"It's a game." Hrm ... could the whole show be a game?
A weaver ... on the Loom of Fate?
Why would she lie to Jacob and his brother?
He won't have to worry about death? Hrm ... does just growing up on the Island grant you some form of immortality? Or is it just to Jacob and his brother?
So ... this light ... is life? Immortality?
Why did the Boy in Black just see his dead mother?!
How do you know you don't belong?
So ... is the Light like Pandora's Box?
What's worse than dying? Feeling emotion? Being human?
WHAT HAVE YOU DONE?!?!
This whole episode is basically an answer to most of the questions about Jacob and the Man in Black. We learned that their foster mother granted them the ability to not hurt each other directly. We learned about their purpose on the Island. We learned what set them in their ways. And we finally learned how the Man in Black became the Smoke Monster.
And we finally learned who "Adam" and "Eve" are.
A ship wreck. This is a bad sign.
Is that ... Latin?
So they switch from Latin to English? Probably to get rid of the subtitles.
Hrm ... oddly familiar ... the end of season 1 ... Claire ...
... And you stone her. The RIGHT thing to do! [/sarcasm]
So, Jacob doesn't lie or like to lie and the unnamed kid is special.
It appears that the Man in Black will come to adopt his foster mother's point of view about invaders.
"NO! THAT'S NOT TRUE! THAT'S ... IMPOSSIBLE!" ... Kinda.
The question here is "What is good?" There is no universal meaning of good.
The Man in Black ... is thinking very Machiavellian.
THE FROZEN DONKEY WHEEL!
You stab her and THEN ask why she won't let you leave?! Smart move!
Hrm ... I would guess that the Smoke Monster became the embodiment of the sum of everything: good, evil, etc.
And that's it for this week, my enthralled and intrigued camp of survivors! See you in anotha life, brothas!