Remote Patrol: Lost: Where were we?
This Tuesday, Feb. 2, at long last, Lost will premiere its sixth and final season. With the brain-boggling sci-fi drama absent for nearly nine months, fans may have forgotten what went down in last spring's explosive finale. So allow us to jog your memory about where everyone was when Juliet detonated Jughead and Ben stabbed Jacob to death.
Whereabouts: Recovering from a flying-metal-inflicted head wound, thinking his plan to reset history was thwarted.
Whereabouts: Dead! And replaced by an imposter who may or may not be Jacob's unnamed nemesis.
Whereabouts: Reeling after letting his lover Juliet drop to her doom in the Swan pit.
Whereabouts: Helping Jack recover from his thwack to the head.
Whereabouts: Just stabbed Jacob to death per fake Locke's advice.
Whereabouts: Bleeding to death near the Swan site after being shot in the stomach.
Character: Hurley & Jin
Whereabouts: Tending to injured Sayid near the Swan construction site.
Character: Sun, Frank, Ilana & Richard
Whereabouts: Staring slack-jawed at Locke's dead body, realizing the dude inside the foot statue with Ben is not Locke.
Whereabouts: Disappeared into the woods with her (ghost?) dad some time ago.
Whereabouts: Recovering in L.A. after getting shot by Ben while protecting his wife and child.
Whereabouts: In agony at the bottom of the pit, detonating the atomic bomb.
Whereabouts: Just saved his creepy DHARMA doctor dad from getting sucked into the Swan pit.
Whereabouts: In New York, chillin' with Grandma.
Character: Rose & Bernard
Whereabouts: Living in a cabin near the beach, avoiding the island drama.
Season 6 Predictions
Chris DeVille: The detonated nuke will reset the timeline and result in Oceanic 815 landing in L.A., but the people whom Jacob visited and touched will retain their memories of the island. Desmond will play a crucial role.
Brad Keefe: A major, major character will be killed off early- to mid-season, establishing anything is fair game. Benjamin Linus will prove to really be the good guy. And Worthington native Maggie Grace will return and will still be super-cute.
Shelley Mann: The bomb blast creates an alternate history, allowing everyone to come back to life (cast reunion!). The plane never crashes, but everyone ends up back on the island anyway on their own accord. Charlie and Claire end up together forever.
The Gateway Film Center will be offering free big-screen showings of Lost throughout the final season, starting with Tuesday's 8 p.m. season premiere on ABC. Doors open at 7 p.m., click to gatewayfilmcenter.com.