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The Black Album…

So I said I was done with the theories, and its a little premature for a comeback…but I wanted to throw one more in…mostly because I forgot to add it into my ‘last’ theory…
Ill make it short, sweet, and to the point…something I have had trouble doing in the past…

Ok…so several times I have said that I think the island could very well be from the future, and possibly the last piece of land on earth…the off island timelines are just ways for Jacob/MIB to go anywhere/time they want using the time travel properties of the island to pluck out the variables, or Losties, to get what they want. I wanted to add one last thought to that…

Tunisia…

I always had this crazy thought…

What if…the island is actually located in Tunisia…
Not right this second, but it WAS Tunisia, and that is where the “machine” was originally built.

When doomsday arose, the land that is now the island contained something along the lines of the CERN project tunnels (hence the octagon shout out), and had its own large underground tunnel that acted in a similar manner.

When the wheel was turned, or however it was first moved, the land separated from Tunisia…and flashed to the other side of the world…where the island is today…
All of the tropical elements are simply attributed to either the islands prolonged stay in the South Pacific…or even maybe a way for the scientists to create a different climate all together in the middle of the desert (hence the polar bears and references to the artic)…eventually having an incident of their own, becoming LOST in time and space…

So when Ben and Locke turn the wheel…they actually flash to Tunisia because it is where the island would actually be in 2004/2007…

The island isnt just an island…its the last REAL thing containing life on the planet…and through what is left, they can make miracles happen, and change what has occurred to cause the catastrophe to begin with…

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48 thoughts on “The Black Album…

  1. Even after tonight’s episode, this could still play out.

    Notice how the writers didn’t give us a timeframe of when the happenings on the island were taking place? Not even a slight clue….

    Claudia(?) might have come from some time in the 1800’s, but when she crossed into the island’s bubble, it could’ve been 2150 A.D. for all we know. I’m sure Daniel’s experiment in season 4 still has significance in the rand scheme.

    Notice how “the woman” knew ahead of time what languages Claudia spoke? I’m wondering if she brought Claudia to the island for the sole purpose of having Jacob and BIB (brother in black) on the island, knowing one of them were to be the next “candidate”. Still brainstorming a bit. There was a lot to take in after tonight. Good stuff.

    Sorry, anyway, great idea.

  2. The english is still a bit too modern for it to be 18whatever…maybe Im nitpicking…maybe…

    It seems plausible…

    What a great episode, and one thing we can safely say that none of us ever have to hear again is an Aaron is MIB theory…

    So…why does Flocke think Desmond might know who he is?

  3. I thought the same thing about the english being more modern than 1860. I just didn’t want to have to get into the fact that they’d have to move the island back in time in order to bring Richard to the island. See how long it took to type all that? I’m kiddin.

    No idea on Desmond though. Still a lot to learn.

    And yeah, great episode.

  4. also, why does the Island move when the donkey wheel is turned around the light? it displaces time/space through a water/light contraption?? who are these stone age scientists? I love the MIB comments, I’m Special! such a shout out to Locke..I’m convinced now it will end with Jack and Locke on the beach…and what is this “end” they know about…so many more questions..maybe there is no end they are trying to avoid, maybe just living on an island your whole life makes you philosophical like a hawaiian surfer guy..

  5. Good episode, but way too many things only half explained. The Frozen donkey wheel….it was Smokey;s idea, but who actually does it? As a smoke monster did he go down in someone’s form and finish it? And why is it frozen when they go to use it? It looks to be the same climate as the island when Smokey and Fmom (yes thats a fake mom joke) go down there and we see it for the first time.

    I was REALLY hoping that this episode showed more of the story between the two. When does Jacob realize that his brother isnt dead and gone totally? Why does Jacob get the idea that man isnt bad? Where did he get the idea from? Why was Smokey “special” and Jacob wasnt? Why could he see dead people?

    And one of the biggest ones I noticed that im sure we will never find out about is why was FDW shown to be right on a pocket of EM energy, when now Smokey can pull rock out of there and show it to be the white light “source” stuff that his mother is protecting? The source is magnetic I guess? When the Dharma guy tried to drill into he died, and if they had gone any farther in they think they would have made the whole place go boom.

    And the “home” Smokey wants to go back to is…….anywhere out there!?>!?! (points across the water) WTF? I dont know, that really seems like they made a really mysterious phrase earlier in the season, and then didnt deliver at all.

