Wednesday, May 16, 2007

I'm at a Lost for words

Spoiler alert, if you want to call it that....

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Nothing much happened on tonight's episode, although it was entertaining. Riveting, even. But it was like eating Chinese food: an hour later, you're hungry again. Nothing got resolved. Nothing. Locke's fate remains unknown. Charlie's fate remains unkown. We learn nothing more of the Others. We delve no further into any relationships. Mainly we get flashbacks of Charlie's life that don't really tell us much; they are merely his "greatest hits" - his happiest memories, of which he is making a list in anticipation of his death. We do learn that the cable coming out of the water onto the beach leads to yet another Dharma hatch called "The Looking Glass", and some signal that the Looking Glass hatch emits prevents transmissions from the island from being heard. And we learn that Karl is still with Alex and that her allegience is to any side that doesn't include Ben AND that Karl will support Alex's allegience.

I've heard rumors that Jack is going to have a flash-forward in the season finale, that it takes place off the island, and that it involves Kate! How it is possible that the outside world believes that the plane went down in the middle of the ocean and had no survivors when people who survived the plane crash turn out to make it back to the world? I've also heard rumors that Locke's life is saved by....Walt, or some sort of Walt apparition. And I've heard rumors that Naomi dies in the season finale.

I think it's the spoilers that have got me so troubled. Maybe I shouldn't read them. But if I know what's coming, I have time to think about it before the broadcast so that as I watch, i don't get bogged down.

My eyes are closing. And I'm starting to write incherently.

Night night.

2 comments:

di's travels said...

thanks for the comment giving me age details, it's good to know there are other mid-lifers out there practicing ashtanga (the studio i'm at is quite young and i feel rather old).

i agree - let's raise the age for the average yogini to, say, 50!

thank you for your blog, i enjoy reading it, and it's led me to other sites where i can do some research on poses that are challenges for me!

"YC" said...

Another thought on Lost...maybe Naomi was LYING about their bodies having been found?

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