Orientation Film 415

Hurley explains Lost in one sentence

January 29th, 2009 / Dean

“Ok. We did crash. We were on this crazy island and we waited for rescue but there wasn’t any rescue and then there was this smoke monster and there were other people on the island, we call them ‘The Others’, and they started attacking us, and we found some hatches and there was a button we had to push every 108 minutes or… well I was never really clear on that, but ‘The Others’ didn’t have anything to do with the hatches, that was the Dharma Initiative, they were all dead, ‘The Others’ killed them and now and now they’re trying to kill us, and then we teamed up with ‘The Others’ because some worse people were coming on a freighter, Desmond’s girlfriend’s father sent them to kill us, so we stole their helicopter and we flew it to their freighter, but it blew up and we couldn’t go back to the island because it disappeared so then we crashed in the ocean and we floated there for a while till a boat came and picked us up and by then there were six of us, that part was true.”

That’s how Hurley explained it to his Mother… and she believed him.

Via Jesse J Anderson via Noah Stokes

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