September 22, 2005


So who watched "Lost" and now has even more questions than before the season started?

(raises hand)

Posted by Linkmeister at September 22, 2005 04:52 PM | TrackBack

I thought it was great. I simultaneously thought it raised lots of new questions, and revealed too much. Episode three is supposed to bring the real payoff of the first leg of Season 2.

I've GOT to start that all "Lost' podcast...

Posted by: Ryan at September 22, 2005 06:50 PM

I am still wondering about the show's central premise: things appear to happen on the island that defy common sense.

Why? Are they imagined? Is there a different reality? Is there a rational explanation?

I enjoyed this episode, and and counting hours until the next installment.

Posted by: pixelshim at September 23, 2005 04:08 AM

You know, people seem to be really angry at the opener. I'm not sure I understand why. This is one of those shows that answers questions while asking new ones, and this week we learned what's in the hatch. That, of course, raises all sorts of questions.

I liked it.

Posted by: Scott at September 23, 2005 05:10 AM

I liked it, too. This show is great at answering questions while raising new ones to keep your interest.

Posted by: Kim at September 23, 2005 06:18 AM

Say, Scott, where are you finding the anger? I've picked up elsewhere that some people didn't like the opener, but I wouldn't characterize the overall sense I got as anything but positive.

Posted by: Ryan at September 23, 2005 07:34 AM

Jinkies! I was out with some friends tonight and a few of them started talking about "Lost"... And then I come home, and every blog I look at mentions it.

Posted by: Chloe at September 23, 2005 07:33 PM

Still like Lost. Still think Vincent's the creepiest dog ever.

Posted by: shelley at September 24, 2005 12:12 PM

Vincent?!? Creepy?!? Although if he's a shape-shifter, maybe he's the polar bear...hmm. Have he and the bear been on screen at the same time? Sounds like a job for the "Lost" Wiki!

Posted by: Linkmeister at September 24, 2005 12:48 PM