Feb. 15th, 2016

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Leftovers got to iTunes. We watched the first three.



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Lindelof's not just doubling down on the Lost meta-commentary but pretty much foregrounding it with all this "story" dialogue. How far is he going with it? Is he suggesting he became a sort of guru, a charismatic promiser of a satisfying explanation/excuse for life down the road that enabled people to stay excited about their existence in the meantime but in the end was crucified because of not actually knowing anything but how needy people are? Or is he just saying the two are close enough that he gets it. I wonder why his cowriter is letting his own vision be hijacked by that. Though ... I mean, I totally would. Yeah, he's probably along for the ride. And to prevent Lindelof from Linding off the ending hahaha nahm-sayn?

I'm not sure that Liv Tyler raping someone in a van and then nearly burning him alive with gasoline and a lighter is the best metaphor for the seductiveness of depressive up-giving but I'm also not sure it isn't.

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