How did he know so much ab Locke? Obviously he needed information about him in order to impersonate him but what I don't understand is how he knew so much.
This video is a little different from usual in the sense that it's more of a thematic analysis than it is a theory about what was going on in the world of the show (though there is still some of that too).
If this is the distant past, how was Christian there at all?
Let's say for the sake of argument that the scene takes place just before the Black Rock crashes into the statue of Taweret back in 1867. The Man in Black would exist then on the island, but this 1867MiB wouldn't know who Locke is. He also wouldn't know about Christian Shephard or about his future 2004MiB self.
The only way I can think of to explain how 2004MiB is in the frozen wheel chamber prior to 1867 is that he was time traveling during the time shifts as well as the others. This would explain how he is able to still impersonate Christian (who hadn't even been born yet), plus how he knows what his 2004MiB self had planned and accomplished. He knows all this because he IS the 2004MiB.
If this is the case, the implications are staggering, as far as MiB being able to travel through time and acquire all kinds of info. Perhaps 2004MiB even met with a past version of himself, telling himself everything he knows about the future.
This is something that took some time and effort so please dont judge me too hard, it might be too easy for diehard fans, but I just did it for fun and entertainment. I hope you enjoy it.
PS. You can mute my annoying voice but you would miss a couple of "corrections" https://www.facebook.com/events/2748335888787637/
Hey guys. A new LOST video is up on my channel. It's all about the on-island Egyptians, when they came to the island, what happened to them, etc.
Be warned, it's my longest one yet, lol.
I hope you guys enjoy!
Hey everyone! I recently traveled through time and space to promote my YouTube channel/Patreon on a not-so-well-known talk show. Who knew Dharma also had an abandoned television studio on the island?
Seriously though, between my limited editing experience and my 1 a.m. acting, the video didn't turn out as good as I had envisioned it, but I'm hoping it's still good for a few laughs. Here's hoping...
So...i don't understand why the SENSIBLE brother, MIB, the one who questions everything, turns out to be the LITERAL evil incarnate while Jacob, the pansy ass tard who just accepts everything his mother says, turns out to be "the light, "the good," "the moral," and all that shit. am i the only one who noticed that? what's that about? are the writers trying to imply something?
And that entire story makes no sense. if you try to keep me prisoner in a damn island, i'd pretty much do everything i can to escape too. how is that evil? i mean, does MIB SEEM like a bad person to you? not at all. and isn't he the one initially who was supposed to take over the island instead of Jacob? ???