Holy Smokin’ Lost Monster

It’s baaacck.

We’re talking about the black smoke that smotes the bad guys and scares everyone else. Tonight, it chased down Kate and Juliet. Juliet says The Others don’t know what it is either, they just know that it can’t get past their super-shield fences.

What’s the flash? What’s the gear noise? How can black smoke be so stinkin’ loud?

Oh, and Sawyer’s a good guy who is about to be a papa – even though he doesn’t know it. Turns out the woman he conned and dumped is pregnant, and that she and Kate had a close encounter of the mom kind in the Before Crash world.

And Kate’s got second thoughts about boinking Sawyer now that she knows Jack and Others played peep show.

The interaction between Hurley and Sawyer always makes me smile. But I’m beginning to be so over Locke. We know that Locke is the key to the island. But does he have to be such a jerk about it?

What was that pious speech he gave to Kate about how he tried to tell them what a good person she was, but they had the rap sheet and aren’t quite as forgiving and forgetting about the past.

When are the Others going to get smoked?

And does anyone trust Juliet? I’m with Sayid about the trust factor.

2 Comments

  1. Will Smith said,

    April 17, 2007 at 4:59 pm

    Yes I want to see Ben get what he has coming to him and for once the Losties dish out some hurt in return for the tranq’s, hoods, pokes, prods and all the stuff the Others have done to them.

  2. Claire said,

    December 5, 2007 at 2:33 pm

    The monster noise is adressed in the walkabout episode with locke’s backstory. While not expressly mentioned the clicking noise the monster makes as it just passes through the
    jungle (Not when it’s trying to attack people or chasing anyone) sounds exactly like the calculator (you know the kind with the tape?) that locke uses when working at the box
    company.

    not totally sure its the episode about the walk about, but its the one where he’s on the
    phone with somebody and they’re pretending to be in the military? never really got that…