Episode 14 of the Final Season of LOST

SPOILER ALERT!!!!!!  There are all kinds of surprises in this episode of LOST.  And it is my intention to ruin them for someone.  So if you have not seen last night’s episode, keep reading.  We’re not talking about LOST at all (wink!).  By putting that wink at the end I absolve myself from any responsibility that I would have in someone reading this and being upset about its contents.

I call dibs on the motorcycle.

Big night, eh?  We’re making some great headway into the end of the series.  Which is exciting.

This has probably been one of the more eventful island adventures we have seen in a while.  More importantly, my theory that you could watch only the first 5 minutes and last 15 minutes of each episode is holding strong.  Which actually makes sense following a three act structure because you get introduced to what you need to know then you see the final conflict.  Everything in between leads up to that conflict. Story structure lessons, like survival tips, are free of charge.

The thing that does not make sense, however, are all these lucky run-ins in Snoozeville. Oh well. With that, let’s take a spin on the Coincidence Carousel.

Overall What Is Happening

The contracts expired for Sun, Jin, Sayid, Salty Air Captain and a whole lotta extras.  That’s not a euphemism.  Literally the contracts of those actors expired and so they were written out of the show.  I am guessing that it is related to the fact that there were only supposed to be 12 episodes in this season then they extended to 17 or something.  Everyone else was willing to work for free.

I’m glad that we spent all that time learning about these people’s backgrounds just to have them killed.  Way I see it, we didn’t need the Sayid or Sun/Jin episode.  They were intertwined and it turns out they don’t affect the end.  I’m just bitter that after drawing all these people last week, they got killed off.  Sad emoticon.

So that leaves Jack, Kate, Hurley, and Sawyer to fight Sad Day Monster and Claire.  Wild cards are Whitmore, Desmond, and Smurfette.  Somehow I completely lost Linus.  I have no idea where he is.  Or Ricardo.  In fact, I don’t remember seeing him for a while.  Oh wait.  They went off on their own to fight and kill Sad Day Monster.  They must be terrible trackers if they haven’t found him yet.  Also, not following Jack has worked out great for them so far considering what just happened to everyone in this episode.  I know I’ve beaten this drum quite a bit (and it has some more hits coming this week) but Jack has no idea what he is talking about and I don’t understand why no one on the island sees that yet.

In Los Angeles, everyone reunites from their flight from Sydney to LA.  These people have memories like bear traps.  Jack and Wheelchair Locke come one step closer to being lovers.  That’s all that happens.

More Detailed Episode Recap

Locke wakes up with a case of the Mondays in the hospital.  He’s all groggy and sees a blurry Jack.  He missed his chance to pretend to fall back asleep.  Locke wants to know what happened.  I’ll take this one, Jack.  You see, Mr. Locke, someone decided to see if their four wheel vehicle was stronger than your four wheel vehicle.  They won.  Big.

Jack then tells Locke he is a candidate.  (Pause)  Candidate for what asks Locke.  (Pause)  Surgery to restore your legs.  Get it?  See what they did there?  You don’t?  Oh. Locke’s survival instincts kick-in and he says thanks but no thanks to the surgery.  He also doesn’t want to talk about what happened that left him paralyzed.

Jack thinks privacy is for chumps so he goes and finds Locke’s dentist, Dr. Bernard Nadler.  He has a practice with Dr. Harold Testenstein.  Jack wants to know why he performed oral surgery on Locke.  Because his mouth was messed up is the answer.  When asked why he wants to know, Jack is pretty reluctant to answer.  The dentist then asks Jack if he was on Oceanic flight 815.  He was the old guy across the aisle whose wife Jack flirted with.  Course he is. And of course he remembers the flight number.  And of course he remembers that there was another man with him named Anthony Cooper.  And of course he happily breaks doctor-patient confidentiality to share this info with Jack.  At least Dr. Nadler admits he has a good memory.  Based on the amount of time I would need to still have all these memories, Locke was paralyzed last week and the flight from Sydney was 20 minutes ago.

So much cooler before all the tourists started showing up.

Jack visits Anthony Cooper but is having a hard time getting past the reception desk.  Lock’s fiance happens by and asks what up.  Jack keeps pushing to help Locke walk again.  She says “You saved his life. Why isn’t that enough?”  “Because it’s not.”   And that, my friends, is both a terrible answer and seems a little disparaging to people in wheelchairs.  It works somehow and Ellen takes Jack back to meet Anthony Cooper.  Turns out he is catatonic.  I also think he is on loan from Madam Tussaud’s so they didn’t have to pay an actor.  Lost went bankrupt.  Aside from being made of wax (or the greatest actor of his generation), this guy is also Locke’s dad.  Why do they have different last names then?

Back at the hospital, Jack is watching Locke sleep (creepy).  Locke starts dreaming about naked people and making happy sounds.  Jack decides it’s a good time to wake him up.  Then of course Claire shows up.  She was looking for Jack and asks to talk.

Jack needs to carbo-load before a talk so they go to a vending machine.  While there, Claire shows him a box that their dad left for her.  Jack doesn’t know what it is.  Then they realize they were on the same flight.  Shouldn’t Desmond show up about now?  Jack decides to put the moves on Claire and offers to let her sleep at her house.  Claire is playing hard to get so Jack goes to his fall back line of “we’re family.”  It doesn’t work.

Locke is rolling out of the hospital, feeling good about life, suspiciously looking at Jin because he doesn’t trust Asians, when Jack appears.  He wants to say goodbye to Locke.  Locke’s still happy.  Then Jack tells him he visited his father.  Now Locke is all sad.  Way to go, Jack.  Turns out Locke got into a plane crash and now everybody is all messed up.  Jack tells him to man up and they can be best friends.  At least I think that’s what happened.  I kinda zoned out during this part.

Back to the island!

Jack wakes up in a canoe with Sayid watching (feels a little creepy, doesn’t it, Jack?).  Sayid, flying in the face of the last 5 episodes, appears human again and is all buddy-buddy with Jack.

I felt left out, so I made my own list of names.

Instant cutaway.  The other group, or Team Common Sense as they will be known for ditching Jack, is being herded to cages by nerds.  One of the nerds gets tough with Sawyer and Sawyer smacks him across the face and takes his gun.  Whitmore rolls up and puts a gun on Kate.  He says he has a list of names (everyone on this island does) and Kate isn’t on it.  Kate says don’t trust him, but Sawyer is full of puppy love and decides to give the nerd his gun back.  The nerd then hits Sawyer in his swimsuit area.  Not cool, nerd.  Not cool.  After they get in the cages, Whitmore tells him they are being into the cages for their own safety.  Kinda like how we keep manatees at the zoo.  Whitmore says he needs to get ready because someone is coming in an hour.  Probably from match.com.

