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Old 05-23-2010, 11:02 PM   #421
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it will be interesting to see the alternate endings
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Old 05-23-2010, 11:03 PM   #422
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Yep, was just going to say I think the flash sideways was purgatory until they met up to go into 'heaven' (for lack of a better word}
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Christian's comments about some dying before Jack and some long after and Hurley's comments about Ben being a good number 2, seem to indicate that the flash sideways were some sort of purgatory/holding period.
Yeah, that's what I was talking about.
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Did everyone die in the original plane crash? And those left on the island stuck in some kind of purgatory? Was Jack the last one to finish his time? My brain hurts.
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Did everyone die in the original plane crash? And those left on the island stuck in some kind of purgatory? Was Jack the last one to finish his time? My brain hurts.
Do not try to make this timeline linear, that would be impossible. Instead only try to remember the truth - there is no timeline.
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Old 05-23-2010, 11:15 PM   #426
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Snape kills Dumbledore, right?
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Old 05-23-2010, 11:15 PM   #427
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Did everyone die in the original plane crash? And those left on the island stuck in some kind of purgatory? Was Jack the last one to finish his time? My brain hurts.
The sense I got is that the place they ended up, the purgatory/whatever it was, is not constrained by linear time as we know it, and as Christian told him, some died before him, some after. But when it was his time, they were all there to meet him.

Interesting that Ben stayed outside. I guess he had more time to serve.
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I liked it better than I thought I would. It was about the characters, and that's what I wanted.

Yes, a little too convenient overall, but at least it had an ending versus becoming Gilligan's Island with the guest stars-of-the-week.


p.s. I WANT TO SEE INCEPTION!!!
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Old 05-23-2010, 11:35 PM   #429
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time is relative

i absolutely loved it, but i also "got it" immediately, so there wasn't that whole -period where i had no idea what happened.

anyone else watching kimmel?
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i absolutely loved it, but i also "got it" immediately, so there wasn't that whole -period where i had no idea what happened.

anyone else watching kimmel?
Oh, I got it, I was just meh. I'll probably need a day or two to digest it, though. I may change my mind.
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Interesting that Ben stayed outside. I guess he had more time to serve.
Right, I kinda missed that. Ben didn't want to go in yet. Maybe a soul has to feel ready to move on. That it's not time you have to serve.
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I never watch Kimmel, but this is pretty special. Matthex Fox coming out all teary-eyed made me tear up.
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The sense I got is that the place they ended up, the purgatory/whatever it was, is not constrained by linear time as we know it, and as Christian told him, some died before him, some after. But when it was his time, they were all there to meet him.

Interesting that Ben stayed outside. I guess he had more time to serve.
"Time is irrelevant, it's not linear"

In all honesty, this line pretty much sums up how you have to think about the two timelines, realities, or whatever you wanna call them.
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Remembering this just made me smile: Juliet's "it worked" was referring to the sideways vending machine, and not the bomb. I liked that.

I think I'm warming to it already.
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alternate endings were lame....i don't know why I thought we were gonna see real stuff
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