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You sure? I hit up lostpedia and everything. Dang it!
Also, I didn’t notice the sailboat in the episode, or the mention of the “button” that the MRI tech gave Desmond, but I sure didn’t miss the GIANT PAINTING OF A SCALE FULL OF BLACK AND WHITE ROCKS on the wall in Widmore’s office.
It’s all clear to me now.
Eloise knew she had to send her son back in time even though she knew she’d end up shooting him because he needed to convince the flight 815 passengers who were back in time to set off the nuke so that the Orchid would get screwed up and they’d have to build the hatch and Desmond would have to sail a boat and crash and push a button for years and survive the magnetic implosion event and get his visions so that he would time/dimension jump and save the world from smokeLocke. But THEN Eloise somehow somehow cultivated this imaginary universe so that Daniel wouldn’t die and she’s trying to keep him from figuring it out because she doesn’t want him to be dead from her killing him in the past later.
HOWEVER, Meriadoc Brandybuck is seeing visions of Claire, Daniel is seeing Bloodynose the Redhead, and Desmond is seeing Penny. Soon, Jack will be seeing Kate, Sawyer will be seeing Juliet, and the Imaginationverse will implode.
The love certain men have for certain women conquers all time paradoxes. That’s what Daniel Farraday’s dream equation says.
I hated this movie, so I only saw it once. However, wasn’t it the Mir space station, not the International Space Station? Because I don’t think the ISS existed at the time.
At any rate, the fact that there was a GAS PUMP for REFUELING SPACE SHUTTLES on the station was just amazing. That’s how space travel works, you guys.
I told my mother the basic premise of this movie (an old guy telling his old wife the story of how they met without her realizing it) and she cried. She never watched the movie, though, because I assured her she was crying about a much better movie that she had just made up in her mind.