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  • Horace Goodspeed's character, hinted at in previous episodes, is finally expounded upon here (not to ruin anything, his first scene here is one of the best introductions for any character on Lost, except maybe for tha manic insanity of Desmond), and we begin to see hints of the relationship between the Dharma Initiative and the Others as well

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      This episode of Lost, which originally aired on March 4, 2009, is another step forward in advancing the plot of the series towards next year’s final season. After four years of teasing viewers with tiny snippets of information, J.

      J Abrams finally begins to reveal the secrets that have eluded us for the past five seasons.

      Picking up after last weeks phenomenal episode “The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham,” LaFleur focuses primarily on Sawyer, Juliet, and establishes just what happened


      to them in the past three years spent on the island waiting for the return of both John Locke and the Oceanic 6.

      Sawyer, now known as Lafleur, is the head of security for the Dharma Initiative, transplanted thirty years backwards in time along with Juliet, Miles, Daniel, and Jin.

      It is revealed that, at least according to him, he has gotten over Kate, and now is in the middle of a relationship with Juliet.

      Horace Goodspeed’s character, hinted at ...


      • in previous episodes, is finally expounded upon here (not to ruin anything, his first scene here is one of the best introductions for any character on Lost, except maybe for tha manic insanity of Desmond), and we begin to see hints of the relationship between the Dharma Initiative and the Others as well.

        Richard Alpert, the seemingly ageless ambassador for the Others, makes another appearance in this episode, which is always a treat to watch.

        Like all episodes of Lost,

        however, the greatest moments come at the end of the episode, and LaFleur doesn’t disappoint: after three years on the Island, Sawyer is reunited once more with Jack, Kate, and Sawyer, half of the fabled Oceanic 6.

        Overall, this episode is a fast paced, welcome change from the slow, laborious revelations that have come so fleetingly in the past seasons.

        Of course, it could have used more Desmond and Faraday,but that’s just because those two are my absolute favorite characters on the show.




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