    And Fmom apparantly has seen tons of people just wander to the island without her bringing them there, so how was it Jacob was able to keep the island shrouded and unaccessable?

    Too many question for me still, and I know they dont have time to go back and address anything further.

  6. I believe the English was just for practical purpose. Because an entire episode of Latin would’ve been a bit hard for the actors I guess..

    If that would be true..and their motherlanguage was Latin, the events of the episode could’ve been in the Roman era, between 1 and 1000 AD?

  7. wow this just kinda blew my mind aes! never ever crossed my mind before! the island being the last piece of land on earth, like everything else was destroyed through time. kinda like how pangea broke into continents a long time ago, the island which used to be the land in the middle of Tunisia broke off, eventually everything else drowned or whatever, due to earthquakes and such disasters, and the only thing that remained was the island. kinda like a reverse Atlantis! i love love love it! “there is nothing else out there”- island mom. maybe shes right!

    also loving that they are “LOST” in time and space!

    the only thing that kinda doesnt work from what you said, is the island breaking off from tunisia due to the turning of the wheel. we see mib building the donkey wheel while the island is ummmm well already an island. so the wheel turning separating it from the desert doesnt really work in my opinion. i’m ganna say the island broke off naturally as part of the shifting of earths plates and what not. but if you were to bring it back in time to where that land wouldve been in 2004 it would be in tunisia.

    also just had an idea: what if the island is just a mirage in the desert?

  8. oh and the english, i think they just did it so it’s easy for the viewers to understand, i dont think we should use it as a way of placing them in a time period. (it really bothers me when they do this btw!)

  9. Good thoughts re. Tunisia, interesting!

    In regards to the 1800’s/english conversation, how about the fact that when Jack came across the skeletons (Season 1) he estimated that they died around 50-60 years ago based on their deterioration of their clothing? Does that add to more confusion-ness? :s

  10. hasben:that’s exactly what i was thinking. Chief made a comment recently about how jacob appears not to age because he’s just time traveling and with the theory the AES is posting maybe the writers will go that route.

  11. I havent had time to read the comments so sorry if someone has pointed these out or if they were answered.

    We know MIB was born on the island, so where is home for him? If he’s never been ‘across the sea’ where does he plan on going?

    Also, what is the bright light we see behind the FDW. I would have quite gladly accepted it being the light Jacob has to protect but he went and put that out..

    Ohh and to add to your ‘future island’ idea, Jack says Adam and Eve appear to have been dead for about 50 years judging by their clothes.. and im sure i read somewhere that it takes under 100 years for a body to decompose..

    OH! and i have to point out that in S1 when Jack and Kate found them, they were in separate caves and in this ep Jacob puts them next to eachother.. but im just nit picking now 😉

  12. I really like this AES. It’s something I can accept.

    Like everyone else I have so many questions after last nights episode. But the one thing that sood out to me is when mommy dearest told Claudia that another question would only lead to more questions. Sort of sums up Lost quite nicely.

  13. I never thought of what Jack said about the deterioration of the clothing…

    There’s either more to it, or it’s a continuity error; I’ll go for the second, lol

  14. Well, as for the english, I though for sure it was for practical reasons – Latin is the language they speak, we just hear it as english.

    Now, I’m guessing “Mom” actually brought Claudia to the Island – she wanted/needed a baby(someone to take her place)and she believed that to be unborn Jacob.

    However, Claudia had twins(adn I was wondering why she was still so big even after delivering her baby – just thought it poorly done – but cudos, there was indeed another baby!)

    Now, I think we all suspected right away there was a chance Claudia wouldn’t make it alive – but I knew for sure, by the look on Moms face when Claudia asked to see Jacob – however Nemesis is on the way.

    This is where it gets interesting in my opinion – Claudia didn’t know she was having twins(understandibly)but neither did super-Mom!

    When the boys where a bit older I think most of us expected Nemesis to be shown torturing animals or something – but he seems kind, smart – and! the Favorite.. Because he’s special.

    I think he has this in-common with Desmond.
    They’re Variables, special.
    Claudia points out to say – “I only thought of one name..” Because Nemesis wasn’t supposed to be – he’s an anomoly – “Mom” knows – she was expecting Jacob, but got two boys instead.

    And if he indeed share things with Desmond, that could explain who Nemesis would “Survive” the properties of the Island.

