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michael will "die alone"
does that mean that walt is going to get killed, and that michael will eventually die alone. or are you saying that michael is done for
Desmond is on the boat offshore.
I think that walt is going to die but i dont think michael will die. I think he will be outcast from the group, cause the preview showed jack asking him and he owned up to it, he will be like russo.I am just worried because JJ said that "this is the biggest finalle ever" I know he might be trying to sell it a lot, but that cliff hanger is going to suck. It should only drive us crazy for a few weeks then maybe we can focus on the beach a little more then lost :)
my guess is that walt lives, michael dies. he is beyond redemption...
i am watching "Adrift" right now and Desmond asks how long ago the plane crashed. Locke says about 42 days ago, and Desmond pauses. He either pauses because 42 is one of the numbers, or he might have not pressed the button 42 days ago, causing the plane to crash.
I think Micheal will die, and Walt will be part of the survivors secret weapon. He will want to avenge his Father (even though Michael fucked up), and this may be a theme for the next season/s. I'm really looking forward to sitting down and just chilling for two hours tonight. It should be really great.Jimmy.
Ralph, I like your "42" theory. You may be onto something in some way.
Can anyone else invision a scenario where Michael goes all apeshit and tries to shoot one of the "Others" or the Losties and during the struggle, Walt tries to stop him and Michael shoots Walt or vice versa? It could be like "Trapped in the Closet" where the camera lingers over the two of them and we won't discover who has been shot until next season... Just a thought!
Eko and Locke will enter into a biracial love affair and raise Aaron as their own
With all the references to it being "fake", that is the Dharma operations on the island, I wonder if that will be uncovered tonight. There is a flash during one of the previews that shows Sayid entering one of the tents. Perhaps he will find it empty. Maybe Kate will finally tell them about the cadeuceus/medical station and the costume materials she found. I think that might be too much though, because as long as Dharma/Hanso remains a struggling force against our survivors, the show will go on. If all of that became resolved, what more would we have but a band of stranded survivors?I have a buttload of questions that irritate me so much, because they're old and forgotten, but the writers have yet to resolve them.I would really like to know why the stations they find are abandoned. The Pearl and the cadeuceus seemed like valuable stations that were both fairly well hidden. I would also like know why/how the Black Rock is so far inland, why/how Desmond landed on the island, and why Yemi's plane crashed there too. For the love of Dharma, would someone tell me how Rousseau went 16 years on the island without finding her daughter, and Michael found Walt in like 2 weeks? As tricky and cunning as the old French lady is, she just so happened to have snared her first Other after 16 years, when finally, someone else was around for her to tell about it. I still think Rousseau smells funny, and I'm not talking about b.o.I don't care about who's going to die because honestly, no matter who it is, I'm sure I'll still be surprised, and I'll be an emotional wreck either way. I will probably punch someone in the face if they do the whole "is so-and-so actually dead? tune in next season..."
If they really wanted to blow us out of the water again, they'd need to kill Jack though.
Can you tell that I'm not really "working" while I'm at work today? Here's a nice excerpt from an article at AOL News about the finale:>The actors suggest that show creator J.J. Abrams has concocted an even bigger surprise for the finale. Code-named The Challah (braided Jewish bread), the story development is a follow-up to The Bagel, the producers' code term for Walt's kidnapping in last year's finale. "No one knew what The Bagel was," recalls Perrineau. "And this year, it's The Challah. I don't know what it is, but it's some big thing. J.J. said it's the best ending of a show ever."
i could see jack getting killed off.i have a feeling that the last shot will have something to do with the Timer! last year we kept wondering what was in the Hatch, and they cut away before we were able to find out. This year we keep wondering what happens when the timer counts down. I have a feeling that we will see what happens after the hieroglyph, but only enough to tease us until october.
I think that Sayid is going to die.And then the rest of them will deel awful especially Sawyer, because he wasn't supposed to get involved anyway.and on an un-related note, I think that Clair and Jack are brother and sister.Just my thought...
i dont think that sayid will die, due to the fact that he is the only one to see the ghost of walt. which would be a good question for sayid if ms. klugh gets a hold of him.
Jack won't die. He is too much of an ass to be killed--yet!!True about the Sayid seeing Walt's visions, but hasn't Michael seen them too? Now I can't remember.
Sawyer will bite the dust
The button is a “Dead Man's Switch” installed to protect the island's secrets, should the Hanso scientists ever become incapacitated. If the button isn't pressed every 108 minutes, the island's defense system is armed. That system involves big ass electromagnets that, once armed, “disable” planes that happen to fly too close. So Oceanic 815 crashed because Desmond overslept. We'll find this out tonight, because Desmond will return on the yacht. But this revelation will only happen in the last few minutes when they realize there's no-one in the hatch to press the button. The magnets will arm, another plane will crash, and next season, we'll have a whole new batch of survivors.from yesbutnobutyes.com
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