Terry O'Quinn

The relationship between "Lost" and death has always been fluid. Just look at the so-called body count for this season.<br>
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First Locke was dead, but then he was alive. Then we saw him get killed, but before that, we saw that he'd been resurrected. Just like Jack's dad, who was dead before the series ever started, but who's more active than ever. And then there's Charlotte, who abruptly died on us a few episodes ago. Is she dead-dead or just dead-for-now? Only time will tell.<br>
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But as "Lost's" days on network TV race toward their end point, we have to wonder who's going to be next to leave the island permanently. We handicap the remaining cast members to determine who's most likely to stay and who's destined to be remembered only in flashbacks.<br>
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--Patrick Kevin Day
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The relationship between "Lost" and death has always been fluid. Just look at the so-called body count for this season.

First Locke was dead, but then he was alive. Then we saw him get killed, but before that, we saw that he'd been resurrected. Just like Jack's dad, who was dead before the series ever started, but who's more active than ever. And then there's Charlotte, who abruptly died on us a few episodes ago. Is she dead-dead or just dead-for-now? Only time will tell.

But as "Lost's" days on network TV race toward their end point, we have to wonder who's going to be next to leave the island permanently. We handicap the remaining cast members to determine who's most likely to stay and who's destined to be remembered only in flashbacks.

--Patrick Kevin Day

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