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kingarthur - 2007-08-04

My theory is they're stuck on The Island from The Prisoner. That is my theory. Of course, I've never watched the show.

takewithfood - 2007-08-04

My theory is that after watching Chris Carter make a fortune off 9 years of ultimately meaningless X-Files metaplot that never really existed in the first place, JJ Abrams thought to himself "Well gosh, I could do that."

yoyo1 - 2007-08-04

My theory is that they are subjected to experiments of Dr Gero. This is a prequel to DragonBallZ. That is my theory.

Screwtape - 2007-08-04

My theory is that someone actually got 100 monkeys together and had them type on a 100 typewriters.

After getting the complete works of William Shakespeare, they had them type for another week.

TeenerTot - 2007-08-04

My theory is Abrams' assistant put a copies of Lord of the Flies, Fearless, and The China Syndrome through a paper shredder and assembled the sript from the shreds while blindfolded.

bopeton - 2007-08-04

This, like most TV show clips on here, makes me happy that I don't watch TV.

Michael Houser - 2007-08-04

They forgot to synchronize the part at about 15 seconds in where I change the channel.

Michael Houser - 2007-08-04

But really, I hope the guy on the show that played in those 'Stepfather' movies IS The Stepfather, and ultimately disappointed by the behavior of his island family, kills each and every one of them.

fluffy - 2007-08-05

Did... did they feel an earthquake on the plane?

The >: prompt on the screen completely sums up my feelings about this show.

Xiphias - 2007-08-06


Rodents of Unusual Size - 2007-08-05

I think the last episode is going to be Matthew Fox waking up with Bailey and Julia and telling them he had the weirdest dream ever. That is my theory.

Walker - 2007-08-05

I think the main story arc is pretty much going to wind up being exactly what it's being portrayed as... a weird geographical anomaly of an island where warring factions of government and corporation backed cult-like research groups have been fighting to control it, contain it, and ultimately benefit from it.

As for all the little stuff... Desmond's "flashes", The Monster, the mysterious healings, the whispers, the visions, etc... most of that will wind up going unexplained in the end, to leave it up to each viewer's own artistic interpretation. Which will piss off 90% of the TV-watching public, but keep that hardcore 10% uber-fan faction addicted for years as they continue to study the relationships between the themes of the show and other works of literature, philosophy and pop culture.

takewithfood - 2007-08-13

Sounds about right.

afp3683 - 2008-07-03

I normally don't get into the theorizing and other stuff, but this has been the best explanation to the series so far-

http://theoriesonlost.blogspot.com/2007/05/great-gedanken-expe riment-tale-of-time.html

Which makes for a solid central plot, though it still doesn't explain the other things, like the cloud monster or whatever else.

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