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I've already enjoyed tonight's Lost, so for once I'm ahead of the curve. Feel free to chat about that or anything else ...
Here's Brian Lowry's preview at Variety. (By the way, in case you didn't know Variety has knocked down its pay wall.)
For those Zeljko Ivanek fans out there, when you watch Lost, tell me if he looks gaunt to you.
Yes he did look gaunt, but it seems like he usually does when I have seen him on Law and Order
Robin Weigert is the second "Deadwood" alum to appear this year. She looks like she might not last longer than Paula Maclomson did.
I was mystified by Juliet's motivations and ethics. How does she go from the near-mouse who is supressed by her ex-husband to a manipulative game-player willing to order people's deaths and kill people herself?
This goes to my theory that the Others are all, basically, monsters.
And there is a strong implication that Juliet was recruited (or strong-armed) into going to the island -- while other Others seem to have the ability to come and go from the island.
Tom is a pawn, I guess. Can you believe he tried to introduce himself to Jack? How is it that these people forget the terror they've inflicted on the crash survivors? "I wouldn't do that, Jack! This is our island, and the only reason you're living here is because we let you."
I hope we see more of Robin Weigert. I really loved her as Calamity Jane.
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