Who We Want to See (and who we don’t want to see) in the Final Season

January 31, 2010

By Annie

There are so many rumors, speculation, and announcements about which of our favorite Losties will appear (in many cases this means re-appear) in Lost’s sixth and final season. There are a few obvious favorites and some who we don’t like so much. But sometimes it can be hard to keep track of all the Lost talk. So here’s a short summary of who we want to see, don’t want to see, and who has been confirmed as appearing in the final season of Lost.

1. Charlie Pace

If you read this blog at all, you should know that we love him and obviously want to see him back in Season 6. His tragic but triumphant death scene left us wanting to see as much of Charlie as possible (and aside from a few Desmond flashbacks and Hurley hallucinations, we’ve been seriously disappointed). Luckily, we’ll be seeing more of him this year. Dominic Monaghan is scheduled to appear in four episodes in Season 6.

Status: Confirmed


2. Claire Littleton

What happened to this girl? One day she was a new mother struggling to care for her son on a deserted island, and the next day she takes off to hang out in a weird cabin with her estranged (and supposedly dead) father. Even if you aren’t a huge fan of Claire, she really needs to come back this season just so we can find out where she’s been. Luckily, Emilie de Ravin will be returning to Lost in Season 6.

Status: Confirmed


3. Daniel Faraday

Who doesn’t love this guy? Yep, Jeremy Davies is back, and so is our favorite physicist!

Status: Confirmed


4. Boone Carlyle

Boone was “a sacrifice that the island demanded,” but that doesn’t mean that he can’t return as a weird ghost/apparition/whatever. Apparently the producers agree, since Ian Somerhalder and his eyebrows will be returning in Season 6 for several episodes.

Status: Confirmed


5. Shannon Rutherford

This annoying blonde overstayed her welcome in the first two seasons if you ask me. All the whining and complaining was just a bit much for me, and I’d really rather not have to deal with it in Season 6. Luckily, Maggie Grace has a busy schedule and has not been able to confirm her appearance.

Status: Unconfirmed


6. Charlotte Lewis

Oh Charlotte, your eyes creep me out and your accent is annoying. Furthermore, you take up way too much of Daniel Faraday’s attention. I’d rather not see you in Season 6, but unfortunately I’ll have to. Rebecca Mader has confirmed her appearance.

Status: Confirmed


7. Libby Smith

One of the biggest questions I want to see answered in the final season is what happened with Libby in the mental hospital. She never had any flashback episodes, so the only time we saw her there was through Hurley. Now it’s time for some answers. And Cynthia Watros is returning to Lost, so hopefully we’ll get some backstory.

Status: Confirmed


8. Michael Dawson

Michael has had a lot of ups and downs throughout the last five seasons. My feelings about him are mixed, and I’m sure many of you feel the same way. But Harold Perrineau is returning in Season 6, so we’ll be seeing more of Michael.

Status: Confirmed


9. Walt Lloyd

Walt is “special.” We don’t know why he is special or what makes him special, but I’d really like to find that out. Producers have stated that they would like to bring Walt back, but they are working on a way to overcome how much Malcolm David Kelley has grown since his last appearance.

Status: Unconfirmed


LOST characters explain how to make a sandwich

January 29, 2010

By Katelyn

There are only 5 days left and I know we’re all getting a little anxious!  I found this article on the Grand Rapids Examiner’s website and I thought it was hilarious!  They’re all so completely true.

How To Make a Sandwich on the Island:


  1. Gather ingredients
  2. Point gun at ingredients and shout “HOW DO I MAKE A SANDWICH OUT OF YOU?!?!?”
  3. Breathe heavily through your nose as though you were about to hit ingredients
  4. Give up and make the sandwich yourself, and eat it bitterly


  1. Make separate sandwiches, one with peanut butter and one with jelly
  2. Take a bite of the peanut butter sandwich, declaring it the best
  3. Take a bite of the jelly sandwich, declaring it the best
  4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 ad infinitum
  5. Follow peanut butter or jelly sandwich into grave danger


