Archive for the 'Vital Scenes' Category


V.S. – Walt’s Powers 4 & 5


122 – Born to Run

507 – The Life & Death of Jeremy Bentham

Scene Synopsis

122- Born to Run

During a random story-related conversation Locke touches Walt.  After they touch Walt gives Locke a strange look and the following conversation ensues:

122-walt-locke1LOCKE: What’s the matter?
WALT: Don’t open it.
LOCKE: What’d you say?
WALT: Don’t open it, Mr. Locke. Don’t open that thing.
LOCKE: What? What thing?
WALT: Just don’t open it.

507 – The Life & Death of Jeremy Bentham

Locke reunites with Walt and they have this conversation:

122-walt-01WALT: Hey, John.
LOCKE: Hi, Walt.
WALT: What happened?
LOCKE: I hurt my leg. You don’t seem surprised to see me.
WALT: I’ve been having dreams about you. You were on the Island, wearing a suit, and there are people all around you. They wanted to hurt you, John.


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V.S. – Walt’s Powers 1, 2 & 3


114 – Special

Missing Pieces #6 – Room 23

Scene Synopsis

In the Flashback Walt is sitting reading a book about a specific bird, Walt starts feeling ignored, and lo and behold the bird appears.

114-birdLater in the episode Walt is reading the famous Polar Bear comic.  Michael, in an uncharacteristic fit of rage, destroys the comic.  Walt feels angry.  Later still, Walt is trapped by a Polar Bear in a bamboo grove.

Walt isn’t actually in this Missing Piece, but Ben and Juliet refer to him and it seems as though the Others are trying to brainwash him in Room 23.  He’s scaring everyone by unknown means and Juliet is trying to convince Ben that he’s dangerous.  He says Walt’s “special” and that Jacob wants him there.  Juliet proceeds to show Ben a pile of birds outside the boarded up window of Room 23.


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V.S. – Claire’s Vision


110 – Raised by Another

Scene Synopsis

Claire has a frightening dream where she finds herself depregnantized and searching for her child.  She follows the crying noises to a table where Locke is sitting, shuffling through Tarot cards. 

110 - Claire LockeWhile still looking down he says:

CLAIRE: What’s happening?
LOCKE: You know what’s happening.
CLAIRE: But I don’t understand. Why –?
LOCKE: He was your responsibility but you gave him away, Claire. Everyone pays the price now.

Then Locke looks up at her and you can clearly see that he has one black eye and one white eye.


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V.S. – Adam & Eve


106 – House of the Rising Sun

Scene Synopsis

Jack finds these two skeletons in the caves.  He says the clothes indicated they have been dead for 40 or 50 years.  He also discovers a bag with a Black and White rocks inside.  Locke later gives them the nicknames Adam & Eve.


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V.S. – Jack Sees Christian 1 2 & 3

105 - Christian 02Episode:

104 – Walkabout

105 – White Rabbit

Scene Synopsis

At the very end of episode 104 Jack sees Christian standing in the Ocean.

In 105 Jack sees Christian all over the Island, but never manages to talk to him.  He also find his empty coffin. 

This is essentially Christian’s origin story.

(I could also mention Christian’s first appearence in the Missing Pieces, but it doesn’t add much to the discussion.)


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V.S. – Locke Sees the Light

104 - Locke 1Episode:

104 – Walkabout

105 – White Rabbit

305 – The Cost of Living

Scene Synopsis

In Walkabout all we see is Locke looking up at something.  We don’t see what he is looking at.

104 - Locke 2In White Rabbit he vaguely mentions it:

LOCKE: I’ve looked into the eye of this island. And what I saw was beautiful.

In The Cost of Living Locke, presumably, talks about that same experience during this conversation with Eko:

LOCKE: So, what exactly did you see back there? I saw it once, you know.
EKO: And what did you see?
LOCKE: I saw a very bright light. It was beautiful.
EKO: That is not what I saw.

105 - Locke Jack 1Analysis

The Walkabout scene is one of those completely mysterious scenes.  We all makes assumptions about it, but the amount of info we don’t know about far exceeds what we do know.  Even connecting these three scenes is presumptuous of me.  The first two scenes are most definitely related.  But I have no idea if the scene in Walkabout is the one that Locke is referring to in The Cost of Living.  Perhaps he was talking about the implosion of The Swan, or maybe the time that Desmond turned on the light in Season 1.

305-smokey-eko-02But let’s just be presumptuous.  For the sake of this post I’m going to assume these two scenes are connected.

The big question about this scene is, what did Locke see?  In the back of all of our minds we think that he saw Smokey.   Even if we don’t want to believe that we still have to consider it.  Maybe Locke did see Smokey, maybe he saw a different side of Smokey that we’ve never seen.  Perhaps when Smokey is in a docile mood he turns “bright” and “beautiful”.  I find that very hard to believe.  Locke doesn’t show any recognition of Smokey the next time he see him, in the finale.

516 - Jacob 04I think that Locke stumbled upon something new in that scene, new, as in not Smokey.  Many people have stated that they believe that Esau and Smokey are the same being(?)… individual(?)… power(?)….. the same.. thing.  So, if that is true (I don’t really want to believe that) wouldn’t it logically follow that Jacob would have a similar non-corporeal form.  There are very obvious distinctions between the Jacob and Esau characters, most notably the contrast of black and white, with Esau dressed in black and shown as a brunette, and Jacob wearing white and having blond hair(interestingness: the etymology of blond/blonde).  Wouldn’t it make sense for their spirit forms to be similarly opposite?  Couldn’t we expect Jacob’s version of Smokey to be the opposite of Smokey?  Instead of Black oppressiveness he would be bright and shining.

– izi


V.S. – Backgammon

102 - Locke WaltEpisode:

102 – Pilot (part 2)

Scene Synopsis

Walt approaches Locke who is fiddling with a Backgammon game.  They talk about the game, and they both share some info about each other.  In the end Locke has a potentially signifcant line.

102 - LockeHere’s the transcript:

WALT: What is it, like checkers?
LOCKE: Not really, it’s a better game than … checkers. You play checkers with your Pop?
WALT: No. I live in Australia with my mom.
LOCKE: You have no accent.
WALT: Yeah, I know. We move a lot. She got sick. She died a couple of weeks ago.
LOCKE: You’re having a bad month.
WALT: I guess.
102 - WaltLOCKE: Backgammon is the oldest game in the world. Archeologists found sets when they excavated the ruins of ancient Mesopotamia. Five thousand years old. That’s older than Jesus Christ.
WALT: Did they have dice and stuff?
LOCKE: [nods] Mhhm. But theirs weren’t made of plastic. Their dice were made of bones.
WALT: Cool.
LOCKE: Two players. Two sides. One is light … one is dark. Walt, do you want to know a secret?

(From: Lostpedia)

516 - Jacob 01Analysis

That last line could possibly be one of the most significant lines in regards to the Season 5 finale and also into Season 6.  We’ve seen the two sides now, Jacob’s side and Esau’s side.  It’s obviously up to you who you think is good or not, but the two do represent two opposing sides under two different colors or idealogies. I still think that Jacob is good and Esau (or whatever you want to call him) is evil.

516 - Esau 02What I find most significant about this scene is that it’s between Locke and Walt.  Originally I thought this scene came across with a racist tone  but it now turns out that Locke is the one who ends up on the “dark” side.  So where does that leave Walt?  My greatest hope for the final season is that Walt will come back.  And if he does I think it would be epic if he had to face down Locke.

What do you think?  Was Locke just being a creep or does this scene tell us what will happen in Season 6?

– izi

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