Lost: Everybody Loves Hugo
Detailed synopsis for tonight’s Hurley episode: Hurley gets his head stuck in a bucket of Dharma Ranch Dressing while Christopher Robin and Piglet go for help.
Ok. That doesn’t actually happen. To my knowledge. Here’s the actual episode description:
Hurley agonizes over what the group should do next, and Locke is curious about the new arrival to his camp.
Last week’s episode was awesome. I’m hoping for a solid string of good episodes as we lead up to the finale. In theory, Desmond should be in all of the next few episodes, getting Earth-X peeps to realize the parallel universe. If they ignore that for a week and we have to listen to fucking Hurley “Uh… dude” a whole bunch, and fill time I will be pissed. And now, a Lost LOLCAT:
See you after the episode!!!
- Call me a romantic but I like these people connecting realities by finding the people they love. Not so much of a fan with the connecting realities via hitting Locke with the car.
- Did anyone else LOL when Libby showed up with her absolutely ridiculous hair? She MUST be crazy, her hair is TOTALLY disheveled!
- Lostpedia tells me that on the island, Locke’s eyes are two different colors. Never noticed, is that true? How long has it been like that for?
- I really like Jack’s faith in Hurley.
- Although Lostpedia says that at the end of the episode that Smocke looked at Jack with “satisfaction” it felt more to me like Smocke was maybe seeing that Jack is the new Jacob (Jackob?), or will be. It was a knowing look, and Jack just had that big moment with Hurley about faith and letting go. I felt like Smocke was almost more like, “Oh interesting, Jacob’s back. I’ll have to kill him again.” We’ll see I guess.
- Did Harold “MY BOY!!” Perrineau get big veneers on his teeth in the afterlife? What the hell happened to him anyway? Did he eat it on the exploding ship?
- And what’s the deal with Walt? Why was he so special/psychic? I don’t think we’ll ever learn that.
- When Smocke pushed Desmond into the well I almost turned my TV off to move to the country and live the rest of my days as a simple farmer with no concerns over fictionalized characters.