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LOST LIVES: Revisiting ‘Walkabout’ 10 Years Later

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Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Antonio Mazzaro (@acmazzaro) launch a semi-regular rewatch of LOST, beginning on the 10th anniversary of “Walkabout,” the show’s first John Locke flashback, and the episode the LOST Lives panel selected as the third best in the entire series. Josh and Antonio will also discuss aspects of “Tabula Rasa,” the Kate Austen flashback that takes place between “Pilot” and “Walkabout,” and features key Locke scenes.

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  • Eric Corbridge

    Hey guys, really enjoyed the podcast as usual and thank you for continuing the LOST celebration. Antonio mentioned that Jack’s “daddy issues” he might have just been a great guy. Forgive me if this is common knowledge already, but something dawned on me: Was the smoke monster purposely using Christian Sheppard’s image to keep Jack focused on his issues BECAUSE he knew that Jack was the one person capable of ruining Smokey’s plans to get off the island? The idea would be that the more Jack got distracted, the less change he had of figuring out what was going on and really becoming the enlightened man of faith that he was destined to be. It seems logical to me now, but I hadn’t really thought of it before. Thanks guys!

    • Eric Corbridge

      Also, I’m thinking this could be a relevant discussion for White Rabbit. Again I might be really late to the party here though!

    • Rob

      Pearson Moore, a Lost essayist, wrote a theory a while back on Christian. I am now certain the person in “Walkabout” and “White Rabbit” WAS NOT the Smoke Monster. Same goes for “So It Begins” and “There’s No Place Like Home.” As Pearson put it: Christian Shephard WAS the Island.

      I’ve written a long post recently, and don’t feel like going over it again. Evidence for the above is there if you click my username.