Lost 6 Seasons 2007

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Season 3
(581) IMDb 8.5/10

17. Catch-22 TV-14 CC

Desmond's latest vision suggests that Penny will land on the island.

Starring:
Naveen Andrews, Henry Ian Cusick
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
April 18, 2007

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Catch-22

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Season 3

Customer Reviews

Can't wait for Season 4 to start!
Carol Roberts
I can't get enough of lost, it just keeps you guessing and wondering what's going to happen next after every episode!
tifani greenwood
The quality of the picture and sound is definitely above what you get on an HD broadcast.
Obadiah Haybin

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Warning! Major spoiler alert!

I believe that Season Three of LOST is one of those seasons of a show that will have a significant impact on the dynamics of television quite apart from the merits or demerits of the season itself. This is mainly due to various tensions the networks have had in broadcasting serial dramas. Season Two of LOST provoked vast viewer anger over the seemingly endless repeats. All season long they would give us four or five new episodes, only to do three or four repeats. No one knew sometimes if they would be tuning into a repeat or a new episode. To counter this, ABC made the decision to broadcast six episodes in the fall to be followed by sixteen episodes shown without interruption beginning in January. Unfortunately, the six episodes they showed in the fall were almost universally perceived as the weakest group of episodes in the show's run. The results of all this I think will be threefold:

1. In the future, I think the trend with popular serial dramas will be to broadcast shows in uninterrupted hunks. We had already seen this happening with 24. I think after the Season Three debacle with LOST, which saw the show lose a huge number of viewers during its break, this will become far more commonplace.

2. The general perception of the first six episodes of the season was that they dawdled too much, provided too little plot development, and simply didn't advance the narrative sufficiently. Shows tend to learn from the mistakes and failures of other series.
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33 of 40 people found the following review helpful By SUZANNE D'AMATO on April 29, 2007
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(This review is being entered after watching until episode 18 out of 23)

The third season of Lost introduces brand new amazing characters and great surprising flashbacks. Previous story lines are covered with exciting revelations and the entwining series of events leads to new astonishing connections eventually raising new questions to other mysteries. Some readers will find themselves sympathetic with whom they thought were bad people, while others will reconsider their opinion about some original character. Episodes of the 3rd season delight us with a new locations, new vehicles and new super-powers leading to an incredible number of twists and turns completely unprectitable.

Below is the episode-centric list

01 - A Tale of Two Cities (Jack)

02 - Further Instructions (John)

03 - The Glass Ballerina (Sun)

04 - Every Man for Himself (Sawyer)

05 - The Cost of Living (Eko)

06 - I Do (Kate)

07 - Not in Portland (Juliet)

08 - Flashes Before Your Eyes (Desmond)

09 - Stranger in a Strange Land (Jack)

10 - Tricia Tanaka is Dead (Hurley)

11 - Enter 77 (Sayid)

12 - Par Avion (Claire)

13 - The Man from Tallahassee (John)

14 - Expose' (Nikki & Paulo)

15 - Left Behind (Kate)

16 - One of Us (Juliet)

17 - Catch-22 (Desmond)

18 - D.O.C (Sun & Jin)

19 - The Brig (John)

20 - The Man Behind the Curtain (Ben)

21 - Greatest Hits (Charlie)

22 & 23 Finale - Through the Looking Glass (Jack)
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32 of 40 people found the following review helpful By B. Smith on August 11, 2007
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With a show like Lost where there are so many vivid colors and beautiful beaches (not to mention women) it needs to be in high-def to fully appreciate it! Thank you disney for stepping up and releasing it on Blu-ray, I just pre-ordered it. I had the enjoyment of watching season 3 of Lost in HD and let me tell you it rocked my socks! sadly I don't own a tivo so I only got to watch it once when it aired on HD. I'm looking forward to finding out what exclusives with be on the Blu-ray version because I read they are putting extra things that won't be on the DVD version. And of course I am drooling at the thought of season 1 and 2 on Blu-ray in the near future! but for now December 11th can't come soon enough!
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22 of 27 people found the following review helpful By H. Heavens on August 28, 2007
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Let me just start by saying i have never liked movies about being stranded on an island. Blue Lagoon, Castaway etc etc, i avoid those movies like the plague, why? Lets just say growing up in Chicago i have become used to urban enviroments and movies in general with a lot of stuff going on. How much can possibly go on when stranded on an island, fish? Swim away from sharks? Building a fire? Don't get me wrong, i like character development as much as the next person (never seen a lord of the flies movie but i read the book and did enjoy it, but thats the only stranded scenario i have ever gotten into) but i just couldnt buy the old grass huts and spear fishing cliche over and over again.

So what made me start watching Lost, i hate to say that into the third season i saw a commerical with Evangeline Lily in it and thought to myself, a show with a girl that fine in it has to be at least decent, if anything maybe i could catch some rainy scenes with her in it. So i downloaded the season premiere of season 3, a tale of 2 cities. When i saw the airplane going down after the others (didnt know at the time) came out of their houses i was just blowned away. For one, i thought it was just about a deserted island, instead i get people walking out a neigborhood that looks like surburbia in any ol city. So i thought to myself after watching the episode only one thing....."I have to get the first 2 seasons Now".

Now after being completely won over by the cast of lost for 2 seasons i jumped right back where i left off, the second episode of the 3rd season. Now i heard many reviews about how weak the first 6 episodes are. While it was nothing compared to the second half of the season, it was just basically giving a little insight into who the others really were.
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