- Claire (of all people) finally asked the question Locke should have asked
- Ben finally gives Locke (and us) some information
- I never get tired of Juliet
- “Rabbit again? This didn’t have a number on it, did it?” – Ben referring to his rabbit dinner.
What I Didn’t Like:
- Jack doesn’t only not ask enough questions, he accepts too many non-answers
- Now that we have flashforwards, flashbacks kinda pale in comparison
- I felt like we could have done without the entire Juliet/Jack portion of the episode
- Seeing Locke get played by Ben every episode, while fun, is starting to get wearisome.
What We Learned
- The Others have a therapist, Harper
- Goodwin is married to Harper
- Ben’s in love with Juliet, Juliet doesn’t really share the sentiment
- Harper knew Goodwin and Juliet were sleeping together and warned Juliet that Ben would angry
- That’s why Ben sent Goodwin with the Tallies
- Ben “owns” Juliet
- Being away from the Others has done wonders for Juliet’s bad hair
- The Tempest: electrical station that powers the island
- Charlotte and Daniel are horrible liars
- Charles Widmore is the man who sent the freighter to find the island!
- Goodwin was making a case for Ana Lucia to join the Others*
- How do the Others do that whisper-in-the-jungle and disappearing shit?
- Did they teach Juliet?
- How is Ben contacting The Others when he’s locked in the basement prison?
- Why is Ben “exactly where he wants to be?”
- How do Daniel and Charlotte have a map of the island and stations?
- Who is the “her” Harper says Juliet looks like?
- We know why Ben sent Goodwin away, what did Ethan do wrong?
- How many people does Ben have off the island?
- Who was filming Widmore?
- If they were trying to make the gas inert, why didn’t they tell Jack and crew instead of sneaking off and knocking Kate out?
- Would Ben really gas everyone on the island?
- Will Jack ever get laid on this island?
- Who is Ben’s man on the boat? (If it isn’t Michael, I’ll be surprised)
- Have Locke and Ben officially teamed up?
* Could be a lie by Ben to get into Juliet’s pants