Sayid tells Jack that John Locke saved him.  I get ready for Jack to respond with “or did I save him?”  It’s just Jack, Sayid, and Sad Day Monster now.  They couldn’t afford all those extras.  Jack puts on his backpack and feels confident and ready to take on the world.  Sad Day Monster shows back up and says they need to go rescue the people in the cages.  Jack wants to know why he should trust him.  Sad Day Monster sez because if he wanted to he could kill all of them.  I’m sold.  So is Jack.  Sayid was mentally undressing Jack and didn’t hear the conversation.

Sawyer starts talking about how they were in the cages before and he seems pretty upset about it.  Kate tries to feel good about herself by telling Sawyer that Whitmore was bluffing.  Sawyer, not understanding how to trick women into loving you, rains on her parade by telling her that her name was crossed off the list in the cave with names.  Kate looks destroyed by the news.

In another part of the cage, Jin and Sun are putting on a snoozefest talking about their kid and Sun’s ring.

Meanwhile, all the nerds tried to get on World of Warcraft at once and the power went out.  Then Sad Day Monster goes rain cloud mode and kills all the nerds.  One of them is dead and laying near the cage with the keys on his belt.  Kate gets low and tries to reach the key but can’t.  Maybe one of the 6’2″ dudes should try instead of the 5’4″ woman.  Doesn’t matter, Backpack Jack swoops in and grabs the key and unlocks the cage.

Aaaaaaand, 7 hours pass and it’s noon.  They’re all walking through the woods.  Jack says he will help them get to the plane, but it is not his intention to get on it.  He’s not meant to leave.  Translation: there’s still booze in the condos.  Sawyer says “thanks for the hustle, bro”.  Sayid shows up.  Jack says it’s ok.  I say, no it’s not.  Someone needs to shoot this maniac.  They don’t.

Sad Day Monster has gone ahead to the plane.  There are a couple nerds shooting him.  He promptly snaps one dude’s neck then shoots the other guy.  Then he steals his the dead guy’s watch.  That’s hardcore.  Sad Day Monster goes up a cute little wooden staircase to get into the plane.  He finds some wires in the overheard compartments.  Spirit airlines charged him $25.

The rest of the gang catches up and Sayid points out that one of the nerd’s necks has been broken.  “That’s because I broke it.”  Nice, Sad Day Monster.  “If it’s any consolation, Whitmore knew I would kill them.”  There’s really no consolation there.  You still killed them.  Sad Day Monster announces that now they need to take the submarine.  They’ve really set up the first person shooter video game “The Lost Chronicles” nicely in this sequence.  Sawyer acts friendly with Sad Day Monster.  Jack announces he still isn’t leaving.  No one is sad.  Now Jack is sad that no one is sad.  Sawyer hatches a plan.  He tells Jack to make sure Sad Day Monster can’t get on the sub.  How?  Just get it in the water.  I’ll take care of the rest.  Cool plan.

Everyone goes into perv mode and is hiding in the bushes.  Sawyer is giving instructions and says “we’re going in hard.”  We’re still talking about the raid on the submarine, right?  Sawyer finishes laying out the plan which has two groups go then leaves Jack and Sad Day Monster to hang back and go last.

Alpha team goes… to no resistance.  Once in the sub, the same guy who got his neck broke is now running the sub.  They cast this show really well.  I believe that all of these guys in the nerd army are actually nerds.  Beta team goes.  Locke hands Jack his backpack.  I am surprised Jack had it off in the first place.  As they are running to the sub, a sniper in a tree shoots Kate.  There are a bunch of nerds being pervs in the bushes too (must be around the time Smurfette goes for a swim) and start shooting.  Jack opts not to duck and stands to return fire.  Lucky for him these nerds learned how to shoot from Stormtroopers and can’t hit anything.

Sad Day Monster comes to help and starts shooting people.  One gunman runs right at him.  The strategy doesn’t work and Sad Day Monster gets the easy kill.  Jack pushes him in the water, takes Kate on the sub, and they sail away.  Ditching Claire up top.  Poor Claire.  Sad Day Monster tells her that she doesn’t want to be on that sub.  There’s no ventilation so it’s gonna smell pretty bad with all those sweaty people on it.

Tending to Kate, Jack says he might have a shirt in his backpack.  Oooooooooh.  That’s why he has always has that pack!  Because there’s a shirt in there.  What they actually find is some C4. Uh ohz.  Rather than taking immediate action, they have a chit chat about it and look longingly at each other.

After a commercial break to think things over, they call down to Salty Captain and tell him to surface.  He says “We’re divin!”  Yes, we are.  Now do the opposite.  It’s going to take them 5 minutes to surface.  That seems like a long time.  Oh, and there’s about 2 minutes left before the bomb goes off.  Sayid begins looking at the bomb and telling Sawyer how to defuse it.

Jack hasn’t talked in a while so he says that they can just let the timer run out and nothing will happen.  Oh boy.  Everyone looks at Jack like he is crazy (they’re right) but they’re so stressed they don’t know what to do.  Jack explains (paraphrasing):  “Don’t you see.  This is what he wanted.  He couldn’t kill us all, we need to kill each other.  So he tried to get us all in one place so we would all die.  Don’t you get it?  He needs us all to die.  And THAT, my friends, is why we should all be confident that nothing will happen when the timer on this C4 counts down.”  Jack is going with the carpet bombing approach in logic where if he says enough things, he’s bound to get one thing right.

Sawyer has a moment of clarity and pulls out the wires.  The timer stops.  Then the timer starts going again real fast.  I thought that only happened in cartoons.  Anyway, Sayid tells Jack where to find Desmond (his corpse, right?) and grabs the bomb and makes a run for it.  Good for you Sayid.  A little while later Sayid joins the Illyana Club and goes boom.  To be clear, Jack was wrong.  The bomb went off.

Now stuff goes real bananas…

Salty Captain is walking to find out what’s going on and notices the pressure on the sub is going to shoot a sewer lid at him.  Instead of taking his remaining 5 seconds to get out of the way, he says “Aw hell.”  Boom. Done.

