Every time I rewatch Lost, I start out hating Ana Lucia. She's such a jerk, she is dangerously crazy and crazily dangerous, and she shot Shannon without waiting for her to show herself - something she was trained not to do as a cop.
However, by the time she goes on the balloon-finding mission, where Charlie acts like a bratty 3-year-old, I'm more sympathetic to her.
No Des and Penny?
She must have got a psychiatry degree, because by the time Kate has returned home from the island (the first time), Cassidy is suddenly able to pinpoint the behavior and motivations of the guy who duped and conned her a few years ago.
Can you be more specific? What was Hurley doing with the coconut? What is the Tom Hanks movie you mentioned?
Not the results I would have expected so far. I really like the fourth, but I think season one was the best written and plotted season overall.
No necessarily an error. Locke learned from the video that the computer can only be used for inputting the numbers. Maybe he assumed you CAN'T enter anything at other times when the video meant you SHOULDN'T. Locke has a tendency to believe whatever he hears.
Alternatively, the Others maybe have some kind of control over the computer and allow Michael to use the computer for their own purposes.
@Tashalo, Jack and Kate had great chemistry, but then Evangeline Lilly has chemistry with everyone. Unfortunately the writers decided to write the super-lame love triangle.
Another vote for the Swan.
Since the show has been finished for almost ten years now (!!!!), this site isn't very active. It doesn't even seem like the admins come by here any more. I sometimes come back when I want to check something, and sometimes I'll do a little browsing, but it's not like the good old days when the show was airing and we were all posting blogs about theories and whatever just happened.
Lots of favorite characters, but just want to point out, Kate as a character could have been really annoying if it wasn't for Evangeline Lilly's amazing performance. I like the character because of her and in spite of the writing.