Watch Lost S06E10
At the airport, Jin-Soo Kwon (Daniel Dae Kim) is released by security after the incident about his undeclared $25,000 is resolved. His watch is returned, but the money is not, as Jin needs to fill out the paperwork declaring its purpose. Having missed his appointment at the restaurant, he checks into a hotel with Sun-Hwa Paik (Yunjin Kim). In this flash-sideways timeline, Jin and Sun are not a married couple. Instead, they have become secretly romantically involved without the knowledge of Mr. Paik, Sun's father.
Watch Lost S06E10
The next day, Martin Keamy (Kevin Durand), his associate Omar (Anthony Azizi), and translator Mikhail Bakunin (Andrew Divoff) arrive at the hotel to collect the watch and the money. Since they lack the money, Sun offers to pay from a private account. Keamy sends her with Mikhail to get the money, but they learn that the account was closed by her father. Meanwhile, Jin is tied up in the storeroom at the restaurant. Keamy reveals that the $25,000 was his payment for killing Jin, as Sun's father found out about his relationship with Sun. After Sayid Jarrah (Naveen Andrews) shoots Keamy and his men (shown from his point of view in "Sundown"), he finds Jin tied up. He hands Jin a box cutter to free himself and leaves. When Mikhail returns with Sun, Jin holds him at gunpoint. Mikhail fights back, and in the ensuing struggle, Jin shoots him fatally in the eye. Sun is also hit by stray fire. As Jin picks Sun up to take her to the hospital, she reveals she is pregnant.
On the moon of Oba Diah, Plo Koon examines a signal from a ship of a Jedi that was long presumed lost. Through a fierce sandstorm, Plo finds the spaceship and discovers the lightsaber of Sifo-Dyas. Plo communicates his discovery to the Jedi High Council where Yoda confirms the lightsaber to be that of Sifo-Dyas. Mace Windu remarks that Sifo-Dyas was on the council before the Invasion of Naboo, but, because he foresaw a Great Conflict and that the Republic needed to raise an army, his ideas were considered "too extreme." Obi-Wan Kenobi reminds them that, during his chase for Jango Fett, he learned that it was Sifo-Dyas who ordered the creation of the clone troopers on Kamino. Yoda feels that more is going on here and wants to find the truth.
Anakin and Obi-Wan travel to Oba Diah to confront the Pyke Syndicate regarding the situation. Lom Pyke reveals that a man named Tyranus had paid them to shoot down the ship and that for insurance, Silman was kept locked away by the Pykes. Having been imprisoned for up to ten years, Silman has lost his mind. He says the Pykes are not to be trusted, but is suddenly killed by Dooku before Silman can reveal who really killed Jedi Master Sifo-Dyas. Anakin and Obi-Wan engage Dooku in combat where Lom reveals that the man called Tyranus is really Count Dooku. Dooku then reveals to Obi-Wan that he was telling the truth on Geonosis all along. Dooku kills Lom and duels Anakin for a short time before defeating him and managing to escape. On Coruscant, the Council deduces that Dooku was responsible for the creation of the clone army. Questioning why their enemy created an army for them, Yoda explains that this must really be the work of the Dark Lord of the Sith and that all they can do is "play his game."
Holly, I was thinking there might be a blood connection too...especially when Sun cut her hand...but then there was no follow up on the cut, so I just ignored it. But you could be onto something! Why on earth would they show Sun cut her hand? That was just bizarre. But very interesting especially with Sayid having the open wound. We'll see!When rewatching the scene I noticed Mikhail shooting while Jin had grabbed him...i think that's when Sun got shot.
Pulled this from lostpedias theory page for "The Package" regarding Desmonds purpose. Thought it was pretty interesting: As told to him by Daniel Faraday outside the hatch, "...right now me and everyone else you left behind--we're in serious danger. You're the only person who can help us.." (Because You Left transcript) This may mean that he is the only person who is not specific to a timeline (therefore his consciousness shifts between them) and thus has the ability to kill the MIB, once convinced to by Widmore. I think it would be pretty cool if desmond was able to transfer conciousness in timelimes. Maybe a setup for The Constant 2!Hey...I can always wish!-Jackson
hey mike! thanks for the recap!1) how irresponsible of sun to drink champagne when she knew she was pregnant! lol, i think the writers may have missed that one 2) claire HAS to be wearing a wig right? that mop is so disturbing!3) i'm so happy that widmore is supposedly on jacob's side and therefore will help the beach losties when they get there! the whole locking desmond in that sub room seemed pretty prisoner-like to me at first (especially since widmore has never been a fan of des lol), but it was probably necessary to drug and kidnap desmond because he was so unwilling to ever go back to the island (and widmore knows he HAS to come for them to win) hmmm..
aww... i HAVE to believe that ben was redeemed in Dr. Linus. i just HAVE to. i couldn't stand for him to go back to the dark side again.it is quite possible that ben will eventually make a big sacrifice to HELP the losties, but i just know that he will not be a bad guy again!