The rest of the group plays a game of yelling each other’s name.  Hurley says he is going to get Sayid.  Jack says there is no more Sayid.  Are you sure?  There was a lot of Juliette left when she set off that nuke.

Sun got herself trapped under a cabinet.  Jack sends Kate with Hurley and tells him to get her out of there.  Jack gives him a pep talk and sends him on his way.  Now that he’s out of the way, they get to work rescuing Sun.  They flip off the cabinet only to find some crazy piping pinning her in.  I’m still not exactly sure how she ended up in there.  She probably is just doing it for attention.

A piece of ceiling falls down and knocks Sawyer out.  Nothing is going their way.  I blame Jack.  Sun tells Jin to go.  He refuses.  Poor Jin, he has to stick around because Sun can’t avoid obstacles.  Jin tells Jack to go and take Sawyer.  Jack says no, Jin says yes.  Finally Jack agrees.  Looks like there’s going to be one more orphan in the world.  Jack makes a break for it and we see him swim out what appears to be a giant clam.

Jin continues trying to save Sun.  She wants him to go.  He doesn’t even consider it because he loves her that much (in your face, The Notebook!).  They both know what is going to happen.  They share an embrace.  Jin talks to her in their native language and tells him he can’t leave.  They hold hands.  It’s very sad and romantic (in your face, Titanic!).  Later, we see their arms underwater drifting apart.  It’s a really touching mome-COMMERCIAL BREAK!

No fade to black before jumping to an ad. Good work, ABC.  Glad you squeezed in that extra second of commercial.  Save up enough of those and you can run a crappy 5 second promo for V.

Jack gets Sawyer to the beach where he teases all the ladies by starting to go in for mouth-to-mouth then pulling back.  Hurley and Kate find them.  We find out Sawyer will be fine.  They find out what happened to Jin and Sun.  Hurley fake cries because he wants attention.  Jack real cries because he lost his backpack.

Sad Day Monster and Claire have been killing the last 7 hours on the dock.  Sad Day Monster says it’s time to go finish what he started.

Thoughts I Have

  • How/why did Sun get back to the island?
  • This island must be at a really strange longitude and lattitude based on how quickly it goes from day to night.  It has to be about 2 hours for each based on how quickly it changes on the show.  And if not, then what are they doing for all that time?  This show is the opposite of 24 when it comes to time.
  • Not sure where Ricardo and his buddies went.  But I like them and would like it if they returned.

    Ricardo and Miles are off doing something cool. Like loitering behind a small school.


123 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Benoit on May 5, 2010 at 12:56 pm

    Yes ! =D

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  2. Yahooo! Gotta get a snack and a soda for this epic read…

    MORE PICTURES!

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  3. Posted by Alex Trebek on May 5, 2010 at 1:04 pm

    The break did you good, back in form. Nice work.

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  4. Posted by Kristi on May 5, 2010 at 1:13 pm

    “They must be terrible trackers if they haven’t found him yet.”

    THANK YOU! All this time the gang has been moving around, Ricardo and Co. haven’t been able to find Sad Day Monster??? Couldn’t they hear the explosions and gunfire? Haven’t there been like three sun-ups and sun-downs since they split up?

    So if Claire was pissed they left her behind twice, can you imagine how pi$$ed she’d be after Sawyer shut the sub door on her and left her to get capped by those off-target-shooting nerds? Granted, she was saved from the Sub of Death, but still, way to make a girl feel like she’s not wanted!!! Claire = dork that none of the cool kids want to hang out with

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    • Posted by jasonc on May 5, 2010 at 3:05 pm

      They actually went to Dharma-ville to find a stash of grenades that Ben knew about to return and blow up the plane. Granted, it’s still taking a long time for that, but that’s where they went.

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  5. Posted by haters to the left on May 5, 2010 at 1:25 pm

    This is all sawyers fault actually for pulling the wires.

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  6. Posted by MaxD on May 5, 2010 at 1:28 pm

    haha best post yet

    – “jack real cries bc he lost his backpack”

    – “all the nerds tried to get on WoW at once and the power went out”

    hilarious lol

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  7. Posted by Toga on May 5, 2010 at 1:30 pm

    “Meanwhile, all the nerds tried to get on World of Warcraft at once and the power went out. Then Sad Day Monster goes rain cloud mode and kills all the nerds.”

    Just brilliant.

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  8. Posted by andretti on May 5, 2010 at 1:34 pm

    Awesome episode, and dude, Jack was right. Smocke can’t kill them, he’s not allowed, Sawyer inadvertently killed them

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  9. Posted by Belica on May 5, 2010 at 1:35 pm

    The episode I cried most. The review I laughed most. How can you do that? Genius

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  10. Posted by Ian on May 5, 2010 at 1:38 pm

    On your thoughts:

    1. Season 3 and 4
    2. You are right, changes in the island’s weather are deliberate (Season 1 and 4)
    3. Ben is one of the main guys, they”ll return

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  11. I have to draw a line somewhere.

    I’ve raved about your posts to friends, neighbors, anyone who will listen. So funny. Spot on. But I believe your jealousy for Jack and his smokin’ good looks has gotten in the way of your investigative reporting.

    Jack totally saved the day in this episode in more ways than one. If everyone (by everyone I mean Sawyer) had listened to Jack maybe Jin, Sun, Sayid and Sea Captain would still be kickin’. And then he saves Sawyer’s risky butt anyway! Oh, and Jack’s backpack totally accentuates his pecs and makes him look badass.

    So there, I’m on Team Jack.

    And I might have been able to forgive this grievance in the presence of a farewell montage to the Kwons (and their now-orphaned daughter).

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  12. Posted by Angie on May 5, 2010 at 2:01 pm

    YES! whoever had the idea of a farewell montage to jin and sun… and i’d add sayid and sea captain… is right on!
    also, i was surprised not to see linus on your fake list! i mean, come on… he’s at least as cool as sad day monster.

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    • Posted by Sophie on May 6, 2010 at 6:37 am

      Angie, you are so right!!

      Why wasn’t Ben mentioned in the loitering pic? He was drawn but come on!! Ben is so damn cool!

      (He’d also be number 1 on my sexy list :P)

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  13. Posted by Pez on May 5, 2010 at 2:05 pm

    This is the first episode of Lost I’ve watched. Seems like I’m all caught up and ready for the ending.

