No, that woman with Horace in the previous ep was played by Samantha Mathis. Was she not his wife? Lostpedia lists her as Olivia Godspeed. She was also a Dharma school teacher. I wonder what happened to her that he's now with this new chic Amy. Curious.
Yeah, I got the guy on that bboard to explain it to me. He even posted me a pic!
I must have looked away for a second and missed the statue. Looks like the jackal headed Egyptian god of the afterlife, Anubis, to me. Appears to even be holding the same symbol in each hand as the dead Dharma guys necklace. Which I believe is the symbol of Anubis.
my biggest thing is the losties are there before ben & his dad get to the island. so what do they do WHEN he gets there?
do they try to do anything?
fyi - spoiler alert if you want it about the baby....
it is supposed to be ethan.
although i'm a big sawyer & kate fan it was "nice" to see sawyer happy, appreciated, in love in stead of always being the black sheep.
what happens when miles meets dr. marvin candle if he' really is his dad?
and what/ when does the 'all babies die on the island thing" happen? or has it sort of started since goodspeed said "all moms go to the mainland in the submarine for birth"
where are the losties gonna be when adult ben comes & gasses all of them w/ the hostiles?
and great point - when is annie gonna show up & who's mommy * daddy?
Okay, wow...you guys pay way more attention than I do,lol.
The Ankh heiroglyph means eternal life, what struck me about it was the fact that in an old game we used to play in High School the Ankh was used to travel from place to place and....time to time. (Can't remember the name of the game, it's buried in a haze of bong smoke.. from then, not now.)
Anyway , Egyptian gods are often portrayed carrying it by its loop, or bearing one in each hand, arms crossed over their chest. It is also known as the key of life, the key of the Nile, or as crux ansata, Latin for "cross with a handle". The Mummy Movies sparked a huge interest in Egyptian history and myth for my nine year old and I.
i guess I'll use the two week break to try to get caught up on all the things I'm obviously missing, I truely have no idea who Annie is.
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