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2010-02-02 12:44:41 PM
... watching two hot naked chicks fool around?! (NSFW)

Holy sh*t, is that really Elizabeth Mitchell? It looks an awful lot like her.
 
2010-02-02 01:42:16 PM
ne2d: ... watching two hot naked chicks fool around?! (NSFW)

Holy sh*t, is that really Elizabeth Mitchell? It looks an awful lot like her.


With Angelina Jolie? Yes.
 
2010-02-02 01:56:16 PM
As long as you don't take your finger off the page you can change your mind so you won't die.
 
2010-02-02 02:04:16 PM
That's awesome haha. I particularly like Sayid's choices
 
2010-02-02 03:19:49 PM
repeat
 
2010-02-02 03:22:48 PM
ne2d: ... watching two hot naked chicks fool around?! (NSFW)

Holy sh*t, is that really Elizabeth Mitchell? It looks an awful lot like her.


Check out Gia. Lots of spankable material in that movie.
 
2010-02-02 03:27:32 PM
Never seen the show but last night my friend gave me his copy of the Lost game for xbox 360. Not sure if I want to waste time playing it. Any advice?
 
2010-02-02 03:33:01 PM
Oh, by the way, here's a tip for you: when this is over, go out and rent the movie "Gia." She's way naked in it, and makes out with another chick and everything. It's awesome. I stumbled across it late at night on HBO after I had just got back from hockey and I almost fainted. But I digest...
 
2010-02-02 03:38:16 PM
Faraday as Charles Manson is quite crazy.
 
2010-02-02 03:42:57 PM
farkingismybusiness: Never seen the show but last night my friend gave me his copy of the Lost game for xbox 360. Not sure if I want to waste time playing it. Any advice?

From everything I've heard, I wouldn't bother. And I say this as a huge Lost fan-girl.
 
2010-02-02 03:50:37 PM
i533.photobucket.com.
 
2010-02-02 03:51:14 PM
The flaw in the Lost Game is that even the TV show has no ending, so how can a game thats already out have an ending. From what I heard you play as the black guy and are looking for 'ma boy' the whole game
 
2010-02-02 04:00:08 PM
I choose to go home!
 
2010-02-02 04:06:02 PM
That was pretty enjoyable, I loved the island "simulator" you can run if you win.

A much better article than the similarly named Cracked link for today: Lost: Choose Your Own Adventure Flowchart
 
2010-02-02 04:16:53 PM
I'm looking forward to the final epsisodes. I won't watch them, but the whaargarbl from disappointed fans will be epic.

*Spoiler alert*
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...there is no coherent plan, there never was, they made it up as they went along and now they're going to pull something out of their a$$, and they won't really care if it makes no sense and you're upset because the show's over anyway, so there's no need to keep stringing you along with promises of revelations like they've been doing for years.

Better not to hear whatever crap they've come up with, because it'll ruin the mystery without giving any satisfaction. If you leave it open-ended in your own mind at least you could pretend like there's something interesting and semi-plausible underneath it all, instead of a bunch of panicked writers who backed themselves into a corner several seasons ago.

/Don't say I didn't warn you
 
2010-02-02 04:32:43 PM
bukketmaster: I'm looking forward to the final epsisodes. I won't watch them, but the whaargarbl from disappointed fans will be epic.

*Spoiler alert*
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...there is no coherent plan, there never was, they made it up as they went along and now they're going to pull something out of their a$$, and they won't really care if it makes no sense and you're upset because the show's over anyway, so there's no need to keep stringing you along with promises of revelations like they've been doing for years.

Better not to hear whatever crap they've come up with, because it'll ruin the mystery without giving any satisfaction. If you leave it open-ended in your own mind at least you could pretend like there's something interesting and semi-plausible underneath it all, instead of a bunch of panicked writers who backed themselves into a corner several seasons ago.

/Don't say I didn't warn you


There always has to be someone in these threads to try this shiat, and I don't care if you are trolling, I am bored and will take the bait.

The fact is, they have always had an ending. It was pretty obvious, when they were given an end date to the show they stopped the filler episodes and stretching the story and the story telling got a lot tighter and they started answering more questions.

And also, even if the ending ends up being something stupid like "it was all a dream", I will still have enjoyed the ride. I will finish my rewatch tonight just before the season premiere, and I like the series even more the second time around.
 
2010-02-02 04:39:57 PM
I choose whatever path lands me with Ben's Daughter (alive of course). And I will cheat to get there.
 
2010-02-02 04:39:57 PM
bukketmaster: I'm looking forward to the final epsisodes. I won't watch them, but the whaargarbl from disappointed fans will be epic.