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  14. Posted by other on May 5, 2010 at 2:20 pm

    Surprised you didn’t make mention of Hurley’s epic swim from a sinking submarine with a wounded passenger in tow…you must be making a conscious effort not to make fun of him any more. That’s admirable, but come on, it must be so tempting…

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    • Posted by Aimz on May 6, 2010 at 10:39 am

      Totally. I mean I know fat floats and everything, but no way that dude can swim a mile while carrying a wounded woman.

      And how awesome would it have been if Jake and Sawyer made out. Hot!

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    • Posted by Mary on May 7, 2010 at 6:20 pm

      Hurley was crying so hard because his muscles cramped from all that swimming!

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  15. Yeah, last night I wondered what happened to Ben. They’d better be up to something interesting… How much you wanna bet Ben will end up saving them all?

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  16. Posted by Esther on May 5, 2010 at 2:45 pm

    “Locke’s survival instincts kick-in and he says thanks but no thanks to the surgery. ”

    “Jack puts on his backpack and feels confident and ready to take on the world.”

    “Everyone goes into perv mode and is hiding in the bushes.”

    “Sawyer is giving instructions and says “we’re going in hard.” We’re still talking about the raid on the submarine, right? ”

    “There are a bunch of nerds being pervs in the bushes too (must be around the time Smurfette goes for a swim) ”

    Hahaha all of them were so good! anda tha backpack jokes, ROFL, it was hilarious! Thank you!

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  17. Posted by anon on May 5, 2010 at 2:57 pm

    I agree with one of the commentors. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading your posts, but I think your irrational Jack-bashing has taken over all the humour in the posts. You seem to make a jibe at everything he does. He wasn’t wrong about the C4 at all-in fact if Sawyer had listened to him, there would probably have been no submarine explosion. It’s just hard to understand if you have only seen the 6th season of lost why you hate him so much-as far as I can remember he hasn’t actually done anything to piss anyone off this season!

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    • Posted by Dan on May 6, 2010 at 1:14 am

      Yeah take a lesson from the latest bombing attempt in New York. Just ignore the bomb and it won’t go off.

      Seriously, do you know for sure that it wouldn’t explode anyway? Maybe if Richard were around it. But otherwise it’s just another guess that he could just as easily be wrong about (like with Jughead). Of course for that matter, it’s just a work of fiction subject to the whim of the writers, so you’d have to ask them.

      Funny how SDM was able to hack a watch into a detonator in just a few minutes though, especially with the ability to suddenly run extra-fast a-la Lethal Weapon 3, and even funnier that nobody actually thought about trying to pull the detonator cap out of the C4 before the timer ran down.

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      • Posted by paranoid android on May 6, 2010 at 2:03 am

        It’s hard to say what would have happened with the bomb. This is Harry Potter Wand Mechanics territory – the show works by its own internal logic and made-up rules that don’t exist in the real world. So you could have endless discussions about this and never get a conclusive answer.

        I guess from the non-initiated viewer’s point of view (and Sawyer’s, for that matter) Jack’s rant about the bomb sounded totally insane. Poor James definitely thought he was doing the right thing.

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        • Posted by KM on May 8, 2010 at 10:43 pm

          Right, it wouldn’t have exploded, but how would Sawyer have known that & what basis did Sawyer have to trust Jack at this point. This is what MIB Locke was counting on when he got them all together in the sub, that someone (likely Sawyer) would do something irritational when the bomb was found. Yes, Jack’s rant did sound totally insane to anyone who didn’t know about his recent findings; The Lighthouse Wheel, the conversation with Richard in The BlackRock, his conversations with Hurley via Jacob. Sawyer had no knowledge of any of this.

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          • Posted by kiki on May 9, 2010 at 9:06 am

            Actually, I’d say Sad Day Monster was counting on someone -in this case Sawyer – doing something rational, not irrational. Like try to defuse the bomb. but in fact, it was the insane irrational Jake tactic that would have saved them. You gotta be nuts to survive.

      • Posted by luthien on May 7, 2010 at 11:43 am

        Oh yes we know for sure that it wouldn’t explode… The scene with Jack and Richard in the Black Rock was there for a reason. Jack knew the dynamite wouldnt explode and he was right. Just like he’s right about the c4’s.
        They can’t kill themselves (meaning they can’t commit suicide), Flocke can’t kill them. But the candidates CAN kill each other… Silly maybe but that’s the way it is. And -crazy- Jack is the only one who got it.

        I’m on Team Jack as well…
        Haters to the left LOL

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      • Posted by philw1776 on May 9, 2010 at 5:11 pm

        Mainly because the blogger HAS watched all seasons of LOST and is playing to the sub audience of those of us who wanted Jack dead in the early seasons. Me, I’ve gotten over it. Go Jack!

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    • Posted by llewelynofwales on May 6, 2010 at 3:29 pm

      Actually, since the very first season, myself and several of my hard-core Lost friends absolutely hate Jack. I have yet to meet a Lost fan who actually likes Jack, as he has progressively gotten more and more annoying throughout the show. Therefore, I don’t have a problem with Jack bashing – this guy has identified in 1 season what we’ve realized through 5!

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      • Posted by delany on May 6, 2010 at 6:51 pm

        Everyone looks to Jack because he was the go-to guy from the beginning. Naturally, without seeing the first FIVE season the writer here wouldn’t know this. But who cares about all that. THIS season Jack seems to have mellowed out big time. But that going to see Locke’s dentist after he was told to forget the surgery, yeah. I’m with ya on that. He’s still a controller. But I still like him. Probably because I’m an enabler. We should probably hook up after this season ends.

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      • Posted by KM on May 8, 2010 at 10:49 pm

        Agreed, most people didn’t like Jack. I’d go so far to say his character was never written to be liked; it was all intentional to get Jack to the point where he is now. Even from the beginning of the season we started out with Jack’s plan to reset time so the plane didn’t crash didn’t work. Why would Sawyer trust him? I can see this blogger’s POV.

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    • Posted by KM on May 8, 2010 at 10:37 pm

      In Sawyers defense, the last time he listened to Jack, Juliet got pulled down to the bottom of the Swan site & died in his arms. Sawyer had not been privy to what Jack has learned over the course of the last several episodes (i.e. the scene in The Blackrock where the dynamite didn’t explode); Sawyer was basing his decision on trusting Jack not really that long ago. The person responsible was MIB Locke who knew that one of them would do something irrational upon seeing the bomb & they’d kill themselves, Sawyer was conned by a better con man. While Sawyers action were annoying, I personally am not holding him responsible for these deaths. He was wrong, much like Jack was wrong in thinking by blowing up Jughead would reset time & keep Oceanic 815 from crashing.

