Originally posted by Alexander_Supertramp
D***it!!! They aren't showing the episode tonight until 1:00 a.m. here because of the UNC-FSU game. Oh my god. North Carolina
programming at its finest.
I now have more reason to despise all things Tarheel, and I hope ABC didn't decide to move the show 4 hours later everywhere!
Nope, not here (in Yonkers, NY). Like usually, we had a repeat of the previous episode before the new one. Everything was fine here!
Originally posted by Gazrok
SPOILERS (as if this isn't the thread for it)...
Is this a bad thing? We really haven't talked about spoilers at all. Sure, we talked about things in episodes, but not about things that will occur
in future episodes. I am, to be honest, happy about this.
Well, a lot of questions answered last night...like why the Others accepted Locke, why Richard visited Locke as a kid, and Richard's interest
in him. We also now know more about Whitmore's interest in the island...seems like the show is getting it's groove back....
Why did the Others accept Locke again? Also, I loved how we found out why Richard visited Locke when he, Locke, was a kid. That was awesome!
Originally posted by _Phoenix_
Yes great episode, I really enjoyed that one.
As did I.
Originally posted by spikedmilk
tell me Penny doesnt have an agenda with that look in her eye at the end. She is so involved one way or another.
I think she is a good guy (well, girl in this case). She is indeed against her father. I am shocked that Charles showed so much concern for her for
some reason. That was a great scene (maybe that's why I was so shocked). Let's not forget that Ben wants to kill Penny because of the death of his
daughter at the hands of Widmore's people.
I thought it was funny when "Elle" says to Faraday "Why do you keep looking at me like that"? .... gee, i wonder why....
They weren't the same person. You know that, right?
Originally posted by Enthralled Fan
I did notice that on this new episode that Desmond called the baby Charlie.
Yeah, that was great!
Curious, isn't it? That would mean Desmond watched his own son die.
No, as they are different people. Desmond named his son Charlie because Charlie (one of the survivors of the crash) saved his life.
is a trailer for the next episode, entitled "The Little
Prince." In the trailer, it looks like, among other things, the Swan station will be visited and Sawyer sees Kate in the jungle (and I think you can
see her in a screengrab of the trailer in that link!). Oh, yes, so it looks like "Jughead" wasn't Locke-centric, as was speculated in the opening
post of this thread. Interestingly, "The Little Prince" was speculated as being Desmond-centric in that post, but this will probably not be the case
as he had "Jughead" dedicated to him. Will "The Little Prince" be Locke-centric? I doubt this, as he will probably have "The Life and Death of
Jeremy Bentham," episode six, dedicated to him. "This Place is Death," episode five, will probably be Charlotte-centric, as she said those words in
the preview for the season. I can confirm episode names and centrics of these episodes and other ones by simply going to a spoiler site. Would any of
you be against this?
I really enjoyed this episode and I am happy that some (hopefully all, though) of you have enjoyed it too. For me, at least, the times are a bit
confusing. Are any of you having some trouble following?
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