I realized as I was watching Lost‘s “previously on” at the start of last night’s episode that I’ve been suffering from TV-PTSD–that’s Post Traumatic Stress Disorder brought on by something awful you’ve seen on TV that you actually and pathetically believe is real–the awful thing, of course, being Jin and Sun’s deaths in that sinking sub two weeks back.
Is anyone else still pissed that among Jin’s last words to Sun were “I won’t leave you” and then the final shot of them is their cold dead hands drifting away from–i.e. leaving–one another?
Did anyone else want Hurley or Jack to die instead, because they both fuckin’ bug?
Is anyone else worried about what’s going to happen to Ji Yeon, Jin and Sun’s baby daughter?
Like, is she going to an orphanage?
Or will Sun’s mean Hardass Asian Dad raise her?
Or, worse yet, will Katherine Heigl adopt her and raise her to become a Hollywood princess d-bag???
The show since has been as dead to me as Jin and Sun’s cold, parting hands, and in my grief, I wasn’t paying that much attention to last night’s penultimate episode, although this AMAZING Craigslist ad pretty much sums up what happened [UM, SPOILER ALERT]:
[via The Ack Attack]
Filed under: Adoption is the New Black, Daniel Dae Kim, Jacob, Ji Yeon, Jin and Sun Kwon, Jin Kwon, Jin-Soo Kwon, Katherine Heigl, Korean People On TV, Lost, One Hour Dramas, Our Boyfriend Daniel Dae Kim, Smoke Monster, Sun Hwa-Kwon, Sun Kwon, TV Couples, Yunjin Kim
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