      Jack, while becoming the “New Jack” & “man of faith” did not start out the season this way; he story this season has had a progression to this Jack; I can see how this blogger would see Jack as making bad decisions since the opening of the season was LA X showing that Jack clearly made a terrible decision, as he admitted to Sawyer. It’s the die hard Jack fans that would be taking such a hard stand on the Jack situation here. Having said that, I am one who was never a Jack fan, but am now a member of Team Jake =) I must admit his story arc should be making the most anti-Jack fans changing their minds by now.

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  18. Posted by Dominator on May 5, 2010 at 3:07 pm

    “I know I’ve beaten this drum quite a bit (and it has some more hits coming this week) but Jack has no idea what he is talking about and I don’t understand why no one on the island sees that yet.”

    WRONG!

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  19. Posted by EddieW on May 5, 2010 at 3:22 pm

    Last night was like a bad 70s disaster film, it was only missing Zsa Zsa Gabor showing up.

    Fun recap but I think you are lately spending too much time telling us what happened and not enough time giving your opinions on things. I already know what happened, I just want to read your opinions.

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    • Posted by elsie on May 6, 2010 at 1:32 pm

      But the way he tells it is so damn FUNNY. Keep it up, pd.

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    • Posted by Jenny on May 7, 2010 at 2:26 pm

      I agree with you on that one! I’m not really sure why I still read these. They are not that funny and now just seem to make fun of Lost. Which, I’m all for cause the show has lots of stupid moments to make fun of, but it’s done better by someone who knows the show. You’re musings are often wrong and therefore not funny. Amateur really. Being as this is a blog about a first timer, you should make it more about that. As the other poster said, I’ve already watched the show, I don’t need a recap.

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  20. Posted by Just Saying on May 5, 2010 at 3:41 pm

    Man! You are just getting better and better at this, hahaha. EddieW, the fun is in this guy’s retelling! There are a million other Lost opinion blogs out there.
    My faves:
    – “let’s take a spin on the Coincidence Carousel”
    – “The nerd then hits Sawyer in his swimsuit area. Not cool, nerd. Not cool.”
    – “Spirit airlines charged him $25″
    – “It’s a really touching mome-COMMERCIAL BREAK!”
    – “This show is the opposite of 24 when it comes to time.”

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  21. Posted by debi on May 5, 2010 at 4:02 pm

    Dont worry about the day/night thing. Its been going on for years….best to just ignore it.

    My favorite scene was Jack and Locke in the hospital corridor at the end of the episode. Once you’ve seen the whole series, you’ll realize how near perfect it is.

    After the Jughead debacle, it would have been unlikely that James would have trusted Jack about anything.

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  22. Posted by Michael on May 5, 2010 at 4:03 pm

    I usually agree with you about Jack, but I think you are a little unfair when you say he was wrong about the bomb going off. I think he was right. He told Sawyer not to mess with the bomb, Sawyer messed with the bomb, the bomb went off. I think if the wires were not pulled, the timer would have just run off.

    Do you hate Jack so much that you are too quick to point out he is wrong, even if he is not?

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    • Posted by Jenny on May 7, 2010 at 2:33 pm

      exactly! Jack was right. If ‘Locke’ wanted to kill them he could have easily done so by now. He’s the f-ing smoke monster! But he can’t: it’s against the rules or whatever. He needed them to mess with the bomb so that whoever pulls out the wires kills them all, not Locke. I also usually love anyone who makes fun of Jack (he’s a moron… although he’s been much less so this season), but you were just plain wrong on this one.

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  23. Posted by John on May 5, 2010 at 4:15 pm

    In response to:

    • How/why did Sun get back to the island?
    • This island must be at a really strange longitude and lattitude based on how quickly it goes from day to night. It has to be about 2 hours for each based on how quickly it changes on the show. And if not, then what are they doing for all that time? This show is the opposite of 24 when it comes to time.

    Uh, Sun was on the Ajira flight. You should know that even if this is the only season you watched.

    Two, time is different on the island as is light. I refer you to the clock on the rocket a couple seasons ago and Farraday when he says how light scatters oddly on the island.

    Just FYI. Great write up once again.

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    • Posted by KM on May 8, 2010 at 10:52 pm

      He has no idea about the clock on the rocket. He knows Sun was on the Ajira flight, he asking why she went back, I question why she went back too. Afterall she did leave her daughter at home not seeming to care at all about that.

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      • Posted by philw1776 on May 9, 2010 at 5:23 pm

        Left her kid (temporarily, she thought) with loving grandparents to go find her husband Jin, the love of her life she’d abandoned. How hard is this to understand?

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  24. Posted by Stephanie on May 5, 2010 at 5:12 pm

    Jack was right about the bomb. Because Sawyer messed with it something else that “Sad Day Monster” had done to rig it kicked in and it started going faster and became an active bomb. He isn’t allowed to kill them (just like he couldn’t kill Jacob) so he is manipulating them into inadvertently killing each other.

    Totally with you on the Titanic reference – that’s all I could think about when those scenes were happening (that and who is gonna rear your child). Terry O”Quinn (Locke) is an amazing actor and he totally stole this episode both on island and in sideways world.

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  25. Good catch on the commercial. Over here, right after they showed Jin and Sun’s hands parting as they drowned (which was BY FAR the saddest moment ever on Lost), they went immediately to commericial. The one for the nicotine gum where there’s a guy sitting on the dock, next to the water.

    Of course I yelled, “Get in the water, you fool! The Kwons are drowning down there!”

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  26. Posted by Ryan on May 5, 2010 at 5:45 pm

    These recaps have gone from a witty observation line or two per paragraph to EVERY SINGLE LINE bursting with humor. I will pay you money to recap the previous seasons – in reverse order, of course.

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  27. Posted by Dominator on May 5, 2010 at 7:39 pm

    “Jack hasn’t talked in a while so he says that they can just let the timer run out and nothing will happen. Oh boy. Everyone looks at Jack like he is crazy (they’re right) but they’re so stressed they don’t know what to do. Jack explains (paraphrasing): “Don’t you see. This is what he wanted. He couldn’t kill us all, we need to kill each other. So he tried to get us all in one place so we would all die. Don’t you get it? He needs us all to die. And THAT, my friends, is why we should all be confident that nothing will happen when the timer on this C4 counts down.” Jack is going with the carpet bombing approach in logic where if he says enough things, he’s bound to get one thing right.”

