Thursday, January 05, 2006

The Genius Theory

This is a very involved, very long theory about Lost goings on. Enjoy.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

aw man, it's too early in the morning for this! i cannae handle it captain!

Jon said...

From Spoilerfix:

Mistaking Shannon for an Other, Ana Lucia killed her. So it's not a shock that the fuselage folks have been a little apprehensive about the tail-section survivors joining their camp. Those feelings intensify on January 11 when the imposing Mr. Eko learns Charlie's got a Virgin Mary statue, and demands the recovering junkie show him where he found it. That means a trek back to the downed Beechcraft full of heroin and a dead Nigerian "priest." "Eko [is] connected into the story of the drug plane," says executive producer Carlton Cuse. "People are curious about where that plane came from. We're gonna explain that." And what's Eko been up to with that big stick he's always carrying around? Reveals executive producer and cocreator Damon Lindelof, "He's carving Scripture on it." Remember the monster? We last saw it in May's season finale, when it appeared as a slithering mass of black smoke. "We will be seeing the monster in the January 11 episode," Lindelof says. Indeed, one character will have an up-close-and-personal encounter with the thing so viewers will get a better, longer look, too.

sayten said...

i'm willing to question this guy's status as "genuis"

Anonymous said...

Guys I love listening to your podcast and cant wait to hear what you have to say about this week's episode but on a completely seperate note I was wondering if it bothers anyone else as much as it bothers me that Damon says "You Know" about 10000 times during every one of those awful "ABC Official Lost Podcasts." I think they should have a bell for him everytime he says it. Awful. Meanwhile, keep up the great podcasts. ROck on - MYOKOM Foreva!

Jimmy said...

I actually think this is a complete rant with little real substance. Not so much a theory, but just random statements. Maybe I missed it...

He also talks about the Philadelphia Experiment as if it is an official part of scientific history. In reality, it's more of an urban ledgend. Most likely something did happen to inspire the story, but you can't keep referring to it as if it is fact. It's like saying "take for instance the Chupacabra"...

But never mind. I do want to agree with "anonymous" about how awful the "Official" podcast is. I cannot abide the fact that the guy who opens it has this forced 1930's radiohost style of presentation. And the way they spend all day analyzing the user names of those who write in...you'd think the internet had only just been invented. Thank God Lost isn't a comedy or it would have been cancelled in a month.

In other words, you guys should be on the payroll...you're far more superior with a fraction of the resources. Same for "The Transmission". Power to the people!

Scott and Steve said...

here here
hear hear
hear here
here hear

I'm not sure how to spell that, but I mean it wholeheartedly.