Rate "The Man From Tallahassee"
Does this episode mean that Lost is back on track?
Yes! Finally, it's all adding up! Woo!
No, this didn't do it for me at all.
Actually, I don't think Lost ever lost it.
Four (or so) good episodes in a row - I'm in shock!
Best Locke backstory?
The Man From Tallahassee
Is Cooper (aka Locke's Daddy) really on the island?
No, no more than Christian or Yemi were.
Assuming Cooper is really there, what should be his fate?
Locke should kill him
Sawyer should confront him, then kill him
Accidental death, just like a Disney villain!
Everyone always gets away with everything on this island, so let him be.
So, Sawyer might have a chance to get revenge on the real Mr. Sawyer:
OMG! *bite nails*
Good grief! *eyeroll*
Farfetched yes, but I'd still like to see what happens.
When did you know that it was going to be Cooper in the box?
When Ben first mentioned "the man from Tallahassee"
When Ben first mentioned the magic box
When Ben started talking about Locke's father
Not until the reveal!
Explain the box:
It shows you what you want or need to see, like Smoky
It's just an ordinary room
Errr, I'll get back to you on that!
Assuming the box is magic...
That explains Kate's horse and Sayid's cat
It explains how Jack could see Christian
Wait, so it's like the holodeck? Sweet! *cues up fic*
So, about how Locke got paralyzed:
OMG! *is shocked*
Totally saw it coming
Saw it coming just a split second before
Eh. I wasn't impressed
Most shocking Lost accident:
Michael mowed down by car
Juliet's ex mowed down by bus
Locke pushed out of eight-story window
So, if backstory characters are coming to the island, who should be next?
That freaky psychic
Sarah - then Jack can feel *really* awkward!
Clementine - Sawyer likes babies, yes?
Should Jack have made that deal?
No, he knew better than to trust them
No, abandoning his friends was a bad choice
Yes, it was his best chance to get everyone rescued
Yes, why not put himself first for once?
After he saw Kate and Sawyer together, I can't blame him
Kate finds Jack - playing piano!
Jack tells Kate he's coming back for her
Locke and Benry's "I'm in a wheelchair, you're not" convo
Sayid recognizes Alex
Locke vs. window. Ouch!
Locke realizes he's played right into Benry's hands
Jack realizes he's not going home
The man in the box
Who is more naïve?
Jack, for trusting that Ben would let his friends go
Locke, for not realizing he was being manipulated
Kate, for not realizing why Jack didn't want her coming back for him
Alex, for believing Ben even when she knows him so well