  15. i was thinking that if MIB and his ” mother” could live forever, maybe it would take them just as long to decompose? although i’m not sure about how FMOM would be able to live forever. so it’s either that, or they are made of plastic 🙂

    but i suppose, it still wouldn’t show why their clothes hadn’t decomposed. hmmm

  16. The whole Jack and Locke on the beach is from Jensons article in EW…I cant say I wouldnt be pissed to see it happen, only because I wont be able to help but cry “spoiler” alert on it…
    But I do think its just going to be a theory proven wrong…hope at least…

  17. The whole line about questions leading to more questions was less to tell us that everything wont be answered, and more to tell us to shut up and enjoy what they gave us…which I agree with…

    Honestly, as long as the story ends original and even the slightest bit interesting…Ill be satisfied.
    Im less annoyed with them not answering as I am with people asking…

  18. Was it latin?

    I have to watch again, I didnt think it was…actually, it was fairly unfamiliar to me…

    hmm…can we get a confromation on the language from somewhere?

  19. OWL…in my theory before the season, I mentioned about the island being the last thing in existence in REAL time…all other timeperiods are simply entered through the islands properties…just a theory…

    I added this because although it seems to make sense, it can seem just as silly too…but what the hell…throwing everything I got right now…

  20. The english actually adds to my thought that the island is the last of the world, and that they are trying to create a “new world” (as put in Ab Aterno) in effort to PREVENT the end from coming…hence changing the past, changing the Valenzetti equation…or simply the losties acting as metaphorical variables, CHANGED to change the fate of the world…
    plus what ever the hell the light has to do with anything…again, an obvious metaphor, and will play a role in the story…

    Stay on your toes for the “light” to not mean “good”…

  21. hasben…I dont know what it is about you…
    When you say things…I listen…must be the gravatar, lol…I like adding confusion…

    Take your comment about the problem in the time of the deterioration of clothes, and Lockes comment…

    And think about the fact that they aged growing up…they HAD to have timetraveled at some point, no?

    Or does this episode just show when immortality set for both of them?

    Confusion indeed…nice job…
    ;]

  22. xmas…just saw your comment…

    good call by chief…I forgot he said that last night righ after I posted this…

    Did she say something to the nature of the people had always been on the other side of the island…or was that just ruse to hide that they were from across the sea…nevermind…I just answered that…

    after reading Chiefs comment again, he is spot on with what Im thinking…

  23. 45, and anyone else on where MIB plans on going…

    This is the way I see it…

    MIB and Jacob were stuck on the island for a very long time, with nothing to do and nowhere to go…

    Put yourself in their positions…would you REALLY want to stay…or would you want to take a chance…?

    As a young boy, I know I would have been thinking the same thing as MIB…BORED!!!
    …especially after seeing a ghost claiming to be my mother who takes me to a bunch of people who say they are from across the sea…

    Honestly, as a human…and a man…Im going to do EVERYTHING I can to leave…and I really dont care where it goes…

    Why Jacob wants to stay…chooses to stay…I have no idea…maybe he was the special one all the time.
    He puts a lot of faith in a woman who lied to him for a very long time…but if there is nothing across the sea that is real, because the island is from the future…than it would make sens that she would not want him to leave…and that she would not want anyone else to come.

    If its all thats left…it makes “Come, fight, destroy, and corrupt” a lot more sense…

    If the island is all thats left…she is trying to protect IT from men who will cause the END to occur, by destroying the world becoming greedy with power…

    Does that make any sense?

  24. Angie…I agree with all of your comments, but have to question my own thoughts on one…

    Which is MIB being special.
    I know he sees the dead…but in the end…its Jacob who chooses to stay above evrything…why?

    I know the dead lead MIB away, but MOM flat out tells Jacob she killed his mother…after lying to him.
    She only told because she got caught…I hope Jacob does not turn out this gullible in the end…

    Good comment Angie…

  25. helen…most logical thing ive heard all day…plastic…
    seriously…nothing really makes sense right now, lol…but somehow its all still coming together nicely…

  26. Oh…2 more things…

    #1) When MIB killed her…I swear I thought I heard her say “thank you”…maybe he sent her home(FSW)?

    The second may be a bit trickier…

    #2) Ok…I get that Claudia doesnt know she is pregnant with twins…there are no sonograms in that time…so….

    HOW DID SHE KNOW IT WOULD BE A BOY?!?!?!

