|2||Purdue||Michigan State||Kansas State||Duke|
|3||West Virginia||Georgetown||Wisconsin||Ohio State|
|4||New Mexico||Wake Forest||Gonzaga||Texas|
|11||Florida||Florida State||South Florida||UTEP|
|12||Saint Mary’s||Cornell||UAB||Old Dominion|
|13||Utah State||Northeastern||Charleston||Murray State|
|14||Kent State||Coastal Carolina||Oakland||Sam Houston State|
|15||Belmont||Weber State||Pacific||Morgan State|
|16||Arkansas State v. Jackson State||Lehigh||Vermont||Robert Morris|
Archive for February 17th, 2010
It’s time for another installment of “Getting Lost,” where John S takes you through all the salient questions from last night’s episode of Lost:
Hey! A Locke episode! Yeah, after an episode that left him out completely, we get an episode totally centered on John Locke, who I’ve already called the show’s most important character.
And were you super thrilled with this episode? It was a pretty good, wasn’t it?
Well, it still had those dumb alternate timeline storylines… Well, here’s the thing with those. People have complained that the 2004 stories are pointless, or a distraction from the on-Island stories that people care about. There is definitely some validity to that when we have to watch a whole episode of Kate trying to run away from US Marshal Edward Mars again. But this episode worked the John Locke storyline in pretty seamlessly, in a way that actually added to the on-Island story. Continue reading