I’m hoping that the Emmy voters (who are they anyway) do what the Oscars did for Return of the King, where since the series is over, they will shower LOST with Emmys to show their appreciation for what the show has done to our culture (and prime time for that matter).
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We’re almost to the end of the best show on television…ever. A week from now, I’ll be moping around waiting to see how many decades it will be before another phenomenal ground-breaking show appears. I’m hoping that the producers’ decision to write a show with an end in mind will encourage other producers to do the same.
I’m not so livid. I actually kind of liked the episode, but I do think the way they answered who the “Adam and Eve” were from the cave in season one was a bad call.
According to our crack team of expert research analysts (aka Hundred Visions Babe), this episode (and the third to last episode of them all) is going to appeal to the fans of Ab Aeterno, of which I am one. It’s more of the island mythology, which has always been an interest of mine ever since Sayid pointed out the four toes on what was left of our iconic statue. I could go on, but I would rather just watch it than talk about it.
This week’s episode, titled, “The Candidate,” seems to be a Jack and Locke centric episode. By now, Locke should be recalling island memories. If so, does that mean he knows his eventual fate? Does he know the extent of his toolishness to MIB? What does he think of Ben now?
The Man in Black formerly known as Locke has been gathering, cajoling, threatening, and manipulating people to his side in the war against Jacob, and he’s finally going to take a shot at recruiting the last of the candidates who have not already been killed or thrown into a well: namely,
I think that Hurley will continue his streak with good luck in the sideways. Heck, maybe even Trisha Tanaka is alive and well in the sideways! Maybe they’re even an item.
I miss the conniving, oar-toting Sun, Ben-smacking woman who buys out a controlling share of her father’s corporation, threatens her blackmailing mother-in-law, and throws her poor family servant under the bus (metaphorically speaking of course) after she breaks the crystal ballerina.
“Since the beginning of time” is the translation of tonight’s episode, and it promises to answer some of the most important questions of LOST (or so I hope). Namely, it promises to answer the big question that Charlie—excuse me—Cholly posed for us all in the first episode: “Where are we?”
The big question is: has Sawyer the con man by nature finally met his match with the Man in Black (aka smokey aka Flocke aka Un-Locke)?