Remember the shock when the camera zoomed up the hatch after the guy put on the record and gave himself a shot in the arm with the tranquilizer gun thing, and you realized there was a dude with orange juice on the island? I screamed into my pillow. And someone's having a book club while Ethan fixes her air-conditioning...ON the ISLAND!
And Charlie. Sweet Charlie.
Oh, the good ole' days.
Well, no use dwelling on the past. Moving on...
I think Charles Whidmore is Penny and Desmond's son. For real guys. So Ben tries to kill Penny, Desmond beats him up, Ben escapes, and Desmond goes to Eloise. He gets his family to the island to save Penny's life....but gets there a LONG time ago. Richard finds their son Charlie and thinks he's their "special" leader. So he grows up on the island. Turns out he's not special.
And when does Locke actually return to the island after turning the wheel? Maybe a LONG time ago. So he could be responsible for a lot of stuff off of the island before they even get there in the first place?
And Rose is a "time traveler" like Desmond because they were both exposed to a lot of radiation (her chemo) which is why she knows so much.
And the guy who talks to dead people is the Dharma guys son, and he grew up on the island with Charlotte. Which is why he has nose bleeds, too. But he and Charlotte never met because Whidmore made sure they didn't because he didn't want them to recognize eachother when they teamed up.
And Frank the pilot has something serious to do with it all. I'm pretty sure.
And remember the "Economist"? The boss of Syid's red-head girlfriend who ends up shooting him for a name? Her boss doesn't like technology. Like Jacob (he freaked out over JOhn's flashlight). And like Locke. Hmmm. Maybe Locke was the Economist.
And Kate is pregnant with Jack's baby. To immitate Claire on the first flight.
And Charlie visited Hugo. And Whidmore set up Syid's arrest, with a twist I can't figure out because he's not surprised to see everyone on the plane. And Claire came for Aaron. Or something like that.
This was a compilation of sleeplessness and online theories that have been plaguing me this weekend.
I feel much better.
And Richard Alpert was on the Black Rock.