Oh, Losties. Did we get a good one last night, or what?! I have to start with an introductory paragraph about…well, me. During the entire show, every time something big would happen I’d say, “How in the world am I going to recap this?” I must have said it ten times. I have to admit it’s a little daunting. This was an episode chock-full of murky Lost goodness. I doubt I’ll be able to get ever detail and little tidbit the writer’s threw in but that’s never stopped me before. Let’s see what we can do…
I should have known after two very full episodes (Kate’s Eggtown and Desmond’s The Constant) we wouldn’t be getting very much from this episode. It’s hard for me to get excited about Juliet but I think they are really trying to show she’s likable and make us feel bad for her. I always felt Juliet was the “other woman” anyway, among my tight ensemble cast of Losties, but this episode shows us anther part of her Other-ness.
Let’s start with Juliet since we’re already there, shall we?
The scene opens with Juliet discussing her arrival (to where?) with a therapist. I think they were trying to trick us to thinking that she was one of the Six. But I knew better, this was an honest to goodness flashback to when Juliet first arrived on the Island.