Sunday, February 14, 2010
It's a nice story about a soldier falling in love with a beautiful college girl who try to keep their affair alive even when he's gone and away on battle. On his battles John love reading letters he gets from his girl but finds out that loving someone from that far apart isn't an easy prospect.
Saturday, February 13, 2010
Sunday, February 7, 2010
It's about how people would react and behave on and around that day. The Valentine's Day!
At home, Emma starts a nosebleed and vomits violently. As they're hurriedly getting ready to leave for the hospital a masked gunman yells, 'Craven', and fires two shotgun blasts at Emma simultaneously. Emma dies instantly blasted through the door in Thomas' Arms.
Police investigation concludes that the masked murderer was after Thomas but shot Emma by mistake. Thomas doesn't believe this and goes on his own little investigation of sorts to find out the truth about what really happened.
His investigation then uncovers a bundle of hidden secrets that relate directly to the organization Emma used to work for and what they did which could have caused her death.
Thursday, February 4, 2010
The hydrogen bomb explosion causes by some odd phenomenon a different history in the past where the plane for the oceanic flight 815 does not crash. So all the characters are going about their business normally just the way they were supposed to if the plane never crashed in the first place. While in the present for the characters nothing seems to have been changed!
It should be interesting to see who Sayid Jarrah turns out to be in the next episode. He could in fact be a real incarnation of Jacob who was killed by John Locke - who wasn't really John Locke as it seems.
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Tuesday, February 2, 2010
The cast features fourteen major roles with star billing, ten of whom return from the fifth season, in addition to three new regular cast members and one who returns from the fourth season. The latter half of the previous season follows two storylines, as such the cast is roughly divided into two groups. The first storyline follows the group of people who have been stuck in 1977 and detonated a hydrogen bomb on the island in an attempt to change the timeline: the survivors' leader Dr. Jack Shephard (Matthew Fox), former fugitive Kate Austen (Evangeline Lilly), millionaire Hugo "Hurley" Reyes (Jorge Garcia), former torturer Sayid Jarrah (Naveen Andrews), con artist James "Sawyer" Ford (Josh Holloway), medium Miles Straume (Ken Leung), and former mob-enforcer Jin Kwon (Daniel Dae Kim). The second storyline follows the group of people who are on the island in the present day of late 2007: Sun Kwon (Yunjin Kim), who has returned to the island in search of her husband, Jin; Ben Linus (Michael Emerson), former leader of the island's native population, known as the Others; deceased crash survivor John Locke (Terry O'Quinn); pilot Frank Lapidus (Jeff Fahey), Richard Alpert (Nestor Carbonell), an ageless advisor to the Others, and mysterious Flight 316 leader Ilana (Zuleikha Robinson). Carbonell was named a main cast member by the executive producers at Comic-Con 2009, after guest starring in the previous three seasons, and Fahey has been confirmed by Lindelof as part of the season six main cast. Robinson was confirmed to be part of the main cast in a press release, after guest starring in the fifth season. Also returning is Emilie de Ravin, who was absent during the fifth season and placed on a holding contract in order to reprise her role in the final season as Claire Littleton, a new mother who is last seen in a moving cabin with her deceased father.