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2nd Nov '16 4:20:17 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: The Others, at least the kidnapping portion of The Others, are essentially like [[Main/HisDarkMaterials The Gobblers]].]]

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[[WMG: The Others, at least the kidnapping portion of The Others, are essentially like [[Main/HisDarkMaterials [[Literature/HisDarkMaterials The Gobblers]].]]
28th Oct '16 1:33:43 PM nombretomado
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In life, they were the writers for ''GilligansIsland''. Now that the show is over, they can all ascend.

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In life, they were the writers for ''GilligansIsland''.''Series/GilligansIsland''. Now that the show is over, they can all ascend.
23rd Oct '16 7:39:51 PM nombretomado
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This theory is on GameFAQs, and it's just too perfect. In the season 5 premiere, [[spoiler:Sawyer steps on something, and it penetrates into his toe.]] Therefore, [[spoiler: his toe will eventually get infected, and it will have to be amputated - and then they'll end up in the past, where Sawyer does something]] to inspire a statue to be built of him.

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This theory is on GameFAQs, Website/GameFAQs, and it's just too perfect. In the season 5 premiere, [[spoiler:Sawyer steps on something, and it penetrates into his toe.]] Therefore, [[spoiler: his toe will eventually get infected, and it will have to be amputated - and then they'll end up in the past, where Sawyer does something]] to inspire a statue to be built of him.
25th Sep '16 1:02:10 PM Umbethi
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[[WMG: Libby was Hurley's stalker; Dave was her husband.]]
In the Season 2 finale, Libby mentions she had a husband named David who passed away. According to WordOfGod, this is what caused her to have a mental breakdown and be committed. Incidentally, Libby is the only main character who's purpose for being in Australia is never revealed. We do know that she was in the same mental asylum as Hurley, where she was seen creepily staring at him. Later on the island, Hurley claimed to recognize her; she first looked nervous, then made up an unlikely story of Hurley stepping over her on the plane which Hurley didn't remember, and which we don't see in the flashback of him boarding the plane in "The Exodus." In the episode "Dave", Hurley has an "imaginary" friend named Dave when he is in the asylum with Libby, who later reappears when they reunite on the island. Also, Hurley is later revealed to have the ability to talk to ghosts. Coincidence? I think not. I believe Dave was the ghost of Libby's husband David. When Libby was committed, he wanted to deliver a message to her to help her move on. However, she doesn't have the ability to talk to ghosts. So Dave befriended Hurley, the only person in the asylum who had such an ability, hoping to eventually reveal to him that he was a ghost, and get him to deliver his final message to Libby. However, when Libby overheard Hurley talking to an invisible Dave, she correctly guessed he was talking to her dead husband, and became obsessed with him. This obsession eventually turned into love. Dave noticed this and became jealous, and tried to get Hurley to escape the asylum in order to get him away from her, and possibly to get him hit by a car or something. However, when Hurley stood up to Dave, his confidence caused the psychic link between them to break, and Dave stopped appearing to him. After they were released from the asylum, Libby became a StalkerWithACrush. That is why she was in Australia, and why she was travelling on Flight 815. She had always been too nervous to approach him, but then on the island he approached her first, breaking the ice. Of course, she never mentioned any of this to Hurley because she was afraid of freaking him out (she expresses similar concerns in the flash-sideways). When they started dating, Hurley became nervous, and this lack of confidence enabled the psychic connection with Dave to rematerialize. This time, Dave, now insane with jealousy, tried to get Hurley to commit suicide by jumping off a cliff. However, when Libby kissed Hurley, it caused him to regain confidence, and the psychic link was once again broken.
30th May '16 4:33:48 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Really, it's the only explanation for much, if not most, of their behavior. Rose is immune for a similar reason that [[TheSwordOfTruth Richard is immune to Kahlan's power]]; she's truly happy. Granted, I'm only up to season 3, but I've not found anything to countervail this Guess yet.

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* Really, it's the only explanation for much, if not most, of their behavior. Rose is immune for a similar reason that [[TheSwordOfTruth [[Literature/TheSwordOfTruth Richard is immune to Kahlan's power]]; she's truly happy. Granted, I'm only up to season 3, but I've not found anything to countervail this Guess yet.
7th May '16 5:16:47 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Jack Shephard is the brother/half-brother of [[Main/GreysAnatomy Derek Shepherd]]]]
* And they're both [[Main/EveryoneIsJesusInPurgatory Jesus]]. Healers called "Shepherd"? Come on!
** Hell, in the space of one week, [[spoiler: we got to watch them both die (OK, [[Main/DisneyDeath Derek got better, but]]), so...]]

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[[WMG: Jack Shephard is the brother/half-brother of [[Main/GreysAnatomy [[Series/GreysAnatomy Derek Shepherd]]]]
* And they're both [[Main/EveryoneIsJesusInPurgatory [[EveryoneIsJesusInPurgatory Jesus]]. Healers called "Shepherd"? Come on!
** Hell, in the space of one week, [[spoiler: we got to watch them both die (OK, [[Main/DisneyDeath [[DisneyDeath Derek got better, but]]), so...]]
3rd May '16 4:42:43 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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[[WMG: The island is [[VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi Rokkenjima]].]]

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[[WMG: The island is [[VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi [[VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry Rokkenjima]].]]
15th Jan '16 9:37:37 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG:Richard Alpert is really [[TheStand Randall Flagg]].]]

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[[WMG:Richard Alpert is really [[TheStand [[Literature/TheStand Randall Flagg]].]]
15th Jan '16 9:37:24 PM nombretomado
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* If it wasn't already obvious by season 6, Stephen King's ''TheStand'' was a huge influence on the series' development. Team Darlton freely admit this and claim that a paperback copy of the novel has a permanent home in the ''Lost'' writer's room.

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* If it wasn't already obvious by season 6, Stephen King's ''TheStand'' ''Literature/TheStand'' was a huge influence on the series' development. Team Darlton freely admit this and claim that a paperback copy of the novel has a permanent home in the ''Lost'' writer's room.
7th Jan '16 11:35:09 AM pittsburghmuggle
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** Wow, the Island is kind of like a convertible Tardis with the top down.
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