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26 February 2009 @ 01:05 pm
Lost 5x07 The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham  
Yeah, fine, I should be studying but I'm a very, very weak person. Whatever. I won't sleep tonight anyway.

Beware: that's a point which is basically 99% Jack appreciation. Which means, I agree to disagree but Jack bashing is not my friend right now. ;) Also, if Ben is your favorite character you might not like it.

Before starting: I finally understood what Locke has in common with the real John Locke: I will never, EVER understand them.

Team WTF island?

1. So did they crash on the Hydra? lenina20 said it and it didn't occur to me and I was completely confused but if they crashed on the Hydra it makes sense. Also, other survivors? *argh* At least the Cesar guy isn't that bad. Jury's still out on Marshal girl.

2. Uhm.

I've always known Locke was going to be back. No Locke = no Lost and I know it. But... if it turns out he just lands there and resurrects? I'm not cool with it. Well, unless it happened to Christian so now he's practically Christian #2 and until we know what the fuck is up with Christian anyway we won't know what's up with him.

3. Uhm, so Ben, Sun and Sayid crashed with the plane and Jack, Kate and Hurley were conveniently brought on the main island IN ANOTHER TIME by the flash?

LOL, this is so fucking nonsense that I just go with it.

Team what the hell do I have to do with you, John Locke?

4. Dear Writers: having Locke's leg set exactly as Jack set Boone's leg in Do No Harm is-not-funny. It is NOT-FUNNY. Do they hate me? If they need to make references every ten seconds GIVE HIM A FUCKING CAMEO. THANK YOU. (And fuck off meanwhile. ;) )

5. That said... well, Locke isn't fine in my book and sure as hell I'm not okay with him but Terry O' Quinn? Too-fucking-good. Shit, I was seriously feeling for the guy and I mean, the story was half nonsense and I should feel for EVERYONE but Locke and where am I? When he was killing himself I was sort of becoming very, very mellow. Also, is that possible to hang yourself like that? I mean, with a cable? Stuck under a desk or whatever it was? Would it work anyway? *shrug* Also, Helen. Oh God, I was so glad they remembered Helen. Even if of course... *rolls eyes*

6. HI Abaddon! Or better, Cedric Daniels from The Wire! Where's McNulty? Oops, not in time. Anyway, what a pity. I mean, creepy as fuck but he was interesting and of course they kill him before he gives answers.

7. Locke visits the O6:

a) Sayid: LOL. I can't exactly buy him being so happy building schools after what we saw in the Economist and being like 'well, fine, I was a hit man, I spent two miserable years working for Ben, my life kinda sucks and nonetheless I don't want to go back and it's great that I had nine months with Nadia before my penis they murdered her' but... THE SHIRT! THE LOOKS! THE SPANISH! (because Sayid speaking Spanish -> almost as good as the German and the French.) LOL, I was kind of laughing there but seriously. LOL. And Sayid, I love you anyway.

b) Walt: I actually liked it. Even if they don't bring back Walt someway I'll be darn well pissed off. I'm missing him. Really. And Michael too. Who thought I'd ever say that, in S2...

c) Kate: completely OOC, contrived and without a sense. It made even less sense than Sayid.

d) Hurley: well, it was good but nothing we didn't know exactly.

e) Jack: more on that on an apposite point.

8. Also, poor John. Really. I could feel his pain at a certain point, and I'm not the most empathic Locke person.

Team sorry but Ben might be a good villain and Micheal Emerson is awesome but I still do NOT TRUST THE GUY

9. And seriously, the problem is that... I'd actually half-side with Widmore here.

*silence*

No, seriously, I hate Widmore's guts, I hate what he did to Desmond and Penny and I can't stand his face but at least he isn't a psycho and he isn't a creep. He's a complete absolute jerk not to mention a bastard who is also heartless and I'm not ever forgiving him the Keamy torture, the massacre and everything else, but you know what? Since the whole killing off Alex-and-Danielle was because they needed it for Ben's story which is basically what makes me want to headdesk most, that's it. I prefer a sane evil guy who is a jerk and a cruel heartless bastard to Ben (who in my book shares a lot of said adjectives with Widmore WITH the mindfucking adding).

