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Re: favorite line of the week
« Reply #15 on: February 22, 2008, 08:06:38 PM »
Juliet: Maybe you should try a different number, say 911?

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Re: favorite line of the week
« Reply #16 on: February 23, 2008, 03:02:44 PM »
I would have, hell I would have called McDonalds just to ask if they had any new burgers!

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Re: favorite line of the week
« Reply #17 on: February 25, 2008, 03:25:08 PM »
Never mind what they were saying - I was too busy looking at Sawyer in his pants! (That's UK pants - not US pants/trousers)

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Re: favorite line of the week
« Reply #18 on: February 25, 2008, 11:20:39 PM »
Scooby Doo - BEST.

Sawyer "At least be woman enought to say you want to use me."
   Classic double meaning - for her scam of Locke and sexually

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Re: favorite line of the week
« Reply #19 on: February 28, 2008, 03:56:37 PM »
Never mind what they were saying - I was too busy looking at Sawyer in his pants! (That's UK pants - not US pants/trousers)

I know!  There was all this debate about what book he was reading, and I was like "He was reading a book?  What book?  Where was this book of which you speak?"   :D

Poor Sawyer... he sees Kate for exactly what she is ("You'll bounce right back to me" - perfect quote) and still cares for her in spite of it.  Kate sees Sawyer for how she thinks he is, and despises him for it. 

Kate uses everybody, even poor "scooby-dood" Hurley.  I did not like her much in this episode.

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Re: favorite line of the week
« Reply #20 on: February 28, 2008, 04:38:09 PM »
Never mind what they were saying - I was too busy looking at Sawyer in his pants! (That's UK pants - not US pants/trousers)

I know!  There was all this debate about what book he was reading, and I was like "He was reading a book?  What book?  Where was this book of which you speak?"   :D

Poor Sawyer... he sees Kate for exactly what she is ("You'll bounce right back to me" - perfect quote) and still cares for her in spite of it.  Kate sees Sawyer for how she thinks he is, and despises him for it. 

Kate uses everybody, even poor "scooby-dood" Hurley.  I did not like her much in this episode.

Sawyer was in that scene?? Strange I never noticed him

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Re: favorite line of the week
« Reply #21 on: February 29, 2008, 06:18:27 PM »
Never mind what they were saying - I was too busy looking at Sawyer in his pants! (That's UK pants - not US pants/trousers)

I know!  There was all this debate about what book he was reading, and I was like "He was reading a book?  What book?  Where was this book of which you speak?"   :D

Poor Sawyer... he sees Kate for exactly what she is ("You'll bounce right back to me" - perfect quote) and still cares for her in spite of it.  Kate sees Sawyer for how she thinks he is, and despises him for it. 

Kate uses everybody, even poor "scooby-dood" Hurley.  I did not like her much in this episode.

Sawyer was in that scene?? Strange I never noticed him

Tee-hee!  OK, so Kate looked pretty good in that scene, too!   I know you love her!  ;)

When I re-watched it last night, I noticed one great line I forgot to post earlier:

Locke: "There's no point in making rules if there's no punishment for breaking them." 

Amen!   :)