The end is near. But for Charles Widmore, the end came a week early. The question still remains, though: has Ben defected? MIB is obviously going to try and get him to kill the newly christened Island leader and his followers, but will Ben follow through? Look what he did to Richard! That timeline had three foci in this episode: Jack, Ben, and Desmond with some overlapping. In fact, he really must have gotten a full download of the other timeline, because he had all the right moves this week.
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What They Died For
Even with all that extra time to play with, that seems like an awful lot to squeeze into the finale. And you know why? Because a year and a half ago, I did a long interview with Lindelof before season five started, and after we finished, we got to talking about the show in more general terms, and I went on some long rant about my dislike of Jack. If he can pull a reversal like that on one of my least favorite TV characters of all time, explaining the sideways universe and bringing an end to the series in roughly minutes of story should be a piece of cake. Even with these two godlike figures manipulating their lives, sometimes as far back as childhood, our characters still have free will and agency, all the way to the finish line. Even in the midst of all the action and death and destruction, the episode still found time to pause for emotion: to show Hurley and Sawyer numb with grief as they stared out at the ocean, waiting for the additional survivors who would never come; to show real Ben grieving his Alex even as alt-Ben is overcome with joy to know how much he matters to his; to see Alt-Claire so content with the new family she never knew about; to see Kate demand an explanation from Jacob for why her friends had to suffer and die for his cause; etc. It gave our heroes a chance to confront the being who brought them there — essentially, to ask God why He allows suffering in the world — and it set up final confrontations in both universes, and it gave us a rampaging smoke monster flinging an immortal man into a tree. Facebook Twitter Flipboard uproxx. But if that was finally his time, I did at least like the Old West atmosphere of him walking out into the center of the ghost town that is New Otherton, the earth crunching under his boots. Sawyer took a backseat to Jack in this one, but Josh Holloway had that great moment on the beach where Sawyer is completely empty inside, and then Jack talks about finding Desmond and using him to fight Smokey, and those are the magic words Sawyer needed to hear to come back to life.
“What They Died For”
All opening up and stuff. So delightful. I expected this episode to be filled gloom, portent… mourning. But instead this was a very zippy hour. In fact, the episode was in such an all-fired hurry that it dispatched three characters quickly—Zoe and Widmore and Richard maybe —with no build-up and no follow-up. The episode also named the winning Candidate with minimal fuss. More on that later. So there you have it. The table has been set for the finale.
It was originally broadcast in the United States on May 18, One of the candidates replaces Jacob as the Island's protector and the The Man in Black's ultimate plan is revealed. On the beach, Jack prepares to stitch Kate's shoulder wound. Kate is pale and emotional.