Sooooooo

the future can be changed but I'm still confused on one point why does nobody react to them living to moment that they have known is coming for 6 months personally i think the flash forwards were of a different time line in which they didn't have the flash forwards i thought that before hand but now it seems more likely


but the only thing is why were they investigating mosaic, suppose we will have to wait and see... tbh we will probably not know until the end season which is a f***ing long time away i hope any ways but with tv as it is it might get cancelled before it has a chance to get to its own end

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Nov 7, 2009 8:01AM EST

I don't think we have to worry about Flashforward getting canceled all that soon. It still gets over 8 million viewers an episode and it was already ordered for a full season run.

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Nov 7, 2009 9:57AM EST

I think you have to picture 3 different timelines to understand it, and our characters are living in the third of them. The first one is a totally regular, life goes on timeline, where nothing special happens.
The second timeline is one where they have flashforwards of whatever they'll be doing on Apr 29th in timeline #1, which spurs investigation into the flashforward.
Our timeline, the third of three, is one where they have flashforwards of themselves from timeline #2, investigating the flashforward.

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Nov 7, 2009 8:44PM EST

I don't think that your three-timeline theory will turn out to be true. Remember a couple of episodes back when Simon and Lloyd saying that their experiment was responsible for the FlashForward? To me, that means that there was some sort of momentary anomaly. I don't think that's consistent with your theory, in which there would have to be at least 6 months for the second timeline to mature.

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Nov 8, 2009 6:29AM EST

If you cannot wait to know what's going to happen, read the book.Eventhough there is no guarantee, that the writers are going to stick to the book the series is based on, I am sure that lots of it will compare to the original story.

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Nov 8, 2009 6:39PM EST

well it was based on it so... really it should be, but books that have been turn into tv rarely lives up to books they were based on persoallly i cant think of a time that it has but... there must have been one show that lived up to the book it was based on
this is the one time i haven't gotten flack for writing about a show but usually im dumping on a show when I write a review or in discussion so that's probably why...
any ways we never really got to know that character that died and tbh it bring a great realisation to the viewer well it wasn't really a realisation to me because while 1/2 the way through I was like this is retarded because as I said in the flash forwards no one is reacting to them having a flash forward so it the "Normal" time line so it can all be changed idiots killing them self's

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Nov 13, 2009 7:33AM EST

Before I say anything, I am a fan of the show and impatiently wait for it to be on again. Now, I've heard this show has the same writers as Lost. If that is true this series could start to get redundant and will lose some viewers, like Lost did around the time they wanted to go back to the island (I still don't understand that). Unless the writers learned something then in my opinion I think the series will do great for the first season and start its slow painful death in season 2.

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