Answers from the Lost Creators

From a recent interview with lost writers and creators, Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof, a few hints and whats to come for Lost when it returns for 16 straight episodes on Feburary 7th.

We will be given clues about the meaning of Jack’s tattoos, more information on what is going on with Desmond and his future seeing abilities, as well as why Locke was in the wheel chair.

A few other question and answers from the writers are below:

From a recent interview with lost writers and creators, Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof, a few hints and whats to come for Lost when it returns for 16 straight episodes on Feburary 7th.

We will be given clues about the meaning of Jack’s tattoos, more information on what is going on with Desmond and his future seeing abilities, as well as why Locke was in the wheel chair.

A few other question and answers from the writers are below:

Is Juliet friend or foe of the castaways?
“Her agenda is more in line with the castaways than we originally suspected, but that does not mean she is not sinister, says Lindelof. FYI, the Feb 7 episode is all about Juliet”

The Hatch imploded according to Locke. Case Closed?
Nope, says lindelof. “Definetly more to this story. You will get a better picture of waht happened when Desmond turned the fail-safe key.”

How will Sawyer and Kate espcape the Others island?
Of course, the showrunners wouldnt tell us – but executive producer Carelton Cuse says “You heard correctly: The others do have a submarine.”

Who is Jacob, and why is Jack not on his list?
The answer lies further down in the ongoing story, says Cuse. A clue? Lindelof reminds fans that character names in Lost are not assigned without reason, YES! that is a clue.

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