Tuesday, October 6

Three Minutes (S2, ep. 22)

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  1. I've been watching ahead a bit and, based on what happens, it looks like they wanted Hurley so that he could go back to the survivors and tell them what happened and to stay away. Maybe they felt Hurley was the most trustworthy or would take the longest to get back or something. They probably took Sawyer because they could use him as leverage with Kate, which they do a lot. Use Sawyer for Kate, use Kate for Jack. Seems smart.

  2. Thanks for the info, Jason. I've been going from memory on what's going to be happening and I could not for the life of me remember why Hurley and Sawyer were important.

    Since it's Kate, Jack and Sawyer that really seem to be the focus of Ben's machinations here I'd say that it reinforces the allusions to 'No Exit.' A trio, meant to observe, judge and influence each other, just as in Sartre's play.