epiphany_maria (epiphany_maria) wrote,

Lost Season 6 Ep 12 Review

Everybody Loves Hugo

As I was losing all hope in season 6 along comes this ep to revive my interest.

Hurley sees Michael who tells him what to do. Richard (who is wearing a new shirt) disagrees with Hurley’s plan. Ilana makes and stirring speech and blows up in mid sentence. Hugo blows up the Black Rock. Richard gets angry and makes a stand. Ben and Miles decide to follow him. Jack, Sun and Lapidus follow Hurley to talk to fake Locke.

In the flash sideways a successful Hurly has a date with Libby who looks rough. They have a picnic on the beach and Libby and Hurly can now both recall the island timeline. Meanwhile Desmond is turning into Mahone from season 2 of ‘Prison Break’ as he runs down Locke with his car. That was the funniest moment of ‘Lost’ ever. This was good.

Richard says Jacob told him what the island is and nobody asks him to explain that comment? Who is the boy in the jungle? Where do they get their endless supply of flaming torches? So that’s what the whispers are, that’s not pleasant. What about Michael telling Ana-Lucia that he’s sorry? When Fake Locke tossed Desmond down the obviously styrofoam well do they seriously expect us to believe Desmond is dead?

Best Lines:
“What’s she like?”
“Willing to meet you.”

“You talk to wood now?”

“Give me a bucket. Family size.”

“The island was done with her. Makes me wonder what’s going to happen when it’s done with us.”

“That happen a lot? Dead people yelling at you?”

“Are you trying to get us killed?”

“I saw that thing in action man, it doesn’t want to talk.”

“This is me trusting you.”

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