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February 3, 2010
So says author Chris Seay in reaction to Tuesday night's Season 6 premiere of LOST
Chris Seay, author of The Gospel According to Lost, weighs in on Tuesday night's premiere:
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Posted By: Arie | February 4, 2010 5:37 AM
Cool paintings - Although I wonder if your one of Jacob won't change a few episodes from now. You mentioned this in one of your posts, but the lighting and music is impacting our perception of Jacob and the Man in Black. I rewatched the beginning of Season 5's finale after seeing the premiere, and some things about the dialogue between them caught my attention.
Jacob: I assume you're here because of the ship?
MIB: I am.
Going along with the Losties as Exodus theme, MIB may be the "I am" redeemer deity while Jacob is indeed the deceiver, the lier.
Jacob: It only ends once. Anything that happens before that is just progress.
MIB: Do you have any idea how much I want to kill you right now?
Not really sure what to make of this dialogue, except that the I am God has every reason to want to kill death.
Posted By: Susan Lee | February 4, 2010 2:46 PM
I'm so excited to find your blog, Chris! For me, the stories of redemption are what drives Lost and are what intrigue me most about this last season.
And now...darn you!...I have ANOTHER Lost site, blog to stalk! I will be back to hear your insights after tonight's episode.
Posted By: Cheryl | February 9, 2010 4:32 PM
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