I’ve been blogging about Lost since Season Two, and I’ve waited for five long seasons to use that as a title.
It’s fitting though, that here in Lost’s last season, in what’s hopefully the very last Kate-centric episode, that I would be frustrated with an episode centering around my least favorite Island castaway. Kate seemingly has nothing to do with the larger Island mythology. I can see no discernible reason why two otherwise likable characters would dispel all rational behavior in favor of acting like a bunch of idiots while fawning over her. And most importantly, she’s not that interesting.
So in the third episode of Lost’s final season, we wasted an episode on Kate. But we did get one big question answered: