Alright, chuckleheads. I guess I'll start this.
It looks like Cuse and Lindelof are finally trying to close the series. That isn't a bad thing; this series has been oscillating between forward momentum and spinning in its own shit for a long time. Hopefully Sunday has a nice, explosive conclusion, although I am more than certain that we're going to be stuck with a bunch of loose ends (which isn't necessarily a bad thing).
- I'm not convinced that Jack is Jacob 2.0. Jack still has a lot of work left to do and you know that Smokey is going to be gunning for him as he makes his way over to the light. This certainly has the potential for the Jack-Locke showdown that has been coming for six seasons, but I'll be convinced of it once Jack makes it across the field.
- To totally screw my last point: Shepherd? Really? Are we that enthralled with surname application to actor behavior? Could be, even if the philosophy giants that half these characters are named after aren't quite in sync with their behaviors.
- Goodnight, Zoe. Your spilled blood has diminished my rage for your existence. Enjoy going back to real life, where you have to fuck Toby from West Wing.
- I would've given solid Canadian Looneys to see Locke off Kate last night. She has got to go.
- I was convinced for the longest time that Faraday was the most important character on the show. This may be partly true. It looks like Desmond could be the freakin' man. He's the pied piper right now, and I think that he may eventually become "Jacob" (even though he appears to be just a pawn right now).
- Widmore is still a wildcard. I think a big piece of Sunday is telling us his story. The Locke-Penny angle makes this even more important.
- Ben's a dick.
- Where's Walt? (I refuse to let this go.)
Take it away, people that aren't me.