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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.89
Just wondering if anyone else watch "Lost" this week. I think it was still a great episode but not one of the better ones but still good. I will admit it, they got me with Charlie's death. When Jack stopped trying to revive Charlie I was shocked. But I figured this show has like a "Buffy" thin going on. What I mean is on "Buffy" if someone died just bring in a witch or whatnot and that person can be brought back. And I figured if anyone died on this show they could just be brought back by some "supernatural" force. I would still like to know what Locke found in the woods. To bad their in reruns tell like next month I think.

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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.66

They had my wife and I sucked into believing that Charlie was dead. We had read stuff that led us to believe that a lead character was going to die, but he had surmised it was Sawyer that would kick off.

While Jack was pounding on Charlie, we remarked: "Damn, they really did kill Charlie. I guess Dominic is such a big star, he's got other jobs all lined up and he can't be slumming on a television series." Then he wakes up and I jump out of my chair. Yikes!

I did like the little bit more of backstory we got with Jack this week. I was so surprised when he signed the medical record for his father and let him off the hook. Oops. Swerve-o-rama.

Still another excellent episode.




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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.39
I was thinking "Buffy", because Joss always does something in an episode that if you watch the previews, you go why bother watching. But, you watch the episode, its ok and at the end they do something really out of nowhere. Prime examples is the first episode with Warren and the robot girl, funny episode than bang Joyce dead on the couch. However, they did coup out of killing Charlie, but since he is the only character on the show I like, its a good coup out.

I loved the Red Shirt refrence as well. I am going to pick this up on DVD, because I've missed most of the episodes and have been reading summaries up until this point. Plus, my favorite Babylon 5 actress is now on it. I love you, Delenn.



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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.54

Call me and my wife suckers, too ... I was thinking just like pieman in that back off to the big screen.

I like the fact that they're airing the first 2 episodes next week since I missed them.





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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.89
    Originally posted by A Fan
    I am going to pick this up on DVD, because I've missed most of the episodes and have been reading summaries up until this point.


Well, since thier going into rerun mode for a few weeks I am sure you can catch them on TV if you want or have the time. But yea I will still pick up the DVD. Credit: TVTOME.com:

Upcoming December Repeats After two new episodes on December 1st and 8th, Lost will go into reruns until January 5. ABC will air the first 6 episodes on December 15, 22 and 29 in the regular 8 p.m. slot and also 9 p.m. Pilot (1) & Pilot (2) from 8 to 10 p.m. on the 15th Tabula Rasa & Walkabout on the 22nd from 8 to 10p.m. on the 22nd White Rabbit & House of the Rising Sun on the 29th from 8 to 10p.m.

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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 10.00
I know it's a TV show and all and we're talking about people who some how managed to survive an unbelievable plane crash, but the whole not-death scene was lame. It's just too much for me to have the doc pound Charlie's chest for over a minute, stop for a while, start pounding again, and magically Charlie starts breathing on his own, perfectly fine.

The only way it works if there's unless there's an explanation for that later; it does sorta play in to some of the theories about what the island really is.

Otherwise, it's kinda early in a show's run to be playing the "he's dead - oh no he's NOT" card. That seems to be the kind of thing you save for when you're running low on ideas and need a cheap way of adding dramatics.



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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.04
    Originally posted by A Fan
    However, they did coup out of killing Charlie, but since he is the only character on the show I like, its a good coup out.


I hate to be Mr. Nitpicky Internet Spelling Police, but do you mean coup as in military coup, or cop, as in cop out?



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See, I thought it was a coup out, but I guess I was wrong.



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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.47
    Originally posted by thecubsfan
    I know it's a TV show and all and we're talking about people who some how managed to survive an unbelievable plane crash, but the whole not-death scene was lame. It's just too much for me to have the doc pound Charlie's chest for over a minute, stop for a while, start pounding again, and magically Charlie starts breathing on his own, perfectly fine.

    The only way it works if there's unless there's an explanation for that later; it does sorta play in to some of the theories about what the island really is.
I'd be right with you, if I weren't totally positive that the scene was very deliberate. Not only did Charlie wake up "just fine", he woke up with a jolt, gasp & (dare I say) damn near an Undertaker/Kane-like sit-up. It's absolutely all about the island.

It'll be interesting to see if / how Charlie's personality changes now.

I stumbled across Click Here (thefuselage.com) which is occasionally kind of fun. It's the internet, so you never *really* know, but ... I think it's legitimate. The show's actual prooducers, writers, actors, etc drop by occasionally & chat with the fankids. There's a lot more fandom than I'd usually tolerate, but the portions of the chats (& their threaded board) with the VIPs is a fun concept! There's a "VIP Archive" section specifically, to help find those more interesting parts.

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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.60
    Originally posted by emma
    I'd be right with you, if I weren't totally positive that the scene was very deliberate. Not only did Charlie wake up "just fine", he woke up with a jolt, gasp & (dare I say) damn near an Undertaker/Kane-like sit-up. It's absolutely all about the island.


Actually, it was somewhere more in between a zombie situp and Uma Thurman in "Pulp Fiction", but the part that I thought was odd is that characters on this show have small bruises from episode 2 that have yet to go away yet because they can't be treated properly, but more than Charlie's situp was the fact that he was talking pretty normal for a guy who had his windpipe almost broken in two and nothing to really treat it with. He wasn't sitting there quiet because he couldn't talk, it was out of trauma and him being in the I. AM. GOING. TO. KILL. THAT. MOTHER. FUCKER. zone. So there probably will be a lot less happy-go-lucky mentions that he was in Driveshaft after this episode and what happened.




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