Blogging LOST Archives

I’m not going to recap the final episode of Lost, scene for scene. If you were invested in the show all six seasons, chances are you watched it last night just like I did. If you were a lapsed viewer who tuned in after years away, just to see how it ended, chances are a Read More

Before I get into the actual episode from this week, I just have to ask, who puts their milk in a pitcher? I couldn’t even concentrate on the first scene when parallel-world Jack, his son and Claire all had breakfast because on the breakfast table was a lovely glass pitcher full of more milk than Read More

I can see how this would be a really polarizing episode. If you care about finding out Jacob’s origin story and if you want some explanation for why/how the Man in Black became the Smoke Monster, then this hour was probably quite satisfying for you. If you’re like me and don’t give a flip about Read More

So, many apologies for the late post on this. I had a crazy-busy week. Also, I was sad. If you don’t want to know why I’m sad, quit reading this post. Not only was I really sad to see Sun and Jin go, but I’m really sad Jin never got to meet his daughter, the Read More

Due to technical difficulties and limited time, this week’s recap won’t be lengthy and overly detailed. I didn’t do my usual scene-by-scene live-transcription, so I’m working off memory alone here—and sadly, my memory’s not all that linear. Here are the big things, in no particular order: Desmond’s getting exceedingly creepy in Alterna-LA. Hot on the Read More

Sorry for the late Lost blogging guys. Got sucked into life, into better TV shows, and, frankly, there’s not a lot to say. This episode’s sideways-flashes were devoted to Hurley, the one main character we hadn’t really followed yet. In this episode, Lucky Hurley meets Libby, who’s alive and well and living in a mental Read More

Last night’s Lost was Desmond-centric, which is always nice for me, since I dig Henry Ian Cusick and his Crazy Eyes. But Desmond’s wasn’t the only welcome return: Daniel and his super-sinister mother, Eloise, also returned to the fold—and, as is usually the case when they appear, the plot moved forward! It begins with Desmond Read More

In this Jin-centric episode we finally got back a bit to that old feeling Lost used to engender: suspense, intrigue and delightful confusion. We finally get to see Widmore back on the island, making some sort of move. We have people getting shot at by marauders in the dark, weird rooms from the Dharma initiative Read More

The year is 1867 and Nestor Carbonell (not pictured above) is ready to show us that he’s a better actor than two-thirds of this cast. Usually, episodes written almost entirely as flashbacks really annoy me, as I’m often anxious about what’s going on in “Island-time.” But this Richard-centric episode wasn’t so bad, mostly because his Read More

Finally, Sawyer! Sawyer is the one parallel life I want to see, but not because I think the story will have more integrity or be more interesting. I just like seeing Sawyer as much as possible. In the beginning, we see Sawyer running the same con he ran in the beginning of the first season: Read More