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Your avatar seems to have stricken my lower half with rigor mortis :eek:

I can now say the same about yours

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Ben and Hugo lived a long life after Jack died being the new Jacob and Richard. They eventually passed the torch and died. Everyone made it to the flashsideways/purgatory at the same time however. Ben didn't kill Hugo....seems they likely worked well together on the island. Ben stayed outside eating a delicious snickers b/c overall he was an evil mofo and failed all his tests b/c of his choices.

Ben stayed out cause those weren't his people. He had to go "wake up" Alex, her mom, and probably other people that were with him on the island. He may have been the next Desmond so to speak in that terms.

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Well, it may have been about the characters to the writers, but it's complete bullshit to me.

Think about it this way. If the island itself was a real island, and none of the weird poo every happened on it, and it was basically a modern day gilligans island.. would it have been the same show?

Hell no, it would have been awful. Nobody would have watched it. So being "about the characters" is about the dumbest excuse I've heard for that terrible ending.

The writers had no idea what to do with the show once they wrote themselves into all that poo. You can say that it was planned, but the only part I'll buy is about Jack dying. The writers stalled that show and changed where it was going so much that it's obvious they had no idea what they were doing halfway in.

Whatever, it just sucks. Started out as a great show. Continued on as a good show. And ended as a bad one. Such is TV.

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Amen Mesmer. I think ABC hired Microsoft's PR department, that's the only way people can be accepting this poo.

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Here's some game changing questions.

If Locke was a candidate why didn't Jacob make him protector as soon as he landed on the island? Locke was drinking the island kool aid from day 1.

If Jacob chose the candidates because they were flawed and alone then why did he approach Kate and Sawyer when they were kids?

Why is Micheal trapped on the island but Sayid isn't?

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The writers bent all of us over. Those that loved it etc don't want to come to terms with that.

All the other stuff was a smoke screen so we wouldn't see the end coming. Total sham.

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Here's some game changing questions.

If Locke was a candidate why didn't Jacob make him protector as soon as he landed on the island? Locke was drinking the island kool aid from day 1.

If Jacob chose the candidates because they were flawed and alone then why did he approach Kate and Sawyer when they were kids?

Why is Micheal trapped on the island but Sayid isn't?

Locke needed to be tested like everyone else.

Kate and Sawyer were loners from a young age. Kate wanted to run away all the time, Sawyer had just lost his parents.

Michael murdered innocent people on the island for his own personal good.

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Apparently there will be an epilogue with Hurley as Jacob on the complete Lost DVD set.

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Locke needed to be tested like everyone else.

Kate and Sawyer were loners from a young age. Kate wanted to run away all the time, Sawyer had just lost his parents.

Michael murdered innocent people on the island for his own personal good.

What makes you think anyone needed to be tested? Early on it might have seemed that way for some people but certainly not Locke.

Unless I missed something there's nothing to suggest they were loners when they were young. Kate's turning point happened when she was in her early twenties and I doubt Sawyer was conning people when he was 10.

Sayid murdered and tortured people his entire life. Both gave their lives to redeem themselves.

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What makes you think anyone needed to be tested? Early on it might have seemed that way for some people but certainly not Locke.

Unless I missed something there's nothing to suggest they were loners when they were young. Kate's turning point happened when she was in her early twenties and I doubt Sawyer was conning people when he was 10.

Sayid murdered and tortured people his entire life. Both gave their lives to redeem themselves.

Um, Locke said several times, himself, that the island was testing him.

Kates parents were divorced when she was 5. Sawyer's parents had just died. That usually makes one feel a little lonely.

Sayid did, and he got a chance to fix himself on the island. Everyone did bad things on the island, but he never killed anyone in cold blood.

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