Here is a rather amusing site in which two Washington Post staffers offer close readings of each “Lost” episode. It’s like theologians exegeting the Bible. But useful for us “Lost” fans, since they pick up all those details and hidden clues that most of us miss. (For example, the site links to an “screen caps and easter egg” site of “Lost” clues that gives us a clear stop-frame of the blurry Man in Jacob’s chair: and it is clearly Jack’s father!)
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About Gene Veith
I am a retired English professor and college administrator. I have written over 20 books on different facets of Christianity & Culture.