No Spoilers, Please!
With Season Six starting up just around the corner, I was wondering what everyone thinks the opening scene will be.
In Lost history, the opening scene of a season has usually been very confusing, but very exciting, with the character in the scene either being unknown to the audience (like Desmond was in season two, or Juliet in season three) or hidden from them (like Hurley in season four, or Pierre Chang in seaso five).
So, what's it going to be this time? Are we going to know who/what we're looking at right off the bat? Who will it be? On Island, or off?
My prediction is that it will open in Jacob's cabin. At first, we won't exactly know what we're looking at, but it'll click as soon as we see Claire. Jacob/Christian/Not!Locke will say something shocking, they're be dramatic music, the the "LOST" card will come up.
After that, I doubt we'll go back to the cabin. Everyone is wondering what happened after Jack set off the bomb, so I'm guessing that's what the main sotry will be about and the opening Claire-scene will be kind of forgotten.
I think they'll go back to that scene later on in the season, like they did in season five (with the opening scene being of Chang, and then returning to that scene later on when he ran into Daniel).
Either that, or they'll go old school - open up with an eye (probably Jack's) - somewhere we don't know. Maybe in LAX or something.
Anyways, that's my guess. What do you guys think?