Props to Sayid's character though. He has to be one of my favorites, and I'm glad they focused on him this episode. Of course most of the characters in Lost are complex, but having an Iraqi of the former Republican guard deal with getting off the island (via flash backs) adds to his stern nature. Don't Eff with Sayid. But then you get to the cliff hanger and, not to spoil anything, but you have to wonder how evil (or Not) is the guy that Sayid works for.
Hooray for the writers coming back. Supposedly, they're going to pop out 5 more episodes to make the total season four episodes reach a mini-season of 13 episodes. Whatever. It's not the 16 episodes originally plan, but hopefully the things that get cut out are just fillers.
In Heroes news, volume 3, which was supposed to be the second half of this season, will be returning this fall instead of this spring. Surprisingly, I am not upset about it. I'm still pretty bummed by volume 2. I feel like they should just kill off annoying cry babies like Claire.
Pushing Daisies won't be back this Spring, but at least it's been picked up for this Fall. I guess fans can consider this season like mini-pies that Chuck, I believe, mentioned on the show. I don't know what's sweeter, the show, pies, or Charlotte. The DVD set, which will be smaller than a full season, should at least come with a free pie.
Ciao for now.