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Lost Recap: Settling Into A Groove
The Left Behinders, led by Sawyer, wound up finding their place with the Dharma Initiative folks…at least until Sawyer reunited with some old friends
WHY ELIZABETH MITCHELL IS A GREAT ACTRESS (1977 Edition)
Her face after helping Amy give birth. The emotions that she brought to the forefront in that much-too-quick scene: just floored me. Her terror over possibly facilitating more Island-baby death broke my heart — and made my mind spin. Interesting how her thought process on that has evolved to a place where she blames herself for those infants, like she has some kind of Island curse. But Sawyer brought up a provocative idea: Maybe the Island’s anti-baby policy was inspired by an event that has not occurred yet. Provocative. Then again, that Dharma internist said they usually do all their baby deliveries on the mainland. My challenge to you: Give me a theory that makes Sawyer’s logic work. JeffJensenEW@aol.com is how to reach me directly…if you dare.Jeff Jensen

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LOST: LaFleur – review EW

‘Lost’ Recap: Settling Into A Groove
The Left Behinders, led by Sawyer, wind up finding their place with the Dharma Initiative folks…at least until they have their big reunion with some old friends
By Jeff Jensen

If Jack is the Man of Science, and if John Locke is the Man of Faith, then I nominate Sawyer as Man of Heart. To hell with it: Can we just say he’s the effin’ man?!’ Because in last night’s
Lost, he certainly was all that, plus a bag of Dharma chips. The kind of dude all the boys want to be; the kind of hunk that all the girls wanna get with — provided they’re cool with his new slightly shorn and less stubbled look. Stepping up as leader, savior, and super-cool boyfriend — and succeeding wildly at all three — Sawyer found himself born again in the Dharma Initiative past. He seemed perfectly at home, perfectly at ease, perfectly self-realized within the confines of the trippy-hippy Utopian commune. Making the ex-con the head of Dharma security? Genius. Coupling him with fertility doc-turned-motor pool mechanic Juliet? Totally worked for me. Kudos to Josh Holloway and Elizabeth Mitchell for selling us on the best romance Lost has ever given us.

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LOST: LaFleur – NJcom’s Review

Lost, “LaFleur”: That ’70s show
Wednesday March 04, 2009, 11:57 PM
Spoilers for tonight’s “Lost” coming up just as soon as I get my reel-to-reel going…

“James, are you sure you know what you’re doing?” -Juliet “Not yet. But I’ll figure something out.” -Sawyer

“LaFleur” wasn’t a mind-blowing episode of “Lost,” nor one where we can spend a lot of time picking over it for clues about the larger mythology. But boy, was it fun.

Having shown us Dan in the ’70s in the season premiere, and having shown Jin driving the magic bus and wearing a Dharma jumpsuit at the end of “316,” the writers didn’t have much of a surprise left in showing that the rest of Sawyer’s motley band also wound up hanging with Horace Goodpseed and company. But that’s fine, because the the storytelling model of the last few seasons means that every now and then we need a filling-in-the-blanks episode, and this was one of the more entertaining ones they’ve ever done. Sometimes it’s nice to have an hour of “Lost” that’s relatively straightforward (even with the frequent Three Years Later/Earlier jumps), that doesn’t require an advanced degree from the Dr. Sam Beckett Fan Correspondence School for Quantum Theory to make sense of, that’s simply about the pleasure of watching a great character like James Ford doing his thing — and, for that matter, the pleasure of watching Juliet Burke do her thing right beside him.

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LOST: LaFleur Press Release

Air Date: Wednesday, March 04, 2009 | Time Slot: 9:00 PM-10:02 PM EST on ABC | Episode Title: (#508) “LaFleur”

SAWYER CONCOCTS A LIE WITH SOME OF THE OTHER SURVIVORS, ON ABC’S “LOST”

“LaFleur” Sawyer perpetuates a lie with some of the other island survivors in order to protect themselves from mistakes of the past, on “Lost,” WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4 (9:00-10:02 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

Note: This program will repeat Wed., March 11 from 8:00-9:00 p.m., ET.

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