The owner of those blocks was not a very motivated seller. He might need money and they could come back. They could've been around to shake out sellers. But ... looking at the timing, and seeing how the blocks were first 32 and then 32 and 30 cents, they could've been there to help the options get priced at 32 cents, since the news-release said they'd be "be priced at 32 cents per share (or the closing price on Nov. 21, 2012, if higher)."