Thursday, May 11, 2006

LOST!!

Wow, good episode this week...it's all gearing up to a great finale!
I would have posted this sooner, but we're in the midst of a semi-major lizard crisis here. Louie has brought in at least two, possibly three, live, leapin' lizards and then set them free in the house.
I'm terrified of them. One ran right across my foot and I screamed bloody murder. Great role model for the kids.
But all three lizards (or maybe two) are still live and loose in the house, who knows where. This is why tequila was invented.

OK, back to Lost.

I can't believe that The Numbers are just a Skinner experiment, there must be something else to it. Why did Eko say he would keep inputting them if they are meaningless? There's not even anyone AT the Pearl station keeping track. AND did you see the copyright on the Orientation film, 1980. That means that people have been entering the numbers there for 26 years. That's crazy. Where and when did this experiment derail? Hmmm...you have to wonder. And you have to give it up to Lost for answering one question and raising 10 others with that answer. How many more hatches will they open before anything makes sense?

Ok, Libby. R.I.P.
My mom, whose hairdresser is friends with the guy who plays Hurley, told me that his little speech would make me cry. She was right.
"I'm sorry I forgot the blankets"
Oh, the waterworks!
BUT, what the hell!? Why would they tell us that Libby was being *ahem* treated with Hurley and then kill her? How is Hurley ever going to find out? Will they search her shit? What? I hafta know!

Michael - that rat bastard. He's evil. He's crossed to the dark side. He was never a particularly nice person to begin with, and now...he's gone crazy.

Locke is giving up faith? Say it ain't so!

Is it just me or was Eko deliriously happy at times during the whole following his brother in a dream portion of the show?

14 comments:

Amy said...

I think there are just some things that the Losties won't know the answers too. Jack will never know his dad went to Australia with Ana-Lucia. Shannon never knew that the driver who killed her dad was Jack's wife (aka Julie Bowen) and that Jack had to choose to save her over him. But maybe Hurley will go crazy again and kind of revert back to his mental hospital days and remember Libby?

I so knew that whole number inputting thing was part of an experiment to see how long people would do something just because they were told to, and told it was important. I think the Others are the original experimentees, and either went crazy being there too long (aka Lord of the Flies style) or it is part of a larger experiment to see how human nature takes over.

Jessey said...

Whoa, whoa.
Did I miss something?
Jack's dad went to Australia WITH Ana-Lucia?
What??

Chris said...

Did you miss an episode, hon? Last week - the one where Ana-Lucia and Libby were shot by Michael? That was an Ana Lucia-centric episode. She met Jack's dad in a bar at LAX and went with him to Australia to act as a bodyguard. Furthermore, Jack went to go see his illegitimate daughter (aka Jack's sister, aka Claire).

Chris said...

Oh, and I would have totally shot Ana-Lucia if it meant I would have a chance at getting my kid back.

Jessey said...

Yeah, I missed that one. Dammit!
I'm never celebrating my husband's birthday again! No good comes from it! :)

And I definitely would have shot Ana-Lucia if I thought I could get my CAT back, she's a beeyotch.

Amy said...

Oh my gosh you didn't even see them get shot? It was so great, because it wasn't expected. I was thinking during the episode that Ana Lucia could die that night, but not until Michael said "I'm sorry" did I think, Oh god he's going to kill her.

Freebird said...

What the... CLAIRE IS JACK'S SISTER??!! How did I miss that?

Amy said...

That's not confirmed. People are saying that the woman his dad saw in Australia "looked like Claire." Well hello, they are actresses, so that means nothing. I guess people are just assuming that because of all the other connections between people.

Freebird said...

Thanks.

Chris said...

She is *so* Jack's sister. Everything on this show is too interconnected.

Jessey said...

There was speculation online (what a nerd I am!) that Kate would turn out to be Jack's sister -- sort of a Luke and Leia type thing. But I guess that's too incesty for ABC.

Chris said...

Nah, I don't buy Kate being Jack's sister - but I am convinced that Claire is.

Kate's dad met Saiyid in Iraq though. And Sawyer had a meal in the diner where Kate's mom worked.

Cassandra said...

I think Kate is Jack's sister. Didn't we see an episode when she was on the run and when she visited her father, he mentioned something about not really being her real father. And then we find out that Jack's dad has a daughter, so it's too coincidental to not be Kate. Plus they look very similar. And as far as incestual for ABC, it was just a kiss and not a very passionate one. There's an attraction between them, but that could be that they are drawn to eachother as siblings, not sexually, like her attraction with Sawyer.

Cassandra said...

Oh, after seeing the finale, it looks like Star Wars scene. Luke and Leia exchange looks, Hans standing by thinking they are in love, only to find out "it's not like that, he's my brother" Totally, even the characters. Luke (Jack) the hero placed in a position of leadership before he was ready, Hans (Sawyer) the con bad guy with the heart of a teddy bear inside.