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By the eager begging request of Stosh, I’ve started to watch LOST. It’s been a week and I’ve watch 19 episodes already. 19 episodes. (I’m shaking my head right now in shame.) I told myself I wouldn’t get caught up in another tv show at this time of AP exams and final projects.  I lied to myself.

*SPOILER ALERT*

LOST is addictive. I want to know what happens to everyone! Why is the island so weird? Who are “the others”? How will they get off the island? How will they survive? Who’s inevitably going to die next? What’s the deal with Claire’s baby (who isn’t born yet)? Will Jin and Sun make up? Will the raft work? What’s the deal with Kate’s past? What is 4 8 15 16 23 42? What’s in Locke and Boone’s mysterious container? What’s the deal with the French chick? What is her power source? What is the monster is the jungle? Why are there polar bears? How are they all connected? SO MANY QUESTIONS!

They started out with 48 survivors. Now they’re down to 45.

I’ve only finished up to season 1 episode 19. There are 6 season. That’s 120 episodes. Only 101 to go…

So far Jin is my favorite character. He’s so attractive. Asian men are so attractive. Sun and Jin are so cute together.

I also like most of the other characters. I sympathize with the ones who seem a little off (like Sawyer and Jin). Kate intrigues me. Sayid is cool. Hurley  is a hoot. Charlie’s adorable. Shannon’s kind of annoying. Locke is awesome. How is he so awesome and knowledgeable?! Also the scar on his eye makes him look like such a bad boy.

I need answers to my questions! I hope they get answered soon.

I’ll be back with more rants and questions!

– J. Coco

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THIS ENTIRE POST CONTAINS SPOILERS

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Every time Lost answers a question, they give me ten more. I was just watching the end of season three thinking, “Wow, the Season 2 finale was way more intense” and right then, the flashback turns into a flash forward and Jack and Kate are meeting in an airport. And then when Season 4 started and they showed Hurley’s flash forward, I knew that six of the people from Oceanic flight 815 went home. Now, I have no idea what happened to the rest of them. The ones that definitely went home are Hurley, Jack (who looks absolutely killer with a beard), and Kate. And Desmond said he saw Claire and Aaron getting on the helicopter, so maybe them too.

Now, my main question from this episode is, why is everyone so scared of the “rescue team”? I know they have trust issues because of The Others, and I know the rescue team isn’t who they say they are, but really, they seem completely harmless. They’re all friendly, and they are all willing to help rescue the passengers even if that isn’t their main objective. AND, better yet, they’re looking for Ben, who is basically everyone’s number one enemy. Plus, Dan seems to be this adorable and hilarious geek, which automatically gives him points. So what’s the problem? It’s obviously the big scary guy in a suit who hired them all. The mysterious, deep-voiced guy who told Hurley (in the future) that he was from Oceanic Flights. If he really is from Oceanic, why in the world would he need to kill Ben? What business does he have on the island? We all know the island is special. It has electromagnetic anomalies, it heals people, it has black smoke that kills people, and it has Jacob. These are the things that the man must be after. Like all suited Americans, he must want to use the island’s power for his own gain. The trouble is, the suited enigma seems like a bad guy, but the “rescue team” doesn’t seem all that bad.

And now on to the bigger questions:

What is this black smoke, this island monster?

Why do the rescuers have a picture of Desmond and Penny?

WHY DID YOU HAVE TO KILL CHARLIE????

Who (or what) in the world is Jacob?

And what is even going on?? aaah