10. Because really. Michael Emerson is an excellent actor. I can enjoy Ben's snark and occasionally the character but I don't like how everything is becoming the Ben show, I can't freaking have empathy or any liking whatsoever for a guy who says he hasn't killed anyone and then is behind a genocide and the freighter exploring just to say two things, I'm sick of his mindfucking, I'm sick of Ben being everywhere, I'm sick of everyone trusting him when it's obvious that he lies/manipulates them just like that, I'm sick of seeing better/more interesting at least for me characters' storylines (*cough* Danielle *cough*) sacrificed because of HIS and really?

That scene with Locke in the end was disgusting. Because I might not give a damn about Locke and I might think every possible horrible thing about the guy especially after the Little Prince deal, but that? Was disgusting. I can't even find another word. Manipulating, cruel, disgusting and twisted and every possible other adjective I can think of. It makes me almost fine with the whole Locke is Jesus Christ thing. I'd say horrible things if I went on and I really don't even want to and I don't have even time for it so I won't but fuck, just no. Does not sit well with me.

Team why I like Jack

11. This'd be me elaborating on 7e. So, my point always was that I like Locke better than Ben and Jack better than Locke. And this episode here just proves my point.

Apart from witnessing the birth of Nirvana!Jack (this wasn't full Nirvana!Jack) and from the whole thing about Jack going LA-Sydney/Sydney-LA being a total canon mistake since in the S3 finale he had told Kate he had done it more than once and it didn't look to me like it was something he had done in the last month, the point is: he's the only one making fucking sense.

Why? Fine, you can say that when Jack refuses to go back and Locke is there pleading him he basically says everyone can fuck off and die for all he cares. Which wouldn't exactly be much nice, but. The problem is, when the hell Jack could ever trust Locke anyway? Who grants him that Locke is telling the truth anyway?

In this episode here he was already growing the beard and probably already half depressed, which as per Something Nice Back Home it isn't because of the island or anything but because he and Kate broke up. Fine. Now, Locke shows up in his hospital telling him he has to go back because otherwise they'd die and it'd be also his fault which, knowing Jack, triggers a lot of delusional things. And apart from White Rabbit, what has Locke done with Jack in four seasons? Lying and mindfucking mostly, or telling him it was his destiny to do something without never explaining himself and on the basis that Locke is special and that he has faith. And well, excuse me but for four seasons Jack was supposed to be the rational one (PROBABILITY. I'd have married him when he said probability) and who is the rational person who buys Locke's destiny crap? Not him and not me either. So, Jack here is rude with Locke and basically tells him he can fuck off and realize that maybe he isn't special. And you know what, I can perfectly see his reasons. Then you can tell me that the whole lying thing doesn't make sense in the first place and that it's obvious that the rescued don't give a damn which seems also true, but in this context? Sorry but I can't see how he could have gone and said 'oh, awesome! Let me shave and I'm coming with you!'. Not to mention that Locke goes and mentions Christian and we all know how Jack reacts when the guy is into the picture.

Then of course Jack is wrong because Locke is special and by telling him what he did tell him he practically sends him into the depression spiral which makes Ben able to mindfuck Locke and everything and so it is his fault. But that isn't my point here. My point is that Jack, to me, makes sense and that's why I'm on team Jack anyway. At least he doesn't mindfuck with me, doesn't lie because the island demands sacrifices and he's coherent.

Well, and this review turned into my Jack appreciation post of the season. Who would have known.

12. And apart from that, MF was acting pretty well here. Or so I thought.

12b. Not to mention that while he was speaking I was purposely reading all the possible subtext I could, but that's me, having a ship which died four seasons ago and my Locke issues.

13. I think I'm forgetting something but I should seriously go having something to eat and then get back on Kant.

13b. Also, Widmore. I KNOW that Jeremy Bentham is an English philosopher. *rolls eyes*
 
 
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condoms, sexual lubricant, vagitine, & blueberriesprettybutt on February 26th, 2009 12:25 pm (UTC)
team jack all the way, mf was brilliant in this ep
the female ghost of tom joad: lost jack **janie_tangerine on February 26th, 2009 12:27 pm (UTC)
INDEED HE WAS. I'm team Jack for life indeed, I can't trust anyone else really. ;) ;)
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the female ghost of tom joad: lost jack **janie_tangerine on February 26th, 2009 01:14 pm (UTC)
You do have a point about Ben being a villain for real but the problem is that he's the kind of villain that just makes me want to strangle him. Which is the target I guess, but I can't appreciate it. Not when a character who wasn't even conceived before S2 becomes the center of everything. I just don't care enough about him and while I should have expected that thing with him killing Locke I just.. meh, I can't really see what's the deal. I need him in small doses, not overplayed as he is. Re Sayid, I'll ignore the charity thing if not for the Spanish. It was contrite, OOC, not making sense and ridiculous and considering how he was in the premiere they'll conveniently forget it anyway. Selfless!Kate was a joke. *sigh* In regards, Ben is better for sure. But the point is that he's just everything that irks me and I don't even think he's that interesting. ;)

