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Lost – The Candidate

May 8, 2010


Finally we have something to really write about! And if you haven’t watched this episode yet, and you’re not a fan of spoilers, do yourself a favor and stop reading right now. And even if you do enjoy spoilers, stop reading. Seriously, this was one of the best episodes of the final season, and you […]


March 21, 2010


The Esau parallels are back! In the Bible, Jacob and Esau’s mother, Rebecca, helped her Jacob cheat Esau out of his birthright and hid him afterwards. Just like Smokey’s mommy, she was crazy! At least in Esau and in Smokey’s eyes she was. Not to mention Claire at the train station, waiting on the boarding […]

Dr. Linus

March 14, 2010


First of, I have always had a problem with the ‘Dig Your Own Grave’ scenes. If someone were to tell me to dig my own grave, I would simply say, “No.” I mean really, what are they going to do about it; kill me? They were gonna’ do that when I finished digging anyways. That […]


February 28, 2010


There was a fanatical female in the jungle, in desperate need of a shower and dead set on finding her lost child. Hurley provided some much-needed comic relief, and Jack’s emotions got the better of him, leading to a violent mirror-smashing episode. Correct me if I am wrong, but haven’t we seen this episode before? […]

The Substitute

February 17, 2010


Locke becomes a substitute teacher in the new reality, and on the island, he is a substitute body for Smokey. Ah, got to love the constant treasures found in LOST. As we follow Locke in the alternate universe, we see a much different man than the boar-hunting Locke we once knew. Still living in the […]

What Kate Does

February 10, 2010


The second episode of LOST‘s final season opens with a very confused Sayid waking up, after being dead for a few minutes. Wondering where he and his friends are, how they got there and who all these barefoot temple-dwellers are. Remember, he was unconscious when he was brought into the temple, then dead, so this is the […]


February 3, 2010


I figured it out! J.J. Abrams wanted to create a TV show packed with every genre feasible, so he produced LOST! It began as an action-packed thriller, which morphed into mystery, became a bit of a romance, and then it added science-fiction. I think it is now fair to say we can add religious allegory […]