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Alcatraz Secrets – The Pilot Episode

Posted by LOTGK on January 18, 2012

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The Grassy Knoll Institute Reveals All The Secrets About The FOX network Series, ALCATRAZ.

I watched the new FOX network series Alcatraz last night. My interest was piqued not because it was a new series by ABC Lost producer J.J. Abrams, but because my wife and I had recently visited Alcatraz island and took the in-depth tour. (It was a fantastic tour, well worth the time and money if you are ever in San Francisco)

The show began with a voice over history of the closing of the “Rock,” March 21st, 1963 where 256 prisoners were taken to other maximum security prisons for Alcatraz was quickly eroding and was very costly to maintain.

The next scene was modern-day on the island as hundreds of tourists were walking the grounds when out of thin air former inmate #2024 Jack Sylvanne appears in solitary. Jack was 85 years old but didn’t age a day since he left Alcatraz in 1963.

A flashback to 1963 shows two security guards coming onto the island to find it deserted. (Flashbacks, oh no, not another Lost on our hands)

Back to present time:
Jack steals a coat and boards one of the boats docked and returns back to San Francisco. He immediately hunts down former Deputy Warden E.B. Tiller who was a rotten S.O.B. to Jack and apparently the other inmates. (Ahh, the plot of Alcatraz is revealed)

Enter Emerson Houser, the mysterious government man who has an office below Alcatraz prison. He reveals to detective Rebecca Madsen and Doc Diego Soto (Hurley from Lost) that he has been waiting a long time for the return of the prisoners than vanished in 1963. He seems to know more that what he reveals to Madsen and Doc.

Of course Jack is captured and secretly taken to a hidden facility in the woods. When the steel doors open, inside is an exact replica of Alcatraz prison.

Another prisoner appears and goes on a shooting spree and he is captured but before he is, he shoots Lucy Banerjee, Houser’s side kick. She is in critical condition but another flash back reveals that she was at the prison in 1960 and she hasn’t aged a day.

Cue the Alcatraz logo and music.

Just what is the Grassy Knoll Institutes Alcatraz theory…
Well, Alcatraz certainly has the look and feel like ABC Lost. Flash backs, mystery, time travel, good guys, bad guys, Hurley, a Juliet replacement in detective Madsen, (Great rack) even a character named Jack. Numbers like in Lost are seen throughout the Alcatraz pilot. We have Lost island and Alcatraz island, both have some strange goings on there. Both had some sort of time travel with castaways and inmates gone missing. Maybe even aliens that conducted experiments on the inmates. (Tongue in cheek)

The facts are this:

* The inmates mysteriously disappeared March 21st, 1963.

* The main characters are connected to each other.

* Blood was taken from inmates for some reason.

* One inmate knew something bad was going to happen.

* Lucy is 80 plus years old but appears to be in her 20’s.

* Houser knows more than he is letting on.

* Houser was one of two guards that found the prison empty.

* Madsen has a great rack.

* The inmates that returned are afraid and seem to have no free will of their own. Almost as if they were being controlled by a hidden force.

* Humankind does not have the technology to transport people in time, prevent them from aging, or suspended animation.

OK, here goes, my preliminary theory is:
The inmates were abducted from a mysterious consortium of men from the future. The inmates were then put into suspended animation until present day. The reason for the abduction is to use the inmates to change the course of history for the benefit of the consortium. Once their mission is complete, world events will unfold differently.

Added bonus: Notice the futuristic Alcatraz prison Houser takes the prisoners after they completed their mission. Perhaps this is where the prisoners are put back on ice until they are needed again.

Your thoughts….

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Lost Update Twilight Zone: Where Is Everyone

Posted by LOTGK on December 10, 2009

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Countdown To February - The Final Season

It has been a little while since my last Lost update and as we patiently wait for the start of season six, the final season of Lost to begin February second, 2010. As promised earlier, we are going to discuss the correlation between Rod Serling’s science fiction television program, The Twilight Zone, (1959-1964) and the current ABC network hit, Lost.

Some Background Before we Proceed:
The Twilight Zone was a classic science fiction television series created by Rod Serling that aired from 1959 to 1964. Each episode intertwined the supernatural with topical moral events in today’s society ending with a twist convoluting the outcome. I argue that the same can be said about ABC Lost. The castaways are more than just stranded on an island. There are mysterious forces at work of powers unknown. And just like the Twilight Zone, a twist is inserted in the story convoluting the outcome.

The Twilight Zone had a standard format. Each episode began with a prologue, usually with the host, Rod Serling doing the voice over introducing the characters and setting. At the end of the show, Serling would offer up a final narration of what the viewer just witnessed.

Tonight’s offering is: Season 1 Episode 1 Where Is Everybody

I think once you see the similarities of both programs, you will quickly realize that Lost is a modern day Twilight Zone.

Monologue:
The place is here, the time is now, and the journey into the shadows that we’re about to watch could be our journey.