What you said about Jack. I wanted to mention something like that too but I was already in a hurry. ;) And yeah, key word he needs to fix it up. See, he never changes. That's why I stick with him. I might dislike him occasionally but he never lets me down in that sense in the end. And I think he might be the only character on this show who never did but then again, there has to be someone.
alemyrddin: Jack smilealemyrddin on February 26th, 2009 01:24 pm (UTC)
1. I agree - if they crashed on the other island it would make more sense. Dharma stations are easier to find there, and Frank (and Sun?) taking off would be explained more easily.

3. *nods* Lost writers aren't happy if they can't keep the group apart. But at least this time Jack and Sawyer are in the same place AND time! For Jack, being away from both Ben and Locke can only be very, very good. Now if only Kate had cracked her head open on that rock or landed in another time... ;)

4. I actually like the references, even if I don't catch them most of the time. But I know it must be painful for you and I totally second the request for a cameo!

5. Locke death scene was the only one that told us something new, and I really liked it (yes, even when Ben appeared. His mindfuckery intrigues me a lot, and I love how the actor potrays him, but I get why you hate him)

a) Sayid: LOL. I seriously thought it was a dream, because it was so weird and OOC! (i really thought about the dream: when Locke woke up in Jack's hospital I though it was really the first time he woke up after they fixed his leg and he dreamed meeting with Jack and the others)

b) Walt: it was a bit quick, imo, but I'm glad that they brought him in and that Locke decided to let him go, have his life, since he knows there's nobody back on the island for him. Still... they could have wasted a few more scenes and minutes on him.

c) Kate: The only part I liked in that scene was the irony of Locke saying "I was obsessed". Was, huh?

d) Hurley: I kept hoping Charlie would pop up again!

11. Well I have to say, your first line made me pause. Liking Jack better than Locke doesn't seem that big a compliment, imo! ;)

I think they screwed up the timeline here. Jack had done the Sydney/LA thing more than once, and he needed some time to become Nirvana!Jack. That means Locke's death shouldn't be just a few days after they talked but at least a few weeks, if not months. It's a pity they didn't remember, because having Jack try to go back repeatedly was much more in character and dramatic. If it was just once, it loses part of its meaning. And anyway, remember the maps and the sorry state of his flat? That wasn't just a few days of nirvana!jack. But also, it couldn't be that he was trying even before talking to Locke. It was hearing his dad mentioned that changed his mind.
So.. they screwed up. I hate that.

I don't think Jack is the most rational person, usually. He often reacts on instincts. But this time he was definitely right. PROBABILITY, as you say!
Problem is, even if Jack's behaviour makes much more sense, he was wrong. It's so tragic to see him fail one more time. *sighs*
I don't love him because he makes sense, btw. I love him because of how hard he tries to fix everyone, and fails most of the time.
But the fact that he (sometimes) makes sense is a nice addition.
the female ghost of tom joad: lost jack **janie_tangerine on February 27th, 2009 04:13 pm (UTC)
1) The Dharma stations thing was what I should have thought about sooner.

3) YES! LOL, asking for her to break her head there was indeed too much but YES! FINALLY! Jack being in Sawyer's proximities without Ben or Locke is definitely awesomeness.

4) I don't mind references except when it's all that episode and they don't even do the cameo. I mean, they're evil!

5) I wish I could like Ben but he's totally out of my villain moral compass, if I make sense here. The scene was very well done but I had my reactions. ;)

a) That'd have been a nice twist. Alas, it wasn't.

b) Yeah, I'd have liked it being longer.

c) Was? When? ;)

d) Me too! *sigh*

11. Well, it isn't but since here it seems that the whole deal is Jack vs Locke vs Ben I thought I'd make that clear. ;)

The timeline was completely screwed there but again, bad writing. I seriously can't believe that it was Darlton in person writing this episode because if it was some other writer I could have got it but hey, you are the minds behind this thing, you should know your continuity.

