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I Won't Mention It Again



It took a lot of work and a lot searching - I found the clip/interview pre-show first, then part TWO of the two-parter (twice), before I finally found the episode I was missing and we were able to watch the full two-hour finale.

WOW. Hurley so totally ROCKS!!!

You know, when it comes to shows like this, I love the puzzles as much as "finally getting answers." Everything I read on this show whines constantly about "never getting answers," while I'm still being massively entertained by =not knowing yet.= Yes, I'll want them eventually, but when everything's answered, the show's over, and I know how bereft I get when something I enjoy ends. So as long as the ride lasts (for three more seasons of 16 episodes each), I'm going to have fun.

I sniffled some when Charlie died, but not as much as I expected just because I thought there were other things he could have done except stand there and "accept his fate." He COULD HAVE, for example, run out of the airlock, slammed the door behind him, and dove into the sea with Desmond - there was no reason they couldn't just swim back out the way they came in, without the scuba equipment (although, of course, Mikhail is outside waiting for them). And why the two didn't remember this wasn't the first time Mikhail came back from the dead is beyond me. It seems anyone who really can speak to the island can't die.

The place where I DID sniffle was when Ben told Alex she was meeting her mother.

And I was SO totally on Sawyer's side when he shot Tom. Not only for Walt (which was his given reason), but for everything Tom did to him. That one was completely justified.

And did I mention how much Hurley rocks?

Very important motto for the people of the island: Always listen to Sayid. Sayid is always right.

I'm very happy now.

Oh, and Hurley? Totally rocks.


We popped up this morning and I started a pot of beans (kidney and pinto) with salt pork, which are now simmering merrily away and smelling tasty. I'll make some corn bread to go with them and we'll probably eat just before we head out to see Pirates. Then we went over to CostCo to compare prices and see about an armchair - they sent out CostCo coupons yesterday which seem to indicate the chair we've been looking at (microfibre faux-suede, recliner/rocker, warm beige) will be on sale next month - in checking, it's a different chair, which is similar in color and fabric, but a little more expensive normally - however, cheaper with the coupon. SO, we'll wait for next month. So we bought a few other things, a little splurging but not TOO bad (I got Scrubs season five), and I spent less money on that than I would have on the chair, so I came out pretty well.

Then home to get some laundry done, I rearranged my shoes (it's really a sickness, shoes), and watch Lost.

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nutmeg3
May. 26th, 2007 09:51 pm (UTC)
I'm 100% with you on being happy just to go along for the rollercoaster ride. If we got answers to every question as soon as we thought to ask it, the show would be very boring indeed. And I was totally behind Sawyer shooting Tom. And Sayid breaking that guy's neck with his ankles. And Hurley running that guy down. Go Beach Team!
wildrider
May. 26th, 2007 10:09 pm (UTC)
Beach Team was awesome. Although, poor Bernard! He caved so easy! But he was only obeying orders (which seemed to be the theme of the evening!).

Also, great return for Locke. Ho!

Can't wait for February, now! (short seasons mean LOOOONG breaks!)

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wildrider
May. 26th, 2007 10:13 pm (UTC)
That was the episode we missed - and that one I didn't feel strongly enough about to go looking for it! (And considering I was able to follow the rest of the season, we obviously didn't miss much!)

LOST is one I'm going to wait for the whole show to end, then buy the "Complete" DVD set, then watch it straight through. I think it actually flows well enough, and will flow really well, once the choppiness is removed.

They seem to be coming along very well. I fried up the salt pork a little, first, and no further added salt, a bit of maple syrup, black pepper, cumin, garlic, a splash of apple cider vinegar, and a bay leaf.
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wildrider
May. 26th, 2007 11:50 pm (UTC)
I'll let you know how it comes out.

I did tell you how yummy your ham loaf was, didn't I? I have to make that one again...

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