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:{{Disagree}}I'd say more on the side of '''Locke'''. He was the title character, and almost every Jack scene was about Locke and his past. Last episode was more on the side of Jack, this one more on the side of Locke. {{User:Aobozu/sig}}
 
:{{Disagree}}I'd say more on the side of '''Locke'''. He was the title character, and almost every Jack scene was about Locke and his past. Last episode was more on the side of Jack, this one more on the side of Locke. {{User:Aobozu/sig}}
 
:I'd say Flash sideways to Jack and Locke, centricity to Jack. ([[User:Kdc2|Kdc2]] 02:14, May 5, 2010 (UTC))
 
:I'd say Flash sideways to Jack and Locke, centricity to Jack. ([[User:Kdc2|Kdc2]] 02:14, May 5, 2010 (UTC))
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:I agree with Jack + Locke. Not only were they the primary characters in the sideflash, but the on-island events were mainly a series of "moves" in a game between the two. Definitely Jack + Locke. --michael_is_NOT_in_the_coffin 02:22, May 5, 2010 (UTC)
   
 
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Just FYI

If you're checking up on this site around Tuesday, April 27th and are wondering why a new Lost hasn't aired on ABC, it is because The show is on a one-week hiatus and will return the next Tuesday, May 4.--Pittsburghmuggle 00:54, April 26, 2010 (UTC)

Anyone know why it's going on hiatus for a week? Is it a production reason, are they trying to place the finale in a big time, is it to accommodate some other show...? --Golden Monkey 04:09, April 26, 2010 (UTC)
My theory (and it's only a theory, mind you), is that they decided they wanted the finale on a Sunday night, so they moved all the episodes forward in time rather than shorting themselves a few days of production time.--Pittsburghmuggle 06:54, April 26, 2010 (UTC)
You might be right about the gaining a few days and airing on a Sunday part, but all the other episodes are not moving at all. Michael Lucero * Talk * Contributions
Okay, the real reason is when the smoke monster is in smoke form he only eats Apollo Bars, and they were out of them.--Pittsburghmuggle 07:41, May 4, 2010 (UTC)

Episode connections

New guidelines

Recent reference guidelines, which allowed only explicit references through dialogue, excluded a lot of useful content. I've contacted several people over the past month about including more subtle connections. Everyone with an opinion agreed. Connections now appear under two subheadings:

  • Episode references - when characters describe a previous scene
  • Episode allusions - when scenes merely echo previous scenes

I've detailed elsewhere the differences between the two. Don't go crazy with allusions. We'll vet them through consensus, as we do with unanswered questions. When in doubt, first discuss. --- Balk Of Fametalk 10:21, May 4, 2010 (UTC)

  • Brilliant. We need this. I'm not sure when the "rules" changed, or who decided it, because it was never discussed. All of a sudden, a clear reference to a previous scene is no long a reference because the character specificaly refer to the scene in question. This meant "Locke's" bad day comment to Sun wasn't allowed, neither was MIB's "sooner than you think" line. I reckon you'll have to create the sub-headings yourself when the article is unlocked anyway, but hopefully no one gets carried away and starts removing the allusions heading because they disagree.--Baker1000 20:39, May 4, 2010 (UTC)

Centric?

Jack centric, right? Or Jack, Locke centric? SLRibs 01:59, May 5, 2010 (UTC)

  • Both, I'd say. --LeoChris 02:03, May 5, 2010 (UTC)
  • Wasn't it just Jack? There were definitely no flashes from Lockes pov. InflatableBombshelter 02:04, May 5, 2010 (UTC)
Pictogram voting support Just Jack cgmv123TalkContribsE-mail 02:06, May 5, 2010 (UTC)
First flash started in Locke's eyes.
  • So? A flash has to start on the person whose centricity it is? Calling this a Jack and Locke centric episode is like saying A Tale of Two Cities is Jack and Juliet centric. Oh wait, people here don't understand the meaning of "centricity" so that is what it would be called.--HaloOfTheSun 02:09, May 5, 2010 (UTC)
Pictogram voting opposeI'd say more on the side of Locke. He was the title character, and almost every Jack scene was about Locke and his past. Last episode was more on the side of Jack, this one more on the side of Locke. Michael Lucero * Talk * Contributions
I'd say Flash sideways to Jack and Locke, centricity to Jack. (Kdc2 02:14, May 5, 2010 (UTC))
I agree with Jack + Locke. Not only were they the primary characters in the sideflash, but the on-island events were mainly a series of "moves" in a game between the two. Definitely Jack + Locke. --michael_is_NOT_in_the_coffin 02:22, May 5, 2010 (UTC)

Frank

  • This may seem like a stupid question, but are we 100% sure he's dead? We didn't see him drown, unlike Sun and Jin... in fact, we hadn't seen him in a while, maybe he swam out somehow? --LeoChris 02:03, May 5, 2010 (UTC)

He was in a totally different room that flooded much faster and the door came out on him. I'd say he died. SLRibs 02:04, May 5, 2010 (UTC)


Rose and Bernard

It is yet undetermined what happened to Rose and Bernard, so the page should not note that there are only 6 left from Oceanic 815.--Shmibar 02:15, May 5, 2010 (UTC)

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