LOST Fan - That's kind of the direction I've been headed too. A timeline with and without Jacob intervention. Not sure if it's right, but it sure seems that way right now. I too thought we saw a bit of MIB in the Sideways version of Locke. Whether that is true or not as well? Don't know yet! You did lose me on the MIB's idea of heaven though lol Do we even know if MIB is aware of what will happen if he leaves the island? He may be just as shocked as the losties if it creates a sideways timeline. But it's definitely an interesting idea! Nice parallels between Locke's Hell and MIB's Heaven though. If this all is true, then yes it would seem like MIB was just trying to live off the Island as a normal guy. That would kind of suck that the real Locke ceased to exist in both timelines though. And nice Eagles song reference!
Rukshan, I just can't wait to see Desmond's reaction when he's BACK on the Island. lol He was very adamant about never returning there! I do agree some parts we predicted but I still wouldn't have had them any other way! lol Kind of like predicting Anthony Cooper was the same conman that ripped up Sawyer's family (I always go back to the well on that one)....yeah we all guessed it...but seeing it play out was awesome! I don't want the writers to get TOO Creative with mysteries where it's like "okay, we want to go with Desmond here but the audience will guess that too easily...so let's make it..." the fact is not everyone would have guessed Desmond. Not everyone out there even knew Henry Ian Cusick would be in this final season. I mean, one would hope that what we saw last season wouldn't be the end of his story, but there are people out there that had no idea!But for many of us who speculate about this stuff 24/7 and answer turns out to be what we speculated? Yeah, it seems like it was predictable lol Same thing with Sun and Jin not being married...upon rewatching when I wrote the blog...I noticed the woman call her Miss Paik...and thought that was pretty strange so I noted it in the blog. And I think other people noticed it over time as well after analyzing upon analyzing. But not everyone going into that episode would have even considered the idea that they weren't married. It's all based on the level of effort you put into the POST episode discussions! LOL And I don't think every twist is created equally. Maybe whatever is going on with the Sideways timeline is something we haven't even considered yet. And of course, maybe it's a variation one of the 3 we have come up with. Where am I going with this? I have no idea! Just rambling at this point lol
I'm not sure if it has been mentioned yet, but there was a little debate (between me and my husband) about what Keamy said to Jin before he taped him up. I thought he said he was doing it before he (Jin) figured out what was going to happen to HIM. My husband heard 'before you (Jin) figure out what is going to happen on the ISLAND'.I re-watched the episode on ABC.com and at around the 30:15 mark, Keamy DOES say 'ISLAND'.
Mike V. - Great recap. Thanks! I have to say, the V countdown was beyond obnoxious and annoying! Is a countdown really necessary? Is it that hard to keep track of your time for one hour? For this disaster of a promotional call by a cheeseball ABC executive, I am never going to watch V! I also, am boycotting all ABC programming except LOST through May sweeps. Forgive my language, but Dancing with the Stars can go to...well..go to under the Island.
It's hard for me to view the FS land and island land as being one with and one without Jacob. The reason is that Jacob has had an effect in both, at least it appears that way. Jack's surgery, Ben and his Dad are just examples of why we know at least some of the characters are on FS after some type island life. The assumption there is that Jacob was involved with the island when they were there. I can more buy into a concept where the FS world is post Jacob. But even that is tough because all of the candidates are in the FS world. Unless the escape of Smokey occured, no one took the Jacob job and big time evil as a result did not happen. In my opinion at this point the best possible reason for the FS world is that it is a possibility world, where based on certain events, certain outcomes can occur. At one point, there was thought that it was a "good place, where things worked out" After watching the last couple of episodes, I don't buy into that any more. It seems that whatever happens has both good and bad results. Since so much of the show seems to be wrapped around the concept of choice verse destiny it makes it difficult to relate the FS and island worlds. Without knowing which side the show may take. At this point it seems to be taking the destiny route. Particularly with the upcoming war, foretold for years. 041b061a72