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Entertainment Damon Lindelof Explains the 'Lost' Whispers, Says 'People Outside of Our Writers Room' Know Who Was on the Outrigger

05:51  11 october  2020
05:51  11 october  2020 Source:   thewrap.com

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The final ever scenes of Lost are intercut between events on the island and an alternate timeline known as the flashsideways – scenes that replace the The logic is that, should the hatch never be created, Oceanic Flight 815 will never crash on the island. The flashsideways show what would have

  Damon Lindelof Explains the 'Lost' Whispers, Says 'People Outside of Our Writers Room' Know Who Was on the Outrigger © TheWrap

Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse cleared up a couple of "Lost" burning questions during Saturday's New York Comic Con, which included a (virtual, prerecorded) panel celebrating the 10th anniversary of the ABC drama's series finale.

Of course, just like "Lost" itself, Lindelof's responses to a couple of super fans' queries perhaps raised more questions than provided actual answers.

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Damon Lindelof : You know , specifically in the scene between Desmond and Ms. Hawking. The rules that she basically explains to Desmond are the rules that we basically live by in the writers room . You know , on other shows on the air that engage in time travel, whether they be Daybreak, or

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First, Lindelof was asked about the show's secretive whispers and how they may or may not directly pertain to the Others, a group of people who inhabited the island prior to the crash-landing of Oceanic Flight 815.

While Lindelof was not directly asked how the smoke monster fits in with all of this, he offered up a connection between multiple mysteries.


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"The monster was kind of a quasi-ghost in the sense that it could take the form of the dead as it was reflected by the individuals that it was trying to ensnare, assault, intimidate, recruit, whatever," Lindelof said. "So, Jack saw his dad and Eko saw Yemi and so on — and Shannon saw Walt — so the fact that Ben Linus could control the monster and that the monster was in some way responsible for the whispers as well. So the idea is that the whispers is sometimes the monster, sometimes the actual ghosts of the island, and sometimes just a horrific story problem that we were trying to weasel our way out of."

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Damon Lindelof : You know , one of the things that we've tried very rarely to do on the show is to, to play something as only having been imagined or dreamed. And you know , I'd, I would, I would say that in the global sense of things, that Desmond, back in, you know back in the, the year 1996, actually

Executive producers Damon Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse join us for insights on all that and more in today's official Lost podcast, hosted by abc dot com. Then maybe this is just, some sort of, uh, metpahor that Ben is using to explain , uh, whatever this box construct is on the island.

Pretty revealing stuff — but the guys weren't about to go there when asked about the secret identities of the people on the outrigger. That Season 5 shootout scene is their "Sopranos" series finale Member's Only guy/Fade-to-Black moment, Lindelof said.

"That, we will take to our graves," Lindelof said. "I will say, we did write the scene. We wrote the scene that answered the question. And other people outside of our writers room have seen the scene and been sworn to secrecy. So should Carlton and I die…those individuals can come forward and say, 'Now, that they are dead, I will tell you who is on the outrigger.' But we will maintain our personal integrity."

So you'll just have to outlive them. Or wait for them on the island so you can all move on together, or whatever that was all about.

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Damon Lindelof : Knowing … this is a cool window into the behind-the-scenes, protosorial function of Lost Carlton Cuse: [Laughs] Well… y' know , we actually killed Mr. Eko because we had made a deal with Adewale, the actor, that we would only have him on the show for somewhere around a year.

Damon Lindelof : It was one of our most dramatic episodes, and, you know , obviously, you know , the fans of the show listening to these podcasts, we actually record These are the two kind of mystical forces on the Island, and what's been interesting over the course of season 2 is Locke, who started

Watch the outrigger scene below.

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