Plot:
Mike Ferris wakes and finds himself in a strange town all alone. He is dressed in an air force uniform but doesn’t remember how he got there. As he walks through town, he seems to have just missed finding people as he sees water dripping from faucets, stoves burning, food cooking, tea boiling, cigarettes in ashtrays but no living sole in sight. While in the street, he clicks the traffic walk sign which brings him back to reality. Mr. Ferris was in an experiment for the space agency, testing his ability to cope with being alone in the void of space.

Epilogue:
Up there, up there in the vastness of space, in the void that is sky, up there is an enemy known as isolation. It sits there in the stars waiting, waiting with the patience of eons, forever waiting… in the Twilight Zone.

Lost Tie In:
Ben Linus is Mr. Ferris. Perhaps Ben is also in an experiment, one to study absolute power and authority and how it affects morality. Similar attire, air force jump suit Mr. Ferris wears and the Dharma institute jump suit Ben wears. The empty town Mr. Ferris sees and the empty village Ben sees. Mr. Ferris in some outlandish experiment dealing with isolation and Ben isolated from the outside world in the middle of some outlandish experiment.

Mr. Ferris then clicks the traffic sign and returns to reality. Perhaps that is what Ben is about to do as well. Click the button and return from scratch. With a new cast and new scenario.

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Lost Update – A Tale Of Two Cabins

Posted by LOTGK on August 11, 2009

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Lost Update – Summer Of Lost – 08/11/2009

News Flash Lost fans!!!
I was re-watching the season five finale of Lost last night, and I noticed something startling that I did not before. About forty minutes into the two hour finale, Sawyer, Kate, and Juliet, (The big rack blond) were walking through the jungle and happened upon Rose and Bernard and Walt’s dog Vincent. Rose and Bernard were separated from the group during the flaming arrow episode and the two have been living in harmony ever since in a little cabin by the woods.

So what! Big deal! What is the big news flash? Well, a few minutes past that scene, when Juliet declined to have tea with Rose and Bernard saying perhaps another time, the scene switched to Lapidus and the other group of others carting the silver crate holding the body of John Locke. Just where did they land up. That’s right, they wound up at Jacob’s cabin, which is Rose and Bernard’s humble abode.

Take a closer look at both scenes. The huge tree on the right side, the cabin, the lay of the land. Rose and Bernard’s cabin is the same as Jacob’s.

Just how does this tie in to my Lost theory? I know Lost hasn’t aired a new show since May, but come on, you couldn’t have forgotten my theory already can you? In case you are new here, or need a refresher course…

Just what is the Grassy Knoll Institutes Lost theory….I’ve been waiting a long time to tell you…..
Although it appears the survivors of Oceanic flight 815 are on a tropical island, they are being deceived. There is no island. The survivors are in a virtual reality laboratory. All the castaways are interconnected to one another sharing each others thoughts, memories, and feelings. While in this virtual reality laboratory, a battery of physical and mental experiments are performed on them. And who is running these experiments? As Juliet stated, the Aliens of course.

At the end of season five, the ying and yang became the main focus. Good versus evil. Right and wrong. Good and bad. From the pilot episode where Locke played backgammon with Walt and the camera focused on the white and black board pieces, to the black and white stones, right down to Jacob and the unknown man. One wore white pants and the other black. Even Rose and Bernard, a white man and a black woman.

Here you go kids, for something to think about until season six begins. Jacob and the unknown man clearly hate each other. So much so that the unknown man has been searching for a loophole to kill Jacob. Certainly a failed relationship. But just listen what Rose and Bernard told Sawyer, Kate and Juliet that they have been living in peace and harmony for the past several years. They had achieved exactly what everyone is searching for in life.

The ying and the yang my friends. For every experiment, there are always variables. For Jacob and the unknown man, the results were always the same. Remember this conversation at the beginning of season five finale?
Unknown Man: You’re still trying to prove me wrong.
Jacob: You are wrong!
Unknown Man: They come, fight, they destroy, they corrupt. It always ends the same.
Jacob: It only ends once. Anything that happens before that, it’s just progress.

But not for Rose and Bernard. They are the exception. The Yang. Is this what all the experiments wanted to accomplish? Peace and harmony. Rose and Bernard.

Until the next update, Get Lost!

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Five Characters In Search Of An Exit

Posted by LOTGK on May 20, 2009

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Lost In The Twilight Zone - Summer Of Lost 2009

Summer Of Lost Update 05/20/2009

Tonight we enter an unknown realm as small as an island and as infinite as the universe as we blend the saga of the castaways of Lost and the classic science fiction series The Twilight Zone.

The Twilight Zone was a classic science fiction television series created by Rod Serling that aired from 1959 to 1964. Each episode intertwined the supernatural with topical moral events in today’s society ending with a twist convoluting the outcome. The same can be said about ABC Lost. The castaways are more than just stranded on an island. There are mysterious forces at work of powers unknown. And just like the Twilight Zone, a twist is inserted in the story convoluting the outcome.

The Twilight Zone had a standard format. Each episode began with a prologue, usually with the host, Rod Serling doing the voice over introducing the characters and setting. At the end of the show, Serling would offer up a final narration of what the viewer just witnessed.