  1. Throw the jar of jelly at wall, sneering “I don’t need no sandwich”
  2. Call the mascot on the jar of peanut butter lots of clever nicknames
  3. Huff and puff and stomp around and grumble a lot
  4. When no one’s looking, make perfect, even, symmetrical peanut butter and jelly sandwich and sit in a corner, enjoying every bite


  1. Sit idly by, believing that the ingredients will find a way to make a sandwich out of themselves
  2. Lose faith and make the sandwich anyway
  3. Realize that you were the instrument by which the ingredients chose to make a sandwich after all
  4. Run around the room and grab everyone’s knives, insisting that their sandwiches will do the same in time


  1. Make sandwich
  2. Eat sandwich
  3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 ad infinitum


  1. Procure 23 milligrams of uranium-20
  2. Set hadron supercollider to eight megajoules
  3. Program a sandwich-making macro using Cobol or Visual Basic
  4. Act all tough-like


  1. Eat sandwich
  2. Call the sandwich “brother”
  3. Place peanut butter slice over jelly slice
  4. Spread jelly on the other slice
  5. Spread peanut butter on one slice
  6. Take two slices of bread, a jar of peanut butter and a jar of jelly


  1. Steal someone else’s sandwich
  2. Claim you coerced them into making the sandwich for you all along
  3. Say you’ll tell them everything if they make you another sandwich
  4. Stare at them all creepy-like


  1. Lay out plans for one of the most intricate, fascinating, and delicious sandwiches of all time
  2. Just as you start making it, get shot


  1. Apply peanut butter
  2. Disappear for eight months
  3. Apply jelly
  4. Disappear for eight months
  5. Eat sandwich


  1. Mmmmmmm, peanut butter

Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse

  1. Make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich
  2. Have someone take a bite, then tell them it’s a baloney sandwich
  3. Make up a whole bunch of other shit, then say you had planned it all along
  4. Buy a few yachts

Sadly, I can’t track down the original author so if anyone has any leads, let me know so credit can be given.

100 Questions I Need Answered

January 26, 2010

By Katelyn and Annie

These are the questions that I need answered in order to feel at least somewhat satisfied with the ending of Lost.

