LOST Rewatch: Collision (aka. Old Habits)

This episode focuses in flashbacks of Ana-Lucia’s life, as a police officer who is currently off work because of something that happened. The “old habits” part of the title is immediately seen as Ana holds everyone at gunpoint, after she shoots Shannon and then Sayid charges her with a gun. She has Sayid tied up. [Read More...]

LOST Rewatch: The Other 48 Days

This was possibly the first complete episode of LOST that I ever saw, as I started watching in the second season. It takes us through the story of the tailies as they find themselves on a beach, elsewhere on the island. Early in this episode, we have our eye drawn at one point to a [Read More...]

LOST Rewatch: Abandoned

Shannon sees Walt again, once more dripping with water, and he speaks backwards. Sayid thinks she was dreaming. Shannon tries to get Vincent to lead her to Walt, but instead he takes her to Boone’s grave. Claire mentions the possibility that Charlie is a religious freak, and when Locke says he doubts that, Claire tells [Read More...]

LOST Rewatch: And Found

This episode features a flashback in which Jin is talking with a friend who says he will find love this year, referring to the “destiny book,” a kind of source of astrological wisdom. Jin is skeptical, especially when the friend says that love will look “orange.” We see Sun with a man that matchmakers put [Read More...]

LOST Rewatch: Everybody Hates Hugo

The episode starts with a dream Hurley had in which he eats lots of food from the storeroom in the hatch, and Jin speaks to him in English while Hurley answers in Korean. Right after Hugo faints when the lottery numbers are announced, his mother talks about him needing to change his life. She says [Read More...]

LOST Rewatch: Adrift

This episode focuses on the survivors of the raft, as well as backing up and showing Locke’s first exploration down the hatch. When Desmond first sees Locke, he asks, “Are you him?” Locke answers, “Yes I am.” Desmond asks him, “What did one snowman say to the other snowman?” and then realizes Locke is not [Read More...]

LOST Rewatch: Man of Science, Man of Faith

The season 2 premiere of LOST is wonderfully mind-bending, and showed the kinds of surprising things LOST had in store, as it started blowing the lid (literally) off of the mysteries it had set before us. It starts with things we aren’t immediately able to understand. But eventually, we discover that the person we are [Read More...]

Assessing the Lost Gospel

Mark Goodacre has been sharing Richard Bauckham’s response to the claims made in the book The Lost Gospel in installments. Here are links to the posts in question: Part 1: The Chronicle of Pseudo-Zachariah Rhetor – Content and Context Part 2: Misinterpreting Ephrem Part 3: Misreading Joseph and Aseneth Part 4: Responding to Simcha’s Responses We [Read More...]

LOST Rewatch: Exodus Part 3

In the final part of the season finale, we catch our first proper glimpse of the smoke monster, followed soon after by an even better look, although we still have no idea what we are looking at. Jack, Kate, and Hurley run at the sound it makes, but Locke goes closer, and soon finds himself being [Read More...]

LOST Rewatch: Exodus Part 2

Part two of the season finale from the first season of LOST begins with a close-up of Aaron’s eye. Moving dynamite out of the Black Rock, Arzt detonates. Hurley blames himself, as bad luck. Kate reassures him that it was an accident. In a flashback, we see Jin confronted by someone who works for Mr. [Read More...]

Quote of the Day

“It’s not lost, it’s not a gospel, it’s a very naughty marketing campaign.” – Rev. Arun Arora, speaking about the claims in Simcha Jacobovici’s book The Lost Gospel. [Read more...]


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