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Old 05-25-2007, 07:18 PM   #466
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Why to we have to mark some one or generalize?

Exactly, less generalizations would be nice in this world. Hence not assuming such neighborhoods as black, brown, etc...
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Old 05-25-2007, 07:42 PM   #467
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ew.com has some good Charlie info

http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0,,20040051,00.html

I can't believe that Charlie's dead!! I his character!! damn it!! x infinity!!!

that was a great finale!
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Old 05-25-2007, 07:43 PM   #468
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I don't remember Michael being a successful architect.

Wasn't he kind of down on his luck and unable to provide for Walt as well as his ex wife and that's why she wanted him to give up his rights?
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Old 05-25-2007, 07:46 PM   #469
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Survived by one teenage son? Perhaps it is Michael after all, but under a different name.
And why would Michael Change his name? Because he killed two people on the island to get off thinking nobody would come home.
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My guess is John Lantham is John Locke

if this ten years in the future
all he had to do was impregnate someone a few years before the plane crash
Except that the newspaper in which Jack read the obit was the April 5, 2007 LA Times.

http://losteastereggs.blogspot.com/2...newspaper.html


Possibly
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I don't want to sound racist, but Jack seemed like he was in a predominantly black part of town. Maybe it was Michael, under another name, in the casket. It definitely would fit the "survived by one teenage son"

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I said this exact theory a few pages back and was worried I would come off the same way....but I agree about it being a black person in the casket...I own my own floral business in a very big town....and I do quite a bit of funeral work...and....don't take this wrong...but black people go to black funeral homes with black funeral directors....so this was something I noticed when Jack went to the funeral home...of course, I could be completely wrong
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Old 05-26-2007, 04:13 AM   #472
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Exactly, less generalizations would be nice in this world. Hence not assuming such neighborhoods as black, brown, etc...
Quit with your PC preaching, don't turn this into a FYM thread!

I can't wait till the next season!
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More like is it our business to know a persons status a person is a person. Why to we have to mark some one or generalize?

but lets not turn this into a FYM topic.
No one was doing that. If Jack were driving through KoreaTown
(a district of LA) and the people on the street were Korean and the funeral director was Korean, chances are the Show director was making you think someone Korean (Sun or Jin ?) was in the coffin.

There are some parts of SoCal which ARE predominantly black, vietnamese, latino, hispanic, Korean, etc. Not by design.

If a TV show director casts 3 or 4 black guys in a street, and a black funeral director, he's trying to make us think the person in the funeral director is black.
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The writers for the show have been saying that after the season three finale, we'd be aware of a huge shift in the parameters of the storyline... now that the season three finale is settling in, i'm realizing, especially in light of the flash forward with Jack, that "Lost" – as the title of the show refers to more than their being on the island... they were//are all "Lost" in their lives as well.

Because of characters like Jack and Sayyid, I had never thought of it that way, because they both seem fairly "together," but seeing Jack after their return from the island, the term "Lost" has larger implications than their being on (or off) the island.

Kudos to the writers for bringing the storyline back to "civilization" half-way through the story; so many other writers would end the storyline at the same time that they get the characters off the island; this way they've made it clear that the story is about more than the characters' physical location.
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If a TV show director casts 3 or 4 black guys in a street, and a black funeral director, he's trying to make us think the person in the funeral director is black.
What about the fact that the funeral director asks a very white Jack if he is a family member of the deceased?
( I know there are interracial families, but this fact takes some steam out of the assumption that the funeral is for an African American becuase the people outside the parlor on the street happened to be the same).
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Hewson
What about the fact that the funeral director asks a very white Jack if he is a family member of the deceased?
( I know there are interracial families, but this fact takes some steam out of the assumption that the funeral is for an African American becuase the people outside the parlor on the street happened to be the same).
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What was he supposed to say ? "Why are you here white boy?" ??

Doesn't take anyy steam out of it all, many extended families these days are interracial, I have both Hispanic and Lebanese relatives that way
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The writers for the show have been saying that after the season three finale, we'd be aware of a huge shift in the parameters of the storyline... now that the season three finale is settling in, i'm realizing, especially in light of the flash forward with Jack, that "Lost" – as the title of the show refers to more than their being on the island... they were//are all "Lost" in their lives as well.

Because of characters like Jack and Sayyid, I had never thought of it that way, because they both seem fairly "together," but seeing Jack after their return from the island, the term "Lost" has larger implications than their being on (or off) the island.

Kudos to the writers for bringing the storyline back to "civilization" half-way through the story; so many other writers would end the storyline at the same time that they get the characters off the island; this way they've made it clear that the story is about more than the characters' physical location.
There's also a possibility Jack/Kate and some others got off the Island, but some were left behind and Jack feels guilty and that's why he wants to go back. Or the story could move completely to the mainland, and the Island times will be the flashbacks rather than the other way around
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There were rumors of a split - and here's what I think. We'll see Desmond get back to the 815ers just in time to relay the message. Those that believe him will go with Locke, the others will leave with Jack. Those that remain will probably join the remainder of the others. Could be twisted.
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We'll see Desmond get back to the 815ers just in time to relay the message.
Which message?
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