Another Lost Season 6 Poster?

Another Lost Season 6 Poster has been released, although it is very similar to previous ones which you can find in earlier posts:

Lost - Connecting the dots

Lost may be set on an Island isolated from time, space and the laws of common physics, but there is no single piece within this puzzle-story that exists in isolation. Everything, everyone, is connected to something, someone, else. By now we’re familiar with these connections. We’re old hands now at the Where’s Waldo game of looking for them in episodes, but back in Season One we were just starting to deke them out. Sometimes it’s a name, or a book title, or an object in the background that cues our attention. It’s anyone’s guess whether or not these hidden trinkets, these Easter Eggs, are anything more than bonus prizes for the super obsessed, but either way, we wouldn’t be half as LOST without them.
"This was also the first time we put an ‘Easter egg’ into the show – Hurley on the tv in Korea – and we thought maybe two or three people would catch it. But our audience is so dialed into detail, it didn’t get past them. – Damon Lindelof, TV Guide, May 29, 2005"
If Damon ever doubted the OCD level of apophenia in this fandom, he shouldn’t have.
We didn’t just notice the connection between Hurley’s lottery win and the Korean Secretary for Environmental Safety’s living room, where Jin had come to deliver a beat-o-gram courtesy of Mr. Paik.
Some of us even noticed that Locke’s long lost mom had once been a patient in Hurley’s institutional home sweet home.
Some of us may have caught the throwaway connection made when Hurley’s financial advisor informed him that he had just bought a box factory in Tustin, CA, the same town where the box factory regional manager Locke had been sentenced to his cubicle gulag.
But there was no way for us to connect the body that flew by during their conversation in the California high rise …
… with the Californian named John Locke, whose paralyzing eight-story fall we wouldn’t even learn about until two years later.
Now that we have the luxury of hindsight, the connections run as deep as a viewer has the energy to pursue them. We might have expected that we’d someday see the corpse of the drug smuggling Nigerian priests made flesh,
and we did
but we could never have imagined the half of it.
We had no way of knowing back then that when Boone made joyous radio contact with another human voice,
the man on the other end of the line, identifying himself as a “survivor of Oceanic Flight 815″, was none other than Bernard Nadler, DDS.
Why was Locke temporarily lame during Boone’s climb up the terrifying tree-root cliff?
We may have thought it was because he’d been wounded by the metal shard from the trebuchet, but now we have to wonder if he wasn’t sort of existentially lamed by Ethan’s gunshot during his future journey to the past, in order to prevent him from being the one to climb the tree roots and die.
He wasn’t the sacrifice the Island was demanding just yet. It’s like Ethan was there to make sure Locke didn’t jump ahead in line and steal Boone’s ticket to the death lottery.

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There will not be many Flash-Backs/Forwards in Lost Season 6

It sounds like there will not be many Flashforwards in Lost Season 6, or at least, not as many in the previous seasons.  Matthew Fox told reporters in Monte Carlo interview, "Like a third of the way in,  I would guess we are going to settle in one time frame and it will be very linear—no more flashbacks, nothing. It will be on the island and sort of a final conflict to the end."
This is very different to the normal format of Lost episodes, with flashbacks/forwards focused in on one character. It will be interesting to see how the episodes are planned out in the new season.
What do you think the formats of the new episodes will be? Will there be many flash-backs/forwards, if any at all? Comment below!

Billy Ray Gallion (aka Randy) May be returning in Lost Season 6

Billy Gallion (aka Randy, Hurley and John's former employer, has been spotted filming a scene with John Locke for Lost Season 6. It appears that the scene takes place after Oceanic 815 lands safely in Los Angeles and details the taunting that ensues when Locke returns to his box company collections supervisor job to face off with his sneering boss, Randy. What do you think? Will Randy be making an appearance in Lost Season 6, and if so, what will his role be? Comment below!

Maggie Grace (aka Shannon Rutherford) May be Returning to Lost Season 6

Maggie Grace, the actor who plays the character of Shannon Rutherford in Lost Seasons 1 and 2, may be returning in Lost Season 6. According to, Grace is the only character from the show that has not yet signed on to return. Her rep said she has just done three movies and got back from filming last week. She been asked, but her busy schedule forbids her to committing to the show yet. Some original castmembers who died in the story have been asked to come back, including fan favorite Dominic Monaghan, who played Charlie in the show, and Ian Somerhalder, who played Shannon's stepbrother Boone.

New Lost Season 6 Trailer - Must See!

New fan-made trailer, made by 'LostQuestionndAnswer'. To visit his channel to see more of his work, please visit his YouTube Channel by clicking on the image below: