LOST Spoilers - DarkUFO

Nothing too huge from Kristin.

1) Promises a great Season 3 Finale
2) The Island didn't cure Rose
3) Episode 21 Confirmed as Charlie
4) D.O.C stands for "Date of Conception"
4) We see Sun's father Mr.Paik again.

Alana in New York: Tell me you're hearing good things about where Lost is headed?
I checked in with some sources before boarding my Oceanic flight, and I actually got goosebumps hearing what they have in store. The Lost finale will be the finale that everyone will be talking about all summer. Not Grey's. Not Heroes. Not the Great American Dream Vote. Okay, so I'm kidding on that last one, but in all seriousness, from what I hear, Lost's season-ender will "change the show for good"—possibly in sort of an Alias-y Super Bowl episode kinda way. So get ready.

Limberlost in Indiana: What's coming up on Lost?
Over the weekend, Dr. Anna Graham hit the Lost Weekend fan party, benefiting the Children's Defense Fund, and she asked L. Scott Caldwell (Rose) and Sam Anderson (Bernard) about the "awesome" storyline the producers promised for their characters in the most recent podcast. Neither of them knew anything about it, so it might be a ways off! Dr. Anna also asked if L. Scott Caldwell thought Rose's cancer had been cured, and she said, "No, I don't think so. If she is cured, it's because she's willed it herself—I don't think it has anything do with the Island. That's just my take on it." Sniffle.

Somenhund: Shortly before Eko is killed by the Black Smoke, Yemi, Eko's brother, says "You speak to me as if I were your brother." If this was not Eko's brother, who was it? Was it some kind of shapeshifter?
Dr. Anna caught up with Adetokumboh M'Cormackat the Lost Weekend party, and he said anything is possible when it comes to Yemi: "Yemi's doing some strange things on the Island, setting tents on fire and all that. His body was there, and it disappeared, and hopefully it'll turn up. Somebody said to me, 'Your body had a lot of hair on it—are you sure that was you?' I don't know! Your guess is as good as mine!"

Dani in Rumford, Maine: Kristin, if they kill Charlie, I'm gonna die. I love him so much!
Here, have a mai tai—it takes the edge off! As for the fate of Charlie, in episode 21, his next flashback, looks like there's going to be two female characters playing cops or similar characters, one of whom is "about nailing the perp to the wall, no matter how you do it..." There's also a blue-collar family—a father and two sons—all with Mancunian accents. (Betcha didn't know that residents of Manchester, England, are called Mancunians—never let it be said the Watch with Kristin is not educational!) All three members of the family are "required to swim in a pool," which makes me worry a little bit about drowning. Gulp.

Marcus in Singapore: What's going to happen with Sun's baby? Do the Others know she's pregnant?
The upcoming episode "D.O.C." explores Sun's pregnancy, and I'm told the initials in the title stand for "date of conception." The flashbacks in the ep include more scenes with Sun's father, Mr. Paik.

Source: Kristin

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