Friday, April 06, 2007
LOST 3.15: Girl on Girl on Monster
It was the old convicts-chained-together story with a twist on this week's LOST. While people lying to each other is a big recurring theme of this show, "Left Behind" took it to a whole new level. I think Kate and Juliet (Evangeline Lilly and Elizabeth Mitchell) both did some of the best acting I've seen on the show. Especially when they faced Smokey the Monster. I assume Juliet pretended not to know about the monster to learn what Kate knew about it. She didn't learn much. As much as we like Kate as viewers, I think her mom was right turning her in. Kate had no right taking the law into her own hands. How long was Kate on the run? The feds must have spent a fortune trying to catch her. I also liked the comedy of the Hurley-James con. Watching James try to be a nice guy was great. Today while walking through the park after lunch, I heard the monster. I looked around but no black smoke, only a Seattle Parking Enforcement officer printing out a ticket for a car parked too long on 11th. They sound remarkably similar.
Here's what we learned:
- The sonic fences are to keep out the monster, not people
- The combination to the sonic fence is 1-6-2-3
- Juliet doesn't not know what the monster is
- Cassidy did have James' baby, that wasn't a lie
- Locke left with the Others
- James is the de facto leader until Jack and Kate return
- Sun still doesn't trust James
- Why did the Others leave Juliet? They already branded her.
- Where did the Others go?
- Are there other sonic fences?
- Why don't the castaways move to Othersville?
- Why did it take so long for Jack to wake up?
- How much will Juliet tell the castaways?