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Re: Destination Lost 2.0
« Reply #50 on: February 24, 2007, 01:03:45 AM »
^^^I know that but one or 2 answers isn't going to kill them.
“The boat dipped and swayed and sometimes took on water, but it did not sink; the two brothers had waterproofed it well. I do not know where it finally fetched up, if it ever did; perhaps it reached the sea and sails there forever, like a magic boat in a fairytale. All I know is that it was still afloat and still running on the breast of the flood when it passed the incorporated town limits of Derry, Maine, and there it passes out of this tale forever.” ― Stephen King, It"
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Re: Destination Lost 2.0
« Reply #51 on: February 24, 2007, 01:21:01 AM »
They have given more than one or two answers.

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« Reply #52 on: February 24, 2007, 09:36:11 AM »
They have given more than one or two answers.

I should have been more clear.  I was refering to the Dharma stuff as opposed to anything regaurding the Others.
“The boat dipped and swayed and sometimes took on water, but it did not sink; the two brothers had waterproofed it well. I do not know where it finally fetched up, if it ever did; perhaps it reached the sea and sails there forever, like a magic boat in a fairytale. All I know is that it was still afloat and still running on the breast of the flood when it passed the incorporated town limits of Derry, Maine, and there it passes out of this tale forever.” ― Stephen King, It"
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Re: Destination Lost 2.0
« Reply #53 on: February 25, 2007, 11:03:13 AM »
Dharma is a manufacturer of Dharma Brand Cheese Puffs™ (seen in episode 2x21) who discovered that their secret Dharma Brand Cheese Puffs™ island manufacturing facility is actually the hub of the multiverse. Dharma had a diabolical plan to maximize profits in all the known universes by distributing Dharma Brand Cheese Puffs™ at a fraction of the cost of their competitor's cheese puffs, thus making it readily available to the hippies of the multiverse, who, attracted by the munchies, invaded our world. We know these universal hippies as "The Others."

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Re: Destination Lost 2.0
« Reply #54 on: February 25, 2007, 04:15:17 PM »
^^^But of course :D
“The boat dipped and swayed and sometimes took on water, but it did not sink; the two brothers had waterproofed it well. I do not know where it finally fetched up, if it ever did; perhaps it reached the sea and sails there forever, like a magic boat in a fairytale. All I know is that it was still afloat and still running on the breast of the flood when it passed the incorporated town limits of Derry, Maine, and there it passes out of this tale forever.” ― Stephen King, It"
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Re: Destination Lost 2.0
« Reply #55 on: March 01, 2007, 05:15:02 AM »
This was such a great episode. No secrets, no fighting, just some of the good ole' character interaction and humor that helps make this show so good.

I've really liked everything they've done so far since they've come back, and the show works so much better without the weeks or months long gaps between episodes.

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« Reply #56 on: March 01, 2007, 05:52:24 AM »
^^^Agreed on all counts a fun and enjoyable episode.  A bit more on Nikki and Paulo (Nikki being dragged by her short shorts :-*).  Hurley episodes are always fun and this is no exception.  Its always great to see Cheech Marin and I liked how they played him in this episode.  Does anyone else think that Hurley's mother told his father to leave?  And the reuinion scene was cool to.  Is it just me or did Sawyer seem a little warmer this time around. 

-It would seem as though the Dharma guys were trying to build a road on the island.  Perhaps to connect the various stations?
“The boat dipped and swayed and sometimes took on water, but it did not sink; the two brothers had waterproofed it well. I do not know where it finally fetched up, if it ever did; perhaps it reached the sea and sails there forever, like a magic boat in a fairytale. All I know is that it was still afloat and still running on the breast of the flood when it passed the incorporated town limits of Derry, Maine, and there it passes out of this tale forever.” ― Stephen King, It"
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Re: Destination Lost 2.0
« Reply #57 on: March 01, 2007, 06:00:57 AM »
They showed the road on the map inside the Hatch when the security lockdown was activated last season.

