Originally Posted by ZootedGranny
My theory is that Locke doesn't want to leave the island, because he is somehow connected to it. He frequently comes up with annecdotes that perfectly fit situations he doesn't fully understand.
And the final episode will probably show how Locke came about this knowledge and what he did with it and we will all be like "AHHH, it all makes sense now." Because Titus posted some of the MAJOR things that need to be explained, but there seems to be hundreds of little things that happen that you forget about or just push to the side for now that are head scratchers. Like Locke walking for starters. And on another note, I find it hard to believe that the french woman isn't at least spying on all those people. She's been alone for how long and isn't even peeking from behind a bush or anything to watch a little human interaction. Curiosity has to win out there. (if she really is real, and not made up in Sayid's head like the whole Boon/sister thing)