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'This Show Asks the Deeper Questions'

Locke and Jacob reminiscent of characters in Garden of Eden . . . but which is which?

Chris Seay, author of The Gospel According to Lost, chimes in on the developments in Tuesday's episode of LOST. (SPOILERS AHEAD) Seay notes that Fake Locke/Man in Black/Esau "seems to be upright" in his conversations with people, while Jacob seems more mysterious and less "forthright; he seems to be manipulative." Fake Locke is reminiscent of the serpent in the Garden of Eden, but Jacob? With his vague "guidance" and lack of specifics? Seay speculates on what it all means in his latest vlog on the fascinating series:

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