Rey is the avatar, for all of the Jedi. Rey is also a grandchild of not a Skywalker, but Senator Palpatine/Darth Sidious. She could have become a Sith Empress. She is a Jedi, but she can also shoot Force Lightning. Nothing is ever in black and white. Rey didn't end up with Finn or Kylo/Ben … Continue reading The Last Skywalker Awakens
Good thing Boone went with Locke, and Jack went with Kate - otherwise the story of Lost: Season 1 would have been totally different. Boone wouldn't have died in the Beechcraft crash. Kate would have never been able to be manipulated, as much as Boone would have been. Kate felt established in the Losties’ tribe. … Continue reading "primum, non nocere," – Talking About the Lost Hatch
The switch from the '90s to the 2000s was like the switch from the '70s to the '80s. Science to emotion. 1984. That's the tonal shift that goes through all of Lost - science to faith and spirituality. From the science of the Vietnam War, back to ancient Egypt, Sumer and Mesopotamia. In 1984, the … Continue reading LOST. Season 1. The Re-watch!
Angels, aliens and afritsNazis and space peopleRocket ZeroDifferent magicsNewly resurrectedPowerful land Science and alchemyReligion, magic and physicsWho the ancient astronauts leftGreys and ReptilesSand and soul powerThe location of many revelations Laboratories and nuclear bunkersChimeras and human experimentationOvens and totalitarianismRadioactive test sites and people from another planetSpace ageAlchemy and selling souls Mental institutions and Mittlebau DoraContact … Continue reading Midnight, Part III
Hay's youth is showing. She's very smart, but only 21 and impressionable. She's mature, an 'old soul,' for her age but her adult life has only just begun. Hay is completely on the outs and it's really sad. However, especially since production is giving her a bulletproof edit, because she is so young, CBS might … Continue reading BB: Mr. Right, Mr. Wrong AKA #BeefSauce
Dan stood by the window of Hod's study, watching the storm outside. The fire cracked and popped in the hearth. Hod sat on a huge, scarlet armchair, patterned with subtle, yellow flowers, in his magenta smoking jacket, - with the black, velvet trim - the paragon of fine sensibility and sophistication. "I wouldn't have taken … Continue reading Thrown-Away Ship