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Matt Foley

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Okay, so I watched LOST religiously until last year. I missed the first episode, then saw how convoluted it was getting and never bothered to catch up. Can anyone sum up for me what all happened last year? The next episode is coming up soon.

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The people in the chopper get back to the real world

The people on the island start traveling through time

Most of the people on the island get killed by the others(back in the 50s)

Locke stops everyone traveling through time but gets ported off the island

Island stops in the 70s, when the Darma people are on the island, people on island join Darma

Ben cons everyone to go back to the island, killing Locke in the process

Everyone ends up back on the island with extra people included, some in the past(70s) some in the present

Locke is 'alive' again in the present, assumes leadership of the others, leads the others to go see Jacob

Back in the 70s the nerdy physicist figures out a way to get them back to the future by blowing up a nuke, he gets killed by his young mother

Jacob is shown back in the 19th century, has a nemesis that wants to kill him

Locke convinces Ben to kill Jacob, he does, other people show Lockes dead body(the alive Locke wasn't actually Locke - speculate away)

The 'incident' happens at the Darma station back in the 70s and they set off the nuke

Fin

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The people in the chopper get back to the real world

The people on the island start traveling through time

Most of the people on the island get killed by the others(back in the 50s)

Locke stops everyone traveling through time but gets ported off the island

Island stops in the 70s, when the Darma people are on the island, people on island join Darma

Ben cons everyone to go back to the island, killing Locke in the process

Everyone ends up back on the island with extra people included, some in the past(70s) some in the present

Locke is 'alive' again in the present, assumes leadership of the others, leads the others to go see Jacob

Back in the 70s the nerdy physicist figures out a way to get them back to the future by blowing up a nuke, he gets killed by his young mother

Jacob is shown back in the 19th century, has a nemesis that wants to kill him

Locke convinces Ben to kill Jacob, he does, other people show Lockes dead body(the alive Locke wasn't actually Locke - speculate away)

The 'incident' happens at the Darma station back in the 70s and they set off the nuke

Fin

I knew it was going to be predictable.

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if you watch lost form the very end to beginning, it gets better and better and better"" """""""""""""""

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