Just thought of something!!
Very early on. Season 1 probably. Locke says 'I looked into the heart of the island. And what i saw was beautiful.' He can't have been talking about the smoke monster because we know that that certainly wasn't beautiful in any light. Maybe he was talking about the hole in the ground? Maybe this is a reference they planted to prove that they'd had this idea the whole time?
Man, I'm still coming to terms with the fact that it's over!
When Jack came out alive from the cave where the light is, he was still alive because unlike the Man in Black he survived. I think what killed Jacobs brother was being thrown down the hole. I don't know how they both got back up to the surface but they landed in the same place. I reckon that Michael and Walt weren't in purgatory with them because they remembered Michael for leaving them. I think it would've been nice for someone to have Vincent with them in the Church though...
Thought it was a brilliant ending with Jack finishing the show how it started. I reckon if we go back now and watch some of the earlier series, some of it will make sense.
As someone said earlier - the last ten minutes were beautiful. Now I need some other TV show to get obsessed with.
JJ Abrams - you are more than mere mortal!
Just thought about Ben and why he didn't want to come into the Church at the end. If you look, everyone in the church was on flight 815. It was sort of a moment for all of the passengers to reunite and Ben didn't want to spoil it.
Honestly who gives a **** about theorising at this point? It's clear that nothing in this show mattered. I thought the finale cleared that up? 120 episodes full of content and then episode #121 comes along and goes "Remember all that stuff? Forget about it, come check this irrelevant badboy out that we just made up in the last season and has nothing to do with anything we previously showed you".