Lost: A Theory on Time Travel. That shit is magnets.
even if that's not the story, it totally should be.
posted by justin at 8:24 PM on March 1, 2008
I like how we have a character named Faraday, and he has a, wait for it... constant! in Desmond. The Faraday constant.
I'm glad we finally found our Hume too in Desmond to complement our Locke and our Rousseau.
posted by Eric at 8:37 PM on March 1, 2008
That last episode was all I needed to trust these guys know what they're doing again.
Plus, I'm such a Vonnegut nerd that anytime someone becomes unstuck in something I get a little giddy.
posted by Gavin at 2:04 AM on March 2, 2008
Wait hold on, it was a Hobbes I was wanting, not a Hume. Hume works too but I want some effing Hobbes up in here to complete the state of nature triumvirate.
posted by Eric at 3:01 PM on March 2, 2008
This 'Theory' is crap. I don't watch the show but can find piles of contradictions within this theory. My theory of Lost is easy. It means nothing. It's a show ment to confuse the masses long enough to keep them watching and soaking in all those ads. In short Lost is about Ka-ching$$ and nothing else.
posted by Derek at 6:05 PM on March 2, 2008
I'm pretty sure I have proprietary rights on "is magnets." Ask Max, he'll tell you.
posted by alexis at 7:47 PM on March 2, 2008
You're right! And I've totally stolen it as my catch phrase. Ask anyone!
posted by Rex at 7:51 PM on March 2, 2008
that summary makes no sense, but this week's episode made me love this season even more.
posted by josh at 9:41 PM on March 2, 2008
I'm going to have to concur with Alexis here. Only she is magnets. Anything else that might be magnetized will be so only in relation to her.
posted by Max "Bunny" Sparber at 10:17 PM on March 2, 2008
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