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Spot the difference: In the second picture the characters are looking away from Locke - who is seated in the same position as Jesus in Da Vinci's original painting
Some of the key points fans have picked up on since the photo was released include:
? In the first photo everyone is looking at Locke, who is clearly in the Jesus position. Could this be proof that his prophet-like role among the survivors and mystical understanding of the island will continue?
? There are skulls at both Sayidâ??s and Hurleyâ??s feet. Is death knocking at their door? Or are they just stones or coconuts, meant as a red herring?
? It looks like wrinkles are visible on Richardâ??s face. Could he finally be aging? If so, what does this say about the magical, powers of the island?
Viewers will have to wait until the final series launches in the U.S. on February 2nd and Sky One on March 2nd to find out exactly what happens, but can expect a dramatic conclusion to the show.
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