Orientation Film 65
Season 3, Episode 23

Every single living person

February 5th, 2008 / Dean

So when Ben tells Jack that “every single living person on this island will be killed”, why do I get the feeling that “living” is the key word.

4 Whispers about Every single living person

  1. Adrian

    This is sort of bringing it back to the “is the island purgatory issue” in a way. I’ll be very interested to see what revelations the new season brings.

  2. Dean

    True, though the producers debunked that quite a while ago. Maybe its not purgatory, maybe some of the characters are actually dead, but are being reanimated by smokey/Jacob in a similar way to Eko’s Brother Yemi was, as well as Jack’s Dad…presuming that he is actually dead. Maybe thats stretching the weirdness a little.

  3. Adrian

    I don’t think the weirdness has a stretch limit when talking about Lost. If you said to someone during season 1 that the monster was a black cloud they’d have thought you were mad.

  4. Dean

    Fair call.

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