How come Sawyer is hot?

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Who is the hottest guy?

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I had heard that Jack’s character had been written to die in the first few episodes, but then the script was rewritten. Is this true?

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Ok, I’ve been thinking about this and I have come up with a theory that might explain a few things, and cheer up a few Charlie fans as I don’t think Charlie was ever meant to die.

The flashes that Desmond has been seeing with Charlie dieing, they were shown to him because he was supposed to save him.

I think that whoever is responsible for the flashes/fate (be it god or whoever etc.) knew that if Desmond saw flashes of Charlie dieing, that Desmond would save Charlie regardless.

Desmond thinks that Charlie is supposed to die, but I think Desmond is supposed to save him.

They’re near-death experiences that were supposed to happen so Desmond would save Charlie, therefore building up Charlies trust in Desmond.

That is why I believe that Charlie was supposed to swim to the looking glass all along, but someone somewhere had to make Charlie believe that this was his fate.

Would Charlie have been so quick to volunteer to swim down there had he not known about Desmonds flashes?; Had he not known that Desmond has saved his life four times previous?

And it’s fair to say that if Desmond hadn’t told him about this flash then Charlie wouldn’t have volunteered.

I believe that whatever Desmond saw, it wasn’t Charlie dieing. He saw that Charlie was needed down there, I’m not sure why – but we know that Desmond must’ve seen something.

I don’t believe he saw Charlie dieing. And I don’t believe he saw Claire and Aaron get rescued. I believe he made that up so that Charlie would do what he’s supposed to do – if Desmond told him what he’d really seen, either Charlie wouldn’t believe him, or he’d be too scared to go. Or maybe if he’d told him what would really happen it would effect these events.

I think that all the flashes and all the near-death experinces and saving of Charlies life, was all a part of a bigger plan to get Charlie down to the Looking Glass.

I don’t believe he was ever meant to die, and I believe now that Desmond won’t have anymore flashes (regarding Charlie anyway).

Desmond was set a task, whether he knows it or not, by some powerful force (God? or whatever’ etc.) and that task was to earn Charlies trust by saving his life, and eventually leading him down to the Looking Glass.

Charlie would never have volunteered for this task otherwise.

And if Charlie had died one of the previous four times, who would’ve gone to the Looking Glass in his place?

Charlie was supposed to go there all along.

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My original theory, ‘This was supposed to happen’, states that I think Desmond was always supposed to save Charlie, and that his task was to earn Charlies trust so that eventually Desmond would convince Charlie that his fate is to die at the Looking Glass.

After furthur thought, I have thought of new twist to put to this theory.

Ok, so’

Alot of people are saying that Desmonds latest flash mustn’t be true because we never actually saw what happened, but with the other flashes we did.

Actually, we never did see any of the other flashes Desmond had (apart from the one where Charlie gets an arrow in his neck)’ we never saw Charlie drowning after he saves Claire, we never see him get electrocuted, we never see him drown after getting that bird etc.

This leads me to a possibility that maybe Desmond never actually saw Charlie die in any of those flashes. It’s possible that Desmond just saw Claire drowning with no one coming to help her (which is why he helped her), it’s possible that he just saw the lightning hit the ground and he knew exactly where it would hit, and it’s possible that Desmond knew where the bird would be’

Could it be that Desmond never saw Charlie in any of these flashes, but somehow he knew about the Looking Glass and knew it was Charlies fate to go down there, so he lied to Charlie to earn his trust?

The only flash we saw of Charlie actually dieing was the one where he got an arrow in his neck’ and that only happened because Desmond pursuaded him to go on the ‘save penny’ mission.

If Desmond wanted to ‘save his life this time’, wouldn’t he have just told Charlie to stay at the beach?

I know I know, people think that Desmond needed it to happen the way it was supposed to’ BUT, I think that this time he asked Charlie to come so that he could save Charlies life physically, so that Charlie would believe that those previous times that Desmond had saved his life.

When actually, we don’t know if that’s true.

I still think that Charlie was supposed to go the Looking Glass all along, and I still think that Desmond was set a task (whether or not he knows about it) to get Charlie to the Looking Glass. Therefore lieing to him about saving his life was just a ploy to get him there.

