Editor’s Note: The following recap and video discussion include advanced plot details from the second episode of Lost, season 6. We HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you watch the episode before reading or watching any further.

We’re back for another recap of “Lost,” and tonight’s episode features the return of Landon Palmer to the club alongside David Gunn and Emily Younger to discuss the ins and out of the most straightforward show on TV.

Last night’s episode of “Lost” seemed mediocre only because it didn’t present any major What The? Moments or answer any huge questions. It was a character look at Sun and Jin, and a great first step toward them being reunited.

It wasn’t the best episode of the season, no. It didn’t quite have the momentum others have, and part of that comes from not answering any questions, but it still has an incredibly hot (sweetly flirtatious) moment between two of our favorite characters.

Beyond Sun and Jin, we’re really only left wondering what Desmond’s role is going to be and why he’s being kept under lock and key, brother.

Plus, we posit how to mash-up “Arrested Development” with “Lost.” See for yourself below.


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