Now I don't have to lie when people who stopped watching "Lost" seasons ago ask whether they're actually answering questions in the final season. (Not that I actually lie or care about that because I feel sorry for them that they're not still watching.) But one of the big things left unanswered, just got answered. Sort of. We never knew what happened to Claire. Watch Lost Online Was she alive? Dead? A ghost? At the end of "What Kate Does" she looked pretty alive, just with some seriously twiggy Rousseau hair. (Is she being possessed by the French woman?) Actually that just brings up a million more questions, but in a good way. "What Kate Does" wasn't a very mythology-heavy episode and that's actually a good sign. The answers and mythology are great, but it looks like they're still going to work in character development, too.
Everybody's acting a little bit differently lately -- not just in the timeline off-island where the plane landed safely, but also on the island. Kate, for example, finally, finally showed off some of the fancy ninja skills she possesses off the island, but seems to lose the minute she steps foot on the island. Instead of having to march along with the two newbie Others, Aldo and Justin, she actually outsmarts them, hits them, and escapes with Jin. Something has changed in her on-island. She's no less emotional, but she's more ruthless.
Having her explain better to Sawyer why she came back to the island -- to reunite Claire and Aaron -- explained more about Kate. It showed why she was willing to leave behind Aaron and come back to the island and her new determinism now that, as far as they know, blowing up Jughead didn't work and they haven't changed anything. That was what made the other storyline so cool because Kate actually did manage to reunite Aaron and Claire in the other timeline. (And Ethan was her doctor!) And that worries me...
Because the big theory going around is that the other timeline is actually the end of the season. That the Lostees do something else on the island that sends them back before they crashed, and those other scenes are just how things will go forward from then on. Lost Season 6 Like how in Season 4 they started showing us flashes from the future when the Oceanic 6 got off the island, except we didn't know it was the future until Jack screamed the infamous, "We have to go back." This theory makes a lot of sense, and eliminates the weirdness of having two parallel worlds. The reason I don't like it is that it would mean we kind of know how things will turn out and they're giving us the dessert early. So I kind of hope that's wrong even though that's the most sensible conclusion and not a bad one.
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