http://www.aintitcool.com/display.cgi?id=19376Episode 18: Numbers
Written by: David Fury (“Walkabout,” “Solitary,” “Special”) & Brent Fletcher (“Angel”).
Centered around: Hurley
Episode 19: Deus Ex Machina
Written by: Damon Lindelof (“Homecoming”) and Carlton Cuse (“Hearts and Minds”)
Centered around: Locke
Episode 20: Do No Harm
Written by: Janet Tamaro (“Line of Fire,” “CSI: New York”)
Centered around: Jack
Episode 21: Sides
Written by: Leonard Dick (“... In Translation”)
Centered around: Sayid
Centered around: Kate
But 22 doesn’t represent season’s end. We confirmed today there are 24 episodes to this supersized first season.
well he did work for a box comapny. That was it. He was a 'reigonal collections manager for a box company'. He tells boone about it in 'All the best cowboys have daddy issues'jlh said:i don't think lock worked at a box company for that long.. maybe only because he was paralyzed....
remember that phonecall at the beginning of that scene? the guy on the other end asked if the line was secure or something?!
I think that's the point though.... to make everyone sceptical that it is bad luck/a curse. Other wise it wouldn't be.....I guess realisitic isn't the right word.... but yeah... realistic.firehose said:Yea i really liked that episode too..... hell, i like every episode of Lost
although i do think that they did go a bit too far in that bad luck thing... surely no one gets THAT MUCH bad luck to get some dude falling down the tower while ur at it
i can't wait to find out the truth behind that hatch though... and the numbers of course [ I wonder how JJ Abrams picked those numbers]