anonymous...THANKS first of all for the compliments on the blog. It's awesome that so many people get so much out of it! Anyway...no you are not replacing the people...the people have always been YOU! I think i see the hump you're trying to get over. You're trying to figure out how things happened for the FIRST TIME instead of thinking about it from a perspetive that it ALWAYS HAPPENED. You need to think of TIME as an ongoing LOOP with no beginning and no end. And you are in that loop. So there is no FIRST time that you travel from 2007 back to 1977....it ALWAYS happens. I like to relate it to the chicken/egg conundrum....there is no way to prove which one came first...they just both exist! LOCKE always went back to 1954 to tell Richard to go see him be born in 1956...which set up the chain of events that led Locke to the Island in the first place (LOOP)Sayid always shot Ben which caused Kate, Jack, Sawyer and Juliet to be involved in one way or another in Ben becoming the evil person that he is today (LOOP)Hurley and Miles ALWAYS had a conversation in 1977 but that had no idea they were going to have this conversation until it happened from their perspective (i.e. they traveled back in time to have it). If Horace came in and heard them talking about it...he WOULD have remembered it in 2007 (pending he didn't die in the purge lol) you and your wife always had the conversation in 1977...but did not know about it in 2007 because you didn't experience it yet until you went back in time to have it. That's why i threw the ages in there. in 1977 you were born...in 2007 you are 30, but time travel back to 1977....this iteration of you is still 30 and experiencing life with memories from your past. But there is also a newborn of you in the same timeframe that is about to go through the same experiences you already did. WHEW....any better now lol
Those are some good thoughts ASH! It would be a nice way to mirror the events. Thanks for the compliments on the blog btw!Anonymous...glad you're finally on board! whew. It's crazy, once you get it...you TOTALLY get it! Sometimes it's just a little missing piece that is throwing someone off. Anyway...I would consider LOST DAY a much bigger deal for me than NFL SUNDAYS. It's close...but the NFL doesn't get me excited enough to blog a bazillion words about it. Just to gamble with fantasy players! lol
Thank you so much LOST Family! Definitely built up a fan base, but nothing would prepare me for the onslaught that came in season 6! lol I barely remember the days of manageable 86 comments a week lol Of course, now that it's all over...I'm managing like 2 or 3 comments a week, including yours! lolNice that you were on Jack's side during that scenario...lots of people thought that Jack was an unredeemable character at that point. I was thinking exactly the opposite...he turned his life over to fate...and was waiting for his sign to do something. He became the new John Locke. I don't want to spoil anything, so I will just say that even during Jack's season 3, 4 and 5 downward spiral...I remained faithful that he would regain his mojo when the time was right. Now, whether he did or not...I'm not saying! LOL As for the Smoke Monster, I'll just say what the producers said during seasons 4 and 5....answers like \"what is the smoke monster\" are things that they really can't reveal until the end game of LOST. That being said, you may find out sooner than you think! I'll elaborate on this more once you know what I mean! lolLoved that Hurley/Miles scene too... As for Miles having a purpose...well, I will say that if you want a Miles backstory...you're gonna get it! And the episode is fantastic! But I don't want to give you the false hope that you're going to find out exactly how he can communicate with the dead. But you're gonna find out some interesting things about him that could lead you to theorize on answers to questions like that. Stuff that perhaps many of us speculated on in the blog! (hope I'm not being too spoilerish! I'm trying to be as vague as possible!) As for Hurley...well yeah...he's back on the Island...perhaps he knew that he was never supposed to leave either and now that he's back, he's back in his comfort zone. Of course, the question you should be asking yourself is...what inspired Hurley to want to get on Ajira Flight 316 So I'm guessing you might be a couple episodes further now since I'm a couple days late in response. Sorry! Busy weekend. Did you find out how you're going to watch Season 6 yet Or are you planning to wait until 8/24 for the DVD/Blu Keep enjoying the ride!
Arizona went to the fundraising gala, but soon left after having shared some awkward looks with Callie, who started to tell people that her wife died in the plane crash just to get more donations out of the rich people at the party. Arizona went to the hospital and started crying in a supply closet, only to be found by April, who was sent back to the hospital by Jackson to get cooling blankets for the champagne bottles. Arizona made up an excuse and told April she was fine, but started crying again as soon as April left the room. At the gala, April overheard Callie's fake story of being a widow and she decided to support Arizona. She took two bottles of champagne and returned to the hospital to drink with Arizona. Arizona then confessed she couldn't stand the way everyone stared at her, and the way everyone talked and judged her, including April. \"I know you're trying to hide it, but I can see it on your face,\" Arizona said. Arizona didn't deny she was a cheater, and explained that she cheated because Lauren stared at her too, but in a different way. She stared in a way that made Arizona feel really good. They got drunk, and paged Leah to the closet to get them some more champagne and snacks. Arizona asked April if she thought Callie was ever going to forgive her, and April honestly told her that Callie was telling everyone at the gala that Arizona was dead, so she guessed not. They got drunker and got more fun, both agreeing that they need to have fun again. At some point, April asked her if she could try on her leg and they both laughed. They called a cab to get them home, and Leah helped Arizona to get in. Leah asked Arizona to treat her with more respect. \"You're adorable,\" Arizona said, as she touched Leah's nose. Arizona then closed the door and the cab drove off.
Over in the Gold Bar, category is: Villain Edit Realness. Roxxxy and Detox bag on Jinkx for her laugh and her sleep attacks, and Roxxxy sasses, \"Besides your narcolepsy, you got a whole lot of other problems, and I don't know if they make pills for it.\" In confessional, Roxxxy continues her rant: \"Jinkx's outfit looks like a whole hot shitty trailer Christmas mess. You look like someone beat you up and threw you down the dollar store Christmas aisle, Miss Thang! You look a shitty, hot mess! Go home!\"
See, I disagree with part of the previous comment. I think that \"realness\" challenges really aim to test a queen's ability to be a chameleon. It's a great testament to her resourcefulness, and to her ability to adapt her character to whatever is required of her. While Jinkx's substitute teacher was funny and quirky and very Jinkxy, she failed, IMO, to stay within the parameters imposed by Ru. It's like if you're playing cards, and the game is poker, but all you're doing is building a house of cards. You can be very talented at making those cards stand up, some people might even commend you on not giving a shit and doing your own thing, since you're so good at it. But at the end of the day, the game was poker and that house of cards will not be what you needed to do to win that game of poker. 781b155fdc