    “To be clear, Jack was wrong. The bomb went off.”

    No, he was right. Do even pay attention? LOCKE can’t do anything to them but since SAWYER pulled out the wires, the C4 exploded. If they left it alone, it wouldn’t have exploded. Sawyer killed them.

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    • Posted by Eve on May 5, 2010 at 9:28 pm

      Er, I’ve watched every single episode of Lost – and even I don’t understand this logic. The bomb went off.

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      • Posted by Erin on May 5, 2010 at 10:01 pm

        Yes, the bomb went off. But the bomb went off because Sawyer pulled the wires out. Jack was quite clearly saying…if we leave it alone, the bomb will not go off because Flocke can’t kill us. Just like he couldn’t kill jacob…he had to find a loophole – Ben. Sawyer pulling out the wires was his loophole. He wanted them all in one confined space, and he was banking on them trying to disarm it. If they had left it alone they’d all be fine. Jack wins.

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        • Posted by paranoid android on May 6, 2010 at 2:11 am

          Or maybe Jack bringing the bomb to the sub (even though he didn’t know about it) meant that HE killed them, and would have killed everybody if they had listened to him. If SDM/Locke had really planned for them to disarm the bomb, he was very lucky that Jack found it in time!
          It’s hard to tell in a story that’s operating by its own supernatural rules. This discussion could go on forever. I guess the point is that Sawyer will THINK he was responsible. Maybe this will cause him to do something heroic in the end to make up for it.

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          • Posted by Jamie K. on May 6, 2010 at 2:48 pm

            No, Jack bringing the C4 into the sub would actually mean for certain that the bomb wouldn’t blow if going by your logic because Jack can’t kill himself. Remember the scene with Richard Alpert and the dynamite?

      • Posted by elsie on May 6, 2010 at 1:36 pm

        They are candidates, Smokey’s not allowed to kill them. It’s the same as with the dynamite that couldn’t explode, remember? It would have been ‘against the rules’ for the bomb to go off if it was detonated by Smokey, so if they had left it alone, it would have fizzled just like Richard’s stick of dynamite. But Sawyer pulled the wires, so now it’s HIM doing it – so it goes off.

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  28. Posted by Dominator on May 5, 2010 at 7:43 pm

    “Hurley fake cries because he wants attention. Jack real cries because he lost his backpack.”

    Man I know you are trying to be funny but this is just heartless. Douchbag…

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    • Posted by Andy on May 6, 2010 at 9:25 am

      You’re aware that they are fictional characters, right?

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      • Posted by KM on May 8, 2010 at 10:56 pm

        It’s just easy for some people to sit behind their computers and spew name calling to a total stranger. Likely someone who does it often.

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    • Posted by tianalys on May 6, 2010 at 1:09 pm

      oh come on it is funny and it is not like we were making fun of real people it is TV !

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      • Posted by meimy on May 6, 2010 at 5:01 pm

        of course it’s tv but have you never felt attachment to characters on a tv show or in a book? If not then there would be no point to making any more tv shows or movies or writing any more books. The guy is a douchbag and apparently so are you.

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        • Posted by Rafael on May 7, 2010 at 10:33 am

          As heartbreaking as that moment was when I first watched it (and actually just as much when I watched it the second time) I really enjoyed that line. I mean, to find humor in that moment. Of course, he’s a douchebag. But I enjoy douchebaggery from time to time, especially on my shows I like

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        • Posted by tianalys on May 7, 2010 at 10:49 am

          So I m the douchebag but your the one you can t stand someone having a different pov without insulting him? so if I follow you you can deliberately insult a real person you is a stranger to you but of course it is okay to make fun with a FICTIONAL character ..

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          • Posted by meimy on May 8, 2010 at 4:27 pm

            I also can’t stand someone who can’t talk or write with correct grammar and punctuation. I have no idea what you were trying to say there.

  29. Posted by Pancakes on May 5, 2010 at 8:24 pm

    This blog makes me laugh solely because, even though I have watched every episode of the entire series and absolutely adore Lost, I am at least as angry and bitchy about everything Jack does as you are. I think that Jack is a moron who whines a lot and makes terrible decisions. I yell through my tv at him to shut up at least twice every single episode.

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    • Posted by called it on May 5, 2010 at 8:31 pm

      exactly, he does whine alot and has made horrible decisions, but there is no way that the writer could know any of that and hate him for it, if he is being truthful about never seeing the show until this season. He’s a fake. A funny fake, but a fake. If you are familiar with lostpedia forums, he is a jodi-esque character.

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      • Posted by Dan on May 6, 2010 at 1:25 am

        Oh please. The first episode of the season started with Jack convincing them to set off a nuke to get off the island, which put Jack’s sanity in question to someone who never saw the show before, and Durbin sarcastically commented about it being totally illogical and already . Then every episode after that Jack made more and more stupid decisions, which were dutifully called out. And this is the guy they center the show around. So yeah, how could someone NOT question Jack’s IQ by now? One instant he’s “letting go” and the next he’s smashing mirrors and giving nonsense advice.

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        • Posted by Pancakes on May 6, 2010 at 1:52 pm

          I think he’s done plenty this season to warrant laughter and loathing. When he broke the lighthouse mirror then just had to stare at the ocean for awhile… I hated him for breaking the mirror and had to laugh hysterically about his staring at the ocean. I don’t appreciate that there are so many Jack-centric episodes, but the fact that there are allows anyone to see his stupidity.

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  30. Posted by called it on May 5, 2010 at 8:29 pm

    your hate of jack seems to imply that you have without a doubt seen more than this season of LOST. He hasnt really done much of anything that could be considered horrible or retarded this season compared to other seasons and so there is no reason for you to hate on him as much as you do, unless you have seen prior seasons. Than i would understand, even though you would still be entirely wrong about him in terms of this episode. You’re faking it and it’s becoming a bit more apparent. You still got some funny lines from time to time, so i’ll give you that.

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    • Posted by Josh on May 6, 2010 at 10:51 pm

      He set off a nuke in other seasons?

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      • Posted by Jenny on May 7, 2010 at 2:37 pm

        yes, that was season 5. The aftermath of it all was season 6

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        • Posted by KM on May 8, 2010 at 11:12 pm

          It was still made clear what had happened and who’s decision it was in the beginning of season 6. Jack has shown himself to still be a control freak & bossy in this season plenty of times.

