The group discuss who and what are. Of course, these are different rules than the ones that governed the Island. In fact, the specific nature of the MacGuffin may be ambiguous, undefined, generic, left open to interpretation or otherwise completely unimportant to the plot said. Of course, we know Jack had no idea about his sister's existence. Sure, there were lots of things I would have wanted to see more of, but that always happens when shows end, right? Jack stitches up Kate's gunshot wound on the beach, as Hurley and Sawyer watch the remains of the submarine blast wash ashore. Anyway, since they have no idea what was going on with Flocke and Jack's respective missions, his resolve is still to blow up the plane.
And then we see the man who cannot be injured in any way, has a cut on the face!! I would say in this moment and a moment we see later in Sideways, it shows that Kate made her choice. Contrary to popular belief, Lost left us with only 1 or 2 completely unanswered questions, and those are irrelevant. Sawyer sees through the disguise but agrees to go with him as the Man in Black promises to get him off the Island. So I'll spare everyone from gushing more! The significance of the end will not escape me, but there is a significance in this blog posting at the same time. In the flash sideways, Sayid helps his brother, who is in debt to a loan shark.
However, on June 29, 2009 it was announced that the final season would feature an additional hour, making the number of episodes 18. It wakes them both up! In the woman's bathroom, escapes from and gets into an elevator. It all makes sense to me! They decide to meet for coffee in a couple of hours. Locke later meets Ben outside the church where Locke forgives him for. Flocke seemed alarmed that he knew this. He collapses in the same spot he awoke after the crash of Flight 815. Claire emerges from the bushes and hold's Miles' group at gunpoint and shoots into the sand.
At the plane, The MiB kills two guards and discovers that the plane has been rigged with C4. Because Miles worked as a maintenance man at some off-island apartment complex, he gets some duct tape and is sent to go adjust some electrical wiring issues! But very funny with the electricity comment! I will keep people posted there on my next ventures. She is a woman on a mission to kill this man-thing for what he has done! She tells him to let the Island sink. She happens to run in on Sawyer! No Ajira crash, no time loops. And in the jungle, Claire rescues Jin and tends to his wounds, but he sees a hardness in her he hadn't experienced before. It's almost like it was all a facade.
Of course, I still wonder how they got Anthony Cooper there so suddenly Richard did that too. This is child's play compared to that! Because like most of you are saying, hurley and ben might have protected the island a long time. Later, the two Others catch up to Jin. Jack's neck was bleeding as a reminder for how he died. Locke asks if Jack saw any of it. Who knows, maybe after time and reading all of your theories, I may change my mind.
. Ilana states that Richard knows what to do next, although Richard gets angry and runs off. Ben and Richard go outside to wait for the Man in Black. We then see John wiggle his toe! Also Baycityroller1, it seems to me that you are angry simply because the finale did not follow your theory. I know I asked a few questions at once, and you answered most of them, but one you didn't: Why do you think Smokey needed the light to go out to get off the island? Hopefully, they are significant answers that people have been clamoring for.
The Man in Black decides to begin the journey to Hydra Island. We see everyone paired up with their true loves as well. To convince her this isn't the case, Richard tells her they can go home and be free of Locke. Season 6, Episode 16 May 18, 2010 Season 6, Episode 16 May 18, 2010 On the island, Jack, Kate, Sawyer and Hurley set out in search of Desmond, but they meet Jacob. But Jack had already made up his mind. He said if there was a button down there the 2 of them could fight about whether to push it or not.
Hurley helps Jack make it to the Source. It was highly emotional, but nothing compared to when Charlie arrives with blankets and Kate tells him to go up to Claire. The emotion behind every single awakening was simply astounding. And 'Lost' provided that in spades. Of course, if true, it would beg the question -- what about Sarah, and Jack's mom? Jack wakes up on Hydra Island with Sayid and the Man in Black. I think the light going out and him leaving the island were 2 different things.