a Juliet trial episode would have been awesome. With this stuff as the B-plot and leave Sawyer/Kate/Karl out entirely.
The crappy thing is, many people LOVE to hate on this show. I'm watching it my second time through and i'm TRYING to find a level to enjoy this episode on. And I just can't. How can the brains behind so many amazing moments in tv over the past 2-3 years come up with this??? HUGE let down.
if I had to guess.
1. what happened with the tail section people and cindy?
answer: they are 'watching' .... that's it. just watching. don't know what that means. but they are not dead, as if any of the viewing audience actually thought that.
2. what do these others do?
answer: projects. 'like the nabbing the kid from the raft experiment' as sawyer said. again no mention as to why. that's not important. one word answers for the win!
3. what's going on with juliet?
answer: she may be killed. unless our heroes can snap into action.
then again as i was typing this, Alex was answering 3 questions from jack. but none seemed overly important. Maybe those were the questions.
i think the were sent to watch juliets trial...to see how they deal with disobedience
I should have known that after 2 good episodes that this one was going to suck. Poor writing, crappy flashbacks and there were no answers to "the 3 biggest questions" that they promised. I haven't been this mad since crappy episode 6. Not surprised though.
wasnt terriable, writing was very bad, had some moments, i usually like jack backs, but i think without John Terry it suffered. mainly pissed off at the markiting for saying 3 answers. 3 answers my @$$!!!
It's hard enough now that it's on at 10:00 EST, and I work in education (EARLY mornings for me). I won't DVR, as I've been a rabid fan for too long . . . this was indeed filler - all they have to do to please me is advance the plot a bit each week, and give me something to chew on. This week, I'm chewing on my own cud, because it indeed tastes like regurgitated dinner. Blech.