The Tail Section: Excellent site for still frame photos of key scenes, along with some good analysis. But… beware of spoilers!
Sledgeweb’s Lost… Stuff: Pretty good site, but again beware of spoilers. I use it mainly for the Timeline section, which is an incredibly detailed breakdown of “how long since…?” for almost anything you can think of (pre- and post-plane crash).
Door Map from Episode 2.17. A nicely cleaned up version of the diagram Locke saw while pinned under the lockdown doors. No spoilers.
Lostpedia: The wikipedia of Lost information. Quite a comprehensive site, but beware of spoilers!
ThEmIsFiTiShErE: The Misfit offers his whacky commentary on “Lost”. Is he a nut-case or a clever insider? Careful, though, possible spoilers.
Desmond was looking for Faraday’s mother and went to Widmore, who told him she’s in LA. He and Penny agree to go to LA despite Widmore’s warning to go back into hiding. The LA address is the church with the Lamp Post Station under it. He lectures Faraday’s mom, Eloise, about wasting his life, and walks out. The next day, Ben shoots him at the marina, but Desmond tosses Ben overboard. Desmond goes to the hospital and promises never to leave Penny again.
I don’t get the skepticism about the title - it seems straightforward enough. I look forward to seeing all the plot threads resolved tonight, the characters going on to live happy lives, and the remainder of the season produced as a sitcom set in the LA metro area.
Glad it’s a Desmond episode…one of my favorite characters. I’m hoping this episode ends with an actual answer about how and why he’s there though. I feel like it’s too late in the series to be opening up more questions.
Juliet would be the forensics expert they always go to for CSI-type stuff, and of course there’d be lots of innuendo/sexual tension between her and Sawyer. Followed by sarcastic comments from Miles, of course.
Kate would guest star in an episode as the murderer – but one who gains sympathy from Sawyer because her victim was a total SOB who deserved it. Miles, of course, would not fall for her shenanigans. At the end, Sawyer would figure out a way to let her escape. Miles and Locke would suspect he was responsible, but have no way to prove it, so they drop the investigation. At least until next season, when Kate turns up yet again, under unexpected circumstances. Uh-oh!