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i would also like to see the backstory that finally reveals how locke ended up in a wheelchair
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i would also like to see the backstory that finally reveals how locke ended up in a wheelchair

True.  Lock has the most screwed up backstory though.  Seriously, the guy can't catch a break.
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i think they should put out a dvd with all the backstories put together. that would be cool
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i would also like to see the backstory that finally reveals how locke ended up in a wheelchair

Spoilers say that locke's wheelchair backstory is in the episode after this next one.

Also, I am kind of upset that the Others aren't part of Dharma, especially after watching this preview from the next episode...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DP5fVmjXJ9s

See...if the Others were just the people that had been on the island before and Dharma came in and there was a conflict, that would be just fine. BUT this scene, combined with what we know of how Juliet got to the island, tells me that the Others are more of an organized force, maybe even a rival corporation/project/government/something to Dharma. Of course they seem to have no problem using all of Dharma's old stuff either. That just really bugs me. Why even pretend to be part of them? Maybe Dharma is just a straw man kind of thing, setup to keep people off the trail of the REAL organization...aka whatever this Jacob guy is in charge of.
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you are doomed in the fated sense, but that's completely irrelevant because that's only from the viewpoint of someone who is not constrained by time. since you are temporal, for all intents and purposes you have the power to change your future

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In general it seems that people really liked this episode. I am not one of them. This episode may actually be the one that gets me to stop watching Lost.
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The format was good...everyone else's story was good...the whole thing with the diamonds was dumb beyond belief.
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