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Lost: S.O.S. (S2EP19)
Posted April 13, 2006 at 08:11:29 AM by Bean in the Lost category
Last night episode was a huge disappointment. Very little plot movement, and the back story around Rose and Bernard was none-too-surprising.

Rose & Bernie
So it turns out Rose and Bernard met and got married late in life. Rose has (had?) cancer, and was only predicted to live for a year. She had accepted it, but he had not, so he took her to some faith healer in Australia. When he could not help her (actually, he seemed scared of her), she decided to tell Bernard that "it worked" so they could enjoy their last months together. Post-crash, she's healed, and when she tells Bernard about everything, he gives up on his quest to make a big S.O.S signal in order to stay with her on the island, which has apparently healed her.

Rose talks with Locke at one point. She knows he was in a wheelchair before the crash and therefore shares a small secret with him. By the look in his eyes, you can tell he believes it too.

Jungle Hike
Jack and Kate hike to "the line" to try and negotiate a trade for Henry. Instead, they just find Michael, stumbling and mumbling. From the previews, it sounds like he found the others camp and thinks they can take them out. Eps 20-24 are sure to have some serious violence. Cant wait.

Not the best ep in this no-repeat run. Lost will be back on April 26 with episode 20: Reckoning.
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bean (April 13, 2006 at 10:28:11 AM):
In Rose's flachback, she says "I grew up driving in snow" (or something to that effect). Could this mean she's from Minnesota? That's where the real Henry Gale was from. Bro/Sis?
stef (April 13, 2006 at 10:30:24 AM):
interesting point...
corbin (April 17, 2006 at 01:27:19 PM):
that's a stretch you racist prick
bean (April 18, 2006 at 09:49:16 AM):
Wowza, somebody did some photochop work on Henry Gale. Check it out.
Looks like he may have been one of the docs in the medical hatch.
corbin (April 18, 2006 at 11:04:30 AM):
the connection is obvious!
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