May 13th, 2009


John “Theodore” Locke ended up giving a wicked presentation on historical figures later that day, though he woefully mispronounced Socrates, earning him a mega F.


  1. hellohappytime

    oh to the mg, I want to own this.



  2. Joey

    HOLY FUCK GIMME A SPOILER ALERT! i haven’t caught up yet.

    wait, this IS a spoiler, right?


  3. Curt

    oops, sorry joey.



  4. Grace

    Um, is future Locke wearing a belly shirt?


  5. Josh

    Does this mean Jacob is one of the people in the Time Chamber at the beginning of the film? Could he be played by Clarence Clemons?


  6. chrishaley

    Grace – No, he is wearing a Van Halen (5150) t-shirt, a black vest, and a red denim jacket tied around his waist.


  7. Curt

    i love that episode where locke gets kicked out of wyld stallyns and then at the end you realize he’s in a wheelchair


  8. Markus Seaberry

    Lost and Bill in Ted? Another pop culture mash-up. Kudos to you guys again.


  9. Grace

    Would it be lame to make a joke about how “Bill in Ted” is totally my favorite porno? I just can’t stop looking for the homoeroticism in this comic.


  10. Martiniman

    does this mean that george carlin is Jacob??????


  11. vanessa

    I love you guys.


  12. chrishaley

    Markus – Thanks, man. I always appreciate kudos, but I feel like yours are always extra sincere.


  13. chrishaley

    Grace – In this particular comic, or in our comic in general?


  14. chrishaley

    Grace (Part 2) – Is the plot of “Bill In Ted” based on the plot of “Bill & Ted”?


  15. itcomagic

    Wait, I’m Lost.


  16. Grace

    “Bill in Ted” is definitely a pornographic homage to “Bill & Ted.” There’s just lots more dudes fucking dudes in it than the original.


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