    She had the name Jacob all ready to go, yet was surprised by MIB…did light and dark get split upon entering the island?

    sooo…wtf is going on

    This…I have no theory for…

  27. Quick update on the “language”…

    I tried to use Lostpedia to reference the object from the beach that Chief describes in his recent post…

    I didnt find that, but I saw they compared “Across the Sea” to “Solitary”, because both episodes begin with people speaking one language (Sayid and Nadia), and turns to English in an almost un-noticable fashion…seemingly on purpose for our viewing pleasure…

    I cant say I appreciate if that is what is happening on this episode…

  28. Yeah, that’s kind of stupid if that’s the case. There’s a weird sound (by the sound editor) just before they start speaking English. It’s as if that’s our que that they are switching it to English for our viewing pleasure.

  29. A.E.S. – you’re quite right about the “Thank you..” “Mom” said while dying, and I reacted to it also.. I think she’s been wanting to get “free” a “looong” time(whatever that means on Lost these days) She brought Claudia(both of them)expecting Jacob.. But as Nemesis/Adam(apt name, right..?)came along, as a variable/wildcard she did not expect – and that’s why he ended up the favorite..

    WHile dying, she knew she was finally free and thus said – “Thank you..”
    If you ask me, she even looked serene, at peace truly..

    So I think there’s a lot behind that “Thank you..” I mean, dammit, who the Hell was she anyway…?

  30. A.E.S.

    Cool theory, as always… it would really be something if it comes true, though I find it a bit far-fecthed – then again, what isn’t in LOST? So thanks for all your ideas, I personally enjoy each and everyone of your posts…

    …oh, and by the way – love the post title!!

    About the language spoken at the beginning of the episode: it most definitely is Latin. Poor latin, if you ask me:

    When asked what name she goes by, Claudia answers:

    “Mihi nomine est Claudia”

    which literally translates to:

    “Me name is Claudia”

    ….I seriously think that they can pay for better translators?!?!?!?!

    Anyway, their native tongue is Latin, no doubt about it. The switch is, in my opinion, necessary – otherwise, the whole episode would have been in Latin! How the change-over was done, debatable – but it had to be done….

    I guess now we know why Jacob had such a thing on Latin – it was his native tongue!!!!

  31. Chief I saw it…and I think I saw it the first time and ignored it…what is it…now its driving me nuts…and whats that thing laying by Jacks head in the pilot? Dammit see what you did…

    Angie, with all the talk of the mother possibly being the monster, do you think its possible that she passed it on to MIB when he killed her, and Jacob finished the task…?

    Its nuts, but more plausible to me than the MIB not being the monster, and imitating both MIB and his mother after their deaths.
    But still makes sense that BOTH of them could have actually been the monster…explaining the destruction in MIBs camp.

  32. fresnele…far-fetched is my middle name here…well…actually Enheduanna is my middle name here…but you get the point.

    I think with Lost we are supposed to go after the far-fetched stuff on purpose, so when mysterious, indigenous, super strength, others turn out to be a bunch of people hiding, afraid of the monster in the jungle…you dont expect an island to have a wheel that makes it disappear…actually sending it backwards in time…or to another universe…what ever you prefer…not really being specific on this one.

    As for the post title…what more can I say…?

    Are you really familiar with Latin, or looking it up online?
    If you know what you are talking about, out of curiosity…what exactly does the latin used for “What lies in the shadow if the statue”, and the answer translate to?
    Ive been wondering because I know there has been some variation on the answer.

  33. At first I thought that the mom had to be the smoke monster. But now I’m starting to think that what was said before about the monster having already existed might be the truth of it. What happens when you try to physically kill Flocke? He kinda just shrugs it off. Sayid put the knife in him and it does nothing to him. (and no, I dont buy the “he was able to speak so Sayid first, so Sayid couldnt kill him” mumbo jumbo) When the Ajira guardians came into the temple and started shooting Flocke, what happened? Nada. So if Fmom was smokey, why could she be killed with a knife. Yes I know it was the same knife shown earlier in the series. I’m not totally sure about it, but I dont think she could be the protector and the smoke monster at the same time. I just dont think she would tell Jacob, “Now we are the same” if she was some kind of undead monster. On the other hand, what great of a story would it make if there was already a smoke monster on the island, and he played the fake family against each other to serve his means.

    And if you think about it, it would totally explain why we dont hear Smokey’s name during conversations with Jacob earlier in the season and during the Incident episode. If Smokey and Jacob’s brother werent the same entity, give both of their names would reveal that fact. And with Jacob’s brothers dead body on the island, Smokey could take his form as an extra jab in the ribs every time he visits Jacob. (haha I killed your brother kinda thing)

    I think it would be equally interesting if Jacob’s brother WAS the smoke monster, but it would make sense the way I explained also.

