Lost Update – We Can Work It Out
Posted by LOTGK on November 7, 2004
ABC Lost In Virtual Reality Update – 11/07/2004
Think of what you’re saying.
You can get it wrong and still you think that it’s all right.
Think of what I’m saying,
We can work it out and get it straight, or say good night.
We can work it out,
We can work it out.
Life is very short, and there’s no time
For fussing and fighting, my friend.
I have always thought that it’s a crime,
So I will ask you once again.
Continuing with the Grassy Knoll Institute theory that the islanders were abducted by aliens and are in a virtual reality experiment in human behavior, Wednesdays episode strengthened my position.The group splits in two, one stays on the shore line in hopes of signaling a rescue ship while the other group hunkers down in the jungle in an area with fresh water, shade, and a defensible perimeter. Then something happens, the doctor, (Jack) gets trapped in the cave and the group comes together and tries to dig him out. They can only open up a small entrance and someone must shimmy through and help Jack. The rock star, Charlie, who thinks the rest of the group doesn’t think he is helping out, the same rock star who is hooked on drugs, volunteers to go. He reaches Jack and in his attempts to free him, causes another rockslide and now both are trapped.
Jacks love interest, Kate, the mysterious woman running from the law gets news of the cave in and works feverishly to rescue Jack. The whole group is coming together, working together, with a plan.
Amazingly, the rock star sees a moth, and follows the moth to safety and both he and Jack walk to the group and Jacks love interest runs to him and wraps her arms around him.
Also, another miracle occurs on this episode.Charlie, he rock star, has been addicted for years to a hard drug, and John Locke, the bald man with knives finds out, takes his drug stash, and helps him in two days to kick his habit. Charlie takes the drugs and throws it into the fire for he is finally free. One would think that it would be a long painful withdrawal being addicted for years.
Why does this strengthen my theory? Thanks for asking. Very logical actually. Tonight’s episode was a classic laboratory study on human behavior and how when faced with danger and adversity, the entire group pulls together. Hence, Charlie volunteering to squeeze through the hole and the rest digging and removing rubble endlessly.
Also, what a coincidence that Jack and Charlie spot a moth and it leads them to the cave exit. Very convenient indeed.
Tune in next week for the next update.
LURKING ON THE GRASSY KNOLL