Ha! I loved this episode. It took all my predictions in my previous post, and threw every single one of them was thrown out the window. Well, except for one.
Jack took over for Jacob (so much for the theory of Ben taking over), at least for now.
Widmore died (so much for the theory that Widmore takes over for the Man in Black).
It appears that Richard did die. Pretty anticlimactic way to go. I think Richard deserved a better end. Kate and Sawyer are still alive.
I did like the fact that we found out why Kate’s name was crossed off. (Because Kate became a mother). That settled two questions in one: The other “Kwon” was most like Jin, not Sun. That exchange with Kate also revealed that just because her name was crossed off, it didn’t really matter. She could still have the job if she wanted.
Crazy, crazy episode. It pretty much leaves everything up in the air.
Anyway, that’s my initial reaction to this episode. What did you think of it?
3 thoughts on “LOST – What They Died For”
Awesome ep, altho I think I missed something. It’s been stated that it explained why Sun/Jin/Sayid died…but I had a power blip. Why did they die? When was it stated?
Also…I’M WITH JACOB! 🙂
If Richard is dead, it’s looking like they’re trying something new here: Having a well liked character die like a bitch every episode.
I am not looking forward to Miles getting killed by an infection after cutting his arm on a tree branch.
Do we have confirmation that Richard is indeed dead? Because our kolhed friend can take quite a beating…
Anyways, I did enjoy the episode and FOR THE LOVE OF ZEUS SOMEBODY GIVE MICHAEL EMERSON A FREAKIN’ EMMY ALREADY! That white boy’s got range.
Shocked that Ben killed Widmore. Intrigued about Desmond’s LA X shenanigans and wondering how it will all come to a head in island. Still hate Jack (love Foxy, hate the character, always will) but impressed by the last 3-4 minutes on screen and that imperceptible change in his eyes, as if he sees a bigger picture we can’t see yet.
Did that conversation between Jack and Jacob leave you with the impression that the “light” is being shielded in some fashion?
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