“I love my strong women.
They are my favorites.
And they are all strong in different ways.
So as long as I can keep doing that, I’m satisfied.”
– Elizabeth Mitchell
Happy International Women’s Day!
So grateful for all the amazing women she gave life to, but mostly grateful to the incredible woman Elizabeth is!
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A fan, Xavianne Gomez, asked Rebecca (during Dutch Comic Con 2018) how it was working with Liz and this is what she answered:
They didn’t get the chance to work together on OUAT, but Rebecca always has the nicest words for her.
And they are so true… Elizabeth is very and pleasantly motherly, the kindest person you can possibly have in your life and impossible to forget how beautifully she took care of you even if it’s been so long since you spent time with her. And she is so full of energy and the sweetest woman ever!
We also loved Bex said their relationship is similar to the one with Lana (Parrilla) since those two always seem so close. It’s lovely to see she kept such a great memory of the time with Liz. Well… honestly how can you not?! 😀 <3
Thanks so much Xavianne for sending this.
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This is from a Soap Opera Digest’s article about Lost cast who also worked on soap operas.
ELIZABETH MITCELL | From 1994-1995 she was LOVING‘s Dinah Lee Mayberry, who married Curtis, her ex-lover’s son. She won Lost fans’ hearts (and, ultimately, Sawyer’s) as doomed fertility doc Juliet Burke from 2006-10.
When Liz started playing Dinah Lee she was divorced from Curtis and had a relationship with Trucker.
Beside that, it’s pretty accurate especially about winning Lost fans’ hearts. 😀
We found the scan on this blog.
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///We noticed that someone at AV Club was rewatching Lost and posted some reviews about the show. We’re going to post here all the parts about Juliet and Elizabeth.///
This is the last review they posted. They didn’t write anything else for the other seasons.
[…]it’s easy to imagine “D.O.C.” as a potential Juliet episode given her central role, but it’s Sun’s perspective that is most crucial, and therefore frames the events accordingly.
Of course, now it’s a different kind of ticking time bomb. “D.O.C.” gives us our most concrete information yet about Juliet’s pregnancy research—nine women have died in her care, the Staff station existed as a hospice of sorts during their final days, and no woman has reached their third trimester. We also get confirmation of the island’s impact on sperm count, offering scientific—albeit magically-enhanced—evidence to support Jin’s claim to the baby. And yet the Juliet side of the story struggles a bit on rewatch, as her actions are very consciously framed as suspicious. Why did she need to put her hand over Sun’s mouth and kidnap her in the middle of the night? Why did she need to be so opaque as to where they were going? Why did the Staff station still have to be so murdery with the flickering lights? All of it is there to make us think that Juliet is leading Sun into a trap, which you know is wrong if you’ve already seen the show and remember what happens from this point on. The episode itself even works against this, with Juliet’s “I hate you” after finishing her tape-recorded message to Ben reinforcing that she still resents him and is still closer to a hero and a villain. But it’s tough to put yourself back in the moment with the Juliet character’s uncertainty as compared to another step in Sun’s emotional journey.
Well it’s easy to answer to those questions. Obviously it was done that way because the viewers needed to be suspicious about Juliet, but that it doesn’t mean it didn’t have also a diegetic meaning: Juliet basically needed to kidnap Sun in the middle of the night because of course she had to leave a report for Ben and didn’t want anybody else around to do that.
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