Damn, good episode. Best episode of the Series, in my opinion. Using GW rating system, I give it a ****.
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It was one of the "WTF!" endings!
But what where the blast doors for? More warnings about the "incident", though it seems the film is still jumping about (maybe more pieces of film around the island?)
And that horse better be careful in case our islanders start craving more protein.
i said this on another board:
i guess my biggest question is that why was the film the same?
If they found the film in the book in the other bunker wouldn't it be a film for that bunker? or maybe a displaced one from another bunker... but the same? that they could splice in?
I'm wondering if all stations had basically the same film but after time each station has different surviving bits and pieces of it. Eventually we'll get to see the whole thing, if our heroes can find the other 3 stations.Originally Posted by Morbo
Interesting how the guy in the video was so adamant and sincere about not wanting anyone to use the computer to contact the outside world.
Thor: The Asgard would never invent a weapon that propels small weights of iron and carbon alloys, by igniting a powder of potassium nitrate, charcoal and sulphur.
well someone else on my other forum said that the film in the book was the missing part of the original film. Like someone took it out and respliced the film back together.
but I dunno.
and who knows if Michael was just freakin out, or if that was really happenin.
all i know, is dear god.
Heh. I figure the blast doors are there so that when people tinker with the computer the doors slam shut and the person(s) inside are gassed cause they didn’t follow instructions. I was just waiting for them to close on Michael there at the end since he just happened to be the one to notice them. Guess Walt is at another one of the stations…..
Ha! At the start when Kate got on the dirt bike and rode off and the camera switched back to the house. I was like “boom, the house is gonna blow”, to myself, and then well….BOOM!
Well that was kind of a letdown as far as what was on the spliced film section Mr. Eko brought. Didn’t really add anything I didn’t already know.
Overall, not too bad an episode, considering it was more Kate backstory, which I don’t find all that interesting. Though it was nice to see that the good “father” was still alive.
Now next week’s looks really good. Seems to be focused on Mr. Eko, which has quickly become my favorite character this season. I hope they have something good for his story.
IMO always implied.
sorry bud, you're not getting an episode next week.
Far as I know the next episode isn't until January.
That's why the preview didn't say "next week" it just said "Wednesdays at 9pm"
Also I can't believe Kate's mother turned her in. Kate should have blown her up too.
Stupid insert explicitive I can't say here.
I heard that too - nothing new until January. Something in a recent interview about being behind in production, or some such nonsense. They are waiting for the holidays to end as they figure the ratings aren't too hot in December for anything.Originally Posted by Morbo
Guess I wasn’t paying attention. Damn, just when it was getting good. Then what's the point of putting "Alias" back in its old time slot behind LOST beginning next week. Just a tad to late to get me to pick up watching Alias again after they moved it to Thursday this season where it conflicted with other stuff so I didn't bother. Not that it seems I'm missing anything.....
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IMO always implied.
Huah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Finally a pretty good episode. My only complaint would be Kate's 'father' saying he knew she'd kill Wayne - how the hell would he know that? She was 5 years old.
Everything else was good 'ol LOST, back in full form. I have to admit it was a little predictable, with Kate seeing Wayne in Sawyer, and the horse showing up at the end (especially after Sayid mentioned he saw Walt), etc., but it was GOOD predictable, where you knew, but still wanted to see it happen.
And that ending! At first, I was disappointed - Locke and Eko see the film that says don't use the comp for anything else, and then Michael does. What a shocking coincidence...phhhhhhhhht. But then - DAD? Boo-yah, crap my pants, is-it-january-yet ending.
Best ep of S2, easily, as well as ranking somewhere in the middle of S1. It seems the first 1/3 of S2 was just a pretty poor set-up, but now the pay-offs are going to rule (I pray).
And of course, mark your calendars - Eko vs. the Monster...freakin awesome...
Check out what some eagle eye caught from tonights ep. [Lost Media Forum]
Cool, huh? Does this reek of And Then There Were None to anybody? huh? Huh???
Very spiffy ending. Ha ha, I was like "Hey Mike, say you're Neo!" when he was typing in his name. But of course it's not Morpheus on the other end, was it? I knew he was gonna use the computer, I so did. What else is there to do on that island?? I probably would have tried to check my E-mail or get on GW though...
Mr Eko gets more screen time, yay. The whole bible bit... a bit cheesy, but very JJ like with that cryptisim. Then that trailer, hoo boy. Pleaaase give the monster screen time! I want carnage! Blood! Bones crunching! Screaming! YE-AH!
A-Ok. And Alias changes days and times! WHOOT!!! Please boot Invasions time slot!
Edit: Ahahahahaha!!! So the Jate shippers are pissed 'cause Kate goes and macks on Jack then says she has feelings for bad boy Sawyer then Jack goes to hang with Ana (who has nothing better to do than whittle? what, a PSP or Battleship board didn't get salvaged along with that Guitar? ) so confusion erupts, LMAO! Genuis writers, just..plain..genius. Give 'em what they want then snatch it away! Bam! I love that...
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I had a feeling that Kate's great sin was a little bit darker than just killing an abusive parent out of desperation. Nice to know I was right. And nice to know the writers didn't take the easy way out and make Kate the typical "saintly battered woman" you see in TV shows a lot. Not that he didn't have it coming, but...that's some cold-blooded stuff she did. Kate is AT LEAST as messed up as Ana-Lucia.
I am personally dying to know what Eko's story is...
I liked the interplay between Locke and Eko, they are both cut from the same cloth. I forsee some very interesting conversations between the two of them. One thing that bothers me is why didn't they watch the entire film that Eko brought with him instead of splicing together part from EKo's film to the film they had.
That's all there was to Eko's film - he had the missing part, and locke spliced it (by hand! - that'd be really annoying), into the original film. There is no more film.Originally Posted by Arative
Trust me - that little ity-bitty roll that Eko brought with him was only 1-3 mins. worth of film, which is what we saw (i mean, it takes 18 ft. of film to cover just 30 secs, for a reference point).
I assumed that they did splice all of Eko's film in - it didn't look like it was much anyway. Eko seems like he recognizes the Dharma symbols - since he was wearing a suit when the plane crashed, I wonder if he is some sort of executive with the company (but doesn't necessarily know about this "experiment").Originally Posted by Arative
O-Ra - that was cool about the TV in the background when Kate was talking to her real dad!
That makes more sense now, I thought when they were splicing it together, it was only a few inches of film.Originally Posted by Cinephilic TV Addict