Buy, Rent or Skip Lost (Season 2)?

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Re: Lost (Season 2 - 2005)
« Reply #15 on: July 28, 2012, 05:50:25 pm »
Live Together, Die Alone

The Season Finale is all about the final 10 minutes and what a awesome cliffhanger to leaves us hanging on. The all but guaranteed that people would tune in for Season 3 to see where they go with the series. As for the rest of the episode (2 hour finale), it was all about Desmond. This was basically a coming full circle arc that showed us where Desmond came from and how he ended up on the Island. It was crazy to see that he would end up sharing the hatch with Kelvin Inman (Clancy Brown), who we last saw mentoring Sayid in the fine art of torturing. We are also introduced to two more characters that will play a much bigger role in the Lost mytho's with Desmond's girlfriend Penny and her father Mr. Widmore.

Loved the episode, but hated Locke and Michael with a vengeance. I can't stand Locke's constant whining and I loathe that Michael would even call Jack, Kate, Hurley and Sawyer his "friends" when asking "Henry" what he plans to do with them.  F u c k  Michael! As good as the episode was, there is a major continutity error that makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. And what makes it worst is that it's so obvious that it doesn't make sense. I am of course talking about Desmond listening to Locke who tells him nothing will happen if he doesn't push the button and lets the timer run down to zero. Um, why is Desmond all of the sudden agreeing with Locke on this when Desmond actually saw first hand what would happen when the button isn't pushed. They even show us that it nearly became a big disaster the last time around, which ironically gave us a cool reveal in that Desmond is the reason why the plane crashed in the first place.

Still an awesome episode and it also produced a great line that even I still quote to this day and a regular basis.

Michael: Who are you people?

"Henry": We're the good guys.
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Michael Scott To Meredith: "You've slept with so many men, your starting to look like one. BOOM! Roasted! Go here.


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