This VAN never could work

fluids out of order in a upsidedown car: brake fluid, batt-fluid, oil, gasoline. the air of the tires, still ok? this car looks like years abandoned in the middle of the jungle.... it never could works again with only a ride downhills... it´s impossible, absolutely. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Fuzter lost (talkcontribs) .

Maybe the island healed it!    Jabberwock    talk    contribs    email   - 08:12, 1 March 2007 (PST)
i could "admit", or "understand" the haeled people.......but......a car!!?? it´s too much...

--Fuzter lost 10:54, 1 March 2007 (PST)fuz

Haha I agree with Jabrwocky, also I think it would be more unbelievable to heal humans than machines. Machines aren't as complicated as humans... If Locke being able to walk isn't far fetched, then a van working isn't far fetched.Little miss sunshine 09:29, 5 March 2007 (PST)

Roger Is a Worker of the Swan station

.....because the suit has teh Swan-logo. We had no another clue to suspect another thing about this point, for this moment.

--Fuzter lost 10:53, 1 March 2007 (PST)Fuz

unanswered question

why Roger had a delivery of beer on a truck, and no longer the parachute-restocking system was used for it? maybe the air-restocking was applied later some kind of sorpresive incident that killed roger, and for this cause, was impossible to get food by car? --Fuzter lost 10:59, 1 March 2007 (PST)

Kate's mission to find the camp

Why would Kate set off with out any weapons? Also, Kate and Sawyer don't know about the hatch implosion, or Desmond's integration into the group. Why didn't this episode address any of that? Wouldn't Kate maybe want a shower after all that, and a gun from the hatch? Then she would be like, oh my gosh, where's the hatch... Instead, this episode was a time filler that didn't move the plot forward at all, or inform us about Hurley anymore (we knew he went to Australia because of the numbers and felt cursed). It should have been used to let us in on more about the hatch implosion.

I think Kate and Sawyer must've known something happened to the hatch if they saw the purple light. Also I don't think it's very important to show the conversation between Kate and Sawyer and everyone about Desmond and the Hatch because what would they do? The only thing that it would show is Kate and Sawyer's reaction to the news. The show is only an hour long so they can't show everything that logically happens. It's just implied that they found out. Also, about Hurley's flashback: it was just more character development, I think it revealed enough, like why Hurley gained weight, more examples to support Hurley's feelings that he's cursed, etc. I think if they reveal too much information at once it's awkward. Even though this episode wasn't that shocking, per se, I felt it was the most satisfying thus far this season. Little miss sunshine 09:37, 5 March 2007 (PST)
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