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« Reply #58 on: March 01, 2007, 06:22:07 AM »
^^^Really? Damn I missed it.
“The boat dipped and swayed and sometimes took on water, but it did not sink; the two brothers had waterproofed it well. I do not know where it finally fetched up, if it ever did; perhaps it reached the sea and sails there forever, like a magic boat in a fairytale. All I know is that it was still afloat and still running on the breast of the flood when it passed the incorporated town limits of Derry, Maine, and there it passes out of this tale forever.” ― Stephen King, It"
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Re: Destination Lost 2.0
« Reply #59 on: March 02, 2007, 01:30:17 AM »
A high res and much more easy to read version of the map has been published.

http://www.lostpedia.com/wiki/Image:3x10-van-map-invert.jpg

The Dharma station shown has a different layout than the Swan (The Flame perhaps?).
“The boat dipped and swayed and sometimes took on water, but it did not sink; the two brothers had waterproofed it well. I do not know where it finally fetched up, if it ever did; perhaps it reached the sea and sails there forever, like a magic boat in a fairytale. All I know is that it was still afloat and still running on the breast of the flood when it passed the incorporated town limits of Derry, Maine, and there it passes out of this tale forever.” ― Stephen King, It"
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Re: Destination Lost 2.0
« Reply #60 on: March 02, 2007, 03:25:03 AM »
^^^ Yeah, they're going to follow the road and find One-Eyed Willie there.

Thanks for posting the map.

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« Reply #61 on: March 02, 2007, 03:29:50 AM »
^^^ Yeah, they're going to follow the road and find One-Eyed Willie there.

Thanks for posting the map.

They can use his boobytrapped ship to escape!

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« Reply #62 on: March 02, 2007, 04:19:06 AM »
^^^ Yeah, they're going to follow the road and find One-Eyed Willie there.

Thanks for posting the map.

No problem those were my thoughts as well.  Though if you recall the previews the new station seems to have an above ground building that "the swan" lacked.
“The boat dipped and swayed and sometimes took on water, but it did not sink; the two brothers had waterproofed it well. I do not know where it finally fetched up, if it ever did; perhaps it reached the sea and sails there forever, like a magic boat in a fairytale. All I know is that it was still afloat and still running on the breast of the flood when it passed the incorporated town limits of Derry, Maine, and there it passes out of this tale forever.” ― Stephen King, It"
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Re: Destination Lost 2.0
« Reply #63 on: March 08, 2007, 01:26:34 AM »
Sayid should have shot the hell out of Locke. That dude is downright worthless.

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« Reply #64 on: March 08, 2007, 01:33:20 AM »
Well that just shot to hell my theory that the Others are Dharma people >:(.  Okay well the Dharma station on the map was definetly not "The Flame".

It was nice to see a Sayid episode again as he's been getting the shaft this season.  And Sawyer not being allowed to use nicknames Ouch  ;D.   
“The boat dipped and swayed and sometimes took on water, but it did not sink; the two brothers had waterproofed it well. I do not know where it finally fetched up, if it ever did; perhaps it reached the sea and sails there forever, like a magic boat in a fairytale. All I know is that it was still afloat and still running on the breast of the flood when it passed the incorporated town limits of Derry, Maine, and there it passes out of this tale forever.” ― Stephen King, It"
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Re: Destination Lost 2.0
« Reply #65 on: March 08, 2007, 01:34:45 AM »
Well that just shot to hell my theory that the Others are Dharma people >:(.  Okay well the Dharma station on the map was definetly not "The Flame".

It was nice to see a Sayid episode again as he's been getting the shaft this season.  And Sawyer not being allowed to use nicknames Ouch  ;D.   

Yeah, what an original theory there, buddy. I mean it's not like that was what the show was leading us to believe for the past 2 seasons or anything...  :P

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« Reply #66 on: March 08, 2007, 01:36:19 AM »
Well that just shot to hell my theory that the Others are Dharma people >:(.  Okay well the Dharma station on the map was definetly not "The Flame".

It was nice to see a Sayid episode again as he's been getting the shaft this season.  And Sawyer not being allowed to use nicknames Ouch  ;D.   

Yeah, what an original theory there, buddy. I mean it's not like that was what the show was leading us to believe for the past 2 seasons or anything...  :P

Yes thank you, I love you too Flagg  :-*.   

