That Dharma site looks VERY suspicious. I visited it with Firefox and I'm still worried about my computer. That said, what's up with the code at the bottom. I couldn't get it to work for me. Is there anything to make it work? Whoever is running that site, they are having quite the time with us...
Whether Nathan was an other or not, its all moot, since he and Goodwin are both now dead. In the end, I think he was a red herring, but whatever.
Originally posted by piemanI was having trouble switching Josh Randall (the actor)from his character as Doctor Mike on "Ed."
Ugh... I *knew* I recognized him. I don't think I would have been as suspicious of him if I was able to place him instead of racking my brain the whole time.
I thought they made it pretty clear that Eko went silent as atonement/punishment for his killing. He looks to be my favorite character of the others. I anxiously await his backstory.
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For other Lost sites (like http://www.thehansofoundation.org), the WHOIS information comes up as registered by ABC in July. The Dharmainitiative was registered in early October. It is not affiliated with the show.
Originally posted by Pizza Delivery JonesAs far as the episode went, the timing seemed off for some reason. You're telling me it was 40 days in before Boone used the radio? You're telling me that it's only been a week since he died?
I'm glad I wasn't the only one that thought this was a little off. But, I mean, the writers have been really good at maintaining continuity in this series, so maybe this is the case. Anybody else have any thoughts on this matter regarding Boone's death?
Does anybody remember if the creepy looking guy from the Dharma Initiative orientation video was wearing an eye patch? I could have sworn he was, which makes me think that glass eyeball they found in the bunk belongs (or belonged) to him.
And another question I meant to ask before: does anybody else think the Others are former Dharma Initiative workers/volunteers? It looks like they're all dressed similarly to Desmond (i.e., the brownish jumpsuit), plus Goodwin's comment about taking the good people seems to go with the kind of twisted concept of saving the world that one might have after working on that project for a few years.
...just in case the writers/producers have completely lost their minds. I'm positive it's a joke. During interviews, those involved with the show tend to mention some of the more ridiculous rumors/theories that spread about the show, including ones like that. I'm not sure if it's an "official" Lost site or not, but regardless it seems to exist just to have a little fun with the audience (notice also the "UnLocke" button).
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I have the answer to the Dharmainitiative.com hidden text.
Back when Smackdown left the CW I remember hearing that one of the reasons was they wanted to focus on the female television viewers. Obviously they aren't going to cancel Supernatural and Smallville because they are two of their most popular shows.