Sawyer stands there, gun hanging down at his side, trying to collect himself.
Now he senses something — turns to see Kate watching him. SEES that she saw the whole thing — and in her face is an appreciation for what he just did. Except Sawyer DOESN’T WANT IT. He walks right back past her. Meets her eyes for only the briefest of moments to say —
It’s just a boar.
This was the first episode I ever saw of LOST. It was so stupid to me, a whole episode about boar chasing, that I resolved to never watch it. Fast forward a two seasons and I had this “all you can rent” pass at hollywood video and I pretty much at that point had watched everything worth watching in the store. I decided “what the hell” and got LOST and watched it from the beginning. We watched a disc or two a day, and managed to catch up right as season 3 went on its infamous “break”. I never saw the first part of season 3 until I bought the DVD (it was the first dvd season I bought, actually), and then started watching it live.
The beginning of my obsession with LOST was almost not to be due to boars.
Massive Nearby Spiral Galaxy NGC 2841
Image Credit: Hubble, Subaru; Composition & Copyright: Robert Gendler
Explanation: It is one of the more massive galaxies known. A mere 46 million light-years distant, spiral galaxy NGC 2841 can be found in the northern constellation ofUrsa Major. This sharp view of the gorgeous island universe shows off a striking yellow nucleus and galactic disk. Dust lanes, small, pink star-forming regions, and young blue star clusters are embedded in the patchy, tightly wound spiral arms. In contrast, many other spirals exhibit grand, sweeping arms with large star-forming regions. NGC 2841 has a diameter of over 150,000 light-years, even larger than our own Milky Way and captured by this composite image merging exposures from the orbiting 2.4-meterHubble Space Telescope and the ground-based 8.2-meter Subaru Telescope. X-ray images suggest that resulting winds and stellar explosions create plumes of hot gas extending into a halo around NGC 2841.
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