Though I was really convinced that the Others must have been something along the lines of fanatics within the Dharma initiative.  Maybe a few of the Dharma folk joined up with the Others?  I dont know its just loose thoughts right now.
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“The boat dipped and swayed and sometimes took on water, but it did not sink; the two brothers had waterproofed it well. I do not know where it finally fetched up, if it ever did; perhaps it reached the sea and sails there forever, like a magic boat in a fairytale. All I know is that it was still afloat and still running on the breast of the flood when it passed the incorporated town limits of Derry, Maine, and there it passes out of this tale forever.” ― Stephen King, It"
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Re: Destination Lost 2.0
« Reply #67 on: March 08, 2007, 01:55:09 AM »
A Translation of what Ms Klugh and The Wishmaster were saying...

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Klugh: Mikhail. Mikhail! You know what to do.
Mikhail: We still have another way [out].
Klugh: We cannot risk. You know the conditions.
Mikhail: There is another way.
Klugh: They captured us. We will not give (or let, or betray) [unintelligible].
Klugh: You know what to do. It is an order.
Mikhail: We still have another way!
Klugh (in English): Just do it, Mikhail.
Mikhail: Forgive me. (shoots)

A Translation of what the russian manuscript
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.. lost in his land, and they must
... if necessary, through complete social
(break)
...
... pushed away Andrey (underlined, see first red note). Nadji was not
... resistance, however he was an excellent
... a cousin of influential
... one of the northwestern
... ...cialist helping
(break, paper scrolls down)
.. radicals of that time...
...believed that they held up the West...
...road to Allah, so he could erase infidels from the face of the Earth...
... Andrey thought, that the fall of Afghanistan will become an impulse ...
... of revolution
... came today", Nadji reported with a strong accent...
... Russian language.
... ICI (some Russian acronym) will be included in this. And you...
... Andrey ...
“The boat dipped and swayed and sometimes took on water, but it did not sink; the two brothers had waterproofed it well. I do not know where it finally fetched up, if it ever did; perhaps it reached the sea and sails there forever, like a magic boat in a fairytale. All I know is that it was still afloat and still running on the breast of the flood when it passed the incorporated town limits of Derry, Maine, and there it passes out of this tale forever.” ― Stephen King, It"
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Re: Destination Lost 2.0
« Reply #68 on: March 22, 2007, 12:32:06 AM »
What. The. Fuck.

So I have 3 theories on this.

1) The magic box can actually materialize people on the Island, or somehow draw them to it. Much like Ben needed Jack.

2) The Others captured Lockes dad weeks ago, and brought him to the Island.

3) Much like Jacks dad, the black horse, and Eko's brother, the smoke monster is taking the shape of Lockes dad.


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Re: Destination Lost 2.0
« Reply #69 on: March 22, 2007, 12:37:52 AM »
Maybe it's Pandora's Box.

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« Reply #70 on: March 22, 2007, 12:38:37 AM »
Maybe it's Pandora's Box.

And his wheelchair was the last to fall out?

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Re: Destination Lost 2.0
« Reply #71 on: March 28, 2007, 09:00:39 PM »
Buried alive.  Awesome.
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Re: Destination Lost 2.0
« Reply #72 on: March 28, 2007, 09:08:28 PM »
Best ending possible for two boring characters.

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« Reply #73 on: March 31, 2007, 11:32:28 AM »
Best ending possible for two boring characters.

I hated the buried alive thing from a creepy standpoint, but I agree with you that it was the best ending for them.  They were definitely boring.  And it was kind of cool to see a gothic plot element in a tropical setting.

Next week looks lame though, as I have no desire to see two chicks wrestle each other in the rain.  It looks as promising as the decontamination scenes from Enterprise.
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« Reply #74 on: April 01, 2007, 01:28:10 AM »
Lindlhoff said in an interview in Entertainment Weekly a couple months back that they understand that everyone hates them, but that when the audience sees what they have in store for Paulo and Nikki, that their characters will become "iconic." Hearing that, I was expecting them to become the "Adam & Eve" skeletons in the cave or something by somehow getting thrown back in time, but if this episode was his idea of making them iconic, it fell waaaaaaaaay short.

It was nice to see Arzt again though.

Plus, Lando was in it for about five seconds, so that's cool. I suddenly feel the urge to get some Colt .45 malt liquor. It works every time!