Lost in Space

Warning: Do not read the following if you have not seen the February 7 episode of Lost.

Before tonight, my favorite episode of Lost was the first Sawyer episode. Since then, there have been many wonderful episodes, particular the season premieres and finales, but none connected with me like that Sawyer episode. None were that good.

Until tonight.

Maybe I’m just excited about stuff actually happening (see last week’s post about hardly anything happening), but wow. This episode floated like a butterfly and stung like a bee. It moved. The ghosthunting scene? The polar bear found in the desert (confirming my suspicions that the island moves through space and time)? Ben knowing exactly who those people are? The curiosity of a fake Oceanic flight 815, planted in the ocean with substitute dead people? Oceanic knows way more than they’ve let on.

Who wrote this episode? I want to make out with her on the mouth. Ain’t It Cool News reveals…Drew Goddard and Brian K. Vaughn. Awesome. Two dudes. Maybe we’ll just do a group hug instead.

And what does “It doesn’t scatter quite right” mean?!

Six more episodes. Six people leave the island on that helicopter. Six semper tyrannus. Coincidence? I think not.

0 thoughts on “Lost in Space”

  1. Ben Koenig here. Did you catch the dorky physicist’s name? Faraday.

    Michael Faraday discovered that a magentic field can affect rays of light and that there is an underlying relationship between the electric and magnetic fields.


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