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Yeah, another "Lost" post

Posted by Robin Abrahams  February 14, 2008 03:30 PM

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... so sue me.

Who do you think is going to beat up Ben tonight? Jack, Sawyer, and Rousseau have all had a chance at him. Let's face it, the producers of that show give us very little to rely upon--plot threads with no closure, an increasing number of mysteries, you can't even tell anymore if you're watching flashbacks or flash-forwards--Ben getting a beatdown is about the only form of continuity the show has left. Who do you think will deliver one tonight?

A. Jin
B. Hurley
C. Rose
D. Claire

I'm kind of hoping for Claire, myself. She never gets to do anything except schlep Aaron around and mourn Charlie and work the Aussie accent. Wouldn't you love to hear, "Raose, haold moy bay-bee, Oy've got ta gao smeck up Ben."

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