On last night's penultimate episode of the penultimate season of Lost, the jig was up for the castaways residing in 1977, because Hurley didn't pay attention in history class.
Last night, Faraday set out to disprove his theory of "what happened, happened," by trying to change the past. However, it seems like trying to disprove his theory already happened, thus validating his original theory.
As we learned on last night's Miles-centric episode, perhaps the only thing more complicated than time travel is the relationship between children and their absent parents.
Last night's episode might just be the best so far, but it also had the absolute worst scene in the show's history when Ben was enveloped by a smokey This Is Your Life, Passions style.
Hurley and Miles' conversation about what "past," "present," and "future" mean in the context of time travel, was a wink to viewers who've been questioning these same concepts over and over again all season.
On last night's episode, while sitting on Ajira 316, Sayid told Ilana that Ben was responsible for "nothing short of genocide." So could he stop such a genocide by killing kiddie Ben?
Last night, four of the Oceanic 6 were reunited with Sawyer's gang. While they were zapped back in time 30 years, Sun, Ben, Locke, and the rest of Ajira 316 crash landed in 2007.