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Author Archives: Oh Amanda
Beware, losties. Spoilers begin immediately… I think I’ve been saying it all along—this season has been about bringing everything and everyone full circle. It started off with the little asides and hat tips to The Island in Sideways Land. And … Continue reading
Can I be honest with you? I’m ready for the finale of Lost. So ready. I loved last night’s episode but I felt like it was just the PS to last week’s episode and the epilogue to our finale. Yeah, … Continue reading
Does anyone remember the final episode of last season’s finale? Yeah, it was the Jacob flashback. The first time we got to see Jacob and the first time we even knew of the Man in Black’s existence. When the two … Continue reading
Oh, Losties. I’m sorry my post is a little late in getting up today. Last night’s episode completely hog-tied me. Hog-tied? Hornswaggled. Gobsmacked. I don’t know. I felt like I was in a giant tractor trailer truck and it was … Continue reading