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Written by funny Whedonverse writer David Fury. I was hoping for Paul Dini.

Loved the very subtle Curb Your Enthusiasm reference.

Did the show offficially take a turn for the weird now?





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"I want some freakin' answers!"

Hurley continues as the avatar for the fans of the show I think, and those who have been complaining that we don't get enough answers should be slightly pleased with tonight's offering.

I don't need no steenking answers (well, at least not now) and I was.



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Did anyone catch what the numbers were etched into at the end?
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They were on the ship/plane that Locke and Boone found in the Jungle. The one with the hatch that won't open.



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I assumed it was on whatever Locke and Boone found in the jungle.



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Locke has officialy moved into my Top 5 Favorite TV characters of all time.



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Hurley owing Walt $83,000 in backgammon winnings now takes on added depth. I guess.



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And Hurley is Locke's boss! I love this show.

'Course, now I'm going to have to love it in reruns until mid-April.



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X-E's co-Worst Poster of all time! JKyle.com says:

A)Is it a pissed off giraffe?

Damn is Hurley the man.

You just FELT for him. Every thing that happened to him you FELT it. At least I did.

And of course he didn't tell anyone his backstory. Who the hell would believe him?

B)Either Locke is the most misunderstood hero of all time, or the greatest villain of all time. Either way, he's still the collest motherfucker on the planet.



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Small fucking world on Lost. Hurley ends up being Locke's boss. Sawyer met Jack's dad in some bar in Sydney.

Great episode, I was really worried that Hurley might be the one they kill off, but am glad they didn't.

Someone is gonna die, I just wonder who.



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    Originally posted by brick
    Did anyone catch what the numbers were etched into at the end?


    Originally posted by odessasteps

    They were on the ship/plane that Locke and Boone found in the Jungle. The one with the hatch that won't open.


    Originally posted by DrewDewce
    I assumed it was on whatever Locke and Boone found in the jungle.


It's also Hurley's/Leonard's/Guy who moved to the middle of nowhere's/Crazy French Chick's lucky/unlucky numbers.
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    Originally posted by Packman V2
    Small fucking world on Lost. Hurley ends up being Locke's boss. Sawyer met Jack's dad in some bar in Sydney.


and in six steps or less, you can tie them all back to Kevin Bacon.....



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    Originally posted by odessasteps

    Loved the very subtle Curb Your Enthusiasm reference.


Definitely...I had started catching Curb late last year, a little before the episode where he bought his dad some weed from the big man...that episode was great. So when he said, "I can't believe they mistook me for a drug dealer," it got a big kick out of our house.

My favorite character on the show is Charlie...I was about bummed when he was "dead", and then when he came too...I breathed a sigh of relief...just a great show.



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    Originally posted by Packman V2
    I was really worried that Hurley might be the one they kill off, but am glad they didn't.


I never thought that, to me it seemed like even though everyone around him was getting hurt nothing ever actually happened to Hurley it was almost like Bruce Willis's character in Unbreakable, that he was somehow invincible. I think Hurley also realized this and that's why he was willing to cross the unstable bridge and stand up to the French chick, because he believed no harm would come to him.



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