Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Land of the Lost

Tonight's the Season Premiere of ABC's Lost and this is the source of all your Lost answers and secrets. After getting home from the UK and seeing the first 3 episodes, I felt it might be a nice thing for my friends that are also fans to get the answers the the questions we've discussed all summer. Alias's Abram wrote and directed a beautiful premiere, but read no further if you want to be surprised.

Locke: Our favorite box-company account manager is injured once again. His legs are fine, but his left arm is completely blown off! It is all blackened and charred, and to me it looks like it's been chewed by Smoky the Beast, but he refuses to talk to anyone about it. He's recovering in a lean-to(thanks to Eko) next to the former hatch/hole. We'll see if the island can heal this injury.

Jack: The majority of the first episode is Jack's flashback. He's tied up in a hut, answering questions and devising a way to escape. he has seen the other computer (supposedly the one that Walt was using to communicate with his dad) and it is just flashing SYSTEM ERROR. The flashback deals with his homosexual tendencies and a lifechanging "streaking" event he had when he was 7.

Charlie is now deaf in both ears, which is nice, because Claire wants to talk to him about taking their relationship to the next level.

Hurley has his first nude scene! A full frontal of him showering in the Pearl hatch's shower is the opening shot of the season. And it is hotter than you would think.

That baby, Adam or John or whatever, is kidnapped by the Others and is breastfed by a completely stoned Miss Clue. Her crack cocaine is passed on to him, and causes him to go into a deep coma. The Others have to rely on Dr. Jack to get the baby back to normal.

The Marshalls make it to the crystal table and are attempting to get back to their time when the Sleestacks show up.

Sawyer is now the love slave of fake beard dude.

The ghost of Ana Maria appears to Rose and they discuss the book "Watership Down" for the entire 3rd episode.

That's about all I can remember. If you have questions, just post a comment and I'll answer it as soon as I can. Have fun tonight!


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sugarbritches said...

I used to watch Land of the Lost every Saturday, but it gave me nightmares and still does when I think about the show (thanks for dredging that nightmare up again, Montgomery Q). It's one of those kinds of things where I get really stressed thinking about how they can't every get home. Really weird. Like when you try and figure out the beginning of time, very disturbing and makes your head hurt.

Montgomery Q said...

I had the worst nightmares about that show! It was so hopeless and bleak and depressing, and those SSS monsters literally scared the poo out of me!

I want to see the show again, to see if it's how I remember it.

Sideon said...

The stones inside the machine, the creepy Sleethstack creatures:
Saturdays ruled when we were kids.