Lost Observations

In order to enjoy “Lost” to it’s fullest, I have been watching it from episode 1, season 1. It’s obnoxious but it’s addictive and I can’t help myself. Especially not now that I’ve invested so much time already. So, I figured I’d at least pretend to exercise my brain by making these observations. I’m only mid-season three, so be on the lookout for more to come by the time I get caught up!

What I’ve learned about humanity while watching episode after episode of Lost…

 

  • Never fall in love, be in a relationship, or be intimate with someone. One of you will die.
  • If someone is staring off into the distance, give them 3-5 minutes, they’re having a flashback.
  • Pay attention to everyone you meet in life because you will probably meet them again on a deserted island
  • When you die, you have the option of coming back to tell people important information rather than just chilling in heaven
  • You can still have great makeout scenes when you have absolutely rancid breath
  • If it’s raining, something bad is about to go down…
  • Even pale people can avoid the sun on a deserted island for months
  • If someone disappears for a long period of time, don’t give them a gun within 24 hours of them returning
  • Everything that happens to you in your life will only make sense when you’re stuck on an island with absolute strangers
  • No matter where you are, a love triangle will always creep up somewhere
  • Following dead or imaginary people through a dangerous forest is a form of intellectual Darwinism
  • Just because you have lines, or an interesting backstory does not mean you will survive
  • Don’t worry about the extra people who live on the island, they’ll change daily
  • It never hurts to speak a little Korean
  • After a few minutes of balance and happiness, you better believe some bad shizz is about to go down
  • Before making a huge decision, be sure to pause and think about it long enough for a commercial break
  • Ladies, don’t worry a thing about looking bad on an island. Your hair will not lose any of its luster, shine or style.
  • If you are a minority, you have every right to be nervous about surviving
  • Everyone, at some point in their past, has killed someone or been directly responsible for someone’s death. If this doesn’t yet apply to you, it soon will.
  • If we’re not careful, all the pollution on earth will confine into one giant, angry smoke monster that feeds off our fear
  • I’m fairly certain that the last episode of Lost will be an hour of “Previously on Lost…”
  • Everyone has daddy issues
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One thought on “Lost Observations

  1. I once new a nice, innocent, little girl named Breeohnnah. She was nice, sometimes sarcastic, and had a nice boyfriend that would often hang out with us. But, let me tell you one thing about her that will make you cringe… something so bad, that it hurts me to say. Something so outlandish, that it could mean the end the world and even time iteself… she…. wait…. my nose… it’s bleeding… pppppppppssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhcccccccckkkkkkkkkkkkkkk

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