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"The Moth" - "You didn't hear about the polar bear?"
November 3rd, 2004
09:05 pm


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"The Moth"
"Lost" spoilers ahoy for those who haven‘t seen the episode.

Dom… as an innocent, God-fearing “choirboy”? Who is all shy and hesitant about confessing to having “relations”? Give me a break - just how young is he supposed to be?! And the outfit? Come on! And - “Oh, I’m in it for the music - I don’t want girls, sex, etc.!” Sure. Right. And this role was originally written for some 40-something rocker? I think they went too far the other way. I give this decision by the writers a thumbs down. *sigh* Even if Dom is adorable. *S*

What I DID like is the transition from talking to his brother to talking to Sawyer, since the first time I saw his brother I thought “Sawyer”! And Locke is being played very well.

“I’m a rock GOD!!!” *LOL*LOL*LOL*LOL*LOL*!!!!!!!!!!! Aw come on - bit heavy on the Catholic guilt are we? Making it HIS fault that the doc gets an avalanche on him? And then - look, Charley’s a hobbit - he’s small - he can save the doc! *G*

What, none of the would-be rescuers is pissed that they found another way out? *L* Love Hurley: “Dude, you rock!”.

(oh, and…. Moths do spin cocoons, but that was a chrysalis, not a cocoon. Sorry, folks. *deducts points*

Okay… I know what Charley’s going to do… toss or burn the drugs… Let’s see. Yep! And the whole island gets high from the fumes……! *L*!

I love Luna moths. *S* But I guess their real cocoon didn’t look sexy enough (looks like sewn together dead leaves).

There will be a repeat this Saturday!!!!!

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Date:November 4th, 2004 02:39 am (UTC)
Dom did an excellent job. Loved this episode. And now we know the cheesy song is Charlie's doing. Lots of "rock and roll" cliches, I thought.

When Charlie volunteered to go in the tunnel, I wonder how much was guilt and how much was a sort of deathwish, since he pointed out how everyone had someone and he had alienated his brother. Throw in the withdrawl and feeling useless, hey presto, no obvious reason to go on living.

And when he picked up the drugs in the dressing room and started crying, as if he'd finally given up resisting and accepted the inevitable....my heart went out to him.
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Date:November 4th, 2004 03:33 am (UTC)
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