Category: Josh Holloway
As the island drama powers down, we picked our favorite hours — what are yours?
Juliet is a crafty Other, to be sure, but this episode tells us the story of how she ended up on the island, after a career in fertility research with her ex-husband (guest star Zeljko Ivanek) in Miami. It’s a sympathetic portrait, as we learn that she is as much a victim of Ben’s deceptions as anyone else. (Richard Alpert told her that she was applying for a job at a facility in Portland, Ore., hence the title of the episode.) On the island, Juliet’s loyalty to Ben is tested when she assists Jack in removing Ben’s spinal tumor. It’s revealed that Ben has agreed to let Juliet leave the island, after three years, if he survives the surgery.
There have been plenty of episodes that demonstrate why Sawyer is such a shifty opportunist, and also why he needs to atone for his past actions. But it’s “LaFleur” that shows the con man assuming one more pseudonym to become a good man when he assumes a prominent position of power within the 1970s-era Dharma Initiative. It’s also in this episode that we learn that James and Juliet have, in the absence of the Oceanic 6, made a love connection as pure and as beautiful as those hand-picked flowers he brings her. Just as things couldn’t appear more perfect, the members of the Oceanic 6 arrive on Ajira Flight 316, ready to wreck homes.
Source: TV GUIDE
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“The Incident” for finally showing us the bigger picture: the conflict between Jacob and the Man in Black. The scenes where Jacob visits the castaways in their pre-island lives are fantastic, especially the one with John Locke. (Jacob’s non-plussed look after Locke falls from the window is an added bonus.) Elizabeth Mitchell’s performance as the ill-fated Juliet is excellent, as is the the scene in which Bernard and Rose decide to just leave everything to work itself out. “It’s always something with you people.” (Honorable mention: “The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham” and “La Fleur,” based on the performances of Terry O’Quinn and Josh Holloway, respectively.)
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This is a great interview about her, Juliet, Suliet and Josh Holloway! Read it all! It’s just a bit spoilering, but no really if you know who is coming back. 🙂 She’s absolutely adorable. And oh I’ve loved Juliet since the first moment I saw her on screen and I agree with Elizabeth I don’t get how people couldn’t see she wasn’t bad.
Lost But Not Forgotten
Elizabeth Mitchell shares her thoughts on Lost, V, and kissing Josh Holloway
Lo, behold the power of pop culture.
Picture me, sitting on my couch in my living room in Edmonton chatting on the phone with a complete stranger (no, it doesn’t matter what either of us is wearing — fill that in for yourselves). My phone mate is sitting on her couch, in her living room on Bainbridge Island, Washington, and we’re chatting about our mutual friend, Juliet.
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Josh Holloway: “Juliet and Sawyer was the best. It was born out of such desperation and trials. They needed love and each other in their lives and so they found it.”
Michael Emerson: “Juliet and Sawyer. They had such great chemistry.”
Source: TV GUIDE – Thanks Nanda! :))))))))))
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It’s not really much, just a line said by Josh Holloway.
So, Juliet/Sawyer – happily ever after? Yes? – Ryan
Interpret Josh Holloway’s assessment of Sunday’s two-and-a-half hour series finale as you wish: “[It’s] un-freakin’-believable… Everything I hoped it would do, it did.”
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It mights contain spoilers, I haven’t finished to read it yet.
Elizabeth Mitchell is one of those actresses that has a way of drawing you in. On Lost, Juliet became such a beloved character that I would venture to say was probably just as popular as the Oceanic 6. She now plays Erica Evans on V, where she doubles as an FBI Agent and a leader of the 5th Column (the resistance movement against the Vs). Whatever the role she takes on, Elizabeth Mitchell is just brilliant. I recently had the chance to speak with her and we talked about the upcoming Erica/Anna showdown, the similarities and differences between Erica and Juliet and her favorite moments from filming Lost. (We even chatted a little bit about our golden retrievers!) And while she could share next to nothing about the way Lost ends, we talked about her time there and if she was happy with the way her story ended.
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It contains spoilers.
Elizabeth Mitchell Previews ‘V’s Future, Reflects on ‘Lost’ Loves
ABC’s ‘V‘ ramps up the drama, action and tension this Tuesday at 10/9c, as it kicks off the final two episodes of its freshman season. Can Erica and the resistance track down a gizmo that will expose the Visitors’ Achilles heel? Will venom be on the menu when Erica boards Anna’s ship for a get-to-know-you dinner? And how will the May 18 season-ender leave lizard jaws hanging? As the finales for both ‘V’ and ‘Lost‘ near, Elizabeth Mitchell previews what’s next for resistance fighter Erica as well as shares her take on the men in Juliet’s life.
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