Jackâ€™s sweetest moment in ages was last episode, where he deferred to Hurley. Now he asks Hurleyâ€™s permission to go and talk to non-Locke. It is a lovely moment.
And now non-Locke admits what we had already worked out â€“ that he was the vision of Jackâ€™s father from way back in that first or second episode. He says it was because they needed to find water. And that makes a certain amount of logical sense, but itâ€™s difficult not to see that it was a pretty cruel choice to make on non-Lockeâ€™s part.
I am so far behind it is unreal. And you guys are all trying to talk about the finale and I have to go like LAH LAH LAH LAH with my hands over my ears, so here we go. Going to shimmy through.
So, like, Libby! I love Libby! Iâ€™m so glad theyâ€™re actually doing something with her character. I already know that Mr Sulman will have been thinking of me when he saw this episode, because Iâ€™ve been going on about her since, like, she died and that.
So Desmond wakes up, and apparently he hasnâ€™t been quite conscious since we last saw him, when Benry attacked he and Penny.
Is it me, or is this the first time Jim Robinson has actually been civil to Desmond? He seems generally nicer this season, doesnâ€™t he?
I got the feeling that last weekâ€™s episode of Lost was deliberately intended as a breather episode before the final half of the season kicked off, and Iâ€™ve been looking forward to this one all week. Not sure if Iâ€™m dissappointed that itâ€™s a Kwon episode or not â€“ I love this couple, but they seldom move the story forward very much, and thatâ€™s what people want right now.