LOST Challenge of the Week: “Some Like It Hoth”

14 04 2009

Hi again everyone!  Can you believe that it’s been a week again already?  On the heels of last week’s incredible Ben-centric episode, we’ve now got another Dharmaville ep, and this one with a really cryptic title.  On first glance, it seems as though the title is a nod to…Star Wars?  For those of you that may not be aware, Hoth was the ice planet where most of the action took place at the start of “The Empire Strikes Back”.

But, what in the world does that have to do with LOST, and more specifically, 1977 Dharmaville LOST?  After all, The Empire Strikes Back didn’t even come out until 1980.  So this week’s challenge is easy:

What the heck does Hoth have to do with this week’s episode of LOST?

I have a feeling that this just might be one of those fun, goofy episodes with Hurley and Miles before things get serious when we come back from hiatus, so feel to get a little goofy with your answers!  Back in a couple of days with the recap…enjoy the show!

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15 04 2009
Brad

There was also the classic 1959 comedy starring Marylin Monroe, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon, “Some Like it Hot”:
“When two musicians witness a mob hit, they flee the state in an all female band disguised as women.”

Although it would be priceless to see Miles and Hurley in drag, I don’t think the show would go that far down the funny path. But I do see lots of potential for fun and possibly a loose relationship to the plot of this episode, given the title.

15 04 2009
Brad

Oh yeah, and polar bear experiments too.

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