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May 27, 2006



I can't help you solve any of the space-time riddles. I just started watching this season, so I don't know if they were worse this year than before. But they were so ridiculous (along with the "plot" twists) that I'll never watch again.

But, I do have an answer for your first item: re-runs and syndication. When the show re-airs, the last hour will air separately, requiring the "previouslies." Plus, I suppose that Fox might have been worried that some folks would tune in at the usual starting time.


I guess next season Jack will spend his day trying to escape from that freighter.


Maybe the freighter will be flipped upside-down by a giant wave, and Jack will have to go deeper into the hull to get out!

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