It’s time for another live chat, “Lost” fans. Personally, I find these a great way to get my mind working before a new episode, priming it for complete and utter confusion when this episode actually airs. A week after the epic episode, “The Substitute,” people have been debating the meaning of this episode with a fever usually reserved for the great sport of curling. (I watched four hours of it last night. Fascinating game, though it would have been better if the “stones” in the game were black and white. But I digress.)
In case you missed anything last week related to “The Substitute,” here a handy series of links.
Told you: people have been talking about this episode. So let’s talk a little more, starting February 23rd at 7:30 pm EST. We’ll have a 90-minute non-spoiler chat leading up to the next episode of “Lost,” entitled “Lighthouse.” What does that title mean? Is it related to the “Lamp Post”? To the Virginia Woolf novel “To the Lighthouse”? Wikipedia describes that book as follows: “The novel recalls the power of childhood emotions and highlights the
impermanence of adult relationships. Among the book’s many tropes and
themes are those of loss, subjectivity, and the problem of perception.” Sounds like “Lost” to me!
Hope to see you here!
Ryan invites you to join the hundreds already in Zap2It’s Guide to Lost Facebook group.
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