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'Lost' Season 6 Premiere Recap

by Ryan McKee, posted Feb 2nd 2010 11:45PM
The beginning of the end didn't fail to raise more questions than it answer, which is what 'Lost' have have come to expect. At the beginning of the 'Lost' season 6 premiere,

it seemed Jack's plan to blow up the island and set the survivors paths back on course before the flight worked. Jack is sitting on Oceanic Flight 815 drinking his weak airline cocktail. Rose is sitting next to him when turbulence suddenly makes that familiar shake. However, as quickly as it begins, it stops.The beginning of the end didn't fail to raise more questions than it answer, which is what 'Lost' have have come to expect. At the beginning of the 'Lost' season 6 premiere, it seemed Jack's plan to blow up the island and set the survivors paths back on course before the flight worked. Jack is sitting on Oceanic Flight 815 drinking his weak airline cocktail. Rose is sitting next to him when turbulence suddenly makes that familiar shake. However, as quickly as it begins, it stops.

Cut back to the island where an alternate reality is happening. Jack, Kate, Hurley, Sawyer, Jin, Miles, and a half-dead Sayid are back from 1974 to the present. They're strewn about the destroyed Swan hatch, when suddenly they hear a faint call. Juliet is amazingly still alive beneath the rubble.


Unfortunately, when Sawyer finally gets to her, she doesn't make it. Before passing, she almost tells him something, but Miles has to translate after she dies instead: "It worked."

We must infer that Jack's plan worked as an alternated reality unfolds in which the plane never crashed. Locke is still paralyzed from the waist down. Kate is in custody. Hurley's hair is shorter and explains to Sawyer that his luck never fails. Boone is sitting by Locke and Charlie is choking on a bag of heroin in the bathroom. Yes, everything is back to "normal."

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However, back on the island, in a different realm, the group is meeting the Other Others. They live in the Temple, where we thought only the Smoke Monster resided. After the Other Others fail to bring Sayid back to life, Hurley tells them that Jacob is dead. This sends them into a panic, fearing that "he" will soon be coming.

"He" turns out to be Locke.



Well, not really. Locke is dead. "He" is Jacob's nemesis (still unnamed), who has somehow taken over Locke's body and convinced Ben to kill Jacob. And yes, he's on a mission, after saying that Richard should still (?!) be in chains and knocking him out. Wait, before your brain explodes ... Sayid comes back from the dead! Boom!





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