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Lost: One of Them (S02EP14)
Posted February 16, 2006 at 07:47:01 PM by Bean in the Lost category
First off: I am sick, out of town, and generally just in a bad mood, so this will be a short blog. So solly. Last night's ep was mediocre in my opinion. It was Sayid-centric. Here's a few plot points.

Hurley has been hoarding food. A fat guy? Hoarding food? Who knew?!

Sayid met Kate's step-father during his service in the first gulf war. We even see a picture of a young Kate. Go here for more deets.

The Countdown
Well, we were expecting the counter to reach zero, and it did. But did we really expect to see any kind of closure? Of course not. We get a few glimpses of some strange symbols (turns out they are glyphs and are not uncommon - here's a random web image that someone found that matches), but then Locke somehow reverses the process by typing the number late. How convenient.

Also, Sawyer squished a frog and Sayid found some rich baloonist in a trap and beat the shit out of him.
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Bean (February 16, 2006 at 11:01:05 PM):
Rumor has it that the Darma symbol was on the frog's tongue and Walt's name or picture (not sure which) was on the ranch dressing. Some people have WAY too much time on their hands.
stef (February 16, 2006 at 11:01:22 PM):
That comment was actually me.
corbin (February 17, 2006 at 07:04:18 AM):
do you think the rich guy was really a rich guy or an "other"?

i didn't even make the kate connection.
Bean (February 17, 2006 at 07:51:05 AM):
I didn't either - found out by reading the forums.

Don't know about the barich guy - gut instinct is that he's bad in some way.
Jewfish (February 17, 2006 at 10:02:29 AM):
I wasn't too happy with this episode either. I think my biggest problem is that they never even talked about just going out and looking for the damn balloon. You'd think they'd do that before resorting to torture. Granted, they wanted to fill in Sayid's story, but it still made things seem shoddy to me. The whole Hurley/Sawyer storyline was completely pointless.
corbin (February 17, 2006 at 01:09:53 PM):
yeah, if i was hurley, there's no way i would have helped him. i think it was probably to show how continually forgiving he can be, to a fault obviously, and how sawyer is a dick, no matter what.
bigD (February 22, 2006 at 10:32:49 AM):
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