  34. Ive been copy and pasting this rebuttal trying to get different answers on it, so if you see it again, dont worry about answering…and Im not doing it to be a dick…I really am looking for answers…

    So…why the charades with Richard?

    Why tell Kate about his crazy mother, or especially mess with jacob with the rocks.

    Its so obvious that MIb becomes annoyed when handed the white stone by Richard…they are brother playing a game, which is why MIB/Locke is smug when entering the cave and throws out the white stone from the scale into the ocean…

    It just wouldnt make sense to throw the stone if he was the monster…

  35. Like I said, Im not totally buying the idea myself, but there is an explaination.

    When taking the form of John Locke, we saw him use phrases that Locke did when he was alive.
    Almost like he was becoming like the person he was imitating in a way. Maybe he was posing as Jacob’s brother for so long that was started taking on the same characteristics?

    Just saying, its not out of the realm of possibility. If Smokey was just Jacob’s dead brother still trying to get off the island, why make the show all about how 1000% evil he was, and about him being the end of the world if he escapes? But if Noname’s body floating down there released the darkness that was supposed to be down there along side of the Light….that would much better explain why the situation is so drastic.

    Then again Noname could have very well become one with that darkness……like I said, it can go either way and I’d be fine with it.

  36. A.E.S.

    Yes, I am familiar with Latin because I studied it at high school in Spain for 4 years – however, this was more than 20 years ago and I haven’t practiced since, so right now it’s very, very sketchy…. I can, however, recognise it when it’s spoken, so that’s why I’m sure it was Latin in the last episode. That, and the fact that it fits in with all the Latin occurrences in LOST – most specifically, the question about the shadow of the statue which you make reference to.

    As for your question about the translation, I don’t think I could come up with a better one that has already been given by people with more knowledge of Latin than me.

    The answer in Latin is:
    “Ille qui nos omnes servabit”
    ille = he
    qui = who
    nos = us
    omnes = all (plural)
    servabit = third person of the imperfect future of the verb “servo, -are”, which means “to watch over, keep, protect, observe, save, reserve”

    So if you put it all together, the phrase is:

    Ille qui nos omnes servabit
    He who will save us all

    (I used save but could use any of the other meanings instead)

  37. Greatforsaken…the problem with that is that he is in Lockes form when he throws the stone into the water…

    This would mean that not only does he get the characteristics of a person he imitates, but keeps the traits through even his next imitation…its just too crazy for me…

    And seriously…for me to say something is too crazy…?

    Its not out of the realm of possibility, but it just doesnt seem likely.
    The stones are valuable only to the brothers, because this is their game…

    Jacob is playing clue, trying to give hints to get people to discover things on their own…

    While MIB is off in his own little RPG, doing EXACTLY what Mom said people did when they achieved the power of the light…fights, destroys, and corrupts…abusing the power given to him to fullfill his desires…

  38. Thanks for the Latin lesson fresenele…

    I thought thats what it was…I just wanted to be clear that it wasnt something that just spread.

    I looked it up and found the same thing, but I know many languages are different when observed as individual words, compared to full sentences.

  39. No probs A.E.S.! Always a pleasure to be of help…

    Here’s one thought on the whole “is MIB Smokey or is Smokey MIB or is MIB Smokey Mon-Fri and Smokey takes over for the weekend” debate……

    The Smokey we’ve come to see throughout the whole series comes out of the Light Source at precisely the same time as MIB is thrown in there by Jacob. Actually, I think it would be safe to say that Smokey being “born” from the Light Source is a DIRECT reaction to MIB being tossed into it. So, quite frankly and if you think about it objectively, you can only conclude that MIB’s (and only HIS) essence is inside Smokey at that point. His body is dead, but he is inside Smokey. Just like “the body is lost but not the man”…

    Therefore, MIB will ALWAYS be inside Smokey, no matter which form he takes on – LOCKE, CHRISTIAN, YEMI….. His thoughts, his past, his goals, eerything about MIB is always inside Smokey. It is his very nature!!!

