I’ve recently completed one of the most difficult competitions of my life. More physically challenging than running a marathon; more aggressive and violent than the Superbowl. That’s right… you guessed it –
a Mustache Competition.
Did you love the season finale of Lost? Did it give you enough to chew on until next year? Did it answer enough of your questions? Or bring up any more?
Jeremy Bentham is the one in the coffin? That utilitarian philosopher’s been dead 150+ years. Whatevs. (And, yes, he’s the guy who had his body preserved in a glass-topped coffin that’s been on display since he died. He was smart. And slightly creepy. But he’s fully clothed and sitting upright so, maybe not that creepy. And he is the tie breaking vote (always in favor) at the college).
A little rumble in the jungle (with Kate and Sayid and Richard Alpert) to free Ben from his would-be-captors-from-the-freighter. Since Kate and Sayid offered their help, they are free to leave the island. Easy-peasy.
Walt and his grandmother visit Hurley in the nuthouse. Walt says he was visited by Jeremy Bentham and wonders why the rest of the Oceanic 6 are lying about their time on the island. I’m wondering why Walt travelled across the country only to tell him this. Uh?
Ben and Locke are trying to move the island from the Orchid Station. But Keamy will not die and shows up to exact his revenge on Ben. Ben succeeds in killing him which should detonate all the C4 on the Freighter, killing all on board. So?
Kate, Hurley, Jack and Sawyer get on the helicopter headed to the Freighter. When the helicopter looses fuel Sawyer bails. (But, not too worry, he will later emerge from the water ala Ursula Andress).
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Pentultimate episode of the season. We open on the Oceanic Six being rescued. Jack’s still the leader. Telling them how to deal with the media that awaits.
FLASHCURRENT: The chopper is overheard to be landing over the Orchid, which none of the Losties know is another Dharma station. Jack is trying to be a hero (a-gain) even though he just had surgery.
Turns out Dan Faraday knows what the Orchid station is all about and tells Charlotte, “We have to get off this island tight now!”
FUTURE: Oceanic has a press conference with The 6; offering a lot of crazy manufactured details. The press is pretty harsh with them. (‘You guys look pretty healthy for being on an island’) It should be a fluff piece! Sayid and Nadia are re-united.
One group if off to the freighter with Jin and Sun and Aaron and some random people. So we know the fate of them is not certain.
FLASHFORWARD: Sun shows up at her father’s company, pregnant and gaining control of her life and her father’s company. She got her money and bought controlling interest in dad’s biz. And she blames dad for Jin’s death.
I’ve heard some people say, “Who even cares about them anymore?”
But when you learn – SPOILER ALERT – that no one dies. And that, more importantly, Mr Big’s real name is John Preston, I think you’ve learned enough.
We can fully support that as the most awesome, most deserving name for some epic, vaunted and dreamy character in a sitcom.
Oh wait. His full name is John James Preston.
We could also endorse a ‘Jimmy Preston’.
That sounds like a good name to us too.
This project Rogers snare drum is done, and honestly, it’s been done for a while. This was not my most challenging project, to be quite honest. If you didn’t read the original post, you can check it out here. I left off with taking it apart, doing some basic crud-removing cleaning and making a short shopping list of bits and pieces needed.
Here’s a quick quiz so see if you’d pass 8th grade science.
I would in no way like to share my grade with you.
Apropos of nothing, I would like to take a minute to say that my middle school was a classical arts magnet school and we did have all sorts of dance, music, theater, band, orchestra, jazz bands, etc.
My school might not have spent their entire budget on the science department. My class was in a basement. My teacher quit in the first quarter, replaced by a substitute for 2 months, ending with a new permanent teacher for the last quarter. And I think there was another pregnant lady in there somewhere.
None of this reflects in my awesome score on this test. I’m just sayin’…
Seriously, I did fine on the test. I just don’t happen to want to talk about it. Just feeling a little shy. I did really well, though – Honest.
Take the test yourself. You can tell me how you did. I won’t tell anyone else. Honest. Swearsies!