"LOST's" Cuse: "It's Not Purgatory"
LOST's new character, the injured parachutist Naomi (Marsha Thomason) dropped a bombshell in the concluding moments of this week's episode - Oceanic Flight 815 wreckage was found and there were no survivors. But, as E! Online reports, before you jump up and scream "Ha! I knew it was purgatory", the show writer Carlton Cuse is there to confuse you.
The producer insists the characters on the show are not dead and the island is not a purgatory. This has been said many times in the past, but with the latest revelation it was necessary for the producer to underline that adding: "If we did such a thing after repeatedly stating otherwise, we'd be tarred and feathered!"
Is Naomi lying? Has the Dharma Initiative arranged for a fake wreckage to be found? If so how were they able to come up with dead bodies that would match the real passengers' DNA? Has Ben asked his "magic box" to recreate a fake wreckage for a rescue mission to find? They better have a good explanation for this one.
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