Episode 1.07 | “The Moth”
We discover that Charlie’s sucky band “DriveShaft” is actually inspired by Oasis. Charlie’s brother is called Liam! Obvious much? Anyway, it should be noted that the amount of foreshadowing and parallelism that happen on one episode of Lost will resonate forever in the series.
Locke compares Charlie’s withdrawal to a moth struggling out of its cocoon which played out real well when Charlie was trying to save Jack from the cave-in. I liked how Locke made Charlie realize the gravity of his situation and Dominic Monaghan is believable as a junkie even though in my mind he’s still the cute little hobbit that he is.
Question of teh now: Who the fuck hit Sayid in the head?
Episode 1.06 | “House of the Rising Sun”
OH MY GOD, THE KOREAN CHICK SPEAKS ENGLISH! Shocker.
Meanwhile, Jack wants to live in a cave and Kate doesn’t want to be the Eve to his Adam. Boo-hoo. Factions are starting to appear since not everyone wants to stay at a cave—they’re still hopeful that someone will come to their rescue. Guess what, bitches? The show lasts for 6 seasons.
Locke learns that Charlie is addicted to drugs and trades his magical guitar for it. Locke might be crazy, but I love the dude. He’s the only sane person in that island, in my opinion. Anyway, we know more about Sun and that creepy Asian dude (seriously, he can’t speak English?) and I’m really sympathetic towards the doting wife. It’s totally Joy Luck Club but I guess its a given that Asians are loyal to their husbands. It’s the Asian thing to do.
Meanwhile, I heard that Yunjin Kim did a Stuff cover. HOT.
Episode 1.05 | “White Rabbit”
We know more about Jack and his daddy issues; the island is starting to run out of water and the pregnant chick needs her water; everybody is worried; Jack acts like he’s on drugs.
First of all, Matthew Fox is a horrible actor. I just might kill myself if he continues offending me with his bad acting. Then again there are the faces that Jack makes that are just really hilarious.
It’s obvious that he should be the leader of the group because he’s looks like the only one who has a degree. Also: He boarded the plane on a suit and tie. Classy as fuck, bruh. Kidding aside, there’s nothing really interesting about Matthew Fox nor Jack. He ends up discovering water so everything ends happy.