Whether this theory is true, or my original – I still believe that Charlie is never meant to die.

I just thought I’d add a twist to my original theory ‘This was supposed to happen’. Let me know what you think πŸ™‚

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I’ve been thinking about Desmond and his flashes of Charlie dieing, and I remember now that those aren’t the only near-death experiences Charlie has had.

In the Pilot episode Charlie had TWO near-death experiences. One of them was on the plane when some heavy object came crashing towards him, with him moving out the way just in time. And the other was when the plane had crashed and everyone was panic-ing on the beach – and a huge part of the plane comes crashing down just behind Charlie.

And then there were the bees. If I remember correctly, Charlie says he’s allergic to bees? He got stung by a hell of a lot of them, yet he still survived.

And what about the time Ethan hung him by the neck to a tree? He was dead’ and was nearly given up hope on by Jack and Kate, until Jack decided to keep trying to revive him – which he did.

Then there was the hatch blowing up. He survived that (although everyone involved in that did).

Then there are all these flashes Desmond has been having of Charlie dieing. The lightning, the drowning saving Claire, the drowning getting the bird, the arrow in the neck’

and the final one being drowning after ‘flicking the switch’.

If you count them all, excluding the last one, that comes to 8 near-death experiences. I can’t remember if there are anymore than that, but 8 sure is a lot of times (and is also one of ‘the’ numbers).

The last one will be the 9th time (if it happens!). Maybe it has something to do with having 9 lives? Like a cat? Ok, that only just came to me while counting up the numbers, but maybe it has significance’

Maybe Charlie is just lucky and unlucky at the same time. Unlucky because he’s always nearly getting killed, but lucky because he survives it.

It just leaves me wondering though. The last two flashes of Desmonds, weren’t what they seemed. The one where Charlie gets an arrow in his neck’ Charlie only joined Desmond, Jin and Hurley because Desmond told him that Charlie was there. But what if Charlie was never really meant to be there, and that Desmond saw him in his flash because Desmond told Charlie he was there (Ok, that’s a bit too complicated’ I hope it makes sense).

I guess what I’m saying is that Charlie would never have been there if Desmond hadn’t told him he was there.

And it’s the same with the latest flash. Charlie only swam down there because Desmond told him he did – but what if he didn’t? What if Charlie never really went down there? And what if he was never supposed to go with Desmond on his ‘save penny’ mission.

Could Desmond be a manipulator of events? Does he see things the way they ought to be, or the way he manipulates them to be?

I’ve kind of gone of track here now, because I started with talking about Charlies near-death experiences.

Although Charlie has survived them all, it seems that he’s destined to die, and I think Desmond is going to cause it. (Although I’d prefer my original theory to be the case).

phew If you read all that, thank you πŸ™‚ I hope it makes sense.

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I was reading a theory earlier, I’m not sure which one it was (sorry), but in the comments someone mentioned when Juliet had a meeting with Richard before coming to the Island – he showed Juliet an x-ray of what appeared to be a 70-year-old woman, but Richard said it was in fact a 26-year-old woman.

So, we know Richard hasn’t aged a day since meeting Ben (if that was in fact Richard).

So what if the rest of The Others are like that too?

If the women aren’t ageing a day like Richard, then perhaps they’re still thought of as ’26-year-olds’ (and still look like ’26-year-olds’), but are actually 70-year-olds, and their bodies are ageing inside rather than outside?

What if in fact, the x-ray Juliette saw was really that of a 70-year-old?

It’s obvious the x-ray belonged to an Other on the Island, and that’s why Richard wanted Juliette to come to the Island to investigate.

But if all the ’26-year-olds’ are actually 70-year-olds, then that explains alot why most women die during pregnancy.

Maybe that’s why Claire was successful in having a healthy baby, and I believe that Sun won’t die either.

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I haven’t posted a theory on this site in a while, but that’s mainly because I can never think of anything good or interesting. I think now though, I have. I apologise if this has been posted on a similar level already. Feel free to let me know of any similar theories to this. πŸ™‚

I think the events that are happening with Desmond and his going from 2004-1996, are very similar to those in the film, The Butterfly Effect (one of my favourite films!).

