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Lost, you can still make me cry. I always thought that Sawyer (or Jack) would end up going the kamikaze route to save everyone. That, as far as Lost is concerned, is Sayid's redemption. I know it's not nearly enough for a lot of people. (As I just wrote in vixerunt's LJ, the fact that he was already nearly dead made that sting a little bit less. Wrong? Is it wrong that he essentially got the same fate as Michael? :-/ Or did he get the same fate as Annakin Skywalker? In my book, he died a hero. And a man, not a zombie.

I am glad Jin didn't leave Sun, fwiw. Is that the right end for them? Yes, no, I don't know. And are the dead really dead, if Locke wants them that way...?

And is it wrong that I was just as glad that Jack decides to save Sawyer (even if Sawyer can't trust Jack?) Really, who would just stand there and let a bomb go off? (Old, suicidal Sawyer, right? Which is where/who I guess Richard is now.)

This show is going to kill me before the end

Also... wait.. is Frank dead?!! :-(



May. 5th, 2010 03:28 pm (UTC)
oh I'm so glad I found someone else who liked (at least parts of ) this episode.
Yes, maybe the Titanic scene was bad, but I really liked the episode. I liked that I'm still involved enough to cry when Hurley did.
Hurley crying felt heartbreaking and relieving at the same time, because it felt so incredibly real ! (While this time Foxy took a little too long to produce a few tears).

I loved the J/S moments (I was hoping for a mouth-to-mouth but.. oh well), it was awesome that Jack decided to save him.
I'm sorry for Sayid, but I agree that he died a hero and a man, and he was headed to death for a while now.
Jin and Sun... I was a little disappointed she didn't try to make him go by mentioning their daughter, but it was moving all the same and at least they are together.


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