  1. Where has Charlie been all this time?  (I truly believe he is alive)
  2. Where did the numbers originally come from?
  3. How did the numbers become cursed?
  4. Is what is playing out now in the 1970’s how it originally played out?
  5. Will there still be an extermination of the Dharma by the Others since the Losties have ties with Ben and Richard?
  6. Who is Jacob?
  7. Who is the guy shown at the end of season 5?  The guy that found the loophole.  The guy that hates Jacob.
  8. Why does that guy hate Jacob?  What’s their beef?
  9. Why did he need a loophole?
  10. Is Jacob dead?
  11. Is Juliet dead?
  12. Is Locke dead?
  13. Are all the Losties dead from the H-bomb explosion?
  14. Did the H-bomb actually explode?
  15. Did the H-bomb explosion really reset time and keep Oceanic Flight 815 from crashing?
  16. What is this four-toed statue?
  17. Why is the four-toed statue there?
  18. Who built the four-toed statue?  Aliens?
  19. How did the four-toed statue eventually become just a foot?
  20. Why did Jacob decide to live in the statue?
  21. Why did Jacob move out of his cabin and into the statue?
  22. Why does Jacob’s cabin never stay in one place?
  23. What exactly is smokey?
  24. Where did smokey come from?
  25. Is smokey mechanical?  Animal?  Or just smoke?
  26. Where did the Others come from?
  27. Why were the Others so hostile towards the Dharma?
  28. What’s up with the blast door map?
  29. Where did Claire run off to?
  30. Why did that creepy psychic guy insist Claire raise her baby?
  31. Why did Claire leave Aaron behind?
  32. Are Claire and Christian Shepherd living together in Jacob’s cabin?
  33. Why does Richard Alpert know everything?
  34. Why does Richard Alpert never age?
  35. What kind of eye liner does Richard Alpert use?
  36. How does the island/Richard Alpert heal people?
  37. How come the island/Richard Alpert cannot heal or save pregnant people?
  38. Why do the pregnant women die on the island?
  39. Why is Eloise Hawking off the island?
  40. Why were there the Dharma studying polar bears?
  41. What are the whispers in the jungle?
  42. Where did the temple come from?
  43. Who is older: the temple or Richard Alpert?
  44. Who is older: Richard, Jacob or the loophole guy?
  45. Why do dead people visit Hurley?
  46. Will Libby be the key to everything?
  47. What are the carvings on the temple?
  48. Has Richard always been on the island?
  49. Will Jin wear his hair in another ponytail?
  50. Will Jack and Kate end up together?
  51. Will Juliet and Sawyer find each other again?
  52. How did a hydrogen bomb get on the island?
  53. Who are “Adam and Eve”?
  54. Why is Walt special?
  55. Why did Walt always appear to the Losties?
  56. Is Walt the key to everything?
  57. Where did the weird wheel come from?
  58. How does it have powers to move the island?
  59. Why is it really icy cold where the wheel is?
  60. Why is “the exit” of the island in the middle of some dessert?
  61. How does Jacob communicate with Richard?  Has he seen him in person?
  62. How did the Black Rock end up in the middle of the island?
  63. What happened to its crew?
  64. Why was Charles Widmore so interested in the Black Rock?
  65. Why does Widmore want the island back?
  66. Does Widmore know about the Lamp Post?
  67. Why did supply drops continue to happen after the Others wiped out the Dharma?
  68. How did Dharma find the island to make the supply drops?
  69. So there are Dharma off of the island?  Don’t they know everyone has been killed?
  70. Who is the real Henry Gale?
  71. How did he break his neck?
  72. Who buried him?
  73. Why did Alex appear to Ben and tell him that he has to follow John Locke’s every command?
  74. What is Frank a candidate for?
  75. Why does Ilana seem to know so much?
  76. Why did she burn Jacob’s cabin?
  77. How did Ilana and here crew know to be on that flight?
  78. What are the rules that everyone is always talking about?
  79. Why did Jacob visit/stalk all of the Losties in the past?
  80. Why were these people chosen to be on the island?
  81. Does the island really act like a person?  Does it choose things/people?
  82. Why does the island have all of these weird scientific properties?
  83. Will all the Losties ever be in the same time period again?
  84. How will they all be in the same time as period as each other?
  85. Will Jin and Sun be reunited?
  86. Will all of this just keep repeating no matter what?
  87. Will Desmond wind up back on the island?
  88. Is John Locke really John Locke back from the dead?  Or is John Locke still dead that Jacob’s enemy just living inside?
  89. Who is the good guy in this war?  Does it all depends on our individual morals?
  90. Why was Libby in the insane asylum?
  91. How did she get out and become a clinical psychologist?
  92. What was “the incident?”
  93. If “the incident” was what happened in the episode “The Incident” (the bomb exploding), how did Dr. Change survive to talk about “the incident” in the orientation films?
  94. What is Dharma’s connection to Ann Arbor, Michigan?
  95. Who will live?
  96. Who will die?
  97. Will everyone leave the island?
  98. Will the island be destroyed?
  99. Will we all be satisfied?
  100. Will this truly be the end?

(some of these came from scifiwire.com)

Hopefully some of these questions will be answered over the next few months.  As they’re answered I’ll make sure to fill you all in, in case you missed it!

Season 6 Episode Titles

January 26, 2010

According to DarkUFO these are the episode titles for season six!

8 days and counting…

January 25, 2010

Season 6 Must Be The End!

January 25, 2010

By Katelyn

As posted earlier, the creators of Lost can no longer guarantee that season six will be the end of Lost.

At first I was really excited at the thought of more seasons, a spin-off television show, or even an action packed, multi-million dollar movie deal.  But the more I’m pondering the idea, the more I hope it doesn’t happen.

Lost has evolved into this complicated and intense storyline that only the strong have endured over the last five seasons.  I am so proud that I have survived the journey from the beginning and I often feel over-protective of the show.

I am afraid that if season six is not the end then Lost will be exploited and everything we love about it will be ruined.  It will be just another mass media, money maker that serves no other purpose.

Plus, I do not with to discuss Lost theories and story lines with the inevitable newbies who think they are “experts” because they saw the movie but skipped the first six television seasons.

Season 6 must be the end… unless there’s a seventh season!