Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Where to Go from Here?

Okay, so the season is over. We're going to try and still maintain the blog through the hiatus, but posting might be a little more ... infrequent. We'll just say it's not our ... primary objective...

No, but really. Here are some thoughts for a LOST blog pre-season 6.

- Scheduled re-watch. I, personally, am going to start rewatching from the middle of Season 2. However, it might be worth it to start from Season 1, if the final season is going to mirror it.

- LOST book club, featuring books that are on the show

- More LOST & Bothered, where were they whens and those types of posts.

- LOST in Sacramento. This would be a man-on-the-street photo type thing... basically asking people in Sac who look like LOST characters if we can take their photos and post them. We've had multiple Hurley sightings already!

What do you think? Is there anything you readers want? Does anyone care? Do you just want to talk about Rose & Bernard? Post Constants lyrics?

Friday, May 15, 2009

Dr. Pepperoni

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Thanks to everyone who came to the Constants show. We really had a great time, and are so stoked on how it turned out! Hope you enjoyed it as much as we did! I also have to thank Kyle and Alex for being awesome and hookng it up. Spanks dudes!

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

The Incident

Well, we know who Jacob is, sort of. Pretty exciting, I guess. We've seen the statue in all it's glory. Definitely Egyption, possibly Taweret? We see that Rose and Bernard are doing A-OK in the jungle, living on there own. I was stoked on that scene. We know that Jack loves Kate, and Juliette loves Sawyer, both so much they're willing to blow up an entire island. It seems Locke isn't really Locke (which explains his non-weenieness). And we got another ending of something blowing up. Which leaves season 6 open to pretty much anything at this point. I've got a few theories, but I'll save that for the comments. I guess the big question is if the hydrogen bomb prevented the incident, changing time, or did she just cause it to happen? What's the deal with Locke's body? Is Jacob really dead? What about Desmond? Did you notice that Juliette's flashback was the only one that Jacob wasn't in? And that Jacob physically touched everyone in their flash back? What's up with Ilana? Why is she all bandaged, and why did Jacob choose her? What is Lapidus a candidate for?

Get Ready for Tonight!

Monday, May 11, 2009

Interview with Michael Emerson

You can read it here.

THE CONSTANTS SEASON FINALE SHOW @ LUIGI'S FUN GARDEN: Important note




turns out the season finale EPISODE starts at 8... so expect the constants to start between 7 and 7:30!

Saturday, May 9, 2009

New flier


this one by amanda, thanks amanda!

Friday, May 8, 2009

THE CONSTANTS SEASON FINALE SHOW @ LUIGI'S FUN GARDEN


I asked other people to make a flier for us, because I can't trust myself to not just make a bad joke... click on image to make larger.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Questions & Answers: Follow the Leader


Alright, it's late, so let's just get down to business.

First question: how the hell does a submarine get to Michigan? We know that those fools ain't gettin' off so easy. But way to throw Kate in there to make things uncomfortable.

Answer: We now know more of Richard's role... he's an "advisor". But clearly he doesn't know all. How much does he know? Why doesn't he age?

Question: He sees them all die?! WTF? Please explain, RichyRich.

Answer: John Locke's purpose is to kill Jacob. And he's lying to Sun. Sadness Sun!

Alright so Chang knows the truth about the future (his questions to Hurley were great, I thought) and that Miles is his kid. You'd think he'd have more authority over Radzinsky and that jerk, Phil. Who is really in charge of Dharma?

So, what do we think... is the Incident just a result of the hydrogen bomb being set off (btw, who keeps a hydrogen bomb in a temple - he said to BURY it)? Also, is the temple directly below the Dharma village? Does that make sense? What the hell is Locke doing? Is Ben going to go along with it? So did Locke set this whole thing up? He, after all, is the one who had Richard tell himself that he had to die. Doesn't that seem circular or am I missing something?