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LOST: The Hatch (What Lies Beneath) - SPOILER WARNING!
Saturday, October 22, 2005

Okay. Once again I am warning you. Below are a bunch of episode recaps from the second season of LOST.

If you haven't seen this show yet and want to know the backstory first, watch it on Studio 23. First episode was finally shown last November 7. Enjoy. =)

Now for those who want to wait to see the start of the second season on AXN, turn away! Turn away now!

And for the on!

The million dollar question on the minds of every LOST fanatic...

What is in The Hatch?

Let's see, a studio type apartment with all the basic necessities a man needs. Food, shelter, clothing, creepy turntable music from our parents' time, a super computer that prevents the world from ending and a guy named Desmond. Yep, just your average daily needs.

So what's up with Jack, Kate and the rest of the survivors, who were marooned on a weird island in a "Lord of the Flies" type of situation?

Jack, Kate and Locke were held hostage in the Hatch by Desmond, a guy whose sole purpose in life is to encode the cursed numbers 4-8-15-16-23-42 (by the way, I don't think these numbers work for the Philippine lottery) into a computer to "prevent the world from ending." Jack realizes that he knew Desmond from Los Angeles while he was practising medicine with his father. The tables then turn and they end up holding Desmond hostage until they find out what the hell he was doing in the island and about where they were. They they find out about "the Dharma Initiative" and they realize that they were all being held hostage by the island.

Shannon loses Vince (Walt's dog) and runs into the woods to find him. Sayid of course follows her and helps her out. They lose sight of one another for a while and Shannon sees Walt for some reason, who tells her to keep quiet. Walt promptly disappears when Sayid reappears leaving Shannon confused.

Charlie plays house with Claire and the new born "island-baby" (as dubbed by Hurley).

Michael & Sawyer (Yes he's alive!!! Bleeding with an open gunshot wound but alive!) are floating somewhere in the ocean on top of a piece of their blown up raft with sharks swimming around them (thanks to Sawyer's wound). Jin is nowhere to be found at this point. Sawyer swam to a another floating piece of their destroyed raft for a while after getting into a screaming match with Michael (so that's round # 2,876 for them) and then he swam back to Michael when his piece fell apart.

Claire, while walking along the beach, finds their messages in a bottle, which was sent along with the raft. She then gives it to Sun who probably assumed the worst has happened to her husband Jin and company.

Jin becomes a prisoner of (get this...) OTHER PLANE CRASH SURVIVORS, who washed up on a different island. Five of them, including Ana Lucia played by Michelle Rodriguez. Jin is later on joined by Michael and Sawyer whose raft piece floated to the said island. All 3 were imprisoned, well at first anyway. A lot of bickering going on between Sawyer and Ana Lucia, pretty fun to watch.

Hurley is put in charge of inventory, dividing and distributing the food they found in the Hatch. He and Charlie gets into a fight about peanut butter but of course, they kiss and make up in the end.

Minor characters, who were basically invisible during the first season, are finally being focused on this time. Rose helps out Hurley with the inventory. And later, we find out that Rose's husband, Bernard is actually alive and was with the other suvivors, who are currently with Sawyer and company.

Oh and by the way, did I mention that Sawyer is hooooooott (even when being held at gun point, by the way, Josh Holloway was recently robbed in his home in Hawaii, the culprit was later captured. Props to Hawaiin PD!)...

And I bet you're wondering what this is about.

And that's just the first four episodes.

Looks like another great, unpredictable season ahead. It's anyone's guess on who's gonna die next (so far, we got Boone down) and who's gonna survive.

And now, for the second year running, the 2006 Emmy Award for Best Drama Series goes to...

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posted by dyeni @ 7:25 AM  
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