@casey watts: "Please help me. How did the guy in the mental hospital end up with the key?"
Joe "Ghost" Limerick shoots Stillman and takes the key with him to the mental hospital. I don't recall why. Just because, I guess. I'm not sure we even know whether he's trying to hide from Madsen, Simmons, both, or neither.
Sean: This may just be an oversight, but "Lost and IT'S infamous hatch" should be "Lost and ITS infamous hatch." "It's" = "it is".
I actually really like Lucy, I kinda feel sorry for her. The scene when she was talking ti Rebecca in the 'box room' (as I call it) was kinda touching. Honestly hope that she doesn't have anything to do with all the 63s coming back.
Does anyone know why Hauser insists on keeping her safe? Does she have a bigger part in the whole 'jumping' thing without maybe even knowing it?
I'm very intrigued...
yes the show got off to a slow start but bexame more intersting as the season progressed. theres a new twist to this show its refreshing.looking forward to the next season.
i loved the show im a kid at heart and love a far out mystery
Maybe I'm being nit-picky, but is anyone else bothered by the fact that the age difference between Hauser and Lucy just doesn't add up? He would have to be 50 years older than her now which would make him at least 75-80 years old, which Sam Neill is not. I'm sorry, but it really bugs me when shows do this kind of thing and think you're not going to notice. They should have used an older actor to play Hauser or at least made Sam Neill look older with make up. But I love the show and I love Alcatraz, visit it every time I visit SF.
Ghost death: the most idiot scene that i ever seen !
A enormous glass window in a psychiatric hospital corridor, really ???
This show is one of the most interesting concepts I've ever seen, Fox would be foolish to cancel it before it really gets a chance. (One half season is not a chance.)
I think there's more to Rebecca than meets the eye, and I get a feeling the warden was watching Tommy before he was ever in prison. (A feeling that was spot-on, from what the new creepy doctor said to him.)
I loved the season finale, and can't wait for S2. :)
I noticed that they went down Divisidero st in San Francisco, with a Mustang, like Steve McQueen did in the movie. That was a nice touch.
I think they could have done better with some of the episodes, but I still like this show. I'm actually surprised they gave us so much information in these 2 episodes then they have with all the previous ones. I think the show is a great concept, and hope they improve a little more if they get a chance at a 2nd season. I can't see them killing off the main character, so I would assume, they give her the blood with the silver in it for next season or they see that she did respond to the defibrillator. I hope they give this another season, if they do I will watch.
Please help me. How did the guy in the mental hospital end up with the key?
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