jasonf said: "OK, so theory on fertility:Jacob and MIB are running this test to find humans who are not corruptible, evil etc. They ban babies because of the influence they would have on their experiment. Along comes Horace and his wife (whose name I can't remember - I want to say Ellen, but I could be wrong) who seem like suitable candidates (I'm getting this from the cabin that Horace built). Jacob allows them the baby as a final test. Ethan turns out to be a huge douche though, and they fail the test. So, the fertility problems are reinstated for the island.Maybe I'm way wrong there, but it sort of holds together..."Hey, sorry for bumping this thread ten years later and I understand many of the posters here are no longer active, but I recently finished my second rewatch of Lost and have a lot on my mind regarding the series. I wanted to answer this question about fertility, because I believe the series was pretty clear on this, but in case people were lost. Fertility was near impossible on the island from the time of the “Incident” to when Desmond and Locke blew up the Swan hatch. That’s why Juliet was able to deliver one of the dharma initiatives baby before the incident, but not when she was one of the others in the events prior to season 3. It’s also why Sun was able to conceive, because she had her baby after the hatch was blown up. Then there’s Claire, where she wasn’t impacted, because she conceived her child off island. It was something to do the with the electromagnetism that happened after the “Incident” that didn’t allow for women to have healthy pregnancies on the island and the blowing up the hatch ended that.Also wanted to know what people thought about the theory that Kate was pregnant with Jacks child before leaving for the Island on the Ajira flight and that’s actually who David is. The son of Jack and Kate, not Jack and Juliet. I like to think that once off island, Sawyer and Kate had more of a sibling relationship than a romantic one where he acted as an uncle to Aaron and the potential child of Jack and Kate, I really love this show. As I said, this was my second time rewatching the series, after having seen the original run of the show with my family. Albeit, we were a season behind, initially. I have fond memories of having to get the dvd sets of season 1 of lost from Blockbuster(what a lifetime ago this was) and then in the evenings my family would all watch two or three episodes together, by the time we got ahead with the show we would make it a big deal sit down every week and watch the episodes together. I like to watch this show every now and then, especially when I’m feel down. I believe it helps I think the series still holds up and it is still one of my favorite, if not my favorite. I can’t even think of a current television show that can rival the brilliance and complexity of lost. Not only is the series one of my favorites, but it includes some of my favorites television episodes. Constant from season 4, will go down in history as the greatest television episode.
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