*Spoiler alert*
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.
.
.
...there is no coherent plan, there never was, they made it up as they went along and now they're going to pull something out of their a$$, and they won't really care if it makes no sense and you're upset because the show's over anyway, so there's no need to keep stringing you along with promises of revelations like they've been doing for years.

Better not to hear whatever crap they've come up with, because it'll ruin the mystery without giving any satisfaction. If you leave it open-ended in your own mind at least you could pretend like there's something interesting and semi-plausible underneath it all, instead of a bunch of panicked writers who backed themselves into a corner several seasons ago.

/Don't say I didn't warn you


You sound fat intellectually challenged.
 
2010-02-02 04:41:52 PM
bukketmaster: ...there is no coherent plan, there never was, they made it up as they went along and now they're going to pull something out of their a$$, and they won't really care if it makes no sense and you're upset because the show's over anyway, so there's no need to keep stringing you along with promises of revelations like they've been doing for years.

Better not to hear whatever crap they've come up with, because it'll ruin the mystery without giving any satisfaction. If you leave it open-ended in your own mind at least you could pretend like there's something interesting and semi-plausible underneath it all, instead of a bunch of panicked writers who backed themselves into a corner several seasons ago.


Awww..... It's like a drunk wedding toast from the bitter divorced guy none of the bridesmaids wanted to be paired with.

Don't say I didn't warn you.

Wouldn't dream of it, brotha! :-D
 
2010-02-02 04:43:53 PM
likes838: I choose whatever path lands me with Ben's Daughter (alive of course). And I will cheat to get there.

There. That's more like it.
 
2010-02-02 05:08:28 PM
bukketmaster: I'm looking forward to the final epsisodes. I won't watch them, but the whaargarbl from disappointed fans will be epic.

*Spoiler alert*
.
.
.
.
...there is no coherent plan, there never was, they made it up as they went along and now they're going to pull something out of their a$$, and they won't really care if it makes no sense and you're upset because the show's over anyway, so there's no need to keep stringing you along with promises of revelations like they've been doing for years.

Better not to hear whatever crap they've come up with, because it'll ruin the mystery without giving any satisfaction. If you leave it open-ended in your own mind at least you could pretend like there's something interesting and semi-plausible underneath it all, instead of a bunch of panicked writers who backed themselves into a corner several seasons ago.

/Don't say I didn't warn you


I fixed that really good for you
 
2010-02-02 05:13:05 PM
No matter what ending you choose, it will still suck, leaving you totally confused and with a headache.
 
2010-02-02 05:15:01 PM
I choose to get on the next flight to LA.
 
2010-02-02 05:31:38 PM
I finished a re-watch last weekend. The beauty of the second time around is you can see things that are being setup. The problem is that people talk about how great the show is with the subtle nuances and how it is so cleverly crafted, but then will turn around and say that certain things don't matter so it doesn't matter that many things will be left unexplained.

I know of at least one thing the producers have stated that won't be explained but there is an answer to if viewers are smart enough to figure it out. Anything that viewers figure out is purely guesswork unless it is confirmed. I don't need every little thing answered, but considering some of the time that they spent going over trivial little things (tattoos, TAS guy, toy airplanes) to leave some bigger questions unanswered is kind of dumb.

I think they knew point A and point Z from day one. They knew several of the letters in between but to fill space they threw out a bunch of stuff which won't be answered. Part of the fun has been the guessing, the theories, etc. but if the pay off leaves lots hanging then they will have partially failed as creators. Imagine a murder mystery where at the end the killer is revealed, but that's it. No motive, not how they did it, etc. Much needs to be revealed, and the countdown to a successful (or disappointing conclusion) starts tonight.
 
2010-02-02 05:59:29 PM
My main question regarding trivial stuff that was never resolved is: Why was Libby in the same mental hospital as Hurley, and why was she not only fine later on, but apparently had enough F-you money to just give Desmond the boat that eventually crashed him onto the island? Was she on the plane because she was stalking Hurley from her looney bin days? I mean, there's predestination, and then there's "that's way too much connection to these cast members for a character that barely lasted one season (and for the only main cast member to never have their own episode)".

Thankfully, the producers have confirmed that she'll be back for the second half of this season, so maybe her backstory will get a little more fleshed out.
 
2010-02-02 06:08:02 PM
PDXBishop: Thankfully, the producers have confirmed that she'll be back for the second half of this season, so maybe her backstory will get a little more fleshed out.

I know that she's back, but don't know for how much. However, producers did state flat out that her story was done and they had no more to tell regarding her. This was probably tied to the actor's propensity for tipping a few back and driving, but it does show a disconnect regarding what they feel is important if they do flesh out her story.
 
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