogger Lostmommyof3 said...

There's the picture of Locke in the casket. I knew you'd use it! :)

 

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