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"LOST" RETROSPECT: (2.09) "What Kate Did"

Kate Austen has to be one of the most divisive characters on the ABC series, "LOST". The character has generated some very extreme reactions from the show's fans. The latter have either loved her au hated her. I had harbored a good deal of dislike toward Kate, myself for a long period. However, my dislike stemmed from the writers' handling of her character and a good number of the fans' attitude toward the mistakes and crimes she had committed. A good example of this attitude could be found in the general reaction to the Season Two episode called (2.09)...
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posted by AdaLove
[Sun and Claire on the beach.]

SUN: It's been 4 days.

CLAIRE: wewe know, that's not that long. They alisema it could take up to 2 weeks to find a current. I mean, Michael knew what he was doing. I doubt anything...

[Sun notices that her wedding ring is gone. She starts frantically looking around and speaking in Korean.]

CLAIRE: What? What?

[Sun continues looking for her ring and speaking Korean.]

CLAIRE: Sun, what's wrong?

SUN: My wedding ring, it's gone.

[FLASHBACK to Sun putting a hair pin in her hair. Her mother enters.]

MRS. PAIK: [Subtitle: You're not planning on wearing that, are you?]

SUN: [Subtitle:...
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posted by AdaLove
[Shot of Kate, Charlie, Jack walking in woods. No rain au clouds. Jack is trying the transceiver.]

CHARLIE: Anything?

JACK: wewe keep asking if there's anything.

CHARLIE: Pardon me for appearing desperate, but before the pilot was ripped from the cockpit, he did say that no-one's going to find us unless we … get that transceiver working. So … is there anything?



KATE: [to Charlie] What were wewe doing? In the bathroom?

CHARLIE: I thought wewe could tell. I was getting sick. Puking. My one tangible contribution to the trek.

KATE: No. I'm glad wewe came. Charlie.

CHARLIE: Every...
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posted by katiemariie
References: The flag coming out of the bomb harkens back to old Looney Tunes cartoons where a gun would moto and a flag with the word “bang” written on it would come out.

Respuestas: Tom a.k.a. Mr. Friendly likes to get friendly with high class Latino male escorts. I, for one, am not surprised. I knew he was gay when he told Kate that she was “not [his] type”. I bet Tom volunteered to go on missions off the Island a lot. It’s got to be pretty lonely being the only gay Other. At least Juliet could hook up with Goodwin and Ben could watch sullenly. Tom could have none of that. He was...
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posted by nandacavalieri
 and the winner is...
and the winner is...

Best nickname aliyopewa kwa Sawyer
Captain Bunny Killer - 33%
Mr. Miyagi

Best last words
"I'll see wewe in another life, brother." - Jack - 53%
"Not Penny's Boat" - Charlie

Worst last words [tie]
"Tell Shannon... tell her..." - Boone - 47%
"Paralyzed" - Nikki - 47%

"I have to tell wewe something, it's really really important." - Juliet

Funniest Quote
Sawyer: "You screwing Jack yet?" Juliet: "No,are you?" - 47%
"I got enough chakula now to open up a chain of mini-marts. Hey, wewe think Sayid needs a job?" - Sawyer
"We have two giant hamsters running on a massive...
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"LOST" RETROSPECT: (2.10) "The 23rd Psalm"

During its six years on the air, "LOST" managed to earn five Emmy nominations for uandishi in a Drama Series. The series earned its sekunde uandishi nomination for its Season Two episode called (2.10) "The 23rd Psalm".

Written kwa showrunners Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof, and directed kwa Matt Earl Beesley; "The 23rd Psalm" is the first "LOST" episode to explore the backstory of Tail Section survivor, Mr. Eko. The episode began several decades earlier, when guerilla fighters arrived at a small Nigerian village. The guerilla fighters are there to recruit...
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posted by AdaLove
[Shot of Kate walking up the beach, pwani with bananas. She finds Sawyer's clothes and a paperback edition of Watership Down.]

SAWYER: [from the ocean] Hell of a book. It's about bunnies.

