Don't say you weren’t warned. Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, let’s talk LOST!
Grab your bell-bottom pants and your big-collared paisley-print shirt, Losties, 'cause it's time to disco! Say "Namaste" to 1977 and the Dharma Initiative! The gang's all here... sort of... so let's get talking!
I thought this was the most shocking event of the night:
Little Ben (to Sayid): My name is Ben.
I had a sneaky suspicion (as I think most of you Losties did too) that the plane full of non-Oceanic 6 passengers crashed in a different time than when the Oceanic 6 purple-light-beamed themselves to. That was confirmed on tonight's show, along with the fact that the crash is located on Alcatraz (i.e. the smaller station where the Hydra station is located). How terrific is Lapidus, guiding that plane down with a cool hand. I want him to be my pilot the next time I fly! But what I don't understand, is why Sun, who was part of the Oceanic 6, didn't purple-light-beam jump with the rest of the six? Is it because the Island knows she has dark intentions? She has become such a ruthless person, and has changed so much since the repressed gal we first met in Season 1 and I don't much like her now. I thought the hope of finding Jin alive would change her some. Although she's nursed her hatred and revenge for the last three years, so I guess I shouldn't expect her to shrug that off overnight.
I thought this was the most heartbreaking moment of the night:
And finally, here's the funny moment of the night:
Sawyer (to Radzinski): "Great thinking, Quickdraw!"
Another great line was Hurley saying, "I vote for not camping." All in all, there weren't many funny lines tonight. The show was intense and focused on moving the plot forward and getting the Oceanic 6 assimilated into the Dharma program.