Re Jack, I love him also for a lot of other reasons INCLUDING the whole fixing thing. ;) And yeah, he isn't exactly always rational in the sense of the word but maybe I should have used some other term. I meant rational as for the whole man of science and faith thing where Jack is supposed to be the first one. Then again he isn't rational in the exact sense of the word.. ;) and PROBABILITY. INDEED. Ah, I do love the guy.
Laura: Lost: Jack Christian arguingpolvodestrella on February 26th, 2009 01:33 pm (UTC)
Dear Writers: having Locke's leg set exactly as Jack set Boone's leg in Do No Harm is-not-funny. It is NOT-FUNNY. Do they hate me? If they need to make references every ten seconds GIVE HIM A FUCKING CAMEO. THANK YOU.


For your sake, I'm sure hoping they'll give HIM a cameo ;)

Beard Jack ftw!!!! Guh, guh, guh, loved seeing Nirvana Jack!

PROBABILITY. I'd have married him when he said probability

I know!!! I l'm deeply in love with rational Jack, and this for sure was my favorite line of the whole episode!

Edited at 2009-02-26 01:34 pm (UTC)
the female ghost of tom joad: lost jack **janie_tangerine on February 27th, 2009 04:15 pm (UTC)
For my sake I definitely hope it, too. ;) ;)

I LOVE Nirvana!Jack. Glad we're two, sometimes I think I must be totally weird but what can I do...

Totally best line for me too. God, finally someone said it. How sweet did that sound.. ;)
inthekeyofd: Foxy-leather-mediocrechickinthekeyofd on February 26th, 2009 02:33 pm (UTC)
Christian is Jacob.

Locke is a dick and a half, and I'm telling you..all the Boone references, it's just like rubbing it in..maybe he'll get what happened to Boone and be a sacrifice to the island..once Jack takes his rightful place as the head of island.
the female ghost of tom joad: lost jack **janie_tangerine on February 27th, 2009 04:16 pm (UTC)
Don't you tell me, they're soo throwing salt on my open wounds here.... *sigh* I hope he already got it but I couldn't swear on it. Jack, take your rightful place soon, THANK YOU.
Lou: lost - sawyer >:(gottalovev on February 26th, 2009 03:15 pm (UTC)
That said... well, Locke isn't fine in my book and sure as hell I'm not okay with him but Terry O' Quinn? Too-fucking-good. Shit, I was seriously feeling for the guy and I mean, the story was half nonsense and I should feel for EVERYONE but Locke and where am I? When he was killing himself I was sort of becoming very, very mellow. Also, is that possible to hang yourself like that? I mean, with a cable? Stuck under a desk or whatever it was? Would it work anyway?

hell yes. TOQ was FABULOUS, really. I had the exact same feelings. that was a hell of a performance.

as for the suicide, yes, that would work. when someone wants to die... my uncle's brother hanged himself in a doorway with his belt. He had his knee bent, aka to live he just would have had to stand up and remove the belt. an electric wire like that would give no chance and it's very solid.

Edited at 2009-02-26 03:16 pm (UTC)
the female ghost of tom joad: lost sawyer *g*janie_tangerine on February 27th, 2009 04:20 pm (UTC)
TOQ is so freaking good. If there's one reason I'm still somewhat invested in Locke it's him, otherwise I'd have given up a lot of time ago.

Oh God, that's just horrible. My doubt re the whole hanging deal wasn't so much on the cable but on the actual logistics because I thought it was actually too low but I don't think I'll elaborate too much on that.
sad side of normal: Lost: baggagefosfomifira on February 26th, 2009 03:29 pm (UTC)
I'm kind of tired of seeing Ben everywhere. Usually I can ignore it when Lost turns into the Ben/Charles Widmore/Locke show, but last night was an overdose of those three guys for me. Why people still fall for what they say, why can't they just say "shut up and go away, I'm going to live my life" and stick to it I'll never know.

And yes, electrical cable is very sturdy. Even if the plastic snaps, you still have the copper inside. the knot only makes the whole circuit more stable.

Good luck with Kant!
the female ghost of tom joad: lost -> generaljanie_tangerine on February 27th, 2009 04:23 pm (UTC)
Word on the first paragraph. Seriously. WTF? And now they're even making me almost like Widmore. WTF?

