Originally posted by Alpha DogAnd, to blow your mind, did Penelope Widmore's ship have... Jack's 'Bad Twin' (i57.photobucket.com)?
This freaked me out, so I checked the episode guide. The actor's name is Len Cordova, though his IMDB profile doesn't yet list the Lost episode. He looks like Matt Fox, maybe just enough that someone in casting had just read 'Bad Twin' and wanted to have some fun.
The 'bad twin' theory I heard about Lost, btw, is tied to the theory that every person has an indentical twin living somewhere in the world, and if they ever meet their twin face-to-face, they both die. The speculation I heard about Lost is that all of the Dharma/Widmore Corp head honchos are the 'bad twins' of Jack, Kate, Locke, etc. They found out about their doppelgangers, arranged for them to be on Flight 815 and got them stranded on Four-Toed Statue Island.
btw, the statue foot actually made me laugh out loud. Not a laugh of derision, but rather a laugh of "I love this show. Sure, a giant four-toed statue foot....PERFECT. Lost, you own me."
I can't wait for next season. And there's no way Eko, Locke or even Desmond are dead. My prediction is that Desmond, Henry Gale and maybe Miss Klugh and Tom join the cast next season.
"He looks like a perverted roofer who knocks off early on warm spring days to drink beer and ogle teenage girls at the river, but wrestles like a man who actually cares about his job." ---DVDVR's Raven Mack on "Gigolo" Jimmy Del Ray
Suborbital?! I thought they were really launching the ashes into space. Not just chucking them up a ways & collecting them back up when Newton wins. What's the point of that? Sending the ashes on a vacation?