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Well, finally. The story of Jin and Sun.
In the ATL, Jin and Sun are unmarried. That whole “button up” routine was an act. In fact, papa isn’t even aware that there is a relationship between the two. Or so they thought. Turns out this whole “trip” was designed by dear Dad as a way to off Jin. This is how/why Jin ended up in the restaurant’s walk-in-freezer at the hands of Keamy, as we saw in “Sundown”. It’s funny how this show makes you look at the same situation so much differently once you’ve gotten a little more information. Having the stack of cash detained at the airport was actually a blessing for Jin. That was his blood money.
Did Sun notice something different about herself in the mirror at the hotel, like with Jack?
We found that Jin escaped, but sadly Sun was caught in the crossfire, while pregnant. I knew from the beginning that this was the secret she was trying to tell Jin back at the hotel. I hope she’s alright. The producers really left us hangin’.
Always the victim, Jin was captured in island time, too. He’s back in that horrid Room 23 – the subliminal messaging room created by the Dharma peeps. Jin is there at the hands of Widmore’s people. It was very touching to see Jin get a look at his daughter for the very first time. Yes, I cried – who wants to know?
Did you catch when Smoke said to Claire: “Whatever happens, happens.” Giving Claire the nod to do whatever she wants with Kate once he’s done using her to bid farewell to the final three candidates. Pure. Evil. Smoke can’t kill the candidates, but I guess there’s nothing in the rule book about sending them leaving on a jet plane.
I was disappointed that we didn’t see a reunion between Jin and Sun on the island. Really bummed. But holy mother, Desmond is back!
Best quote of the night: “I don’t think she wants to go.” – Hurley, after Sun’s rant in Korean.