In February we learn ‘why is Hurley still fat?’ after 50 days on the island!
In an e-mail, co-creator/executive producer Damon Lindelof and executive producer Carlton Cuse gave this teasing reply:”Hurley’s inability to lose any significant weight, like many other things on the island, is shrouded in mystery. That mystery, however, will be definitively solved during February sweeps… well, as definitively as anything ever gets solved on ‘Lost,’ anyway.”
I didn’t see real spoilers in this theory but it certainly is thought provoking. The author substantiates his theory about the Lost island with information that can be confirmed through Google.
UPDATE: Apparently Digg picked up on this one and the server is temporarily down.
Wednesdays are Lost
Work is Lost to the children’s needs
Lost as a taxi service
Preschool, preschool, high school, STAR
Time Lost to the kids is precious
On Wednesdays I am in paradise, Lost
In the island of my mind, I am Lost
Lost in self-flagellation and meditation
I so look forward to Wednesdays
My favorite times have always been Lost times
I would not trade my Lost Wednesdays for anything
Best of all, Wednesdays end with Lost
“I can’t do this all on my own. No, I know, I’m no Superman!“
Some details I absolutely missed when the Jack, Locke and Sawyer encountered Zeke. Man I would have been pouring out questions if I were Jack! “Where is this island?” “Keep the island! How do we get off?” and so forth.
Is it me or did Zeke and Locke seem a little to familar to one another? Was Locke’s original encounter with the monster or with the others?
These are spoilers if you missed last night’s Lost episode. I thought I saw a single image in Eko’s encounter with the monster. Boy was I wrong! These are frame by frame grabs of the encounter. Is the monster somehow passing judgment?
I can’t get enough!