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    • Posted by Paula on May 9, 2010 at 8:53 pm

      Geeez. The guy’s just having fun. Lighten up. He makes fun of ‘Jake’ ever week. It’s an entertainment piece, after all. If you’re not being entertained, just don’t keep coming back. There are 2 million other Lost reviews to keep you busy.

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  31. Posted by Eve on May 5, 2010 at 9:26 pm

    I was pretty sad about the lack of Jack and Sawyer mouth-to-mouth, too. I can’t believe LOST deprived us of that.

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  32. Posted by Goatjugsoup on May 5, 2010 at 9:31 pm

    I second more pics
    love your hate of jack its so hilarious even though i dont agree with it

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  33. Posted by nerdlinger on May 5, 2010 at 9:42 pm

    Nobody <3's this?:

    "Jack thinks privacy is for chumps so he goes and finds Locke’s dentist, Dr. Bernard Nadler. He has a practice with Dr. Harold Testenstein."

    Simple, childish, hilarious!

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  34. Posted by sabrina on May 5, 2010 at 10:09 pm

    I have never hated Jack…Until this season. Why people must you assume/point-fingers at the author that he is LYING at watching previous seasons because he has a heavy disrespect for jack? I have faithfully watched every episode of every season (twice, on tv when it aired and then on dvd later with my husband…) and jack has never been more annoying that the final season. For someone who has no knowledge of any established back story I see it incredibly easy to loath the leading man.

    Oh, and I predict either sawyer or jack to die before its over, and either kate or claire, one of each of those pairs is going to die before this is over.

    Desmond is the most important (and badass) characters on the show. I can’t wait for him to get out of that hole!

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    • Posted by EddieW on May 6, 2010 at 1:20 am

      Because he keeps calling Jack bossy. And whatever you might think of Jack this season that’s one thing he’s not. He improved a lot in that area.

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      • Posted by Dan on May 6, 2010 at 1:29 am

        Uh yeah, tell that to Snoozeville Locke. He’s only a step away from drugging Locke and performing the surgery anyway.

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        • Posted by Esther on May 10, 2010 at 4:24 pm

          hahahaha so true! Jack was all stalkerish, not as creepy as Dez but yet… I love Jack, he is mi fave character and I don’t mind the “bashing”, although there was one recap when it was way too much but not in this one.

          Something else, nobody but SDM is to blame for the explosion. They were all victims trying to do what they thought was best. And I still think that Sayid activated it by runing away with it. Had the bomb stayed near Sawyer nothing would have happened because it would have been like the dynamite case (when Jack lit it up and stayed there).

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          • Posted by Esther on May 10, 2010 at 4:26 pm

            “nobody but SDM is to blame for the explosion” I meant ” … to blame for the deaths”.

  35. Posted by Warren on May 6, 2010 at 1:59 am

    “It’s a really touching mome-COMMERCIAL BREAK!”

    I thought the same thing. ABC sucks for that.

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    • Posted by Alex Trebek on May 7, 2010 at 9:33 am

      Even better, in my market, the first commercial had a guy sitting on a dock, staring at the ocean. The transition was so smooth, I half expected Jack to pop out of the water.

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  36. Posted by Danny on May 6, 2010 at 2:24 am

    the c4 explodes cause sawyer pulled the wire, if he hadnt, it hadnt exploded…

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  37. Posted by Veronika on May 6, 2010 at 3:10 am

    Sheesh, some of you guys are taking this way to seriously, the blog is obviously written in good fun! If you love the show so much you can’t stand someone calling it out on all the bullshit, maybe you shouldn’t be reading.

    I love these recaps, much more entertaining than the actual show!

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  38. Posted by LOST LUVA on May 6, 2010 at 6:38 am

    These recaps r not that funny coz half the time i dnt understand it. Jack isnt as AWESOME as he was in the first second third and forth seasons. But he isnt that horrible. I bet the bomb wouldn’t hav went off if Sawyer the freaken idiot pulled the dang wires. I wish jacob was around he knows everything like everything and the “Team Richard” has went off to la la land. I think ther getting all the answers to this like u no the Jacob team go and get some answers from like the Jacobs bee nest or something. and wen ther revealed the end goobye.i really cnt wait till the nxt ep coz its called wat they all died 4 and that means ANSWERS really cnt wait.
    I really really want to no wtf is that monster or sad day monster and all its history and how it got trapped i mean its a mystery.2 tell u the truth people season 1 2 and 3 wer the best of lost after that it just changed nvr was the same again. GO LOST

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    • Posted by lris on May 6, 2010 at 12:31 pm

      was this suppose to be English?

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    • Posted by elsie on May 6, 2010 at 1:39 pm

      I think you don’t understand the recaps because they are literate.

      *sigh* yes, we’ll wait while you go look up ‘literate’…

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    • Posted by KM on May 8, 2010 at 11:16 pm

      No it’s not, you have your episodes mixed up as well as you’re use of the English language.

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      • Posted by studiorose on May 9, 2010 at 12:00 pm

        Um…that’s “YOUR” use of the English language. Check your glass house before you throw stones.

        Give LOST LUVA a break, people; he or she is probably very young. We were all there once – remember how we appreciated it when people gave us a break? :)

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        • Posted by Paula on May 9, 2010 at 8:59 pm

          Yeah, but our moms were paying attention to what we were writing on the internet when we were in the third grade. That obviously isn’t the case here.

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  39. Posted by rerun on May 6, 2010 at 8:58 am

    This is the best one so far. Not sure if it was longer or what, but i was laughing throughout. Normally, i’d put a line or two in, but there were too many to choose from. Okay everyone, he made a mistake about Jack/Sawyer fault- one mention is good and then let’s move on.

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  40. Posted by troismommy on May 6, 2010 at 9:12 am

    Why the Jack hate? Don’t hate him because he’s beautiful!

    My favorite part of this recap:

    “Jack gets Sawyer to the beach where he teases all the ladies by starting to go in for mouth-to-mouth then pulling back.”

    *sigh*

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  41. Posted by Aimz on May 6, 2010 at 10:43 am

    “He finds some wires in the overheard compartments. Spirit airlines charged him $25.”

    Its funny cause its true.

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  42. jack and his backpack! you ought to make a farewell montage to that backpack. thanks for the memories and the horrible bomb full of watery death that you carried onto the sub. r.i.p.

    i believe sad day monster still has a backpack, so maybe jack can go filch it. that sounded dirty….

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  43. Posted by ShirtlessLocke on May 6, 2010 at 11:47 am

    Yet another very good read.

