Lord Cornwallis

Alex didn't say it 'expanded Wallace's power', it 'expanded Lord Cornwallis' power' as in Lord Cornwallis in this section of [| East India Company - Act of 1786] Jstueve


Guys, I am very very very sure this is a blooper.Blopa 12:24, February 24, 2010 (UTC)

Why would it be a blooper? The number 108 isn't important, so it could be anyone. --Golden Monkey 16:30, February 24, 2010 (UTC)
If the name actually occurs both in the cave and the lighthouse, as the article says, then there is NO way that this is a blooper. A lot of other names of people we know are found both on the cave-wall and in the lighthouse, and to think that this exact name (connected to this frequently reoccurring number) is just a blooper shown twice, does not makes sense when looking at general quality of this show. (If it had been in Heroes, then sure it might have been a blooper, but this is LOST..)--NorthernRealmJackal 20:45, March 3, 2010 (UTC)

I think the number 108 is of extreme importance to the show. It is the sum of the numbers. It was the bearing that was told to several characters to be used to find the island. Lighthouse was the 108th episode. Jacob told Hurley to turn the wheel to 108 for a specific reason. I believe 108, Wallace, is actually Walt. Jacob crossed him out either to fool the Flocke or because he thought at one time that Walt wouldn't work as a candidate, but changed his mind. --Nsingarella 01:36, February 25, 2010 (UTC)TheNextFreud

That is a theory darling. But the first half of that statement is truth, 108 IS the Lost number, and that is it why I am sure "Wallace" is a blooper, they have a big wheel, with over 2000 names, and they must repeat them, that is why I believe Wallace is a blooper, because they know we would see it.Blopa 02:02, February 25, 2010 (UTC)
108-Wallace isn't important! Did you watch the episode? The wheel thing was just a ruse by Jacob to get Jack to break the glass. That isn't a theory; Jacob outright says that. The actual turning of the wheel was not the point, provoking Jack was. --Golden Monkey 19:27, February 25, 2010 (UTC)
Actually, Jacob said that whoever he was having Hurley bring to the Island with the Lighthouse would find their way anyway. The idea of "Wallace" being Walt though is ridiculous. In "Special", Michael said he wanted to name his son "Walter", not "Wallace". Walt is short for Walter, not Wallace. --Crash815 Talk 21:17, February 25, 2010 (UTC)