Tonight’s offering is titled: Five Characters In Search Of An Exit.

Originally aired 12/22/1961 (Season 3) (Episode 79)

Prologue:
Clown. Hobo. Ballet Dancer. Bagpiper. And an Army Major. A collection of question marks. Five improbable entities stuck together into a pit of darkness. No logic, no reason, no explanation. Just a prolonged nightmare in which fear, loneliness, and the unexplainable walk hand in hand through the shadows. In a moment, we’ll start collecting clues as to the whys, the whats, and the wheres. We will not end the nightmare, we’ll only explain it, because this is the Twilight Zone.

Synopsis:
The Major awakens. He does not know exactly who he is or how he got to this place. And what kind of place it is? He is in the bottom of a featureless steel cylinder whose open end is many, many feet above. It’s a strange kind of prison.

But the Major is not alone. He first encounters a Clown… a sardonic, sarcastic joker who also has no idea what his real name is. Also present in the Cylinder are the Hobo, the Ballerina, and the Bagpipe Player. They have all been here for a long time but no one knows how long. There are many theories as to the why and where they are, but none are for sure. The ballet dancer thinks they all might be on a spaceship hurtling through space. The Major chimes in that perhaps they are all in hell.

And then there is the ear-shattering peal of a ringing bell that sounds at odd intervals. The Major is determined to escape the cylinder and learn the secret of where they are. The others have long ago given up hope but the Major’s fierce spirit energizes them. They concoct a plan where they will stand atop each other’s shoulders and use a rope made of fabric to throw a grappling hook over the edge of the cylinder.

After several heart-breaking failures, the Major maneuvers himself to the edge of the cylinder. He sees something! Something he cannot believe! He prepares to tell his fellow prisoners, but the giant roaring of the bells come again… and he loses his balance and falls outside the cylinder into the snow below. Here comes the Twilight Zone twist: They characters are dolls left in a Christmas charity drive donation barrel. A child picks up the major and puts him back into the barrel seeing that the doll has fallen out.

Epilogue:
Just a barrel, a dark depository where are kept the counterfeit, make-believe pieces of plaster and cloth, wrought in the distorted image of human life. But this added, hopeful note: perhaps they are unloved only for the moment. In the arms of children there can be nothing but love. A clown, a tramp, a bagpipe player, a ballet dancer and a major. Tonight’s cast of players on the odd stage known as the Twilight Zone.

Lost Tie In:
Can you spot the similarities between Lost and the Twilight Zone?
The five characters represent the Lost castaways. A diverse bunch of people indeed. First and foremost, the TZ characters inquire where they are, and how they got there? Same goes for Lost. Some even say on screen, “Where the hell are we?” But let’s get to the characters.

The Major, the focal point of the episode, is of course the alter ego of Jack Sheppard. Jack, the skilled surgeon, woke up on the island much like the army Major. Jack took charge of the castaways much like the army Major did. Jack energizes the castaways and sets them on to the task at hand, to secure survival.

Jack also got off the island just as the army Major got out of the cylinder only to find the twist of fate that set them right back where they started. Jack returned to the island winding up just as he arrived previously, opening his eyes on the island flat on his back. The army Major was tossed back into the cylinder by the little girl just as he arrived in the beginning.

The Clown:
Doesn’t the clown remind you of Sawyer? The wisecracking name calling know it all. A man hiding behind his feelings. And those funny glasses he wears to read. The clown as well as Sawyer seem to be skeptical of the plans and hierarchy of this small dynamic group of characters. Both the clown and Sawyer have to be pushed to assist. Both clown and Sawyer are not friendly people, and seem to have an agenda on their own.

The Hobo:
The hobo can only be Hugo Reyes. Hurley is dressed in semi ragged clothes, his hair is unkept, and his beard is unshaven. Hurley just wanted to escape it all. You can always find Hugo foraging for food and tinkering with beat up hunk a junk vans.

The Ballerina:
Shannon is the obvious choice here, (She was a ballet instructor) although Kate and Claire could certainly be inserted here as well. Shannon was the delicate pretty woman on the island. She really had no value other than a pretty face. However, she was useful when she was needed to translate the French distress call from the radio tower. The ballerina was also just a pretty face until they needed fabric from her outfit to make the rope needed to escape.

The Bagpiper:
Charlie Pace is a perfect fit. Charlie was a rock star who played guitar. Charlie, like the bagpiper, blended into the background scenery and was content to play second or third fiddle. (Pun intended) However, with Charlie, their goal could not have been achieved, and possibly like Lost when Charlie gave up his life to save the others, the outcome was the same.

The Bell:
On Lost, when Desmond turned the fail safe key, a mighty sound came from the heavens. It signaled the island shifting into a new time line. The bell, the mighty sound from the heavens on TZ, signaled another new arrival into the barrel.

The Barrel:
On TZ, the barrel, the round cylinder, was the universe of the dolls. They had no escape, no hope of rescue. For the Lost castaways, the island was their universe. They had no hope for rescue and were stranded on the island.

Until next week, Get Lost…

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