[We see Sawyer coming out of the ocean naked.]

KATE: [looking Sawyer up and down] Must be cold without your trunks.

SAWYER: wewe bet. How about wewe come a little closer and warm me up?

KATE: wewe sure know how to make a girl feel special, Sawyer.

[Kate walks away.]

[We see Sawyer in a hotel room in kitanda with a woman, Jess.]

JESS: You're incredible Sawyer.

SAWYER: I upendo you. Look at you. What do wewe want, right now?

JESS: How...
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posted by xEMMUREx
I'm not sure if this subject has really been touched on yet, but I would like to bring it up. I've noticed this for quite a long time now. It seems like there a lot characters in the onyesha that have had/have problems with their dad. The zaidi and zaidi characters I realized had this in commmon, the zaidi interested I became. Here, in somewhat brief descriptions, are most of what I could think of.
- Jack: dad was an alcoholic, had family he didnt know about(Claire), dad died, sees dad on island
- Kate: blew up her real dad, dad abused her and her mother
- Locke: dad was never around, dad steals his...
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"LOST" RETROSPECT: (2.94) "Everybody Hates Hugo"

Unless I am mistaken, Season Two of "LOST" is not very maarufu with the show's fans. This season expanded on the Hatch (DHARMA swan Station) subplot that was touched upon in the sekunde half of Season One. This season introduced a tiresome running joke surrounding the Michael Dawson character. And it also featured the introduction of the survivors from Oceanic 815's Tail Section, which included the unpopular character, Ana-Lucia Cortez. In some way, the fourth episode - (2.04) "Everybody Hates Hugo" - seemed to be some kind of manifestation of...
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I wrote this makala after viewing the Season Two episode, (2.09) "What Kate Did" some three years ago:

"LOST": A Tale of Two Fathers

Back in Season Two, "LOST" aired an episode called (2.09) "What Kate Did". The episode revealed the crime that led castaway Kate Austen (Evangeline Lilly) to being a fugitive for three years - she had murdered her father, Wayne Jensen (James Horan), and used his death to collect insurance for her mother, Diane (Beth Broderick). The episode also revealed Kate's reason for her act of murder. She had just learned that Wayne - a man she had presumed to be her stepfather...
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While kusoma the TV TROPES site on Heroic BSOD for Live Action televisheni series, I read this passage about the Michael Dawson character from "LOST":

"Let's face it, Michael's death was the best thing that happened, because, well, his character wasn't all that useful, other than being an in-universe joke on why some people really shouldn't be parents.".

The makala earlier made this maoni about the fans' reaction to Michael:

"While we're on the subject of Lost, let's mention Michael who might be the show's punching bag as he goes through the entire series stuck...
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posted by Felice65
 Aaron Littleton
Aaron Littleton
On February 4, 2009, ”LOST” aired an episode called (5.04) ”The Little Prince”. In this episode, former fugitive Kate Austen discovered that that someone knows the secret of Aaron Littleton’s true parental lineage. When I first learned about this episode, I found myself wondering if the series would finally address the moral consequences of the Oceanic Six’s lie about Aaron. It did . . . on a very limited scale.

As everyone knows, Australian survivor, Claire Littleton had aliyopewa birth to an infant son named Aaron on the castaways’ 41st siku on the island. While on the run from the...
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posted by gregaus
 Josh Randall as Nathan in 'The Other 48 Days'
Josh Randall as Nathan in 'The Other 48 Days'
For some time now, we've just accepted that Nathan (season 2, episode 7 Tailie from 'The Other 48 Days') is Canadian and that Ana Lucia merely had 'the wrong guy'.
I'm asking the question... Who is Nathan really?
On several re-watches of the episode, I started to realize there was a lot zaidi going on than I originally thought.

One thing that's important to remember is LOST's Canada deception!

It's well known that EVERY other reference to Canada au being Canadian on Lost (and there are many), is indicative of deception.

