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  • noun Plural form of flashforward.

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Examples

  • In a format-breaking 'flashforwards' set three years in the future we also learned that at least Jack and Kate do make it off the Island, but Jack at least thinks it was a mistake and desperately wants to return.

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  • In a format-breaking 'flashforwards' set three years in the future we also learned that at least Jack and Kate do make it off the Island, but Jack at least thinks it was a mistake and desperately wants to return.

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  • Their helpful article, Time Travel for Dummies, goes a long way to help people understand that the time travel is really just a form of the flashbacks/flashforwards that have always been a part of the show.

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  • I have to admit that I miss the flashbacks, but not the flashforwards – those were driving me batty.

    Television Review – Lost Season 5

  • What the new flashforwards herald, and whether the ultimate date really did mean the end of everything.

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  • Mark questions Lloyd about a phone conversation from their flashforwards, while Aaron seeks out the Jericho.

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  • My hope with Lost is that they had the time travel element in mind from the beginning, and maybe, just maybe, they might be setting us up for something brilliant, tying in stuff from season one, all the flashbacks and flashforwards — but is that wishful thinking on my part?

    Sci Fi TV Briefs – Lost Goes a Bit too Far with Time Travel; Dollhouse Wraps Up

  • Their helpful article, Time Travel for Dummies, goes a long way to help people understand that the time travel is really just a form of the flashbacks/flashforwards that have always been a part of the show.

    February 2009

  • What I wanted was some sense that the "sideways" narrative structure of the final season would somehow be of a piece with the often brilliant storytelling throughout the series, with its flashbacks and flashforwards and flash-somethings involving hiccups of time travel.

    Tom Gliatto: Yes, I Am Still Mad at LOST

  • What I wanted was some sense that the "sideways" narrative structure of the final season would somehow be of a piece with the often brilliant storytelling throughout the series, with its flashbacks and flashforwards and flash-somethings involving hiccups of time travel.

    Tom Gliatto: Yes, I Am Still Mad at LOST

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