    Think about this: when Ben enters the foot of the statue with Flocke/Smokey, Jacob recognises him as MIB straight away. No doubt. No deceit. He can see through the Flocke disguise. He knows it’s him. Een though he knows who the real Locke is, he knows his brother is in there. And he knows his purpose…

    MIB is trapped inside Smokey, they are one and the same. It’s what Mother talked about: he’s not “dead”, he’s “much worse than dead”… he’s doomed to roam the island forever as a Smoke Monster and commune with the island’s dead people… He’s not dead – he IS death itself….

  40. So does anyone actually believe this is possible…?
    The island being part of a larger land mass at one point, and travelling through time/space, ending up an island?

    Im just wondering because I thought of a crazy idea to finish it off…

  41. I think it’s plausible. We’ve already seen the Island move without causing any geological disturbances. That has always been an issue with me. This actually would explain it.

  42. So heres my thought then…

    What if home, isnt leaving the island…its MOVING the island back to its rightful spot…attached to land…

    IF it is possible that the original theory here is true, and the island used to be part of a greater land mass…be it Tunisia or somewhere else…

    Could turning the wheel actually put the island BACK into it original time and place…connecting it to a larger body, and removing it from the category of “island”…

    Maybe this does not occur until the wheel goes “full circle”…

    This could explain not only why MIB was building the wheel chamber, but why he may have posed as Christian and wanted LOCKE to move the island.

    Maybe taking Lockes form was NOT the original plan…but a necessary back up in case this happened.

    I really think this would be a unique ending, and a unique explanation of ‘home’ for MIB.

    He knows he is from “Across the Sea”…and if he isnt allowed to move the island, he will just take it “across the sea” with him…

  43. I like the out of the box thinking of this. It would explain why moving the Island is something to be avoided. Also could you imagine the reaction of the planet if a tropical island suddenly showed up in the dessert?

  44. When you look at what we know about what the island is capable of, this theory is extremely plausable.

    Obviously, when we saw the island dissappear, it was travelling through time. That, in and of itself, is huge, and I have no doubt that it’s going to come into play again before the very end. It just has to.

    The specifics could go either way. The island could be the very beginning of life on the planet, or it could be the final chance for life in the future, as the only land mass to continue humanity. That would mean that the foster mother was actually telling the truth, which I kind of dislike, but I’ll accept it for now.

    I see no reason NOT to believe that the island could simply be what remains of Tunisia in the far future. Why else would there be a connection at that particular point on the globe? We know that Widmore knows what’s up. He’s set up cameras to keep a close eye on the entrance point. God, if we only knew what he knows…..

    Anyway, we’re going to get an epic ending, there’s no other way around it. Once we find out what the island actually is, we’re going to flip. I’d say the island originating from the future is about as solid as anything could be right now.

    I still believe there’s a good reason we weren’t given a date or timeframe in “Across The Sea”. It’s very likely the island hasn’t moved through time prior to that episode though. The wheel wasn’t built yet. The light’s power wasn’t harnessed in that fashion.

    It could easily come down to one of two things: Do you believe “Across the Sea” took place in the distant past? If so, the island COULD be the beginning of life on the planet. The light could be a meteor that started human life on Earth (or a meteor that brought evil or death, whatever the case, it brought the first of SOMETHING).

    Or do you believe “Across the Sea” took place in the future? Whereas the Tunisia theory could very easily be true.

    I’m trying to simplify this. In regards to where smokie comes from, what it truly is, and what smokie’s true intentions are, are obviously still up in the air. When you look at the “unsolved mysteries” that we still have at this point, you know damn well they’re all related, which is a good thing. That means that when we get one or two major answers, everything will start falling in place.

    One finale I don’t want to see: The entire meaning of this show revolve around some stupid game that Jacob and MIB were playing against each other all along. That would piss me right the f()ck off, and everyone else along with it.

    All I ask is that we aren’t completely in the dark when it ends. Reviewers all around the globe are already getting a little fed up with the amount of questions that keep piling up with every passing episode. If the writers care about their reputations at all, we’re going to get an epic and fulfilling ending, and Tunisia might very well be a part of it.

    Wow can I ramble when I’m hungover.

  45. Good point Achalli, not to mention the butterfly effect that would cause on a global climate scale…

    Chief…Glad you like this.
    The more I think about it, the more sense it makes. Great points about the ultimate point of even allowing the island to move on the show.

    Im prepared for everything to be a game…but as long as its “real” too, if you know what I mean, I could live with it.

    I dont want the island to be a gameboard, and win, lose, or draw everyone gets a happy ending…via FSW…

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