Asta 2

Did Anyone Else's Heart Stop for A Second?



OH MY GOD! I thought they did it! They Killed Charlie!! I'm largely unspoiled for the show, but I had read interviews with JJ in which he threatened to kill off a major character before year's end. So, when I saw Charlie hanging from that tree I immediately thought of many unflattering adjectives to accompany JJ's name. I can't recall the last time I've been this relieved. Oh, yeah, when Vaughn blew Lauren away. :p

In other news.....

Jack and Kate? ::yawns:: Individually I can handle them, but together borrr-iiiing.

Jack's dad was a real bastard. I'm at a bit of a loss why he feels so much guilt about turning him in. Me? I'd relish doing it. Then again, I'm evil. ;)

Any 'Galaxy Quest' fans? Boone's Red Shirt speech reminded me of Guy's in GQ. And someone finally called Kirk a bad captain!!! :-)

"My other dad, Brian" - Oooooooh, the plot thickens.

"Reject from VH1 has-beens." Hee! Is that anything like participants in the 'Surreal Life'?

Was it just me or do I sense Sawyer and Sayid becoming friends down the road (I'm also sensing some slash being written, but that's another discussion ;). The actors have a nice chemistry together and I'd like to see them talk more and torture each other less. Sawyer's even kept the home fires burning. ;p
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I can also see Sayid and Sawyer banding together at some point (no, not like that--outside of fanfic). They've both got a streak of ruthless pragmatism a mile wide.

Hee. Yes, I think they will discover that under this seething hatred they fester for each other that they have a lot in common. I think it would be interesting to see a *friendship* grow between them.

I literally grew up with my father pointing out to me what a lousy captain Kirk was. He makes the case that anybody who regularly loses his ship to a bunch of children should get booted from the Federation. It took me a while to realize that this is not, in fact, a prevailing view.

OK, please tell your father for me that he is a brilliant man. First, his growing Buffy devotion and now this. You are one lucky girl to have a father that 'gets it'. :)
Alas, he did not think too highly of the first few episodes of Farscape. I'm going to have to work on that. He's the reason I got into TNG and Babylon 5 back in the day, after all.
In fairness, the series does get off to a slow start. Rewatching the first five or six eps I realized I had nothing much to say about them. 'DNA Mad Scientist' should intrigue him, but 'A Human reaction' should get him hooked. If not, I take back what I said earlier. ;)