Lost – Season 4 – Episode 12 – There’s No Place Like Home Part 1

19 05 2008

(I have questions that shares with Lostpedia.)

OK sa alright itong episode na ito. More than two thumbs up. Cool. Nice A-S-S-tig. Galing.

For me, this episode must be the one to be submitted to the Emmy Awards people to be considered as Best Outstanding Drama Series.

There is no flashforward for the the character of Kate.

As of this episode, I have these question/s

Why does Daniel want to leave the Island with Charlotte?
What is the plan of Ben?
Why no one welcomed Sayid and Kate?
What happened to the policeman who married Kate?
How did the parents of Sun and Hurley and Jack’s mother that they are the one who going home?

On the Island

What is Ben’s plan?
Whom was Ben communicating to with the mirror and what did he say?
Why were the Others wearing their “disguises”?
How did Daniel know about the “Secondary Protocol”?

On the freighter

Who planted the explosives and why?
What is the trigger for their detonation?
What is causing the interference on the freighter’s fathometer?

After the rescue

Why didn’t Sam Austen come to see Kate?
Given Kate is a fugitive wanted by the U.S. Marshals, why were federal agents not present to arrest her upon her arrival at Hawaii?
What plans, if any, does Sun have for her father’s company?
Who was the second of the two people Sun claims is responsible for Jin’s death?
What kind of settlement did Sun receive from the airline that she is able to purchase enough of Paik Industries to now control the company?
How did Carole Littleton recover from her coma?


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