Hey hey hey, it’s time for the regular LOST post. And yes, I find it surprising that I haven’t done it before now, too. It’s been two weeks since the first two episodes were shown in the UK, and I have to say I’m absolutely loving it so far. And nothing is making me happier than the growing feeling that we’re heading towards something big and fantastic.
The island moving through time and space is a really good – albeit confusing – idea, and it is being used to great effect to uncover some of the myteries of the island’s past. How else would we have found out about Danielle, and I love the little bits that are thrown in – like Ethan shooting Locke, and seeing the birth of Aaron and the light in the hatch again. It really makes you realise how far the journey has been – and how much the series has changed (for the better!) since it began.
Off the island, things are moving at a blistering speed. The Oceanic Six are working against a 70-hour deadline to return to the island, and it’s much easier said than done. There are the fair share of twists and turns in this storyline, too – and we haven’t even seen what Locke does when he returns from the island, which is actually before the main ‘Three Years Later’ main off-island story.
So, all in all, I am feeling massively confident that the show is heading in the right direction – and I have very high hopes for season five and season six. Like I could give up on it anyway, after coming this far…Noteworthy 9 February 2009
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