Friday, February 1, 2008
LOST Season 4 Premiere!
Warning: As stated in the title, this post is about the LOST Season 4 Premiere. So, if you haven't watched it yet, or you don't wish to hear about it, then...well, don't read this post.
As many of you know, the premiere for the 4th season of LOST was last night. And boy, was I excited! Along with family and friends, I was huddled around the TV in eager anticipation for what the writers of this addicting show were going to feed us next. And after an hour of new LOST footage, I'm anxiously awaiting next Thursday night.
As usual, there were quite a few questions that came up after watching the episode.
For you fellow LOST fans, let's discuss them here:
1. During the flash forwards, Hurley referred to himself as one of the "Oceanic 6". Who are the Oceanic 6? We know that Hurley, Kate, and Jack all got off the island (because they have all been in the flash forwards). And I believe that Sawyer is also off of the island, because in the last episode of Season 3 (in the flash forward), Kate says to Jack that she needs to get back to him. And then there is the person who was in the coffin in Season 3's finale. Perhaps Ben or Locke? My guess is Locke. And as for the sixth one, your guess is as good as mine. Who do you think are the "Oceanic 6"?
2. Charlie appears to Hurley in a flash forward, and Hurley freaks out. Charlie says that he is dead, but also here. What exactly does this mean? Do you remember how in last season, Naomi said that Oceanic Flight 815 was found on the bottom of the sea and that all the passengers were found dead? Well, perhaps all of the passengers are dead (because they died on that ocean floor), yet still here (because they were on the island). An alternate reality? It's a rather confusing idea in my head.
3. The eye that Hurley sees when he gets "lost" in the woods, and comes upon Jacob's house...whose eye is it? I'm thinking that it's Locke.
If anyone happened to watch the premiere of Eli Stone following LOST, then you may have seen the commercial for Oceanic Airlines that gave a little tid bit for LOST.
So, the plane is underwater...and "we can't trust them". (And check out www.flyoceanicair.com)
What are your thoughts on last night's episode, and LOST in general?