Cilla Black wrote: »
So just got to episode 20 of Lost season 2 againI've seen all this before but it was still crazy to see Michael kill Anna-Lucia and Libby. Fuck man, so goddamn crazy.
I would give almost anything to have been watching this when it was new with other people and seeing the freak out.
T4CT wrote: »
just finished episode 18
this numbers shit is gonna get cleared up, right?
it's weirding me out
Mr Fuzzbutt wrote: »
Holy shiiiiiiiit season 4 is good.
SyphonBlue wrote: »
Season 4 is pretty much the best season of television ever.
"As in platinum record -- as in a million units sold. Now, Drive Shaft's albums must have spiked when everybody found out that I died in some catastrophic plane disaster. When I come back, alive, it's going to be insane."
Balefuego wrote: »
season 4 is indeed the best season of television ever
season 4 of The Wire
Lars wrote: »
We're up to the end of Season 2 now. There are definitely some cracks showing in the whole "planned it all along" thing.First up is the Caves. They were presented as kind of a big deal with the survivors splitting up and half of them moving to the caves. However, we never really saw anybody staying at the caves after Claire moves back to the beach, and then in Season 2 we don't see them or have them mentioned at all until Hurley says a line about nobody living there anymore without giving a reason.
The big thing though is the hatches. Based on how the rest of the series went, I think they either hadn't planned them out entirely (which could potentially fit if you assume they only planned out the whole Candidates thing and not all the Dharma stuff), they changed their minds, or a bunch of stuff ended up on the cutting room floor.
The biggest thing is probably the blast door map. Here's a version of it with the latin translated:
Considering that the map is later revealed to have been drawn by Radzinsky, some of that doesn't really make sense. Also that it was originally implied there were only six stations but we ended up with at least nine (not counting the Lamp Post which is nowhere near the island) with a few others potentially existing as well.
Going back to the thing about the caves, it's also curious (though not really plot relevant) that the survivors never really tried to use any of the discovered hatches as shelter, beyond the handful of people who were lucky enough to be allowed to stay in the Swan. I mean yeah, the Arrow is obviously way too far away, but the Pearl and the Staff are much closer (the Staff in particular has a lot of room for people and is more defensible than the beach). Yeah, it's not really a big deal, it's just when you see things like Kate or Jack using the shower at the Swan you have to wonder how many of the other forty or so people are given access to these comforts.
On another note, for the amount of hate I remember Ana Lucia getting when Season 2 was airing, she's really not in the show that much at all. After her group meets up with the main group, she spends most of the season sitting in a camp by herself separated from everyone else.
Lastly, while looking into some of the hatch stuff, I found a variety of fan-made island maps.THIS seems to be the popular one, but it hasn't been updated in over four years:
It seems to indicate the Staff is further away than the episode implied, though.
There's also THIS one which is more recently updated and features a lot more locations, but just glancing through it I see a few things that don't really make sense. Also, the Staff isn't on this one, likely because it's location is too vague.
UnbreakableVow wrote: »
Yes it is
But I am happy for 0:42