The other "Lost" writer added "We know where we're going and we know how long we have left to tell the story." But, he hedged by saying "There's also an organic process that goes on" and compared the process to a road trip, which often includes alternate routes and unexpected stops.
The two say they'd like Mr. Eko to return. Hard to believe, but it turns out the actor who played Mr. Eko didn't like living and working in Hawaii so they wrote him out of the show and he went home to London.
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