Foreign Theory: The Prodigal Sons (and Daughters) Return


I really like this theory from the Doc Arzt blog.  He’s theorizing that perhaps Bram, Ilana and co. are the sons and daughters of people from the Dharma Initiative.  That would mean that Miles and Charlotte would really fit in with them. 

This theory also goes along with a less foreign theory from of the readers of this blog, that the group is the reformed Dharma Initiative (see here, look for Publicola’s comment).  Remember those tests that we did in the fall, perhaps those weren’t just casual fun, maybe they were “real” (haha, that almost made sense for a second).

506-ms-hawking-lamp-post-01My theory is that this group is funded, or at least organized, by Eloise Hawking.  That could fit in with any of these theories.  Whatever happens, I’m really liking this new group, they’re sinister but smart.  And Bram is way better than Keamy (sorry MissScarlett).

– izi

4 Responses to “Foreign Theory: The Prodigal Sons (and Daughters) Return”

  1. April 21, 2009 at 6:04 am

    Well, that’s an interesting idea. And it would fit in with all the father-issues everyone else has. The only flaw of sorts I can see is how did the kids of the Dharma folk find out about their deaths? I always assumed the Purge killed everyone, but mostof my assumptions about LOST are usually wrong.

  2. 2 Bones
    April 21, 2009 at 6:32 am

    I’m not sold on Hawking running or funding a re-formed Dharma group. she always referred to Dharma as “they” or “them.” I remember izi pointing this out in 316, when she was explaining how they found the Island. She may have a connection to the 3rd Party, but if she does, I don’t think the 3rd party is Dharma.

  3. April 21, 2009 at 3:39 pm

    Didn’t Widmore know about The Purge? And wouldn’t the Ann Arbour Dharma people start to suspect something? Maybe The Hostiles contacted Dharma after the Purge and told them not to come back.
    You’re probably right, and if the two theories are mutually exclusive then I’m leaning more towards Eloise being the leader.
    – izi

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