Wednesday, May 10, 2006
The next episode, simply entitled ?, will be about finding exactly what the "?" means on the blast door map. This is the third-to-last episode, so watch it while you can.
Here's what I know about the episode:
Airdate: Wednesday, May 10, 2006
Offical Summary:Mr. Eko enlists Locke to help find a secret location he believes houses answers to the island's mysteries. Meanwhile, Jack and the other survivors struggle to cope with the horrific situation in the hatch.
AOL Summary:The meaning of the hatch map, including the "?" at the center, is explored when Eko enlists Locke's help to find a secret location. Meanwhile, Jack, Kate and the rest deal with recent tragic events.
Guest-starring: Adetokumboh McCormack as Yemi, Peter Lavin as Caldwell, Oliver Muirhead as monsignor, Melissa Bickerton as Joyce, Felix Williamson as Dr. Ian McVay, Nick Jameson as Richard Malkin and Brooke Mikey Anderson as Charlotte Malkin.
The Eko Conclusion: In the American previews we see Eko falling off some sort of cliff. I doubt he will die, however, because:
1) He is scheduled to be in the finale and previous episode.
2) American previews are often decieving.
3) They made us think Jin was speaking...among other things...when we see in the episode that this information taken out of context is misleading. (It was a dream.)
I wouldn't be worried.
Parental Warning: TV-14v
Preview Video Clips: AOL
Lindelof & Cuse: the question-mark episode is about finding out what that question mark on that map means. That episode is a great opportunity for us to finally put Locke and Mr. Eko together, sort of a philosophical battle of faith and will that we've been hinting at all season long. [It started] back when Eko gave Locke that film that he brought across in that hollowed-out Bible, [and] this is sort of the next step in their relationship. Just as a side note, the "?" episode was originally going to be the episode that Darren Aronofsky would direct prior to Rachel Weisz's pregnancy. We thought it would be a cool shout-out to him since he made the movie Pi, which was just the symbol for pi. It ended up being directed by a guy named Deran Sarafian. It was hard to find another Darren to direct the episode, but we managed.
Guest starring are Adetokumboh McCormack as Yemi, Peter Lavin as Caldwell, Oliver Muirhead as monsignor, Melissa Bickerton as Joyce, Felix Williamson as Dr. Ian McVay, Nick Jameson as Richard Malkin and Brooke Mikey Anderson as Charlotte Malkin.
In a flashback at the airport, Charlotte delivers a message to Eko and Libby asks if if everything is all right.
Turns out that supercool black-light reveal is a major plot point that carries on through the rest of the season. "Oh yeah, big time," Damon said. "I mean, it plays huge in the finale, and even in episodes 21 through 24. Twenty-one is an episode that is very much on the sort of fundamental axis of that map, and it's a Locke and Eko story, which is going to be awesome.[Executive Producer] Carlton [Cuse] and I wrote it. That episode is just called '?' because that is the symbol Locke remembers from the map." Source: Kristin on E!Online
Claire (and possibly another Lostaway)-centric, featuring Charlotte a 16ish Australian who suffers a near death experience. Source:
Screenshots: AOL gallery
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Posted byNick at 2:56 PM