This is one of those rare Lost episodes that stuck with a pretty linear story and only veered off on one tangential plotline. For most of the episode we’ve got Locke, Sawyer and Jack trying to hunt down Michael who has gone missing for Walt. The only diversion is a brief inter-relationship bit about Jin and Sun.
- The combination
- Sarah, Jack’s wife
- The Others
- The Hunting Party: Jack/Kate/Sawyer/Locke
2x right 25
2x left 29
1x right 40
No real message here, just noting for the record.
Actually James Ford. Was he an historical figure or am I reaching?
Jilted by one fiancee, saved by another man who became her husband, left him for a lover. Sarah gets around.
And who leaves the person who saves their life? Sure Jack was inattentive and he kissed an Italian woman, but he immediately came clean about it. She’d been having her affair long enough to pack her things and leave.
Cold. Truly cold.
How long have they been training their army of barefoot soldiers? And didn’t the wisps of smoke that appeared when they lit their torches look eerily similar to the smoke produced by the monster?
Jack and Kate are kissing cousins or incestuous siblings.
Sawyer and Kate are that flirty office couple that never gets together.
Jack and Sawyer are both driven by impulses they can’t control.
Locke? Well, Locke is the philosopher.
I’m spent. Not the deepest of episodes, but it does clear up the fact that Jack “was” married and how it all ended.
Open to interpretation:
- Whether Michael
- finds Walt
- is killed or captured by the Others
- Whether Jack’s plan is to build his own army
- Whether Hurley has a chance with Libby
- Whether Charlie can beat his demons and win back Claire
Hopefully to be decided next week.
That’s it. Discuss in the comments.