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No More…Sniffle Sniffle…Sawyer & Juliet…Sniffle Sniffle

I miss her already.

I miss her already.

If you are reading this, I’m assuming two things: You have either watched last night’s “Lost” or you simply don’t care about the show and will skip all “Lost” related material entirely. So if you didn’t watch last night, don’t read this stuff!

Well, my fears were realized last night: Sawyer and Juliet are no more. The entire two hour episode was fantastic but those gut-wrenching final twenty minutes were particularly amazing. It was tense, suspenseful, romantic, and unbelievably sad all at the same time. It will take some time for me to get over the final scene of Elizabeth Mitchell’s Juliet, lying there bloodied, and hitting that bomb repeatedly. I am going to miss her in a big, big way…which can be backed by Mrs. Cinematically Correct as she witnessed me weep like a child over it all.

Then, I had to deal with this Locke (maybe?)/Ben/Jacob tension. I was terrified that not only had me lost Juliet, we were about to lose Ben as well. It would have made some sense since Ben and Juliet were once Others who have kind of become 815ers.

So many questions…who the hell is Jacob’s nemesis? What’s up with Ricardo and the Latin answer to “What lies in the shadow in the statue?” Why did Jacob visit all of the 815ers before the crash and some after the crash? Who or what is impersonating John Locke?

There is so much to talk about from last night and, unfortunately, I just don’t have time right now to get all my thoughts together. Normally, I try and make my recaps as amusing as possible but last night was so damn grim that it could be tough.

  1. Adam
    May 17, 2009 at 4:52 PM

    The Juliet scene was terrible, pure Lost fashion. What was bad was the fact she changed her mind about 12 different times throughout the episode. First, she was with Sawyer and wanted to leave. Then she wanted to help Kate stop Jack. Sawyer and Jack have the most pure-Hollywood fight in TV history. Sawyer drills Jack twice, only to let Jack land 3 haymakers, which Sawyer quickly recovers from in order to knock down Jack. Jack then of course returns punches before he is nailed in the balls by Sawyer. What the hell? At any rate, back to Juliet’s storyline. She then wanted to help Jack blow up the bomb. Then Tits McGee said she would leave Sawyer because he looked at Kate, whom he only knew for ~100 days while she was on the island, but actually knew Juliet for over 3 years. Then the idiots don’t run away from the giant magnet that grabs Juliet’s tits and drags her down do the bottom. She survives, hits the bomb, boom, LOST in black letters on a white background.

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