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Readers speak out on latest ‘Lost’

Ana-Lucia, Sawyer, and Charlie aren’t making many friends
LOST - \"The Long Con\" - Survivors fear that \"The Others\" may have returned when Sun is injured during a failed kidnapping attempt. Meanwhile, Sawyer is an amused but highly interested bystander when tension escalates between Jack, Locke, Kate and Ana Lucia, on \"Lost,\" WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8 (9:00-10:02 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/MARIO PEREZ) YUNJIN KIM, DANIEL DAE KIMMario Perez / © 2006 ABC, Inc.
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"Lost" threw quite a few viewers for a loop with its latest episode, which featured familiar characters perhaps proving that they cannot be trusted.

Here are some of your comments.

UNREFORMED SAWYER“There’s no trusting Sawyer in spite of his incredible hunkiness. I was hoping that the bad boy had reformed just a tad.”    --TJ

ANA-LUCIA AN OTHER?“Ana-Lucia is one of the “others” who has infiltrated the survivors.”    --Anonymous

REDRUM! REDRUM!“Wasn’t the music Sayid and Hurley picked up on the radio the same music from “The Shining” when Jack Torrance finally flipped his lid?”    --Heidi

KILL OFF ANA“Really disliked Ana-Lucia’s character - would like to see her go next if someone else gets “knocked off”. In spite of Sawyer’s transgressions - he is my favorite and most interesting character.”    --Leslie

WHO IS THIS?“As far as the shortwave, we will be hearing Mike’s voice on it soon.”    --Anonymous

LOCKED UP“I am honestly tired of Locke he seems to be this person who says he isn’t judging anyone and yet look at how he handled the whole Claire and Charlie situation. I understand he used to be in a wheelchair and he has a new lease on life but who made him judge and jury. He uses information he collects against the same people he wants to take care of. He has a severe problem with authority.”    --Lina

NO HOPE“I don’t think anything is going to happen with the shortwave radio, cause they can’t be saved, what would they call the show then, ‘Fine’?”    --Yvette

SAWYER AND CHARLIE“In a weird sort of way, Sawyer decided to take some of the “hate & resentment” heat off Charlie......He felt sorry for Charlie and figured he could take the heat better than Charlie, after all he is used to having people despise him - he can take it and survive - Charlie can’t - and so in a twisted way, now everyone’s attention is off Charlie and on Sawyer. And we all know what pressure may make Charlie do - just keep away from those statues, Charlie. Sawyer took the heat off Cassidy by double elimination, and in turn probably saved her life and made her get back on the straight and narrow path. Sawyer’s mind works in mysterious ways, but he is as soft hearted as they come, in a brutal sort of way.”    --Sandra

HANG 'EM HIGH“My father noticed that in the scene in the hatch, during which Locke is organizing the book shelf, he pulls down a book “Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge”...this book is the story of a man who gets hanged off that bridge, but the rope breaks and he falls in to the water below, escapes and begins a journey home. Throughout the journey, he starts to feel pain in his neck which worsens along the the end of his journey it is revealed that he did in fact die from the hanging and the whole “journey” is what he imagined in the brief seconds between the rope dropping and his neck breaking/death. Looks like the writers wants us to question (1) are the characters dead and if so, is this whole deal someone’s last dying vision?”    --K

THE BAD TWIN“Other discussions of the show noted something interesting regarding “The Bad Twin” manuscript by Gary Troup. The letters in his name can be re-arranged to spell “purgatory.” Just coincidence or an anagram that means…”    --Gary