In the realm of Lost, as well as the rest of TV, I enjoy episodes that are either action or mythology-oriented. For the most part, I lose patience with episodes centered around emotions and relationships.
Even though I’d call tonight’s episode of Lost, Namaste, emotional, my reaction was different. I enjoyed it. It was a lot like a ‘set-up’ episode of 24, where characters and devices are introduced so the plot can shift into the next gear for the next episode. Even though that’s usually a recipe for a so-so episode, that didn’t happen tonight.
First of all, things started off pretty quickly.