I think that when Desmond went back to 1996 those events did actually already happen, but like Evan in The Butterfly Effect he’d suffer ‘blackouts’ at a certain point when he was coming back from the future.

So, the whole story of Desmond going to see Daniel in 1996, going to see Penny’s father, going to see Penny herself, all those events I think did happen anyway, it’s just that Desmond suffered ‘blackouts’ whilst these events happened.

Isn’t it true that Desmond got kicked out of the Army? Could it be because he’d suffered these ‘blackouts’ and couldn’t remember what had happened to him, therefore the Army saw him as unfit to carry out his duties?

It does also explain why Penny has been looking for Desmond for 3 years! (We already know Penny was looking for him before he went back to 1996).

And the reason Daniel may have forgotten his encounter with Desmond is because of all the radiation his head has been exposed to – it’s bound to have some sort of effect on him (i.e. forgetfulness!)

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As much as I’m against the whole ‘Time Travel’ theories going around (not because they’re not plausible in any way, just because I don’t want time travel to be a factor in Lost) – I have to say that there is a clue in the first season of Lost that could be viable to the ‘Time Travel Phenomenon’.

Well, actually, not ‘Time Travel’ as such, but re-living moments over and over again until you get them right (in a Ground Hog day kindof sense).

In one of the earlier episodes of Season One (episode 4 I think), Jack is speaking to Rose. They have a conversation about how they were sat near each other on the plane, and Jack mentions that his seat was 23A.

In the finale episodes, there is a flash back to Jack at the airport and he’s speaking with Ana Lucia at the bar, and they discuss their seat numbers. Jack looks at his ticket and he tells her he’s sat in 23B.

Ok, we know from the Pilot that Jack was originally sat in 23A, and when he moves out of his seat to, presumably go to the bathroom, the turbulance hits and he ends up sitting in 23C.

When they’re burning the bodies from the fuselage, Claire is reading out names of the people that died, and she mentions someone sat in 23C (I didn’t hear any name, so who knows what she was refering to).

Anyway, ignore that for a second.

So we know that Jacks seat was 23A in the Pilot. In the flash back of him talking to Ana Lucia, he tells her his seat is 23B.

Why?

Maybe they’re reliving the crash over and over again until they get the outcome right. Perhaps the Pilot was the original crash, and then the scene with Ana Lucia was perhaps them reliving the crash again – but something changed slightly in events for him to get seat 23B instead of 23A.

Or am I making a mountain out of a mole hill and this was just a simple mistake by the writers? It seems to big a mistake to make though, I mean, how hard would it have been to go back to the episode with Jack telling Rose he’s sat in 23A and make sure that’s what he tells Ana Lucia?

Could it be that the writers did it on purpose and that it’s supposed to be a huge clue as to what’s happening?

Could the flash forward in the Season 3 Finale just be one of the many outcomes that has happened because the Losties didn’t do the course of events correctly?

Could it be that I’m just completely mad? πŸ™‚

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Ok, I read this theory last night: http://lost-theories.com/theories/2008/aug/01/shape-macro-theories-come/

It was mentioned that Daniel Faraday was the voice heard in the new Orientation Video that’s come to light (at Comic Con) and that he was there with Peter Cheng 30 years ago. And I am inclined to believe that.

It was mentioned that Daniel Faraday was the voice heard in the new Orientation Video that’s come to light (at Comic Con) and that he was there with Peter Cheng 30 years ago. And I am inclined to believe that.

What if, when the Island dissapeared, Daniel and the rest of the boat went with the Island, but to the Island 30 years ago?

He met Peter Cheng there and told him where he’s come from and what’s happened to the Island in those 30 years. That’s how Peter Cheng new of the purge and who the president of the USA is.

What if Daniel recorded that message and put in a place where Charlotte or another Lostie would find it in the future? What if it’s a message to them to let them know that Daniel is now stuck 30 years in the past and they need to find a way to get him back?

And if they don’t find a way of getting him back from the past – could there be a much older Daniel on the Island somewhere? Could he have died in the purge’ or could he be Jacob?

Sorry if this has been mentioned before, but there’s alot of theories on here to go through. πŸ™‚

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