I wasn't having much doubts about the electric cable but more on the whole logistics. I mean, when you hang yourself the bone behind the next should be supposed to snap and it looked to me like if he jumped like that either the cable would have pulled out from under the desk or whatever it was or it was going to take a veery long time. But I'm no expert and I really wouldn't want to elaborate.

Thanks! It was postponed on Thursday though. *headdesk*
Stephanie: LOST. Jack; look up the sky is fallingslybrunette on February 26th, 2009 03:39 pm (UTC)
I didn't even think of them crashing on the Hydra...and it all makes so much more sense now...

Team Jack ftw.

As much as I despise Locke I have always loved Terry O'Quinn's acting.
the female ghost of tom joad: lost jack **janie_tangerine on February 27th, 2009 04:24 pm (UTC)
Team Jack for the win indeed. I'm not ever siding with anyone else indeed.

And TOQ is actually the only reason I still care about Locke. If it was someone else? I'd have given up WAY earlier. Like, 1x19.
Janice: hawaii coastlinejaydblu on February 26th, 2009 04:06 pm (UTC)
Ratings of this episode by myself and co-workers (and this show can usually do no wrong by me, btw)
me: 2.5 out of 5
my girlcrush: 3 out of 5
the old lady: 2 out of 5

3. Uhm, so Ben, Sun and Sayid crashed with the plane and Jack, Kate and Hurley were conveniently brought on the main island IN ANOTHER TIME by the flash?
My Lostie friends and I were just discussing this at work, and we tried to make sense of it, but couldn't. We went over it several times, just couldn't reconcile it.
Your 7a. ITA. The Sayid thing was almost laughable. The only good thing about that particular segment was his screen time. *hearts him hard* (implausible though that whole scene was)

I absolutely loved Jack in this episode, because it was typical him (and he was looking kinda hot with his not so bushy beard).
Kate---so sick of her. Her self-rightous bullshit is grating on the nerves.
Walt-what? That scene was way too brief, and it seemed as if they were trying to wrap up his storyline. Did they forget that he was kidnapped because he was special? What happened to that?
Ben-I'm still flip-flopping on him as far as last nights episode goes.

As much as it pains me to say it, this was not my favorite episode. I realize it was done to fill in gaps and move things along, but I didn't like how it was done.
the female ghost of tom joad: lost benjanie_tangerine on February 27th, 2009 04:26 pm (UTC)
Yeah, it wasn't that good. Not really.

That whole another time thing is the only one that makes sense since only the three of them were gone. Figure it out. And Sayid like that wasn't laughable only because he was too good looking for his own good. ;)

I absolutely loved Jack in this episode, because it was typical him (and he was looking kinda hot with his not so bushy beard).

THAT. *nodnod*

Meh, Kate could disappear for all I care and I wouldn't miss her a second. And srsly, if Walt is written off then I'll be very, very disappointed.

With Ben, I was done with him by The Shape of Things to Come but this round he just irked me even more than usual. I just can't stomach the guy, I'm afraid.
elliotsmelliot: Jack beardelliotsmelliot on February 26th, 2009 04:46 pm (UTC)
I think you could turn your review into a math formula about which character is greater than the other. I

Re Jack>Locke. I had actually cut a bit in my review because it was getting too wordy about Locke being such a failure on the island and used the example of his poor communication with Jack. Um, maybe if you weren't such a dick and explained your island miracles and secrets to Jack, rather than nag him about his destiny he would actually get it! Still, I thought all the O6 were a little too pissy to Locke, especially Mr. Live Together, Die Alone, who should have felt some responsibility towards those left behind. It was fun to see baby!Nirvana!beard Jack!

Re Widmore>Ben. No, seriously, I hate Widmore's guts, I hate what he did to Desmond and Penny and I can't stand his face but at least he isn't a psycho and he isn't a creep.

Ditto. ME gets a pass because he is such a great actor and can trick you into caring for Ben, but he is such a false prophet. Widmore might be just as evil, but he wins in his more direct manner of approaching his evil deeds. Plus he is the ONLY one who doesn’t continually fall for Ben’s lies which is also a win. I think they both have to share equal blame for Alex which I feel Ben never will.

This show needs some McNulty! Why couldn't he be the new character that lands on the island. I was confused about the geography too and where everyone landed. The plane was on the smaller island, right? Maybe Ben was left there because he is in exile. But who knows because it seems Sun was there too. No sign of Sayid though.

