Lost Season Three Premiere

Woohoo, Lost, the best show on TV today is back and with a great opener, which revealed more about the dreadful “Others.”

This first episode focused solely on Jack, Kate, and Sawyer, who in the last episode were taken captive by the Others in an exchange for Michael’s son, Walt. We probably won’t know what happened to Desmond, John, Eko, and Charlie down in the hatch, or anyone else, though the next episode looks to be really cool, with a rescue attempt.

One thing I’ll add. I’m really glad that no torture was used on any of the characters in this first episode. Too often, TV shows today are resorting to torturing their characters one way or another. I won’t see “24” because of this, and Alias started to turn me away because in episode after episode you had a torture scene. We don’t need to see that in our television, as entertainment. Please keep it that way, Mr. Abrams.


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3 Responses to Lost Season Three Premiere

  1. chellie says:

    I’m totally a fan… should be a good season!!

  2. carmen says:

    wasn’t it great to have new Lost shows? Though this one was just more questions and no answers. 🙂

  3. redhatmandan says:

    It is one of the infuriating things about this show, that so many questions are left unanswered. I hope the writers don’t get too bogged down in the mysteries, and confuse their viewers too much.

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