It stands to reason that Nathan may not actually be Canadian at all, au if he...
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 Yes. We know how wewe feel Desmond.
Yes. We know how you feel Desmond.
Please note; this makala has no season 6 spoilers beyond the 2-hour premier. I'm just compiling this from what has already been addressed in awali seasons, and what that means for storyline's in season 6.

How time travel works on Lost
Its been a long discussed theme that 'whatever happened, happened' meaning that the time travel on Lost is presented as something that cannot be changed no matter what wewe do to try and stop it. This is called link which is time travel without creating a link. However, with every non-linear equation there is always a variable, and as Daniel Faraday put...
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I have a confession to make. I must be one of the few viewers of television’s "LOST" who does not dislike the series' lead character, Dr. Jack Shephard. Before anyone makes the assumption that he is a inayopendelewa character of mine, let me make one thing clear. He is not. But for some strange reason, I do not dislike Jack.

For the past three au four seasons, many "LOST" mashabiki have ranted consistently against Jack’s faults. Mind you, he is not the only flawed character in the series. In fact, most of the major charactes seemed to possess some very serious...
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"LOST" RETROSPECT: (4.01) "The Beginning of the End"

Looking back on six seasons of "LOST", it occurred to me that my opinion of the series' season premieres have been decidedly mixed. I have enjoyed at least two of them. I have found two of them mildly entertaining. And the last two have struck me as somewhat unmemorable.

The Season Four season premiere, (4.01) "The Beginning of the End", served as a follow-up to the superb Season Three finale, (3.22-3.23) "Through the Looking Glass". In that episode, the Oceanic 815 castaways had managed to contact a freighter called the Kahana that recently...
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posted by marissa
 Season five, here we come!
Season five, here we come!
All right, so after watching "Jughead", I realize that we Lost mashabiki have a lot to talk about!

(If wewe haven't seen "Because wewe Left, "The Lie" au "Jughead" yet, then please stop kusoma so I don't spoil it for you!)

All right, so I'm about to go on a Lost-rant? Ready? *Deep breath* Here we go:

This theory has been floating around for a while, so I thought I'd bring it to fanpop and see what wewe guys thought: Sawyer stepped on that piece of bamboo (or whatever it was) in "The Lie". It was pretty big and dug into his foot pretty deep. People have speculated that because of this, Sawyer ends up...
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posted by cookie-cutie
Welcome back. Another season starts but unfortunately it is only 8 episodes long.

The title references Ben's line in the season three finale. He says to Jack, "Making that call is the beginning of the end."
This is the first season premiere that was not Jack-centric. It's also the first season premiere that didn't open with a shot of someone's eye.

The opening shot of the car crashing into the piled matunda is a humorous reference to season 1. The matunda is mapera, pera - the only chakula available to the Losties in their early days on the island. In season 1, Hurley -- out in the jungle for a 'bathroom...
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I have a confession to make. I did not watch the ABC series “LOST” from the beginning. In fact, I did not start watching the series until (2.02) “Adrift”, the sekunde episode of Season Two. However, I could barely maintain interest in the show, until the Season Two episode, (2.04) “Everybody Hates Hugo”.

To be honest, there was nothing particularly special about that episode. But there was one scene that really made me sit up and notice. This scene featured a moment in which Tail Section survivor Ana-Lucia Cortez punched James “Sawyer” Ford....
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posted by Nibylandija
 I guess bald guys with knives talking about destiny hit my right in my nerd core
I guess bald guys with knives talking about destiny hit my right in my nerd core
I am so honored and happy to be interviewing our July FOTM - Patrick Miller!, who is also known as tuttleAC here on Fanpop... MAJOR CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU, MAN! Finally, it`s your time, it`s all about you! I need to say... Well done, well deserved! I hope wewe spend a nice time answering my questions. So do the others while kusoma the whole article! ...AAAND! Here it is, ladies and gentlemen: the July FOTM interview with Patrick! ENJOY!

1. In the very beginning, would wewe mind introducing yourself to the Lost mashabiki and telling us something zaidi about yourself? :)
Well I was born in a log cabin...
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