Wednesday, April 08, 2009

LOST


Ok, who would have thought it? Ben actually has feelings for someone other than himself. Does anyone else think that aliens might be involved in the island somehow? I'm just not seeing how the "island" is doing all this. There has to be more behind it all. According to rumor they've hired an actor (sorry I can't remember who and I'm too lazy to look it up right now) to play the mysterious Jacob in the May 14 season finale. While I think this episode is getting back to what I like I find myself growing bored with John Locke. I think part of my problem with Lost lately is that I'm not too fond of the episodes that take place back in the seventies. And next week they go back to that time. But I have to admit that they're filling in a lot of holes, showing how people ended up where they did.


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6 comments:

Starrlight said...

I could never get into this show. I tried!

Bond said...

I am enjoying this season. Questions answered...new questions asked.

I do not see aliens involved...it is the island and of course that is hard to fathom, but that is the brilliance of this show.

JohnH985 said...

I never thought about aliens either until Ben looked at all the writing after he fell through the tunnel. He looked surprised by it and some reason my mind said aliens. I hope it's not and you're probably right that it isn't. I'm enjoying the show this season, I think maybe I'm so used to those "Oh my god" moments and instead this year they're actually showing how things happened and not quite so many big what the? moments.

Anndi said...

I tried to like it too... but it didn't stick. Glad you're enjoying yourself, though.

JohnH985 said...

I understand Lost is for everyone. And it's worse if you haven't been watching from the beginning. It's confusing for someone that has been watching, I can't imagine what it would be like for someone that hasn't. It's definitely not a show that's out to pick up new viewers, I think they figure to just stick it out with the ones they have.

aims said...

I thought the death of Ceasar was an OMG moment. I didn't see that one coming at all, what with Ben trying to pit him against Locke, all just to blow him away. And the riddle/question by Illana at the end was interesting, obviously she has some back story/relation to the island or Widmore or Dharma.

I don't see aliens involved, but I definitely had a Temple of Doom feel when Ben fell through the floor!

I enjoy the Miles character, so i'm looking forward to next week!

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