LOL, this is so fucking nonsense that I just go with it.

That is why I am not batting an eye at Locke's resurrection. It makes no sense, but what else does these days. So is Locke immortal?

I'm sorry about Locke's fracture modeling’s Boone. I think that was fine punishment for him and he did not get Jack's tender touch.

Hee! We used the same icon for our reviews!
the female ghost of tom joad: INDEEDjanie_tangerine on February 27th, 2009 04:32 pm (UTC)
The icon we used speaks the truth!!

I was thinking of doing the math formula! Then I just let it go but it'd have been pretty fun. Ditto on Jack and Locke. He could have been way less pissy to Locke indeed but he's the only one who I'd have justified. I mean, Jack at least has more than one personal reason to be a jerk to the poor guy but Sayid and Kate? Not really. Just to say one.

And YES re Widmore. I mean, apart from not falling for Ben's lies which is definitely a plus with me, but at least he's evil and we know how is evil and what we're getting. With Ben I know what I get but it comes with the mindfucking and the overplaying, which is so not okay with me.

Yes! Bring McNulty in! Maybe Omar too? I'm all for it! The plane has to be on the smaller island if only because on the main one there aren't as many Dharma hatches in the open.

Or wait. Did the Hydra island move at all?

No, Locke resurrecting was totally nonsense unless he isn't like Christian. I mean, I bought Christian, I can buy Locke, but at this point they should at least attempt an explanation?

And ha, no, he didn't get Jack and he didn't get transfusion, but seriously, why are they spending episode referencing Do No Harm here? It's cruel, dammit. ;)
Allie: Hold Mealliecat8 on February 26th, 2009 11:16 pm (UTC)
I just want to say THANK YOU for being staunchly on Jack's side. I think that Darlton has put him in some pretty senseless situations, but MF is doing the very best he can with what he's given. Even when I criticize what the writers make him do, he still keeps me loving Jack unconditionally. I'm so glad you agree! ♥
the female ghost of tom joad: lost jack **janie_tangerine on February 27th, 2009 04:33 pm (UTC)
Oh, I don't think I'll ever leave Jack's side. Nothing he can do will make me dislike the guy by this point I think. It's bad writing, it's not him. ;) MF is being great, totally agreeing. And I just can't dislike Jack. I mean, he's the only alive half of my ship, what about it? *sigh* I can't hate him. But if he makes sense, even better.
missy_useless: jack/boonemissy_useless on February 27th, 2009 03:45 am (UTC)
Dear Writers: having Locke's leg set exactly as Jack set Boone's leg in Do No Harm is-not-funny.
Thank you!!

;)
the female ghost of tom joad: lost jack/boone <3 <3 <3janie_tangerine on February 27th, 2009 04:34 pm (UTC)
LOL, my pleasure. ;)
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the female ghost of tom joad: lost sawyer OMGjanie_tangerine on February 27th, 2009 04:36 pm (UTC)
1) They need red shirts to kill... ;)

2) It's the only one that makes sense unless Locke is Jesus Christ. Which... uhm, no. Thanks.

3) Same thing. Whatever happens, happens. I can't kill myself over it.

5a) THE HUMANITARIAN WAYS OF SAYID!!! LOL, sounds too good.

5b) WTF HE IS. He's also pretty cute but hey, he's still four or five years younger than I am. Or something. Just no. ;)

9) YES. That's it. I mean, he's evil and that's it. I don't like being mindfucked.

10) Ben and me aren't friends indeed. Not right now. ;)
L: {lost} the fab. fiveneated on February 28th, 2009 03:38 pm (UTC)
LOL, this is so fucking nonsense that I just go with it.

Haha, I think that's what I do with Lost all the time...

Sayid!!! OMG I love the guy. So much love. And the spanish *dies*

So agree on everything concerning Jack and MF. This scene was amazing.


the female ghost of tom joad: lost jack **janie_tangerine on February 28th, 2009 03:53 pm (UTC)
Wasn't it just? The Jack scene I mean. I love that man. Seriously, I love him. *sigh*

LOL, we need to do like that otherwise I think we'd all end up in some Santa Rosa-like place in ten days or so. ;) and SAYID! It was kinda OOC but still, totally awesome. I love Sayid INDEED. *sigh*