    I will miss Jack’s backpack too. On another note, it was actually Sawyer’s fault for causing the death of three people, not Jack’s. Oh wait, I’m not the first to mention this am I?

    I second the notion that we should get a Jack/Backpack montage.

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  44. Posted by tianalys on May 6, 2010 at 1:05 pm

    lmao I loved your recap be especially all the jack comments ^^ he is such a moron sometimes

    I actually can’t understand why people are on his side? ( maybe it s the doctor thing…)
    he wasn t right about the bomb because locke/flocke/mocke/mib whatever can’t kill the candidates but let s all remember that kate is not one of them so basically if sawyer would not have pull the wires and wait with jack and co the end of the timer, Kate would have been killed by Jack’s fault ( gee such a genius..) I know there are a lot of haters for kate but still.

    jun death was so sad :( can t understand the hate of the writers toward women… poor ji yeon :(

    anyway i ll stop there. great post as usual

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  45. Posted by beema on May 6, 2010 at 1:17 pm

    Loved this! Once again your recaps are one of the few things making this season bearable. This week’s episode upset me in so many ways I just stopped thinking about them.

    one of the best quotes for me:
    “Later, we see their arms underwater drifting apart. It’s a really touching mome-COMMERCIAL BREAK!

    No fade to black before jumping to an ad. Good work, ABC. Glad you squeezed in that extra second of commercial. Save up enough of those and you can run a crappy 5 second promo for V.”

    LOL

    so true
    funny in seasons 1-2 they actually spent time on major character deaths. now it’s just rush rush rush who cares! you’d think after spending 6 seasons telling the Jin/Sun story there’d be more of a point and at the very least more time spent on saying farewell to them. I guess now with the convenience of the FS universe, nobody is really dead! so who cares!

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  46. Posted by Joanne on May 7, 2010 at 5:41 am

    Honestly, I can’t read this anymore. Some the lines are funny, but it seems faker every passing week, and the stuff happening cannot be understood by the uninitiated. Let’s face it. If you haven’t watched S1 – S5, S6 is a lot less enjoyable. .

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    • Posted by Eric on May 7, 2010 at 7:22 pm

      I feel the exact same way. Some of the earlier posts had me nearly in tears, but now I read it and it just seems like he’s trying to act stupid in the hopes it will come off as funny.

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      • Posted by philw1776 on May 9, 2010 at 5:19 pm

        Yup, you’ve caught on to the gig, but I think it’s a hilarious blog despite the obvious canard “never seen LOST”. Yah, right!!!

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    • Posted by Paula on May 9, 2010 at 9:07 pm

      Why do you people keep coming back and then take the time to post silly responses if you’re not enjoying the blog? You don’t like it. We get it. Now leave so that those of us with a sense of humor can have fun.

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  47. Posted by Love Log on May 7, 2010 at 9:20 am

    “It works somehow and Ellen takes Jack back to meet Anthony Cooper. Turns out he is catatonic. I also think he is on loan from Madam Tussaud’s so they didn’t have to pay an actor. Lost went bankrupt. Aside from being made of wax (or the greatest actor of his generation), this guy is also Locke’s dad.”

    Hilarious!!!!!!

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  48. Posted by Susie McNeil on May 7, 2010 at 3:13 pm

    Awesome as usual. Also, it would be great if you would watch and review “OC” on The Soap Channel – you skewering Ryan, Marisa, Summer, Seth, Julie Cooper, and the Cohen parents would be EPIC!!!

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  49. Posted by Miguel on May 7, 2010 at 6:55 pm

    I know you have to question every single detail to get a lot of funny stuff but sometimes you overdue it, watch out for that, i love your posts anyway!
    really funny that match.com joke =)

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  50. Posted by Chuck on May 7, 2010 at 8:49 pm

    “Meanwhile, all the nerds tried to get on World of Warcraft at once and the power went out.”

    “Backpack Jack”

    “Jack says he will help them get to the plane, but it is not his intention to get on it. He’s not meant to leave. Translation: there’s still booze in the condos.”

    “Everyone goes into perv mode and is hiding in the bushes. Sawyer is giving instructions and says “we’re going in hard.” We’re still talking about the raid on the submarine, right?”

    “There are a bunch of nerds being pervs in the bushes too (must be around the time Smurfette goes for a swim)”

    “Hurley says he is going to get Sayid. Jack says there is no more Sayid. Are you sure? There was a lot of Juliette left when she set off that nuke.”

    “They find out what happened to Jin and Sun. Hurley fake cries because he wants attention. Jack real cries because he lost his backpack.”

    –Hilarious!!

    “To be clear, Jack was wrong.”

    –Well…not really. But this is still a really funny post.

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  51. Posted by Luke on May 8, 2010 at 5:58 am

    Backpack Jack, love it :)

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  52. Posted by hforce on May 8, 2010 at 3:02 pm

    yes, there was a time when Jack was real annoying, but now i believe he has gotten passed that. his character has changed and i believe he really knows what he is talking about. Jack is very important. i have a feeling that he is the one.

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  53. the only thing I questioned in this episode is “thy why” Locke was in a wheelchair – seems like that would not have changed b/c there was an entire episode that detailed how much Locke’s real father took advantage of him as a con-man (the same con-man that con’d Sawyers momma!) — it clearly documented that before the crash, Locke was in the wheelchair b/c his evil con-man father pushed him out of a window…

    Hmmm. Anyone?

    This was my 1st visit here. I need your humor so I could forget the sad parting of drowning hands of Sun & Gin. So Thank you.

    xo. @zaneology

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  54. Posted by Leanna on May 12, 2010 at 1:34 am

    wow this is the funniest blog ever, terrific writing, i was laughing ridiculously hard while reading it!

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  55. Posted by Mira8 on May 12, 2010 at 9:11 am

    Yes, excellent as always, but neez farewell montage.

    Also: I will miss this blog more than the actual show.

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  56. lost left me feeling kinda sad, so i read this blog. i was laughin like heck when i finished readin!
    wow…cant wait to see what you dish up on the series finale…2 and a half hours long!!! thats gonna keep you up all night boy…

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  57. why does everyone have weird patterns as their display pics? mine is LOST

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  58. silly as usual

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  59. After I originally commented I seem to have clicked on the -Notify
    me when new comments are added- checkbox and now every time a comment is added I receive four emails with the same comment.
    Perhaps there is a way you are able to remove me from that service?
    Many thanks!

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