woodbury army

Lost Director for Episode 4

OKAY SO OMFG. Not sure if anyone has noticed this yet BUT WHAT 

Stephen Williams directed Lost from 2005-2009


I’M DONE. I am completely calm. I will not get my hopes up. I am chill.

(I am so lying, im sorry.)

Here’s what he directed in Lost that could relate to Beth & have something to do as to why he’s directing this episode. 

These are very brief summaries

In episode 4, Season 3 (Every Man For Himself) 

- Someone shakes up a rabbit in a cage. The rabbit is thought to be dead. The next day the rabbit is alive as it was only merely sedated.

In episode 14, Season 3 (Expose)

- A girl by the name of Nikki collapses and is presumed dead. At her funeral as they are burying, her eyes open and she is buried alive. 

They boarded plane 316 on Lost

Here’s what happened on Season 3 Episode 16 

After Milton fails to prove himself to The Governor by murdering Andrea, The Governor stabs Milton and leaves him to die and reanimate in the torture chamber with her, where it’s intended that Milton will “tear the flesh from her bones.” The Governor then leads an assault on the prison. Rick’s group stages an ambush, led by Glenn and Maggie, and repels the attack. Carl kills a young Woodbury fighter who appeared to hesitantly be putting down his gun, which leads him to argue with his father about eliminating threats. When the surviving members of the Woodbury army express a desire to return to Woodbury and leave the prison group alone, the Governor, while Martinez and Shumpert watch in horror, guns them down and executes them all (including Allen) except for Karen who pretends to be dead but survives and is rescued by Rick, Daryl and Michonne; the four then make their way to Woodbury. The four then arrive at Woodbury and are allowed in by Tyreese and Sasha, who remained behind during the attack. They find Andrea, who killed the zombified Milton, but not before he bit her. Andrea shoots herself with Rick’s pistol in order to prevent her own reanimation as a tearful Michonne stays with her to the end. Rick’s group returns to the prison along with the residents of Woodbury who stayed behind, while the Governor and his two henchmen remain at large.

It could be Morgan or Beth’s episode, but I don’t know. It just seems odd that the director of Lost is doing this mysterious episode CONSIDERING HOW LOST WAS.

this is weird.