Posted by: Jeff | April 7, 2010

LOST Season 1 Liveblog: Episode 25

Season 1, Episode 25: “Exodus Part 3”

  • And immediately the monster is back!  Locke thinks he is a monster whisperer, but oh is he wrong.
  • The monster may or may not be the mechanical owl from Clash of the Titans.  It seems metal, and it flies?
  • Locke is being dragged down a hole and only Jack can save him… but Locke doesn’t want to be saved!
  • Kate throws dynamite down the hole… and… smoke flies away?  What the hell.
  • Michael and Jin have a moment on the raft – Jin gives Michael his watch.
  • Over-eager and clumsy Charlie sets off booby trap – Sayid wisely tries to get rid of him.
  • Sayid is a baddass – he just cauterized Charlie’s scalp!
  • Hurley is the man.  Airports are his kingdom.
  • Jack can’t understand when Locke speaks crazy.
  • Night on the raft does not look fun.
  • Sawyer shares his child-rearing philosophy – show them the back of your hand!
  • Radar contact!
  • Charlie’s tough guy routine comes off like a hobbit throwing a tantrum.
  • They get the baby back, despite Charlie doing his best to piss off the French lady.
  • The numbers are on the side of the hatch!
  • Hurley can’t stop Locke from blowing it up anyway… he’s a maniac!
  • djadja
  • fkjasgkjsfkh
  • Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalt!
  • I hate this show.
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Responses

  1. You hate this show? You are letting the hype affect your opinion. Everyone says it’s the best, and that’s why you were forced to watch it. But you’re being anti-establishment by hating it.

    The characters are fascinating and mysterious. The setting is fascinating and mysterious. It employs drama, comedy, sci-fi, fantasy, action, suspense, mystery, and even romance. It has everything.

    In conclusion, don’t hate.

  2. Lol, I hate this show because it blatantly toys with my emotions. That wasn’t a cliffhanger ending so much as a punch in the stomach!

  3. Also, to continue the contrarianism, just because something has everything, it doesn’t mean it does everything well. 🙂

    Some of the characters are interesting, yes, but there are many that I dislike/don’t care about.

    There are some good action sequences, and there are also many that simply don’t make sense or were clearly afterthoughts. Being cryptic doesn’t necessarily equate to being compelling, though I have to admit that several of the plot lines have drawn me in.

    And I’m not a fan of cheesy, commercial, or popular TV shows – or JJ Abrams for that matter (huge recovering Alias fan here). LOST is just very scattershot sometimes.

  4. You might not care about some characters, but someone else does. Every character can relate to some person. All this “scattershot” will make sense (somewhat). Stick with it. AND JJ ABRAMS IS AMAZING!


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