One of my favorite shows, Lost, is returning to Wednesday nights at 9 p.m. for the fifth season. It’s going to premiere with a clip show, presumably at 8, followed by a two-hour premiere.
Not only that, but the season will be seventeen episodes long, instead of the sixteen that were originally ordered. This is to compensate for the episodes missed due to the writer’s strike.
Lost is going to run through the end of the sixth and final season, which is expected to start in January or February 2010.
As you can probably tell, this blog hadn’t been updated in well over a year. That is about to change.
I’ve decided to start writing about entertainment.
I will inject a few personal things from time to time. Perhaps some religion, perhaps some politics, but for the most part it’ll be all video games, movies, tv, DVD and the like.
I’ve been wanting a place like this to have as an outlet for writing about my interests for some time now, and I’m looking forward to sharing that with people in the months to come. A lot of things have happened in the last year or so, and I’m hoping to write about some stories that have, perhaps, been written about to death, but simply because I am interested in those topics.
Look for new topics on Star Wars, Ghostbusters and more very shortly.
Alright. They’ve announced the titles of the first three episodes of Season 2 of Lost. Lost is currently my favorite show on television, so bear with me as I pull out the analyitical side of this blog, and talk about my theories as to what exactly is going to happen, based on the entirety of Season 1, and the mere titles of the episodes. Granted, I could be far off, as Lost is a very very twisting show, but we shall see. And beware, there are season ONE spoilers in here.
“Man of Science, Man of Faith” written by Damon Lindelof
Speculation: Jack is a doctor, the Man of Science. Locke is the Man of Faith. I believe that this episode will focus on the struggles between these two characters. Both are alpha males, but in many different ways.
Jack has no agenda, seemingly flying by the seat of his pants and rushing into things and making judgement calls on things without really thinking them through, most of the time. He makes many many assumptions and, while he believes he’s in the right most of the time, sometimes he’s wrong and ends up hurting more people than just himself. This is a character without real direction. All we know is that he’s a leader, and that he wants what is best for the people on the island.
Locke is a man of Faith. He’s a somewhat eccentric character that quietly became a favorite of fans of the show. He was paraplegic, but by a miracle he is now able to walk again. What I’d like to know is, what made him paraplegic? “Walkabout” was a great episode featuring him, that revealed this problem, and the next episode (that featured flashbacks of Locke) he could walk. This is a man that believes that they are all there for a reason, that there is some big reason for all of this, and that it is some sort of supernatural force that is responsible for it. Locke is borderline fanatic, and I hope that he does not cross that line, as it could very well destroy the character that they’ve built up so well. I hope that he doesn’t turn out to be a villainous character.
“Adrift” written by Steven Maeda & Leonard Dick
Speculation: Adrift will probably feature the survivors still afloat on the remains of the raft: Michael, Jin and Sawyer. Their adventure at sea ended in disaster, and the aftermath, I have a feeling, will be shocking for these characters, as where they end up isn’t where they are going to try to get to. I think they’re going to ain for returning to the island, but come in on the other side and run into more survivors.
“Orientation” written by Javier Grillo-Marxuach & Craig Wright
Speculation: In the aftermath of the bouts between Jack and Locke, the people of the island will begin to separate..orienting themselves with the views of either Jack or Locke. This split is a very dangerous thing for the people there, as it causes definite division in the ranks and clique mentality. The only resolution that I can think of, would be if something big happened that required them all to work together, and also required the use of all the skills that they have, including the doctor and the hunter…Jack and Locke.
Well, there you have it..my theories based on the first three episode titles. I took the safer route by just talking about the essenses of the story and staying away from as many specific plot points as I could. We’ll see what holds up, though, when the show comes back.
My favorites of 2004:
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King :: Best Picture of 2003 :: 11 Academy Awards
Harry Potter and the Prizoner of Azkaban
The Passion of the Christ
Extreme Makeover Home Edition
I hadn’t seen a single episode of any of those shows before 2004. Now I’m a huge fan of all of them.
You know what is a funny show? Scrubs. Wow, what a funny show! It resulted in this conversation I had with my friend Malachi at the http://www.matrixfans.net chatroom:
[09:24] Malachi: Dr. Daman is going to take care of you
[09:24] * Malachi looks scared
[09:24] say “who’s Dr. Daman”
[09:27] who is Mr. Daman?
[09:27] without the Mr.
[09:28] who is Dr. Daman?
[09:28] without the Dr.
[09:28] who is Daman?
[09:28] I’m DA MAN!
[09:28] THAT WAS FUN!
[09:28] DOING THAT WITH YOU