O episódio de hoje promete
Tudo bem que metade é expectativa do público, mas liguem os pontos. Primeiro, Michael Emerson, o Ben, em entrevista à New York:
ABC is being quite coy about tonight’s Desmond-themed episode, “Happily Ever After.” Are we in for something special tonight?
Like many other episodes this season, it’s … it’s just a good reveal. The door creaks open a little bit further. Something in the mechanics of the narrative is going to make itself … we’re going to think about things differently — certainly about Desmond.
Aí entra o Doc Jensen, o mestre de Lost da Entertainment Weekly, citando pontos de comparação entre o episódio do Richard e esse do Desmond:
It seemed like Lost was begging a Richard-Desmond comparison. So it makes me wonder if we’re being set up for a story that will accentuate their differences. The more I think about “Ab Aeterno,” the more I wonder if what we got was the opposite of “The Constant.” In that classic episode, we got an example of Island magic facilitating a connection between lovers (Des and Pen) separated by time and space. Same deal in “Ab Aeterno.” Via Ghost Whisperer Hurley, Richard got to have a date with his dead wife, Isabella. But whereas the DesPen hook up was legit, I suspect Richabella’s spectral skyping was a Smokey-engineered con designed to manipulate Alpert to make his Force 10 From Navarone play on the Ajira plane on Hydra Island.
Hmmmm… E aí no mesmo post um leitor dele comenta:
I didn’t pick up on it at first, but someone pointed it out so I went back and listened a handful of times, and now I’m 99 percent certain that Keamy told Jin “I’m gonna strap you in here just in case you figure out what’s about to happen to your island.” What in the world could that mean!?
E aí, pra finalizar, vem o próprio Carlton Cuse, via Twitter:
Torçamos.Tags: carlton cuse, entertainment weekly, lost, new york (revista)